BaM Stock Exchange™
Matching component shortages and surplus
The BaM Stock Exchange™ has been set up by IABM in response to a 2021 survey of members which found the vast majority of respondents were experiencing shortages of electronic components. Find out more in this press release.
The BaM Stock Exchange™ enables IABM member companies around the world to list their excess stock using internationally accepted parts codes and descriptions. It is a value-added service designed to keep short supply components within the industry to the benefit of all.
IABM member companies who are experiencing shortages can search the BaM Stock Exchange™ listings (available here) using filters to quickly discover if parts they require are available. If a match is found, IABM will connect the stockholder with the potential customer to complete the transaction.
If you have surplus stock that you are looking to sell, please complete the short form below and once approved, the IABM Team will add the details onto this page and will connect you with anyone who is interested.
The IABM Stock Exchange is a value added service for our membership. The IABM will make an administration fee of 2.5% of the transaction value for the provision of this service. Please note that by submitting products and parts on the form below, you agree to pay this fee and abide by the IABM Stock Exchange Terms & Conditions which can be viewed here.