Market Research Report
The Worldwide OEM Electronics Assembly Market - 2016 Edition
|Published by||New Venture Research||Product code||245000|
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|The Worldwide OEM Electronics Assembly Market - 2016 Edition|
|Published: August 31, 2016||Content info:||
A Unique Database Providing Global Electronics Assembly Data for Over 360 OEM Companies
The worldwide electronics assembly market is substantial in size, approximately $1.4 trillion dollars in terms of cost of goods sold (COGS) as of 2015. The market is expanding rapidly but changing in composition both in terms of outsourcing partnerships and in-house manufacturing. Also, moves are being made annually with regard to the manufacturing country of origin based on total cost.
New Venture Research (NVR) has followed the electronics assembly industry for over 20 years with its research reports that focus on all aspects of this industry. ‘The Worldwide OEM Electronics Assembly Market - 2016 Edition’ is a peerless database that analyzes the 2015 electronics assembly market on a worldwide basis. It is developed by studying over 360 leading OEM electronics companies in 48 different product categories and their manufacturing activities in 52 different countries. Moreover, the report examines the electronics assembly market by outsourced subcontractor versus in-house assembly by the OEM company.
The report segments the worldwide electronics assembly value into seven unique markets.
The following production data is given for the leading OEMs within each product/market segment.
The leading OEMs for each segment are chosen not only for their size, but also for their leadership within their industry segment, growth potential, profitability, and inclination to outsource electronics assembly.
‘The Worldwide OEM Electronics Assembly Market - 2016 Edition’ will provide you with critical information you need on this significant market.
Randall Sherman, president of New Venture Research Corp., a California market research and business consulting firm focused on the EMS and OEM electronics manufacturing industries, serves as principal analyst for this database. Mr. Sherman has more than 20 years' experience in technology and business research. He began his career as a telecom network design engineer. He has held senior positions at various market research firms, including Creative Strategies and Frost and Sullivan. Mr. Sherman holds an MSEE from the University of Colorado and an MBA from the Edinburgh School of Business.