According to In-Stat, Asia will continue its dominance in the electronics manufacturing services/original design manufacturing (EMS/ODM) markets for at least the next several years. China, with its low-cost advantage and burgeoning demand, will account for nearly 76% of the Asian EMS/ODM market in 2011. In-Stat expects consumer electronics will experience the fastest growth rates, followed by the communications segment. In-Stat believes OEMs will continue to leverage the cost structure of EMS players and outsource their manufacturing to low-cost centers in Asia.
In-Stat found the following in their research:
- The Asia Contract Electronics Manufacturing (CEM) market will grow from US$121.5 billion in 2006 to US$281.8 billion in 2011.
- Asia will capture 55.1% of the global EMS market in 2011, up from 45% in 2006.
- Though China will dominate the EMS/ODM market, India, Thailand, and Vietnam will emerge as new dominant players.
In-Stat’s study, EMS/ODM Market Trends in Asia, covers the market for electronics manufacturing services/original design manufacturing (EMS/ODM). It provides a five-year forecast for the global, Asian, and EMS/ODM markets. It also presents a breakdown of CEM revenue for the leading Asian countries, and analyzes the drivers and inhibitors of the market. The research compares the global and Asian EMS/ODM markets, and gives CEM revenues across application areas. The price is $2,995 (US).
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