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The European Electronic Manufacturing Services Industry - A Srategic Study of the European EMS Industry 2010-2015

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The Complete guide to the European Electronic manufacturing Services IndustryThe European Electronic Manufacturing Services (EMS) Industry is forecast in 2011 to increase by 6.4% over2010 across total Europe. However, the rate of growth 2011 versus 2010 in Western Europe is expected to be2.7% and for Central & Eastern Europe and other nearby low cost countries it is expected to be 9.2%. As weforecast in the 2009 edition, the industry which suffered reductions in revenues, during the 2008-9 recession hasrecovered somewhat during 2010 and early 2011. We expect that total revenues in 'CEE and Other' to be back to2007 levels by 2012 but revenues in Western Europe are unlikely to reach those of 2007 within the time frame ofthis report. We do expect growth in both the Western European and CEE & Other regions across the time frameof the report but the economy of many major Western European countries has slowed in recent months and theforecast for Gross Domestic Product (GDP) in most leading economies has been downgraded.The shift of electronic production from the higher labour cost Western Europe to Central & Eastern Europe hascontinued and indeed accelerated over the last 2 years. As the cost of electronic assembly became probably themost important element for Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEM) so EMS companies shifted much of theproduction to factories in lower cost areas and even though economic conditions have since improved, thatproduction has not returned to Western European plants. By 2015, the end of our forecast period, we expect that'CEE & Other' will account for more than 60% of all European electronic production, up from an estimated 57% atthe end of 2010.Group 1 EMS companies, typically with global operations and sales turnovers in billions of Euro have continuedto migrate the remaining production of Consumer, Computer and Mobile Communications (3C) products to lowercost countries. There has been an increase in the number of Group 2 and Group 3 EMS companies operatinglower cost manufacturing plants as they seek to provide greater value to their customers. All of these threegroups have retained some manufacturing and the greater part of the design, development and sales teams inWestern Europe to maintain relationships with the OEM's based in that area. Group 4 Ems companies in ourdefinition, are small and operate nationally and possibly in niche sectors.We expect to see the low volume/high mix sectors of Automotive, Medical, Control & Instrumentation, Industrialand Telecommunications (AMCIT) grow in Western Europe by between 2.8% to 4.4%. In total we estimate thatthere are more than 720 companies across all groups of EMS companies and we expect to see furtherconsolidation of this number as competition in Western Europe in the AMCIT sectors increases. Somecompanies are still at lower sales turnover in 2010 than for previous years and although many companies haverestructured their operations to match lower sales, some are still recovering their financial position and vulnerableto further difficult economic conditions. Electronic production, specifically automated board assembly is beginningto become commoditised and all EMS companies will be looking to increase margins by the provision ofadditional services throughout the lifetime of the product.The tenth edition of The European EMS Industry report 2010-2015 highlights the issues impacting theEuropean EMS industry. This comprehensive report provides:-' An analysis and revenue forecasts for both West and East and Central Europe in a single report.' The key trends impacting the major EMS companies by market group.' Detailed profiles of the Top 20 European EMS companies, including a ranking for 2010.' Country and regional profiles including key trends, the role of the Global 'Tier 1' companies and profilesof the major EMS companies.' A directory of over 1,000 plus manufacturing locations.Who will benefitThe Electronics Manufacturing Services (EMS) industry report is essent

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The European Electronic Manufacturing Services Industry - A Srategic Study of the European EMS Industry 2010-2015

  1. 1. Find Industry reports, Company profilesReportLinker and Market Statistics >> Get this Report Now by email!The European Electronic Manufacturing Services Industry - ASrategic Study of the European EMS Industry 2010-2015Published on September 2011 Report SummaryThe Complete guide to the European Electronic manufacturing Services IndustryThe European Electronic Manufacturing Services (EMS) Industry is forecast in 2011 to increase by 6.4% over2010 across total Europe. However, the rate of growth 2011 versus 2010 in Western Europe is expected to be2.7% and for Central & Eastern Europe and other nearby low cost countries it is expected to be 9.2%. As weforecast in the 2009 edition, the industry which suffered reductions in revenues, during the 2008-9 recession hasrecovered somewhat during 2010 and early 2011. We expect that total revenues in CEE and Other to be back to2007 levels by 2012 but revenues in Western Europe are unlikely to reach those of 2007 within the time frame ofthis report. We do expect growth in both the Western European and CEE & Other regions across the time frameof the report but the economy of many major Western European countries has slowed in recent months and theforecast for Gross Domestic Product (GDP) in most leading economies has been downgraded.The shift of electronic production from the higher labour cost Western Europe to Central & Eastern Europe hascontinued and indeed accelerated over the last 2 years. As the cost of electronic assembly became probably themost important element for Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEM) so EMS companies shifted much of theproduction to factories in lower cost areas and even though economic conditions have since improved, thatproduction has not returned to Western European plants. By 2015, the end of our forecast period, we expect thatCEE & Other will account for more than 60% of all European electronic production, up from an estimated 57% atthe end of 2010.Group 1 EMS companies, typically with global operations and sales turnovers in billions of Euro have continuedto migrate the remaining production of Consumer, Computer and Mobile Communications (3C) products to lowercost countries. There has been an increase in the number of Group 2 and Group 3 EMS companies operatinglower cost manufacturing plants as they seek to provide greater value to their customers. All of these threegroups have retained some manufacturing and the greater part of the design, development and sales teams inWestern Europe to maintain relationships with the OEMs based in that area. Group 4 Ems companies in ourdefinition, are small and operate nationally and possibly in niche sectors.We expect to see the low volume/high mix sectors of Automotive, Medical, Control & Instrumentation, Industrialand Telecommunications (AMCIT) grow in Western Europe by between 2.8% to 4.4%. In total we estimate thatthere are more than 720 companies across all groups of EMS companies and we expect to see furtherconsolidation of this number as competition in Western Europe in the AMCIT sectors increases. Somecompanies are still at lower sales turnover in 2010 than for previous years and although many companies haverestructured their operations to match lower sales, some are still recovering their financial position and vulnerableto further difficult economic conditions. Electronic production, specifically automated board assembly is beginningto become commoditised and all EMS companies will be looking to increase margins by the provision ofadditional services throughout the lifetime of the product.The tenth edition of The European EMS Industry report 2010-2015 highlights the issues impacting theEuropean EMS industry. This comprehensive report provides:- An analysis and revenue forecasts for both West and East and Central Europe in a single report. The key trends impacting the major EMS companies by market group.The European Electronic Manufacturing Services Industry - A Srategic Study of the European EMS Industry 2010-2015 (From Slideshare) Page 1/10
  2. 2. Find Industry reports, Company profilesReportLinker and Market Statistics >> Get this Report Now by email! Detailed profiles of the Top 20 European EMS companies, including a ranking for 2010. Country and regional profiles including key trends, the role of the Global Tier 1 companies and profilesof the major EMS companies. A directory of over 1,000 plus manufacturing locations.Who will benefitThe Electronics Manufacturing Services (EMS) industry report is essential research for all areas of the electronicsindustry including:Distributors and manufacturers of electronic components and materials - the profiles and directory providea detailed analysis of potential customers, highlights growth markets by sector and country/region. Theunderstanding and interpreting of the market trends will also be important as this market further develops.Production equipment suppliers the profiles and directory provide a detailed analysis of potential customers,track key EMS trends and provide location information.OEMs A comprehensive guide to the major EMS companies in Europe in detail and further listing of EMScompanies by geographic location. We analyse the structure of the industry and the emergence of the fourdistinct groups of EMS company.EMS The report provides a complete overview of the European EMS industry, including revenue forecasts bycountry, competitor information and the trends which will have an impact on business in the period from 2011 to2015.Other organizations which will benefit from the report include: Government, including investment organizations. Financial and industry analysts. Academic institutes & universities tracking developments in the electronics industry.Europe will continue to provide significant opportunities for companies already involved in the European EMSindustry. It will also offer opportunities for companies in Asia and the Americas who are looking to expandgeographically into new markets. Table of ContentTable of Contents1 Introduction 92 Executive Summary 113 The European Market for Electronic Manufacturing Services (EMS) 213.1 The Market in Context Global and Regional Trends (PESTLE) 213.2 The Market for EMS in Europe 273.2.1 Why Outsource 273.2.2 Forecast for EMS Revenues by Country and Regions 273.2.2.1 Western Europe 30The European Electronic Manufacturing Services Industry - A Srategic Study of the European EMS Industry 2010-2015 (From Slideshare) Page 2/10
  3. 3. Find Industry reports, Company profilesReportLinker and Market Statistics >> Get this Report Now by email!3.2.2.2 Central & Eastern Europe & Other 313.2.2.3 Europe EMS Revenues by Country 323.2.3 EMS Revenues by Market Sector 343.2.3.1 Western Europe 353.2.3.2 CEE & Other 363.2.3.3 Europe 373.2.3 4 Sector Commentary 373.2.3.5 Aerospace & Defence 373.2.3.6 Consumer including Mobile 393.2.3.6 Communications & Networks 403.2.3.7 Computer 403.2.3.8 Medical 403.2.3.9 Automotive 413.2.3.10 Control & Instrumentation 433.2.3.11 Industrial 443.3 Analysis of the EMS Market in Europe 453.3.1 Overview 453.3.2 The Four Principal Market Groups of EMS Companies 453.3.3 Key Components of success for EMS Companies 473.3.3.1The Challenges of Distance & Culture 473.3.3.2 Flexibility in Manufacture, Supply and Service 483.3.3.3 Relationship Management with the OEM and Suppliers 493.3.3.4 People, Processes and Profitability 513.4 The Key Drivers of the European EMS Industry 513.4.1The EMS Industry Post Recession 513.4.2 The Competitive Environment 523.4.3 Cost per unit versus Total Cost of Supply 533.4.4 Delivery Value to the OEM 533.5 The Future for EMS in Europe 543.5.1 A New Reality - Rebuilding 543.5.2 Leveraging Competences and Capabilities 553.5.3 Sector and Services 583.5.4 Strategies for the Future 594 Major EMS providers in Europe 614.1 Industry Structure 614.2 Top Twenty Table 704.3 Profiles of the Top Twenty EMS Companies in Europe 714.3.1 Foxconn 714.3.2 Flextronics 724.3.3 Jabil 784.3.4 Elcoteq 824.3.5 Zollner Elektronik 874.3.6 Celestica 894.3.7 Sanmina-SCI 914.3.8 Enics 944.3.9 Videoton 974.3.10 Neways 99The European Electronic Manufacturing Services Industry - A Srategic Study of the European EMS Industry 2010-2015 (From Slideshare) Page 3/10
  4. 4. Find Industry reports, Company profilesReportLinker and Market Statistics >> Get this Report Now by email!4.3.11 Kimball Electronics 1024.3.12 éolane 1044.3.13 PartnerTech 1064.3.14 Kitron 1114.3.15 SRI Radio Systems 1154.3.16 AsteelFlash 1154.3.17 Selcom 1164.3.18 ElectronicNetwork 1174.3.19 Lacroix Electronics 1184.3.20 Connect Group 1205 European EMS Industry by Country/Region 1235.1 France 1235.1.1 Electronics Industry Overview 1235.1.2 EMS Market & Industry Trends 1245.1.3 Global Tier 1 Companies 1255.1.4 Other Leading EMS Companies in France 1255.1.4.1 AsteelFlash 1255.1.4.2 Cofidur 1265.1.4.3 éolane 1265.1.4.4 Lacroix Electronics 1275.1.4.5 Matra Electronique 1275.1.4.6 MSL Circuits 1275.1.4.7 Novatech 1275.1.4.8 Sagemcom 1285.1.4.9 Selha 1285.1.4.10 Tronico 1285.2 Germany 1295.2.1 Electronics Industry Overview 1295.2.2 EMS Market & Industry Trends 1305.2.3 Global Tier 1 Companies 1325.2.4 Other Leading EMS Companies in Germany 1325.2.4.1 bebro electronic 1325.2.4.2 BMK Group 1335.2.4.3 BuS Elektronik 1335.2.4.4 ElectronicNetwork 1335.2.4.5 Ihlemann 1345.2.4.6 Katek 1345.2.4.7 Lacroix Electronics 1345.2.4.8 manufacturing, logistics & services 1345.2.4.9 Neways 1355.2.4.10 Prettl Elektronik 1355.2.4.11 Rafi-Eltec 1365.2.4.12 Rob Electronic 1365.2.4.13 RSG-Elotech 1375.2.4.14 SRI Radio Systems 1375.2.4.15 TQ-Group 1385.2.4.16 Xenterio 139The European Electronic Manufacturing Services Industry - A Srategic Study of the European EMS Industry 2010-2015 (From Slideshare) Page 4/10
  5. 5. Find Industry reports, Company profilesReportLinker and Market Statistics >> Get this Report Now by email!5.2.4.17 Zollner 1405.3 Southern Europe 1405.3.1 Electronics Industry Overview 1405.3.2 EMS Market & Industry Trends 1415.3.3 Tier 1 Global EMS Providers 1425.3.4 The Leading EMS Providers in Southern Europe 1435.3.4.1 EAS Electtronica 1435.3.4.2 Elemaster 1435.3.4.3 Eutron 1445.3.4.4 Fagor 1445.3.4.5 GDS 1445.3.4.6 Selcom 1455.3.4.7 Trelec 1455.4 Nordic Countries 1455.4.1 Electronics Industry Overview 1455.4.2 EMS Market & Industry Trends 1465.4.3 Global Tier 1 Companies 1485.4.4 Other Leading EMS Companies to the Nordic Countries 1485.4.4.1 BB Electronics 1485.4.4.2 Darekon 1495.4.4.3 Elcoteq 1505.4.4.4 GPV 1505.4.4.5 Hadeland Produkter AS (HAPRO) 1515.4.4.6 Hanza 1515.4.4.7 Incap 1525,4.4.8 Inission 1545.4.4.9 Kitron 1545.4.4.10 NOTE 1545.4.4.11 Norautron 1575.4.4.12 PartnerTech 1585.4.4.13 PKC 1585.4.4.14 Rimaster 1595.4.4.15 Scanfil 1595.5 United Kingdom 1625.5.1 Electronics Industry Overview 1625.5.2 UK EMS Market & Industry Trends 1635.5.3 Global Tier 1 EMS Companies 1645.5.4 Other Leading EMS Companies in the UK 1645.5.4.1 ACW Technology 1645.5.4.2 AWS Electronics 1655.5.4.3 Axiom Manufacturing Services 1665.5.4.4 Chemigraphic 1665.5.4.5 CTS Corporation 1675.5.4.6 Exception EMS 1675.5.4.7 Ferranti Technologies 1685.5.4.8 PartnerTech 1685.5.4.9 Plexus 1695.5.4.10 SMS Electronics 170The European Electronic Manufacturing Services Industry - A Srategic Study of the European EMS Industry 2010-2015 (From Slideshare) Page 5/10
  6. 6. Find Industry reports, Company profilesReportLinker and Market Statistics >> Get this Report Now by email!5.5.4.11 Stadium Electronics 1705.5.4.12 Surface Technology International 1715.5.4.13 TT electronics 1715.5.4.14 Ultra Electronics CEMS 1725.6 Rest of West Europe 1735.6.1 Electronics Industry Overview 1735.6.2 EMS Market & Industry Trends 1745.6.3 Global Tier 1 Companies 1765.6.4 Other Leading EMS Companies in the Rest of Western Europe 1765.6.4.1 BECOM 1775.6.4.2 Asetronics 1775.6.4.3 Benchmark Electronics 1785.6.4.4 CCS Holdings/Adaxys 1795.6.4.5 Cicor Technologies 1805.6.4.6 cms electronics 1815.6.4.7 Connect Group 1825.6.4.8 Enics 1825.6.4.9 EPIQ 1825.6.4.10 MELECS 1835.6.4.11 Neways 1835.6.4.12 Seidel Elektronik 1835.6.4.13 tbp electronics 1845.7 Central and Eastern Europe 1855.7.1 Electronics Industry Overview 1855.7.2 EMS Market & Industry Trends 1865.7.3 Global Tier 1 Suppliers 1885.7.4 Other Leading EMS Companies in Central & Eastern Europe 1895.7.4.1 Assel 1905.7.4.2 Fideltronik 1905.7.4.3 Integrated Microelectronics Inc 1915.7.4.4 Kimball 1915.7.4.5 SIIX 1915.7.4.6 Videoton 1926 Directory 1936.1 Austria 1936.2 Belgium 1946.3 Bulgaria 1976.4 Czech Republic 1986.5 Denmark 2036.6 Estonia 2076.7 Finland 2096.8 France 2146.9 Germany 2236.10 Greece 2456.11 Hungary 2466.12 Ireland 2496.13 Israel 251The European Electronic Manufacturing Services Industry - A Srategic Study of the European EMS Industry 2010-2015 (From Slideshare) Page 6/10
  7. 7. Find Industry reports, Company profilesReportLinker and Market Statistics >> Get this Report Now by email!6.14 Italy 2526.15 Latvia 2576.16 Lithuania 2586.17 Malta 2586.18 Morocco 2586.19 Netherlands 2596.20 Norway 2626.21 Poland 2646.22 Portugal 2686.23 Romania 2696.24 Russia 2726.25 Slovakia 2736.26 Slovenia 2746.27 Spain 2756.28 Sweden 2786.29 Switzerland 2846.30 Tunisia 2886.31 Turkey 2896.32 Ukraine 2896.33 United Kingdom 2907 Appendix 3197.1 Top 50 EMS Providers 2010 3197.2 Exchange Rates 321List of TablesTable 2.1 EMS Revenues for Western Europe and CEE 2010-2015 11Table 2.2 The Top 20 European EMS Companies 14Table 3.1 EMS Revenues for Western Europe and CEE 2010-2015 28Table 3.2 Percentage of European EMS by Region 2010-2015 29Table 3.3 EMS reveniues Nordic, Benelux, Germany & UK 2010-2015 30Table 3.4 EMS Revenues France, Southern Europe, Switzerland & Other 2010-2015 31Table 3.5 EMS Revenues for CEE & Other 2010-2015 32Table 3.6 European EMS Revenues by Country 2010-2015 33Table 3.7 Comparison of European Labour Costs 2009 34Table 3.8 Western Europe EMS Revenues by Market Sector 2010-2015 35Table 3.9 CEE & Other EMS Revenues by Market Sector 2010-2015 36Table 3.10 European EMS Revenues by Market Sector 2010-2015 37Table 4.1The Top 20 European EMS Companies 2010 70Table 5.1 Summary of French Electronics Equipment Production 2006-2014 123Table 5.2 French EMS Revenues 2010-2015 124Table 5.3 Summary of German Electronics Production 2006-2014 129Table 5.4 German EMS Revenues 2010-2015 131Table 5.5 Summary of Southern Europe Electronics Production 2006-2014 140Table 5.6 Southern Europe EMS Revenues 2010-2015 142Table 5.7 Summary of Nordic Electronics Production 2006-2014 145Table 5.8 Nordic EMS Revenues 2010-2015 147The European Electronic Manufacturing Services Industry - A Srategic Study of the European EMS Industry 2010-2015 (From Slideshare) Page 7/10
  8. 8. Find Industry reports, Company profilesReportLinker and Market Statistics >> Get this Report Now by email!Table 5.9 Summary of UK Electronics Production 2006-2014 162Table 5.10 UK EMS Revenues 2010-2015 164Table 5.11 Summary of Rest of West Europe Electronics Production 2006-2014 174Table 5.12 Rest of West Europe EMS Revenues 2010-2015 175Table 5.13 Central & Eastern Europe EMS Revenues 2010-2015 187Table 7.1The Top 50 European EMS Providers 2010 319List of FiguresFigure 2.1EMS Revenues for Western Europe and CEE 2010-2015 11Figure 2.2 European EMS Revenues by Market Sector 2010-2015 12Figure 3.1EMS Revenues for Western Europe and CEE 2010-2015 28Figure 3.2 Percentage of European EMS by Region 2010-2015 29Figure 3.3 EMS revenues Nordic, Benelux, Germany & UK 2010-2015 30Figure 3.4 EMS Revenues France, Southern Europe, Switzerland & Other 2010-2015 31Figure 3.5 EMS Revenues in the CEE & Other 2010-2015 32The European EMS Industry 2010-20159Figure 3.6 Western European EMS Revenues by Market Sector 2010-2015 35Figure 3.7CEE & Other EMS Revenues by Market Sector 2010-2015 36Figure 3.8 European EMS Revenues by Market Sector 2010-2015 37Figure 3.9 Moving Annual Total of New passenger Car Registrations EU (27 & EFTA) 41Figure 3.10 European Electronics Content by Car Type 42Figure 3.11 The European Automotive Electronics Market by Country 43Figure 3.12 Strategic Space Analysis for the 4 EMS Groups 45Figure 3.13 EMS Groups and Sales per Group 2010 46Figure 3.14 Break Even Cost & Cash Flows Case 1 56Figure 3.15 Break Even Cost & Cash Flows Case 2 57Figure 3.16 Competition in the European EMS Industry across Sectors 59Figure 5.1 French Electronics Production - % Growth by Sector 2009-2014 123Figure 5.2 French EMS Revenues 2010-2015 125Figure 5.3 German Electronics Production - % Growth by Sector 2009-2014 130Figure 5.4 German EMS Revenue 2010-2015 132Figure 5.5 Southern Europe Electronics Production - % Growth by Sector 2009-2014 141Figure 5.6 Southern Europe EMS Revenues 2010-2015 142Figure 5.7 Nordic Electronics Production - % Growth by Sector 2009-2014 146Figure 5.8 Nordic EMS Revenues 2010-2015 147Figure 5.9 UK Electronics Production - % Growth by Sector 2009-2014 162Figure 5.10 UK EMS Revenues 2010-2015 164Figure 5.11 Rest of Western Europe Electronics Production - % Growth by Sector 2009-2014 174Figure 5.12 Rest of Western Europe EMS Revenues 2010-20135 176Figure 5.13 CEE Electronics Production by Country 2010 186Figure 5.14 Central & Eastern Europe EMS Revenues 2010-2015 188The European Electronic Manufacturing Services Industry - A Srategic Study of the European EMS Industry 2010-2015 (From Slideshare) Page 8/10
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