The Finnish Electronics Industry Report provides essential market intelligence for all sizes of company from small enterprises to major global groups and for financial/management consultancies, government agencies and academia requiring a reliable overview of the electronics industry in Finland.
The decision, primarily by Nokia, to transfer the production of mobile phone and wireless and fixed communications equipment to low cost locations, has resulted in the output for the communications and radar segment falling by 94% between 2005 and 2016. In the same period, output within the telecoms segment declined by 74%. The changes in the structure of Finland’s communications sector has seen its share of overall electronics output fall from 78% in 2005 to an estimated 29% in 2016. Production of control and instrumentation increased by 3.4% in 2015 and is forecast to increase by a further 2.2% and 2.0% in 2016 and 2017, respectively on the back of stronger exports. Medical, which accounted for 20% of electronics output in 2015, posted growth of 3.2% on par with the prior year and followed a double-digit decline in 2013. The medical sector is expected to show further growth of around 4.5% in 2016 and then by 4.0% in 2017 as the sector benefits from the expected improvement in the global demand.
This report is designed to provide the user with access to individual country data or product information. The full report will be supplied in PDF and Excel format to allow you to customise the data to meet your specific needs. The database is the leading source of “top-level” market and production data on the European and global electronics industry. It provides a quick, reliable and cost-effective assessment of the industry for individual countries or by major product group. Users requiring more extensive data requirements should refer to the full Yearbook Series, a unique reference to electronics market and production data on 51 countries worldwide.
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Table of Contents
Production Data 2014-2017
Market Data and Forecasts 2014-2020
Methodologies/Guide to Statistics
Control & Instrumentation
Medical & Industrial