Manufacturing Insights

US$900.00
Date of Publication: Sep 23, 2019

The 2018 Annual Report on the North American PCB Industry is a survey-based study covering the current state of the industry. The study covers 2017 data from IPC's PCB Statistical Program, including market sizes, sales and production growth, sales by product type, product mix (e.g, prototype), vertical markets, capacity utilization, inventory turns, lead times, US PCB imports and exports, and historical trends in PCB markets, production and sales


US$1,350.00
Date of Publication: Jul 11, 2018
Study of Quality Benchmarks for Electronics Assembly 2018 is a global survey-based study covering production data, assembly attributes, yields, defect rates (DPMO), test and inspection methods used, customer returns, supplier performance, customer satisfaction and certification data. Companies that assemble printed boards and other electronic products can use this report to compare their performance to industry averages. Medians, and percentile data are also reported. The survey sample includes 63 contract electronics manufacturers and OEMs in worldwide with total sales revenue ranging from under $10 million to more than $1 billion. Aggregate data are segmented by company size tier, region and type of production, including rigid PCBs, flexible circuits, end products, mechanical assembly, cable and harness, and discrete wiring terminals and connectors.

US$1,200.00
Date of Publication: Dec 8, 2016
The quarterly North American EMS Business Performance Report provides insight into EMS business metrics and growth. The report includes estimates of total market size and forecasts of current-year growth for the Americas and the world, as well as quarterly sales and bookings growth data and book-to-bill ratios.

US$500.00
Date of Publication: May 22, 2015
Based on data from 83 manufacturers supplying electronics to the military and aerospace market, this study covers the current use of lead-free materials and components in mil/aero electronics. It examines how manufacturers required to use lead in their assemblies are coping with the trend toward lead-free electronics, including the use of reballing. It assesses the added costs of producing leaded assemblies and identifies the tipping points that are expected to move military electronics toward lead free. The report includes historical data on the ratio of lead-free to tin/lead solder consumption and a 10-year forecast.

US$2,000.00
Date of Publication: Jan 22, 2014
Available in English and Mandarin Chinese, this quarterly report provides insight into global EMS industry business metrics. It supplies: Market...

US$900.00
Date of Publication: Jan 22, 2014
A new, survey-based study by the Association Connecting Electronics Industries includes projections that electronics manufacturing services (EMS) and...