Yearbook of World Electronics Data - 3 Volume Set
|発行||Reed Electronics Research||商品コード||57147|
|世界のエレクトロニクス産業のデータシリーズ年鑑：3巻セット Yearbook of World Electronics Data - 3 Volume Set|
|出版日: 2016年09月15日||ページ情報: 英文||
The Yearbook of World Electronics Data - tracking developments in the global electronics industry
With a history spanning over 40 years Reed Electronics Research (RER) has provided an invaluable insight into the global trends, regional variations and the underlying state of the global electronics market for all stages of the supply chain - OEM, contract manufacturing and design, components and materials suppliers to financial / industry analysts and government and academia.
Although encompassing a range of published and bespoke products the core of RER's research programme is one of the most comprehensive statistical databases covering the global electronics industry, with the resulting analysis being published through three concise and clear demographic volumes, as a series of individual country reports, through customised solutions to meet specific client requirements and, from 2012, as a series of Excel databases providing the combination of both historical and forecasted data.
Output for the global electronics industry is forecast to reach US$1,861 billion in 2015 and compares to US$1,047 billion thirty years earlier. Over the period the dynamics of the industry has changed. Production has migrated from high cost to low cost locations and China has emerged as the focal point for electronics equipment production for high volume products in the computing, consumer and communications, or the 3C segment of the market.
In 2015, China is forecast to account for 38% of electronics equipment production up from 2.6% in 1995 while low-cost geographies overall accounted for 69% of the total in 2015 (1995: 25%). In the same period production in the mature geographies has fallen to 31% from 75% in 1995.
Despite the migration of production to lower cost facilities a significant proportion of equipment production, where the focus is on lower volume higher mix products, has remained in Western Europe and the US. These sectors, primarily in the industrial, medical and communications (including defence) sectors of the market will continue to offer significant opportunities for a wide range of companies. Both regions will also benefit from their leading position in research, design and development.
Percentage of Electronics output by Region 1995-2015
The requirement for lower cost manufacturing within closer proximity of the end market has benefited both Mexico and Central and Eastern Europe. Initially, the focus for higher volume manufacturing the pressure to reduce costs has seen an increase in the production of more complex products, a trend which will accelerate over the next five years.
In Asia, China itself is coming under increasing pressure as the major global OEMs and Electronics Manufacturing Services (EMS) providers look to relocate production to offset higher costs. India and Indonesia, with large domestic markets and the recent move by their respective governments to introduce requirements for “local” manufacture, and the benefits of lower costs in Vietnam, will be attractive alternatives to manufacturing in China.
The benefits from producing within or close to the market will also see the transfer of production currently undertaken in Europe and North America to the emerging markets.
The Yearbook of World Electronics Data series presents market and production statistics for the GLOBAL electronics industry. Available in thee published volumes covering 53 countries and 13 major product groups, the yearbook is used in the formulation of business and market planning, in tracking trends based on an clear understanding on how the industry has developed historically and to provide a basis for medium and long-term forecasting.
For each country production and market data is supplied for the following product groups: