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[February 26, 2013]

The Worldwide OEM, EMS and ODM Electronics Assembly Market in Historical Perspective 1992 - 2011

Feb 26, 2013 (M2 PRESSWIRE via COMTEX) -- Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/2qrbs3/the_worldwide) has announced the addition of the "The Worldwide OEM, EMS and ODM Electronics Assembly Market in Historical Perspective 1992 - 2011" report to their offering.

The worldwide electronics assembly market has experienced enormous growth over the last 19 years, nearly quadrupling in size to be approximately $1.1 trillion dollars in terms of cost of goods sold (COGS) as of 2011. Yet, the growth in the trend to outsource production to EMS (electronic manufacturing service) and ODM (original design manufacturer) companies has been more dramatic, expanding at a compound annual growth rate of nearly 20 percent and today accounting for approximately 40 percent of all electronics manufacturing assembly.

New Venture Research (NVR) (and the previous owner Electronic Trend Publications) have tracked the electronics assembly industry for decades with its research reports that focus on all aspects of this industry. The Worldwide OEM, EMS and ODM Electronics Assembly Market in Historical Perspective, 1992 - 2011 is a peerless database that summarizes all electronics assembly on a worldwide basis. It has been developed by studying almost 300 leading OEM electronics companies and approximately 100 leading EMS/ODM firms in 49 different product categories and their manufacturing activities in 42 different countries. The database provides production assembly of electronics products in four unique regions.

- Americas (North, South, Central) - EMEA (Europe, Middle East, Africa) - APAC (Asia Pacific region) - ROW (Rest of the World) The database also segments the worldwide electronics assembly value into seven major markets.

- Automotive - Communications - Computers/Peripherals - Consumer Electronics - Industrial - Medical - Aerospace/Military/Other Transportation Trend analysis of at least 25 leading products (such commodities as mobile phones and computers) both in terms of units of production and COGS assembly value is provided by manufacturing supplier. Moreover, trend information about the migration of outsourced production from the Americas and EMEA to Asia, and especially China, is also summarized.

NVR has been following the EMS market since it's first syndicated report in 1992, and this database provides the complete statistical figures of all reports over the last 19 years (each year starting in 1998) as well as in aggregate for convenient macro-analysis.

This unique database will provide you with detailed and comprehensive information on this significant and still-expanding market.

Key Topics Covered: Excel Database Highlights Product Segment Analysis - Automotive - Communications - Computers/Peripherals - Consumer Electronics - Industrial - Medical - Aerospace/Military - Other Transportation Industry Analysis - Assembly Revenue by OEM, EMS, ODM - Assembly Revenue by 42 Countries - Assembly Revenue by 49 Products For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/2qrbs3/the_worldwide CONTACT: Research and Markets, Laura Wood, Senior Manager.

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