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Spring report: Electronics supply chain optimistic for second half of 2011 though fear, uncertainty, doubt regarding Japan is evident

Respondents with a view in the decision-making process were more optimistic, while those participating in decision making were more conservative. Key decision makers scored in between, combining personal knowledge; perspective, and concerns about business outlook, inventories, and pricing and how they feel markets will develop. Component manufact

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Electronics industry readers comment on crisis in Japan

Well prepared supply-chains, like Apple, have hedged their sources and will do well. It is very hard to refrain from saying, "I told you so" when looking at the failure to set up second sources, alternate manufacturing sites. VentureOutsource.com polled readers with one optional question about the crisis in Japan, and its impact on the electron

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End of an era as Japanese earthquake forever changes face of semiconductor chip manufacturing industry

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Shortages and price hikes are inevitable. The world can no longer rely on single source semiconductor manufacturing. African nations, nations of South America and North American countries like Mexico cannot be ruled out as potential entrants and long-term suppliers. Protecting semiconductor manufacturing capabilities should be likened to oil-prod

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Personal perspective from Japan on Fukushima nuclear disaster

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The situation has been getting worse and worse every day. Tokyo Electric Power Company (TEPCO) cannot deny the meltdown and fission. It will take several months to terminate the release of radioactive materials from the facilities and several years to remove the contamination from the area. More than 30 years ago, I was employed in the researc

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VIDEO – Defining disaster in Japan: Impact on Japanese and global electronics industry supply chains

Japan represents 10% to 15% of global electronics demand but 16% to 30% of electronics component supply. OEMs with meaningful cash positions are trying to pull in orders, buying up available component supplies. Taiwan printed circuit board companies like Kinsus and Unimicron could see bigger negative impacts. The recent earthquake and resultin

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Little EMS presence at 2010 INTERNEPCON Japan

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Majority of floor space is still reserved for circuit board assembling. Equipment manufacturers unable differentiate themselves. Attending EMS providers declining over the years. INTERNEPCON Japan was established as a trade show dedicated exclusively for manufacturers and vendors associated with circuit board assembling. It has since evolved i

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Asia trend: 2010 not looking good for Japanese printed circuit boards

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The Japanese Ministry of Economy, Trading and Industry (METI) released the October printed circuit board production data mid December, and Taiwanese printed circuit board manufacturers released their shipment data for November. A couple of months remain with unreported data, however, there is enough information to review the 2009 market perfor

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