Tag Archives: Benchmark Electronics

2011 Electronics manufacturing services (EMS) outlook with 2010 review

2011 EMS industry perspective reveals risks for Flextronics, Sanmina-SCI, Jabil Circuit, Benchmark Electronics, Plexus. 2010 program wins can take 12 to 18 months to ramp. Possible return to M&A across EMS sector. Increased focus on non-traditional EMS markets. Overall 2010 YTD performance lags notably due to magnitude of mid-2010 decline.
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Breakdown of electronics end markets served by top EMS providers


Non-traditional EMS markets make up larger portion of business for smaller EMS providers such as Benchmark Electronics, Plexus. Automotive, medical electronics believed to be pivotal components to helping EMS market out of the recession. Also, covers Foxconn, Hon Hai, Jabil Circuit, Flextronics, Sanmina-SCI, Celestica.
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Thailand offshoring and outsourcing contract manufacturing

Celestica has touted Thailand’s government support for the electronics contract manufacturing industry for some time. The Company has a considerable presence in the country and speaks highly of the country’s workforce quality, low worker turnover, and low total cost of doing business.
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Brazil offshoring and outsourcing contract manufacturing

Meanwhile, as Brazil’s market for consumer products continues to develop, OEM executives engaged with contract manufacturers with facilities in Brazil could likely benefit from cost savings and reductions based partly on Brazil’s domestic consumer products consumption trend.
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Industry Pulse: Flextronics, Celestica, Nam Tai Electronics, Plexus, Benchmark

Read about Flextronics' deal with Hewlett-Packard involving cell phone imaging and the Company's reduction in work force with a facility in France. Celestica updates guidance believed to be partly related to poor performance of Mexico operations, Nam Tai Electronics announces a new CEO, and more…
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Military and defense electronics contract manufacturers

The military and defense market is attractive to North American prime contractors (OEMs such as Boeing, Raytheon, or Northrop Grumman, which in turn, contract with the United States Department of Defense (DoD)) because…
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