Electronic Component & Connector Industry Prospects Analyzed in New Report Published at MarketPublishers.com
06 Apr 2012 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – Following the deep 2008-2009 recession, the electronic component and connector industry witnessed a significant revival in 2010, amplified by inventory replenishment, and a bit more in 2011. Though, on the back of the European debt crisis and its possibly inadequate short-term fix, as well as more sluggish growth in China the year 2012 may be slower. Taking into consideration the timing of future recessions historically occurring every 4-6 years, globally, the connector industry is projected to see a single digit growth through 2021, accounting for future downturns, maturing markets like telecom and computer, higher levels of circuit integration driven by SiP and SoC, and the ongoing slowdown in consumption expenditure.
New market research report “The Connector Industry Roadmap: 2011-2021” drawn up by Bishop & Associates provides a multi-dimensional look into the electronic component and connector industry over the past decade, and forecasts the decade to come.
- detailed historical perspective;
- current situation;
- detailed statistics on U.S. industry shipments by 30 equipment market segments;
- analysis of connector market by company size and by top 10, 50, and 100 suppliers;
- in-depth analysis of regional factors;
- connector technology trends, enabling technologies, and manufacturing;
- over 20 connector product technology roadmaps
- analysis of regional design and corporate leadership in an attempt to re-analyze geographic boundaries.
The Connector Industry Roadmap: 2011-2021
Published: March, 2012
Price: US$ 3.950,00
More new market research reports by the publisher can be found at Bishop & Associates page.