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Research and Markets: The Worldwide Industrial Electronics Assembly Market 2012

Dublin - Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/4e6aea2a/the_worldwide_indu) has announced the addition of the "The Worldwide Industrial Electronics Assembly Market 2012" report to their offering.

The worldwide industrial electronics assembly market is one of the most interesting and profitable segments for EMS companies to engage in. While growth of the total available industrial market is modest (between 5-6% annually), the growth of the EMS services sector is more than double depending on the product. Some of the most promising opportunities can be found in the Test & Measurement and Process Control sectors where advanced electronics are making a huge impact in efficiency and cost reduction. Both of these segments rely on semiconductor technology to improve performance, accuracy and payback for OEM product development. As a result, EMS companies are helping OEM suppliers to reduce cost, efficiency and time to market. As with most product markets, electronics innovation is key to overall market growth.

New Venture Research (NVR) has followed the electronics manufacturing industry for over 20 years and is pleased to now offer this special study, "The Worldwide Industrial Electronics Assembly Market, 2012 Edition," the most comprehensive and in-depth market research report available on this industry. In 2011, EMS suppliers achieved only a total available market (TAM) penetration rate of 22.6%, however, by 2016 the penetration rate is projected to reach 26.9% - an increase of more than $10 billion in revenue worldwide. This represents a compounded annual growth rate of 8.2% - nearly double that of the OEM annual market growth rate

Key Topics Covered:

Chapter 1: Introduction

Chapter 2: Executive Summary

Chapter 3: Industrial Product Assembly

Chapter 4: Industry Structure, 2011

Chapter 5: Industry Forecasts, 2011-2016

Chapter 6: Top 100 Company Profiles

Companies Mentioned

- ABB

- Abengoa

- Acciona

- Advantest

- Agilent

- ALSTOM

- Applied

- AREVA

- ASML

- AIXTRON

- Baldor Electric

- Bechtel

- BP Solar

- Brooks Automation

- Canadian Solar

- Caterpillar

- China Sunergy

- Cisco Systems

- CNH Global

- Cooper Industries

- Cree

- Danaher

- Diebold

- Dresser

- Eaton

- Electrolux

- Elster Group

- Emerson

- Federal Signal

- First Solar

- Fronius International

- Fuji Electric

- Fujitsu

- Gamesa

- GE Industrial

- Gemalto

- General Dynamics

- Global Cash Access

- Haier

- Halliburton

- Hitachi

- Honeywell

- IGT

- Ingersoll Rand

- Invensys

- Itron

- ITT Industries

- John Deere

- KLA Tencor

- KONE

- Lam Research

- Landis Gyr

- LDK

- Lennox Intl.

- LG Electronics

- Mettler Toledo

- Mitsubishi

- National Instruments

- National Semi

- NCR

- NEC

- Nichia

- Novellus

- Omron

- OSRAM

- Panasonic

- Parker Hannifin

- Pentair

- PerkinElmer

- Philips Lumileds

- Power-One

- Q-Cells

- Republic Services

- Robert Bosch

- Rockwell Automation

- Rohde & Schwartz

- Saft

- Samsung

- Schlumberger

- Schneider Electric

- Sharp

- Shimadzu

- Siemens

- Smiths Group

- SolarWorld

- Solon SE

- SPX

- SunPower

- Suntech Power

- Teradyne

- Thermo Fisher

- ThyssenKrup

- Tokyo Electron

- Toshiba

- Trina Solar

- Tyco

- UTC

- Waters

- Whirlpool

- Yokogawa

For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/4e6aea2a/the_worldwide_indu

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