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|April 1, 2014 10:27 AM EDT||
NEW YORK, April 1, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Reportlinker.com announces that a new market research report is available in its catalogue:
Global Printed Circuit Board Market & Recyclable PCB Market Analysis and Forecast (2011 – 2018)
The global PCB market in the report has been analyzed based on the different product types, end use industries, components used, materials used, and geographic regions. These markets are broken down into segments and sub-segments, providing exhaustive value analysis for the years 2011, 2012, and forecast to 2018. The PCB recycling market has also been discussed and analyzed in detail with explanation provided regarding the recycling processes used, smelting methodology and step by step production of PCB. The PCB recycling market is also combined with analysis and context from the PCB remanufacturing and PCB reconditioning markets. Each of these broad segments are further segmented and analyzed in this report.
The global PCB manufacturing market is expected to increase its market size from around $62.3bn in 2013 to around $74.31bn in 2018, growing at a CAGR of 3.6%. The market volume is also expected to increase to 32 billion units and 3.92 million tons by 2018, growing at 3.8% and 5% respectively. The PCB remanufacturing market is also expected to grow at an impressive CAGR of 41% and the PCB reconditioning market at xx% during the forecast period of 2013 – 2018.
Analyzing the competitive landscape of the global printed circuit boards market for 2012 IndustryARC is of the opinion that Nippon Mektron Ltd (Japan) had the top position with a market share of around 3.9% followed by Unimicron Technology Corp (Taiwan) with a share of 3.7%. Considering the high level of market share fragmentation the top 6 companies had a combined market share of only 18% in the industry. Other players in this market include TTM Technologies (USA), SEMCO (Korea), Nanya PCB (Taiwan), Young Poong Group (Korea) etc., which together make up around 10% of the market.
1. List of Tables
2. List of Figures
3. Global Printed Circuit Board – Market Overview
3.1. PCB Types
3.2. Waste Hierarchy
3.3. Evolution of PCBs Over the Years
4. Executive Summary
5. Global Printed Circuit Board – Market Landscape
5.1. Market Share Analysis
5.2. Comparative Analysis
5.2.1. Product Benchmarking
5.2.2. Top Companies Financials Analysis (UNIMICRON TECHNOLOGY CORP, NIPPON MEKTRON LTD, TRIPOD TECHNOLOGY CORP, IBIDEN CO LTD FINANCIALS, ZHENG DING TECHNOLOGY HOLDING LTD & HANNSTAR BOARD CORP)
6. Global printed circuit board – Market Forces
6.1. Market Drivers
6.1.1. Consumer Electronics Demand to Continue with Increasing Sales in Emerging Nations
6.1.2. Penetration of Telecommunications Products across Verticals like Automotive and Medical
184.108.40.206. Medical/ Healthcare Sector
220.127.116.11. Automotive Sector
6.1.3. The Promise of Internet of Things and Connected World Push for PCB Market Growth
6.1.4. Government Laws And E-Waste Collection Goals will help in Growth of Recycled PCB Market
6.1.5. Demand for Precious Metals and Rare Earth Metals
6.2. Market Constraints
6.2.1. Efficiency inn Collection of E-Waste Process is Low Globally
6.2.2. Steady Decline in PCB Manufacturers in North America And Europe
6.3. Market Challenges
6.3.1. Issues with Data Destruction in Hard Drives, Memory Cards Preventing Companies from Actively Joining E-Waste Recycling
6.3.2. Higher Manufacturing Standards Needed to Avoid Product Recalls
6.4. Attractiveness of the PCB Industry
6.4.1. Power of Suppliers
6.4.2. Power of Customers
6.4.3. Threat of New entrants
6.4.4. Threat of Substitution
6.4.5. Degree of Competition
7. Global Printed Circuit Board Market – Strategic Analysis
7.1. Value Chain Analysis
7.2. Legislation and Policy Analysis
18.104.22.168. South Africa
7.2.2. South America
7.2.3. North America
7.2.4. Asia Pacific
22.214.171.124. European Union
7.3. Pricing Analysis
7.4. Product/Market Life Cycle Analysis
8. Global Printed Circuit Board Market – Analysis and Forecast (2013 – 2018)
8.1. Market Overview
8.2. Market Analysis by PCB Board Type
8.3. Market Analysis by PCB Board Components
8.4. Market Analysis by PCB Board Materials Used
9. Global PCB Remanufacturing Market – Analysis and Forecast
9.1. Market Overview
9.1.1. Market Analysis by Value
9.1.2. Market Analysis by Volume
9.2. Market Analysis by Geography
10. Global PCB Recycling & Reconditioning Market – Analysis and Forecast
10.1. PCB Recycling Market
10.1.1. Market Analysis by Value
10.1.2. Market Analysis by Volume
10.1.3. Market Analysis by Geographic Region
10.2. PCB Reconditioning Market
10.2.1. Market Analysis by Value
10.2.2. Market Analysis by Volume
10.2.3. Market Analysis by Geography
11. Global PCB End Use Market Analysis and Forecast
11.1. Healthcare and Pharmaceutical
11.3. Industrial Electronics
11.4. Aerospace and Defense
11.5. Consumer Electronics
11.6. Maritime Transport
11.7. Market Analysis by Geography
12. Global PCB Production/Demand Analysis and Forecast – by Geographical Regions
12.3. Asia Pacific
13. Market Entropy
13.1. M&As, Collaborations, JVs and Partnerships113
14.3. Research Methodology
14.4. Expert Insights
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