The European Electronic Manufacturing Services Industry - A Strategic Analysis of the European EMS Industry 2012-2017

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The European Electronic Manufacturing Services Industry - A Strategic Analysis of the European EMS Industry 2012-2017

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This is the eleventh edition of the European Electronic Manufacturing Services Industry report (previously titled the Profile of the European Contract Electronic Assembly Industry) and updates both the tenth edition published in September 2011 and the first edition of the European Electronic Manufacturing Services Industry – Strategic Market Analysis published in September 2012. Although building on the database of information which has been gathered since the publication of the first edition in 1993 the new report has been fully revised with increased emphasis being placed on analyzing the EMS providers, the countries and market sectors in which they operate and the key trends which will impact the industry in the period to 2017.

As in the previous reports, EMS is defined as electronic manufacturing offered as a service to other companies. It does not include the in-house activities, which also provide an EMS service. The production of printed circuit boards is to some extent included, since some EMS companies have acquired PCB production capabilities and all are often involved in the design aspects of the PCB layout when offering design services as part of the EMS activity.
The generation of the market numbers has been completed using both a 'bottom up' approach where details of EMS companies have been accumulated from the very large to the very small companies, and a 'top down' view of published data from variety of sources. Statistical information which was obtained from government departments, trade associations, company annual reports and various other publications, and in particular the Yearbook of World Electronics Data, was combined with data obtained from individual companies, to evaluate the state of the market and future developments. The previous report along with data from RER's database were used as a base point in evaluating market developments during the interviews with key personnel of a cross section of EMS companies. Further information was obtained by Questionnaires in personal and telephone interviews.

Forward looking forecasts are constructed from the last full reported year (2012) and include known information to date on EMS activities such as collaborations, mergers, acquisitions and closures. These forecasts also include information from EMS and other companies on their expectations for growth in the coming years. For sales to individual sectors such as computer, communications, medical etc, we have used information from the companies themselves either in the main from published accounts, from their websites or from other known information about plant specialization, number of employees, quality awards etc.. Annual reports, company brochures and corporate literature were collected from over 200+ EMS companies. Where information of a confidential nature was obtained, this was used solely to evaluate market trends in product and end-user sectors. In addition a further 700 plus companies, primarily the smaller national EMS providers, were checked for the directory.
The consultants also visited trade shows including Productronica 2011 and Electronica 2012 in Munich; DSEI (London) in 2011 and 2013, Southern Manufacturing (UK) 2012 and 2013 and SMT & Hybrid 2012 and 2013 in Nuremberg, Germany. In addition we have attended conferences and meetings at evertiq TEC 2012 and 2013, Intellect (UK) in 2012 and 2013 and IPC Conference in Budapest 2013.
Where applicable local currencies have been converted to Euro values. The forecasts assume constant Euro values and those used in the report are given in the Appendix.

1 Introduction 9
2 Executive Summary 11
3 The European Market for Electronic Manufacturing Services 19
3.1 The European EMS Market for EMS -- The Far Environment or 'PESTLE' Context 19
3.2 The European EMS Market - The Near Environment 24
3.2.1 Why outsource electronic manufacture to EMS? 24
3.2.2 Forecast for EMS Revenues by Country and Regions 25
3.2.3 North Western Europe 27
3.2.4 Central & Eastern Europe, North Africa and Other including Russia and Ukraine 29
3.2.5 Europe EMS Revenues by Country 30
3.2.6 EMS Revenues by Market Sector 32
3.2.6.1 Western Europe 32
3.2.6.2 Central & Eastern Europe & Other 33
3.2.6.3 Total Europe 34
3.2.7 Sector Commentary 35
3.2.7.1 Aerospace & Defence 35
3.2.7.2 Consumer including Mobile 36
3.2.7.3 Communications and Networks 37
3.2.7.4 Computer 38
3.2.7.5 Medical 38
3.2.7.6 Automotive 38
3.2.7.7 Control, Instrumentation and Industrial 40
3.2.8 EMS Competition in Europe 41
3.2.8.1 Global Competition 41
3.2.8.2 Competition in Europe 42
3.2.8.3 The Customer as Competitor 46
3.2.8.4 Other Competitors 47
3.2.9 The Suppliers to EMS Companies 47
3.2.10 Other Stakeholders in the 'Near' Environment 48
3.3 The EMS Companies and the 'Internal' Environment 49
3.4 The Key Issues of the European EMS Industry 52
3.4.1 A Maturing Market 52
3.4.1.1 Regionalisation 53
3.4.1.2 The Maturing of Relationships Between OEM, EMS and Suppliers 54
3.4.2 The Management of Risk 54
3.4.3 Unit Price or Total Cost of Supply? 55
3.4.4 The Pressure on Price 55
3.4.5 The Assembly of Electronics and Testing 56
3.4.5.1 Is Electronic Assembly now a Commodity? 56
3.4.6 Delivering Value to the OEM 56
3.4.7 Access to Low Labour Cost Resource 57
3.4.8 The Search for Profitable Growth 58
3.5.4 The Future for EMS in Europe 58
3.5.4.1 Coming out of Recession 58
3.5.4.2 Shortening the Time to Market 59
3.6 Strategies for the Future 61
4 Major EMS Providers in Europe 63
4.1 Overview 63
4.1.1 Major Acquisitions & Agreements in the European EMS Industry 64
4.2 Top Twenty Table 71
4.3 Profiles of the Top Twenty EMS Companies in Europe 72
4.3.1 Foxconn 72
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4.3.2 Flextronics 73
4.3.3 Jabil Circuit 79
4.3.4 Zollner Elektronik 84
4.3.5 Celestica 85
4.3.6 Sanmina 88
4.3.7 Videoton 91
4.3.8 éolane 94
4.3.9 Asteelflash 97
4.3.10 Enics 99
4.3.11 Neways 101
4.3.12 PartnerTech 106
4.3.13 Kitron 111
4.3.14 Kimball Electronics 115
4.3.15 Selcom Group 117
4.3.16 Lacroix Electronics 118
4.3.17 Connect Group 120
4.3.18 TQ-Group 123
4.3.19 Fideltronik 125
4.3.20 BMK Electronics 126
5 The European EMS Industry by Country/Region 127
5.1 France 127
5.1.1 Electronics Industry Overview 127
5.1.2 EMS Market & Industry Trends 128
5.1.3 The Leading EMS Companies in France 129
5.1.4 Profiles of the Leading EMS Companies in France 130
5.1.4.1 Asteelflash 130
5.1.4.2 BMS Circuits 130
5.1.4.3 Cofidur 131
5.1.4.4 éolane 131
5.1.4.5 Lacroix Electronics 132
5.1.4.6 Matra Electronique 132
5.1.4.7 MSL Circuits 132
5.1.4.8 Novatech 133
5.1.4.9 Selha 133
5.1.4.10 Tronico ALCEN 134
5.2 Germany 135
5.2.1 Electronics Industry Overview 135
5.2.2 EMS Market & Industry Trends 136
5.2.3 The Leading EMS Companies in Germany 137
5.2.4 Profiles of the Leading EMS Companies in Germany 138
5.2.4.1 Asteelflash 138
5.2.4.2 Bebro electronic GmbH 138
5.2.4.3 BMK Electronics 139
5.2.4.4 BuS Elektronik 139
5.2.4.5 exceet Group 140
5.2.4.6 Flextronics 140
5.2.4.7 Katek 141
5.2.4.8 Limtronik 141
5.2.4.9 manufacturing, logistics & services 142
5.2.4.10 Neways 142
5.2.4.11 Prettl Elektronik 143
5.2.4.12 RAFI Eltec 144
5.2.4.13 ROB-Holding AG 144
5.2.4.14 RSG Elotech 145
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5.2.4.15 Sanmina 145
5.2.4.16 TQ-Group 145
5.2.4.17 Zollner 146
5.3 Southern Europe 146
5.3.1 Electronics Industry Overview 146
5.3.2 EMS Market & Industry Trends 147
5.3.3 Leading EMS Companies in Southern Europe 149
5.3.4 Profiles of the Leading EMS Providers in Southern Europe 149
5.3.4.1 Celestica 149
5.3.4.2 Dinema 149
5.3.4.3 DM Elektron 150
5.3.4.4 EAS Elettronica 150
5.3.4.5 Elemaster 150
5.3.4.6 Eutron 151
5.3.4.7 Flextronics 151
5.3.4.8 IKOR 152
5.3.4.9 Jabil 152
5.3.4.10 Selcom 152
5.4 Nordic Countries 152
5.4.1 Electronics Industry Overview 152
5.4.2 EMS Market & Industry Trends 154
5.4.3 The Leading EMS Providers in the Nordic Countries 155
5.4.4 Profiles of the Leading EMS Companies to the Nordic Countries 156
5.4.4.1 BB Electronics 156
5.4.4.2 Enics 158
5.4.4.3 Flextronics 158
5.4.4.4 GPV 158
5.4.4.5 Hadeland Produkter AS (HAPRO) 160
5.4.4.6 HANZA 161
5.4.4.7 Incap 162
5.4.4.8 Inission 165
5.4.4.9 Kitron 165
5.4.4.10 LEAB 166
5.4.4.11 NOTE 166
5.4.4.12 Norautron 169
5.4.4.13 Orbit One 170
5.4.4.14 PartnerTech 171
5.4.4.15 PKC 171
5.4.4.16 Sanmina 172
5.4.4.17 Scanfil 172
5.5 United Kingdom 174
5.5.1 Electronics Industry Overview 174
5.5.2 UK EMS Market & Industry Trends 175
5.5.3 The Leading EMS Providers in the UK 176
5.5.4 Profiles of the Leading EMS Companies to the UK 177
5.5.4.1 Asteelflash 177
5.5.4.2 AWS Electronics 178
5.5.4.3 Axiom Manufacturing Services 179
5.5.4.4 Axis Electronics 179
5.5.4.5 Chemigraphic 180
5.5.4.6 Elite Electronic Systems 181
5.5.4.7 Jabil 181
5.5.4.8 JJS Electronics 182
5.5.4.9 Plexus 183
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5.5.4.10 SMS Electronics 184
5.5.4.11 Stadium Electronics 185
5.5.4.12 Surface Technology International 186
5.5.4.13 TT integrated electronics Manufacturing Services 187
5.5.4.14 Ultra Electronics CEMS 188
5.6 Rest of West Europe 189
5.6.1 Electronics Industry Overview 189
5.6.2 EMS Market & Industry Trends 190
5.6.3 The Leading EMS Companies in the Rest of Western Europe 192
5.6.4 Profiles of the Leading EMS Companies in the Rest of Western Europe 193
5.6.4.1 Asetronics 193
5.6.4.2 BECOM 193
5.6.4.3 Benchmark Electronics 194
5.6.4.4 CCS, Customer Care & Solutions Holding 194
5.6.5.5 Celestica 196
5.6.4.6 Cicor Technologies 196
5.6.4.7 cms electronics 197
5.6.4.8 Connect Group 198
5.6.4.9 Enics 198
5.6.4.10 Flextronics 198
5.6.4.11 Jabil 199
5.6.4.12 MELECS 199
5.6.4.13 Neways 199
5.6.4.14 Sanmina 199
5.6.4.15 Seidel Elektronik 200
5.6.4.16 Solid Semecs 201
5.7 Central and Eastern Europe (CEE), North Africa, Other 201
5.7.1 CEE Electronics Industry Overview 201
5.7.2 EMS Market & Industry Trends 202
5.7.3 The Leading EMS Providers in CEE/North Africa 204
5.7.4 Profiles of the Leading EMS Companies in Central & Eastern Europe 206
5.7.4.1 Celestica 206
5.7.4.2 Enics 206
5.7.4.3 Fideltronik 207
5.7.4.4 Flextronics 207
5.7.4.5 Foxconn 208
5.7.4.6 Integrated Microelectronics Inc 208
5.7.4.7 Jabil Circuit 209
5.7.4.8 Kimball Electronics 209
5.7.4.9 Sanmina 209
5.7.4.10 SIIX 210
5.7.4.11 Videoton 210
5.7.4.12 Zollner 210
6 Directory 211
6.1 Algeria 211
6.2 Austria 211
6.3 Belgium 213
6.4 Bulgaria 215
6.5 Czech Republic 216
6.6 Denmark 221
6.7 Estonia 224
6.8 Finland 227
6.9 France 231
6.10 Germany 241
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6.11 Greece 276
6.12 Hungary 276
6.13 Ireland 280
6.14 Israel 281
6.15 Italy 282
6.16 Latvia 288
6.17 Lithuania 288
6.18 Malta 289
6.19 Morocco 289
6.20 Netherlands 290
6.21 Norway 294
6.22 Poland 296
6.23 Portugal 300
6.24 Romania 300
6.25 Russia 304
6.26 Serbia 305
6.27 Slovakia 305
6.28 Slovenia 307
6.29 Spain 308
6.30 Sweden 310
6.31 Switzerland 318
6.32 Tunisia 322
6.33 Turkey 324
6.34 Ukraine 324
6.35 United Kingdom 325
7 Appendix 352
7.1 Top 50 EMS Providers 2012 352
7.2 Exchange Rates 354

Tables

Table 2.1 EMS Revenues for Western Europe and CEE 2012-2017 11
Table 2.2 The Top 20 European EMS Companies 2012 14
Table 2.3 Recent Acquisition and Divesture Activity for the Top 20 European EMS Providers 16
Table 3.1 GDP Growth for Selected Countries 2011-2014 21
Table 3.2 EMS revenues for Western and CEE and Other 2012-2017 26
Table 3.3 Percentage of European EMS by Region 2012-2017 26
Table 3.4 EMS Revenues for North West Europe (Nordic, Benelux, Germany, UK) 2012-2017 27
Table 3.5 EMS Revenues for France, Italy, Switzerland and Southern Europe 2012-2017 28
Table 3.6 EMS Revenues for CEE, North Africa and Other 2012-2017 29
Table 3.7 European EMS Revenues by Country 2012-2017 31
Table 3.8 Comparison of European Labour Costs in 2012 32
Table 3.9 Western Europe EMS Revenues by Market Sector 2012-2017 32
Table 3.10 CEE, North Africa and Other EMS Revenues by Market Sector 2012-2017 33
Table 3.11 Total European EMS Revenues by Market Sector 2012-2017 34
Table 3.12 How Reductions in Outsourcing can affect EMS 47
Table 3.13 Break even cost and cash flows – Case 1 60
Table 3.14 Break even costs and cash flows – Case 2 60
Table 4.1The Top 20 European EMS Companies 2012 71
Table 5.1 Summary of French Electronics Production 2011-2016 127
Table 5.2 French EMS revenues 2012-2017 129
Table 5.3 The Leading Providers in France 2012 129
Table 5.4 German Electronics Production 2011-2016 135
Table 5.5 German EMS Revenues 2012-2017 137
Table 5.6 The Leading EMS Providers in Germany 2012 138
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Table 5.7 Summary of Southern Europe Electronics Equipment Production 2011-2016 146
Table 5.8 Southern Europe EMS Revenues 2012-2017 148
Table 5.9 The Leading EMS Providers in Southern Europe 2012 149
Table 5.10 Summary of Nordic Electronics Equipment Production 2011-2016 153
Table 5.11 Nordic EMS Revenues 2012-2017 155
Table 5.12 The Leading EMS Providers in the Nordic Countries in 2012 156
Table 5.13 Summary of UK Electronics Equipment Production 2011-2016 174
Table 5.14 UK EMS Revenues 2010-2017 176
Table 5.15 The Leading UK EMS Providers in the UK in 2012 177
Table 5.16 Summary of Rest of Western Europe Electronics Production 2011-2016 190
Table 5.17 Rest of West Europe EMS Revenues 2012-2017 191
Table 5.18 CEE/North Africa/Other EMS Revenues 2012-2017 204
Table 5.19 CEE/North African Manufacturing Locations for the Top 50 European EMS Providers 205
Table 5.20 Top 50 European EMS Providers with CEE/North Africa Manufacturing Locations in 2012 205
Table 7.1The Top 50 European EMS Providers 2012 352
Figures
Figure 2.1 EMS Revenues for Western Europe and CEE 2012-2017 11
Figure 2.2 European EMS Revenues by Market Sector 2012-2017 12
Figure 3.1 EMS revenues for Western Europe, CEE and North Africa and Other 2012-2017 26
Figure 3.2 Percentage of European EMS by region 2012-2017 27
Figure 3.3 EMS Revenues Nordic, UK, Germany and Benelux 2012-2017 28
Figure 3.4 EMS Revenues for France, Italy, Switzerland and Southern Europe 2012-2017 29
Figure 3.5 EMS Revenues for CEE, North Africa and Other 2012-2017 30
Figure 3.6 Western Europe EMS Revenues by Market Sector 2012-2017 33
Figure 3.7CEE, North Africa and Other EMS Revenues by Market Sector 2012-2017 34
Figure 3.8Total European EMS revenues by Market Sector 2012-2017 35
Figure 3.9 World Car Production1999-2012 39
Figure 3.10 New Car Registrations in EU 27 and EFTA Countries 40
Figure 3.11 EMS Revenues per Sector for Western Europe 2012-2017 42
Figure 3.12 EMS Revenues per Sector for CEE-North Africa and Other 2012-2017 43
Figure 3.13 Strategic Space Analysis for the 4 EMS Groups 44
Figure 3.14Total and Average Sales for each EMS Strategic Group 45
Figure 3.15 A typical Value Chain for EMS 49
Figure 3.16 Selected Hourly Compensation Costs in Manufacturing in Europe 2012 50
Figure 3.17 Comparison across selected countries of wages per hour 1997-2012 in US Dollars 51
Figure 3.18 Hourly Compensation costs in Manufacturing as % of that in the US (US = 100) 51
Figure 3.19 Actual EMS sales (Base year) of Western Europe and CEE/North Africa & Other 53
Figure 3.20 Increases in Manufacturing Sites in Low Cost countries 2007-2012 57
Figure 3.21 Break even cost and cash flows – Case 1 60
Figure 3.22 Break even costs and cash flows – Case 2 61
Figure 5.1 French Electronics Production 2011-2016 128
Figure 5.2 French EMS Revenues 2012-2017 129
Figure 5.3 German Electronics Production 2011-2016 135
Figure 5.4 German EMS Revenue 2012-2017 137
Figure 5.5 Southern Europe Electronics Production 2011-2016 147
Figure 5.6 Southern Europe EMS Revenues 2012-2017 148
Figure 5.7 Nordic Electronics Production 2011-2016 153
Figure 5.8 Nordic EMS Revenues 2012-2017 155
Figure 5.9 UK Electronics Production by Sector 2011-2016 174
Figure 5.10 UK EMS Revenues 2012-2017 176
Figure 5.11Rest of Western Europe Electronics Production 2011-2016 190
Figure 5.12 Rest of Western Europe EMS Revenues 2012-2017 192
Figure 5.13 CEE Electronics Equipment Production by Country 2012 202
Figure 5.14 CEE/North Africa/Other EMS Revenues 2012-2017 204

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