NEW YORK, April 20, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Bishop and Associates has just released the new 2016 edition of the World Connector Market Handbook. This comprehensive seven-chapter, 228-page report analyzes all aspects of the world electronic connector market. This report provides detailed connector statistics by equipment sector and product category for North America, Europe, Japan, China, Asia Pacific, and the ROW region. Included is a complete chapter on worldwide connector industry results by region, equipment sector, and product category. Data is provided for the years 2006 – 2015, and projections for 2016 and 2021 (including five-year CAGRs).
ANALYSIS OF THE WORLD ELECTRONIC CONNECTOR MARKET
Declining more than $3.35 billion, connector industry sales decreased -6.1% in 2015. Percentage wise, the ROW region exhibited the greatest decrease, with a year-over-year sales decrease of -19.9%, followed by Japan with a year-over-year decrease of -15.1%, and Europe with a year-over-year decrease of -11.4%. The only region to not show a decrease was Asia Pacific, where sales increased a very meager 0.1%. In US dollars, the greatest decline was seen in Europe, where sales declined $1,350.1 million, followed by Japan where sales declined $843.9 million.
In the past 10 years, the connector industry has grown at a compound annual growth rate of 3.1%
Which regions drove this growth?
What end-use equipment sectors contributed to this growth and which sectors lost ground?
Which product types gained the greatest market share and which product types lost market share?
Which regions, product types, and end-use equipment sectors are aligned to show the most growth in 2016?
Analyzing the connector industry from 2006 through 2015, with a preliminary 2016 forecast, Bishop & Associates newest research report, The Connector Market Handbook, details the connector industry by region, end-use equipment sector, and product type. Utilizing tables and graphs, key statistics are provided for total world, as well as by individual region. Declining 6.1% in 2015, the connector industry has gone through a number of very profitable growth years and a number of declining years. How have these changes effected the growth of individual market sectors, individual product types, and individual regions?
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