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Annual report providing detailed market and company analysis on the European EMS Industry for the Period 2014-2019

New Analysis Provides Strategic Outlook for European Electronic Manufacturing Services Industry
Reed Electronics Research’s latest strategic study on the European EMS industry, the Thirteenth, provides an in-depth analysis on one of the key sectors of the European electronics industry. In addition to the market projections through to 2019, the report highlights the key trends impacting the industry and the major players, both on a European and country level.

The Market
2014 was a tough year for most EMS companies with revenues in Western Europe declining by almost 3% while an increase of 3.4% in Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) and Middle East/North Africa (MENA) helped the overall European market post growth of 0.5%. Although the market is expected to recover, growth is forecast to remain flat in 2015/2016 before gaining some traction in the later part of the forecast period. EMS revenues in Western Europe are forecast to reach Euro 11.16 billion in 2019, up from Euro 10.37 million in 2014, with the market increasingly focused on the Aerospace, Defence, Automotive, Medical, Control & Instrumentation, Industrial and Telecom (ADAMCIT) segments of the market.

The transfer of production to manufacturing facilities in CEE/MENA to reduce costs and the increasing demand by OEMs for EMS to offer local manufacturing in key global markets will dampen growth in Western Europe during the period to 2019. The reverse applies to CEE/MENA where growth will be boosted by the transfer of production from Western Europe and in particular, lower volume high mix products in the ADAMCIT segments. This is expected to be offset in part by the migration of higher volume products in the consumer, computing and communications, or 3C, segment to Asia as the major global EMS companies come under increasing pricing pressure. Assuming that the leading global EMS providers remain committed to retaining a major manufacturing presence in the region revenues are forecast to reach Euro 16.21 billion by 2019, up from Euro 15.15 billion in 2014

The Major Players
Although made up of over 1,000 companies, the industry is dominated by a small number of Global players with the Top 3 – Foxconn, Flextronics and Jabil – accounting for around 44.5% of revenues in 2014, with nearly 90% from plants in CEE focused on the 3C segment. Approaching 75% of the total sales (Euro 19.1 billion) are achieved by the leading 50 companies or 5% of the total number. We are expecting that there will be further consolidation across the industry due to the downward price pressure, slow economic growth and requirement to broaden and deepen the design, development and aftercare services to customers.

This comprehensive report provides:-
A detailed market analysis to 2019 for Western Europe, CEE and North Africa in a single report.
A breakdown of the market by major sector.
An in-depth analysis and comment on the key market trends impacting the European EMS Industry.
A ranking and detailed profiles of the Top 20 EMS providers in Europe.
An overview of electronic production and EMS manufacturing in the major countries and regions including a ranking of the
leading companies and profiles of the major players.
A directory by country of the EMS manufacturing locations with addresses, contact numbers, websites.
An appendix with the estimated sales turnover for 2014 of the Top 50 European EMS providers and the Top 50 European
EMS companies based on global revenues and a list of the prevailing and historical currency exchange rates.

Table Of Contents

The European EMS Industry 2014-2019 - A Strategic Study of the European EMS Industry
Contents
1 Introduction 11
1.1 Scope and Methodology 11
1.2 Report Structure 12
2 Management Briefing 13
2.1 The European EMS Market 2014-2019 13
2.2 The Structure of the European EMS Industry 21
2.3 The Future for EMS in Europe 26
3 The European Market for Electronic Manufacturing Services 28
3.1 Introduction 28
The Political Context 28
The Economic Context 29
The Sociological Context 34
The Technological Context 37
The Legal and Environmental Context 38
3.2 The European EMS Market 39
3.2.1 Why outsource electronic manufacture to EMS? 39
3.2.2 Forecast for EMS Revenues by Country and Regions 40
3.2.3 North West Europe 42
3.2.4 Southern Europe 43
3.2.5 Central and Eastern Europe, North Africa and Middle East 44
3.2.6 European EMS Revenues by Country 45
3.2.7 EMS Revenues by Market Sector 46
3.2.7.1 Western Europe 46
3.2.7.2 Central and Eastern Europe, North Africa and Other 47
3.2.7.3 Total Europe 48
3.2.8 Sector Commentary 48
3.2.8.1 Aerospace and Defence 48
3.2.8.2 Consumer 50
3.2.8.3 Communication and Networks 51
3.2.8.4 Computer 52
3.2.8.5 Medical 53
3.2.8.6 Automotive 54
3.2.8.7 Control, Instrumentation and Industrial 56
3.3 A Strategic Analysis of the Major Trends Impacting the European EMS Market 57
3.3.1 The Business of Outsourcing of Electronic Production 57
Is Outsourcing by OEMs Growing in Europe ? 58
Is the Total EMS Market in Europe Growing ? 58
Is Electronic Manufacturing Returning to Europe from Asia or Elsewhere ? 59
3.3.2 The Competitive Position for EMS in Europe 60
3.3.3 Competition in Europe 60
3.3.4 The Customer as Competitor 63
3.3.5 Other Competitors 64
3.3.6 Competitive Summary 64
Threat of New Entrants 65
Rivalry of Existing Competitors 65
Pressure from Substitutes 65
Bargaining Power of Buyers 65
Bargaining Power of Suppliers 66
3.3.7 The EMS Companies, People, Processes and Profitability 66
3.4 The Key Issues Facing the European EMS Industry 70
3.4.1 A Market with Low, or No Growth 71
3.4.1.1. Regionalisation 71
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3.4.1.2 The Relationship Between OEM, EMS and Suppliers 71
3.4.2 The Management of Risk 72
Market Risks 72
Commercial Risks 72
Supply Chain Risks 73
3.4.3 Total Cost of Supply or Unit Cost? 73
3.4.4. The Pressure on Price 73
3.4.5 The Assembly of Electronics and Testing 74
3.4.6 Access to Lower Labour Cost Resource 75
3.4.7 The Search for Profitable Growth 75
3.5 The Future for EMS in Europe 75
The Full Service Offering 76
Using the Expertise of the EMS….From the Beginning 76
Shortening the Time to Market 76
3.6 Strategies for the Future 78
Strategies for Group 1 Companies 78
Strategies for Group 2 and 3 Companies 79
Strategies for Group 4 Companies 79
4 Major EMS Providers in Europe 80
4.1 The Role of the Global EMS 80
4.2 The Role of the European EMS 81
4.3 Acquisitions 83
4.4 Migration of Production to CEE/North Africa 86
4.5 Consolidation 87
4.6 Top Twenty Table 2014 87
4.7 Profiles of the Top Twenty EMS Companies in Europe 88
4.7.1 Foxconn 88
4.7.2 Flex 89
4.7.3 Jabil Circuit 95
4.7.4 Zollner Elektronik 99
4.7.5 Videoton 100
4.7.6 Enics 102
4.7.7 eolane 104
4.7.8 Sanmina 108
4.7.9 Celestica 111
4.7.10 Asteelflash 114
4.7.11 ALL CIRCUITS 116
4.7.12 Scanfil/PartnerTech 117
4.7.13 Neways 123
4.7.14 LACROIX Electronics 127
4.7.15 Kitron 129
4.7.16 Leesys - Leipzig Electronic Systems 134
4.7.17 TQ-Group 134
4.7.18 Kimball Electronics 136
4.7.19 Integrated Circuits International 138
4.7.20 Selcom Group 138
5 The European EMS Industry by Country/Region 140
5.1 France 140
5.1.1 Electronics Industry Overview 140
5.1.2 EMS Market and Industry Trends 141
5.1.3 The Leading EMS Companies in France 142
5.1.4 Profiles of the Leading EMS Companies in France 143
5.1.4.1 ALL CIRCUITS 143
5.1.4.2 Asteelflash 143
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5.1.4.3 Cofidur 143
5.1.4.4 eolane 144
5.1.4.5 Jabil Circuit 144
5.1.4.6 LACROIX Electronics 145
5.1.4.7 Matra Electronique 145
5.1.4.8 Novatech 146
5.1.4.9 Selha 146
5.1.4.10 Tronico ALCEN 147
5.2 Germany 147
5.2.1 Electronics Industry Overview 147
5.2.2 EMS Market and Industry Trends 148
5.2.3 The Leading EMS Companies in Germany 150
5.2.4 Profiles of the Leading EMS Companies in Germany 151
5.2.4.1 Asteelflash 151
5.2.4.2 bebro electronic 152
5.2.4.3 BMK Electronics 152
5.2.4.4 exceet Group 153
5.2.4.5 Katek 154
5.2.4.6 Leesys - Leipzig Electronic Systems 154
5.2.4.7 Limtronik 155
5.2.4.8 manufacturing, logistics and services 155
5.2.4.9 Neways 156
5.2.4.10 Periscope 156
5.2.4.11 Prettl Electronics 156
5.2.4.12 RSG Elotech 157
5.2.4.13 Tonfunk 157
5.2.4.14 TQ-Group 157
5.2.4.15 Zollner 158
5.3 Southern Europe 158
5.3.1 Electronics Industry Overview 158
5.3.2 EMS Market and Industry Trends 160
5.3.3 Leading EMS Companies in Southern Europe 161
5.3.4 Profiles of the Leading EMS Providers in Southern Europe 162
5.3.4.1 Celestica 162
5.3.4.2 Dinema 162
5.3.4.3 DM Elektron 162
5.3.4.4 Elemaster 162
5.3.4.5 Eutron 164
5.3.4.6 Flex 164
5.3.4.7 IKOR 165
5.3.4.8 Jabil Circuit 165
5.3.4.9 MW.FP 165
5.3.4.10 Selcom 166
5.4 Nordic Countries 166
5.4.1 Electronics Industry Overview 166
5.4.2 EMS Market and Industry Trends 168
5.4.3 The Leading EMS Providers in the Nordic Countries 169
5.4.4 Profiles of the Leading EMS Companies to the Nordic Countries 170
5.4.4.1 BB Electronics 170
5.4.4.2 Enics 171
5.4.4.3 GPV 172
5.4.4.4 Hadeland Produkter AS (HAPRO) 173
5.4.4.5 HANZA 174
5.4.4.6 HP Tronic 176
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5.4.4.7 Inission 177
5.4.4.8 Kitron 177
5.4.4.9 LEAB 178
5.4.4.10 Norautron 178
5.4.4.11 NOTE 179
5.4.4.12 Orbit One 181
5.4.4.13 PKC 182
5.4.4.14 Sanmina 183
5.4.4.15 Scanfil/PartnerTech 183
5.5 United Kingdom 184
5.5.1 Electronics Industry Overview 184
5.5.2 UK EMS Market and Industry Trends 185
5.5.3 The Leading EMS Providers in the UK 186
5.5.4 Profiles of the Leading EMS Companies to the UK 187
5.5.4.1 Asteelflash 187
5.5.4.2 AWS Electronics 187
5.5.4.3 Axiom Manufacturing Services 188
5.5.4.4 Axis Electronics 189
5.5.4.5 Chemigraphic 190
5.5.4.6 Elite Electronic Systems 191
5.5.4.7 eXception EMS 191
5.5.4.8 Foundation Technology 192
5.5.4.9 Jabil Circuit 192
5.5.4.10 JJS Manufacturing 194
5.5.4.11 Plexus 194
5.5.4.12 SMS Electronics 196
5.5.4.13 Stadium Electronics 197
5.5.4.14 Surface Technology International 198
5.5.4.15 TT Electronics-IMS 199
5.5.4.16 Ultra Electronics CEMS 201
5.6 Rest of West Europe 201
5.6.1 Electronics Industry Overview 201
5.6.2 EMS Market and Industry Trends 203
5.6.3 The Leading EMS Companies in the Rest of Western Europe 205
5.6.4 Profiles of the Leading EMS Companies in the Rest of Western Europe 206
5.6.4.1 Asetronics 206
5.6.4.2 BECOM 206
5.6.4.3 Benchmark Electronics 207
5.6.4.4 CCS, Customer Care and Solutions Holding AG 207
5.6.4.5 Celestica 208
5.6.4.6 Cicor Technologies 209
5.6.4.7 cms electronics 210
5.6.4.8 Connect Group 211
5.6.4.9 Enics 213
5.6.4.10 Flex 213
5.6.4.11 Jabil Circuit 214
5.6.4.12 MELECS 214
5.6.4.13 Neways 214
5.6.4.14 Sanmina 215
5.6.4.15 SEIDEL Elektronik 215
5.6.4.16 Solid Semecs 216
5.7 Central and Eastern Europe (CEE), North Africa, Other 216
5.7.1 CEE Electronics Industry Overview 216
5.7.2 EMS Market and Industry Trends 218
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5.7.3 The Leading EMS Providers in CEE/North Africa 220
5.7.4 Profiles of the Leading EMS Companies in CEE/North Africa 222
5.7.4.1 Benchmark Electronics 222
5.7.4.2 Celestica 222
5.7.4.3 Enics 222
5.7.4.4 Fideltronik 223
5.7.4.5 Flex 223
5.7.4.6 Foxconn 224
5.7.4.7 Integrated Microelectronics 224
5.7.4.8 Jabil Circuit 224
5.7.4.9 Kimball Electronics 225
5.7.4.10 LACROIX Electronics 225
5.7.4.11 MELECS 225
5.7.4.12 Plexus 225
5.7.4.13 Sanmina 226
5.7.4.14 Scanfil/PartnerTech 226
5.7.4.15 Videoton 226
5.7.4.16 Zollner 227
5.7.4.17 Other Companies 227
Elrad 227
HansaMatrix 227
Solid Semecs 228
SIIX 228
6 Directory of European EMS Manufacturing Locations 229
6.1 Algeria 229
6.2 Austria 229
6.3 Belgium 231
6.4 Bulgaria 233
6.5 Croatia 234
6.6 Czech Republic 234
6.7 Denmark 240
6.8 Estonia 243
6.9 Finland 245
6.10 France 249
6.11 Germany 259
6.12 Hungary 296
6.13 Ireland 300
6.14 Israel 302
6.15 Italy 304
6.16 Latvia 310
6.17 Lithuania 310
6.18 Morocco 310
6.19 Netherlands 312
6.20 Norway 316
6.21 Poland 318
6.22 Portugal 323
6.23 Romania 324
6.24 Russia 327
6.25 Serbia 328
6.26 Slovakia 328
6.27 Slovenia 330
6.28 Spain 331
6.29 Sweden 334
6.30 Switzerland 341
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6.31 Tunisia 345
6.32 Turkey 347
6.33 Ukraine 348
6.34 United Kingdom 348
7 Appendix 376
7.1 Top 50 EMS Providers in Europe 2014 376
7.2 Exchange Rates 379

Tables
Table 2.1 EMS Revenues for Western Europe and CEE 2014-2019 13
Table 2.2 Major Acquisitions for the Top 50 European-Owned EMS Providers 2011-2015 23
Table 2.3 The Top 20 European EMS Companies 2014 26
Table 3.1 GDP Growth for Selected Countries 2013-2017 30
Table 3.2 European Automotive Emission Targets 38
Table 3.3 EMS Revenues for Western Europe, CEE/MENA and Other 2014-2019 41
Table 3.4 Percentage of EMS value by Region 2014-2019 42
Table 3.5 EMS for North West Europe (Nordic, UK, Germany and Benelux) 2014-2019 43
Table 3.6 EMS Revenues for France, Italy, Switzerland and Southern Europe 2014-2019 43
Table 3.7 European EMS Revenues by Country 2014-2019 45
Table 3.8 Western Europe EMS Revenues by Market Sector 2014-2019 46
Table 3.9 CEE, North Africa and Other EMS Revenues by Market Sector 2014-2019 47
Table 3.10 Total European EMS Revenues by Market Sector 2014-2019 48
Table 3.11 Worldwide Device shipments by Device Type 2014-2017 52
Table 3.12 Car Manufacture in Western Europe by Region 2008-2014 55
Table 3.13 Manufacture of cars in total Europe by sub-region 2008-2014 55
Table 3.14 European Sales Value 2013 by EMS Group 61
Table 3.15 How Reductions in Outsourcing can affect EMS 63
Table 3.16 Hourly Labour costs 2004, 2008 and 2014 68
Table 3.17 Break even cost and cash flows - Case 1 77
Table 3.18 Break even costs and cash flows - Case 2 77
Table 4.1 Major Acquisitions for the Top 50 European-Owned EMS Providers 2011-2015 84
Table 4.2 The Top 20 European EMS Companies 2014 87
Table 5.1 Summary of French Electronics Equipment Production 2013-2018 140
Table 5.2 French EMS Revenues 2014-2019 142
Table 5.3 The Leading Providers in France 2014 142
Table 5.4 German Electronics Equipment Production 2013-2018 148
Table 5.5 German EMS Revenues 2014-2019 150
Table 5.6 The Leading EMS Providers in Germany 2014 151
Table 5.7 Summary of Southern Europe Electronics Equipment Production 2013-2018 160
Table 5.8 Southern Europe EMS Revenues 2014-2019 161
Table 5.9 The Leading EMS Providers in Southern Europe 2014 161
Table 5.10 Summary of Nordic Electronics Equipment Production 2013-2018 167
Table 5.11 Nordic EMS Revenues 2014-2019 168
Table 5.12 The Leading EMS Providers in the Nordic Countries in 2014 169
Table 5.13 Summary of UK Electronics Equipment Production 2013-2018 184
Table 5.14 UK EMS Revenues 2014-2019 186
Table 5.15 The Leading UK EMS Providers in the UK in 2014 186
Table 5.16 Summary of Rest of Western Europe Electronics Production 2013-2018 202
Table 5.17 Rest of West Europe EMS Revenues 2014-2019 204
Table 5.18 Summary of CEE Electronics Production 2013-2018 218
Table 5.19 CEE/North Africa/Other EMS Revenues 2014-2019 218
Table 5.20 Top 15 EMS Providers in CEE 2014 220
Table 5.21 Top Leading European EMS Providers with CEE/North Africa Manufacturing Locations 221
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Table 7.1 Top 50 EMS Providers in Europe 2014 376
Table 7.2 Top 50 European Owned EMS Providers based on Global Sales 378
Table 7.3 Exchange Rates 379

Figures
Figure 2.1 EMS Revenues for Western Europe and CEE 2014-2019 13
Figure 2.2 West European EMS Revenues by Market Sector 2014-2019 14
Figure 2.3 CEE/MENA EMS Revenues by Market Sector 2014-2019 14
Figure 2.4 European Computer Production 2000-2018 15
Figure 2.5 European Mobile Phone Production 2009-2014 15
Figure 2.6 European Medical Equipment Production 2012-2018 18
Figure 2.7 European Control and Instrumentation Production 2012-2018 19
Figure 2.8 The Percentage of 2014 Sales by Region for the Group 1 EMS Companies 21
Figure 3.1 The PESTLE Context 28
Figure 3.2 Chinese GDP Growth 2000-2020 30
Figure 3.3 GDP Growth by Region 2007-2020 31
Figure 3.4 GDP Growth for Selected Countries at Constant Prices 2007-2020 31
Figure 3.5 Inflation for Selected Countries 2007-2020 32
Figure 3.6 Central Government Net Debt for Selected Countries 2007-2020 32
Figure 3.7 Gold, Platinum and Silver Commodity prices 2006-2015 33
Figure 3.8 Average Price of European Brent Crude Oil 33
Figure 3.9 EU Life Expectancy at Birth and Birth Rate 2005-2040 34
Figure 3.10 EU Population 2005-2040 35
Figure 3.11 Age Profile in the EU 2005 35
Figure 3.12 Age Profile in the EU 2030 36
Figure 3.13 Age Profile in the EU 2050 36
Figure 3.14 EMS Revenues for Western Europe, CEE/MENA and Other 2014-2019 41
Figure 3.15 Percentage of European EMS by region 2014-2019 42
Figure 3.16 EMS Revenues for North West Europe 2014-2019 (Nordic, UK, Germany and Benelux) 43
Figure 3.17 EMS Revenues for Southern Europe 2014-2019 44
Figure 3.18 EMS Revenues for CEE, North Africa, and Other 2014-2019 44
Figure 3.19 Western Europe EMS Revenues by Market Sector 2014-2019 46
Figure 3.20 CEE, North Africa and Other EMS Revenues by Market Sector 2014-2019 47
Figure 3.21 Total European EMS Revenues by Market Sector 2014-2019 48
Figure 3.22 European Mobile Phone Production 2009-2014 51
Figure 3.23 European Computer Production 2000-2018 52
Figure 3.24 European Computer Production by Region 2014 53
Figure 3.25 New Car Registrations in EU 28 and EFTA Countries to September 2015 54
Figure 3.26 Strategic Space Analysis of the Four Groups of EMS Providers 61
Figure 3.27 European Sales Value by EMS Group 62
Figure 3.28 Five Force Representation of the EMS Industry 64
Figure 3.29 A typical Value Chain for EMS 67
Figure 3.30 Comparisons across Selected Countries of Hourly Wage 2004, 2008 and 2014 67
Figure 3.31 Actual; EMS sales (Base Year) of Western Europe and CEE/North Africa and Other 70
Figure 3.32 Break even cost and cash flows - Case 1 77
Figure 3.33 Break even costs and cash flows - Case 2 78
Figure 4.1 The Percentage of 2014 Sales by Region for the Group 1 EMS Companies 80
Figure 4.2 The Percentage of French EMS Revenues by Leading Manufacturer 2014 82
Figure 4.3 The Percentage of German EMS Revenues by Leading Manufacturer 2014 82
Figure 4.4 The Percentage of Southern Europe EMS Revenues by Leading Manufacturer 2014 83
Figure 4.5 The Percentage of Nordic EMS Revenues by Leading Manufacturer 2014 83
Figure 4.6 The Percentage of UK EMS Revenues by Leading Manufacturer 2014 84
Figure 5.1 French Electronics Equipment Production 2008-2018- Annual Growth (%) 140
Figure 5.2 French Electronics Equipment Production by Segment 2013-2018 141
Figure 5.3 French EMS Revenues 2014-2019 142
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Figure 5.4 German Electronics Equipment Production 2008-2018- Annual Growth (%) 148
Figure 5.5 German Electronics Production 2013-2018 149
Figure 5.6 German EMS Revenue 2014-2019 150
Figure 5.7 Southern Europe Electronics Equipment Production 2008-2018- Annual Growth (%) 159
Figure 5.8 Southern Europe Electronics Production 2013-2018 160
Figure 5.9 Southern Europe EMS Revenues 2014-2019 161
Figure 5.10 Nordic Electronics Equipment Production 2008-2018- Annual Growth (%) 166
Figure 5.11 Nordic Electronics Equipment Production 2013-2018 167
Figure 5.12 Nordic EMS Revenues 2014-2019 169
Figure 5.13 UK Electronics Equipment Production 2008-2018- Annual Growth (%) 184
Figure 5.14 UK Electronics Production by Sector 2013-2018 184
Figure 5.15 UK EMS Revenues 2014-2019 186
Figure 5.16 R of Western Europe Electronics Equipment Production 2008-2018- Annual Growth (%) 202
Figure 5.17 Rest of Western Europe Electronics Production 2013-2018 203
Figure 5.18 Rest of Western Europe EMS Revenues 2014-2019 204
Figure 5.19 CEE Electronics Production 2000-2014 216
Figure 5.20 CEE Electronics Equipment Production by Country 2014 217
Figure 5.21 CEE Electronics Equipment by Product 2014-2018 217
Figure 5.22 CEE/North Africa/Other EMS Revenues 2014-2019 219

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