Online Program Tracks EMS Performance

May 2009
Assembly;May2009, Vol. 52 Issue 5, p15
The article reports on the Global EMS Statistical Program launched by IPC--Association Connecting Electronics Industries. The program conducts online surveys to measure and track the performance of the electronic manufacturing services (EMS) industry worldwide. The surveys depend on voluntary and confidential responses from manufacturers and include financial and operational performance metrics, such as sales, orders, cost of goods sold, and others.


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