TFI Forecasts Dip in EMS Outsourcing Revenue

December 2001
Circuits Assembly;Dec2001, Vol. 12 Issue 12, p8
Trade Publication
Reports the plan of Technology Forecasters Inc. to present forecasts of the electronics manufacturing services (EMS). Aim to hold a discussion of the original design market; Decline of global EMS revenue; Offer of guidance on the extent of original equipment manufacturer (OEM)-to-OEM manufacturing and system integrators.


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