Final Assembly Challenges

Reagin, Mike; Holcomb, Greg
November 2001
Circuits Assembly;Nov2001, Vol. 12 Issue 11, p34
Trade Publication
Focuses on an increase in dependence of original equipment manufacturers (OEM) on their manufacturing and assembly processes to electronics manufacturing services (EMS). Objective of the increase on reliance EMS providers; Expected growth in the EMS industry; Effect of final assembly on labor and equipment; Role of EMS providers in OEM.


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