Defense Electronics Outsourcing

Gordon, Pamela J.
June 2003
Circuits Assembly;Jun2003, Vol. 14 Issue 6, p26
Trade Publication
Electronics manufacturing services (EMS) executives are wondering if they should make their foray into defense sector and add this sector to their cadre of industry specialties. EMS market penetration of aerospace/defense is predicted to increase globally from 11% in 2001 to 16% in 2006. EMS companies serving the defense sector know that hurdles abound when serving this market, including additional paperwork, capital equipment and verification processes.


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