Electronics Production | September 27, 2007
EMS Top 100
Contract manufacturing continues to spread its reach beyond North America, China and Taiwan, making itself prevalent in other corners of the world as electronics manufacturing services (EMS) and original design manufacturing (ODM) providers aim to maximize their revenues and minimize their costs as outsourcing trends continue.
Hon Hai Precision (Taiwan) tops the list with estimated revenues for 2006 at 40527 MUSD. Flextronics is number 2 with 17707 MUSD and as number 3 are Asustek at 17195 MUSD. The complete list, that also contains a wealth of additional detail on the companies' manufacturing and design capabilities, can be downloaded below as a PDF. 2007 Top 100 EMS 1. Hon Hai Precision 2. Flextronics 3. Asustek 4. Quanta Computer 5. Solectron 6. Sanmina-SCI 7. Jabil 8. Celestica 9. Inventec 10. TPV Technology 11. Wistron 12. BenQ 13. Elcoteq 14. Benchmark Electronics 15. Cal-Comp Electronics 16. Venture Corporation 17. Universal Scientific Industrial 18. Plexus 19. SIIX 20. Pemstar 21. Nam Tai Electronics 22. Jurong Technologies 23. Viasystems Group 24. Beyonics 25. Kimball Electronics Group 26. Elite Industrial Group 27. Alco Electronics 28. Hitachi OMD 29. Aeroflex 30. Zollner Elektronik 31. CEMS 32. .M-Flex 33. Wong's Electronics 34. Partnertech 35. GES International 36. Hana Microelectronics 37. Fabrinet 38. Integrated Microelectronics 39. CTS 40. WKK Technology 41. enics 42. Videoton 43. Surface Mount Technology 44. Suntron 45. Scanfil 46. Flash Electronics 47. Neways Electronics 48. Orient Semiconductor Electronics 49. Sinbon Electronics 50. Simclar Group 51. Kitron 52. SMTC 53. NOTE 54. Computime 55. BreconRidge 56. EPIC Technologies 57. VTech Communications 58. Vogt Electronics 59. COB Technologies 60. MC Assembly 61. DRS Laurel Technologies 62. LaBarge 63. Creation Technologies 64. Nu Visions Manufacturing 65. Saturn Electronics & Engineering 66. DDi 67. KeyTronic EMS 68. Mid-South Industries 69. Topscom 70. Sparton 71. Phoenix International 72. TT EMS 73. Sypris Electronics 74. SigmaTron International 75. Mack Technologies 76. ACT Electronics 77. Deswell Industries 78. Gul Technologies 79. Nortech Systems 80. Cofidur 81. The Morey Corporation 82. Micro Dynamics 83. Bulova Technologies 84. Victron 85. Columbia Tech 86. SMS Technologies 87. Raven Industries 88. Innova Electronics 89. Express Manufacturing 90. Applied Technical Services 91. Riverside Electronics 92. Trivirix 93. Circuit Service 94. HEI 95. IntriCon 96. EIT 97. Total Electronics 98. Microtek 99. Computrol 100. EI Microcircuits Click here for the entire list
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