The European EMS Industry - A Strategic Analysis of the Top 50 European Electronic Manufacturing Services Industry

The European EMS Industry - A Strategic Analysis of the Top 50 European Electronic Manufacturing Services Industry

  • February 2021 •
  • 172 pages •
  • Report ID: 6021541 •
  • Format: PDF
The German Zollner Group remained the leading European-owned EMS provider based on global revenues with estimated EMS revenues of Euro 1,375 million in 2019. Following the completion of Asteelflash’s acquisition by the Chinese company Universal Scientific Industrial, the Hungarian EMS provider VIDEOTON was second, followed by Enics, Scanfil and Neways. The Top 5 all reported revenues over Euro 500 million in 2019 while the companies ranked between 6th and 12th all achieved revenues over Euro 300 million.

GPV following the acquisition of the Swiss company CCS Holdings in 2019 is ranked 6th with three French companies - .éolane, LACROiX Electronics and ALL Circuits, the German company KATEK and Norway’s Kitron all in the top 10.

The completion by KATEK of the acquisition of fellow German EMS Leesys in January 2021 will result in a group with revenues of around Euro 500 million, and the second largest EMS in Germany.

Kitron, duotec, Elemaster, TT Electronics, HANZA, Scanfil and Inission have all completed targeted acquisitions in 2018-2020 and it is expected that further acquisitions will take place over the next 2/3 years as companies look to strengthen their operations in both Europe and globally.

Although we are seeing the emergence of a number of larger European companies the major global players continue to dominate the European EMS industry. In 2019, the Top 3 – Foxconn, Flex and Jabil – accounted for 39% of EMS revenues generated in the region. In addition, the North American companies - Sanmina, Celestica, Kimball Electronics and Plexus - as well as the Philippines headquartered Integrated Micro-Electronics are all ranked in the Top 25 European EMS providers and will provide significant competition for the larger pan -European groups.

The Eleventh Edition of The European EMS Industry - A Strategic Analysis of the Top 50 EMS Providers provides a detailed overview of the key companies impacting the European EMS industry. This comprehensive report provides:
- A ranking of the Top 50 European EMS providers in 2019.
- A ranking of the Top 50 European-owned EMS providers in 2019 based on global revenues.
- Detailed profiles of the Top 50 European EMS providers, the leading EMS companies in Israel and the Top 10 non-European including an outline of their operations and latest company developments.
- A summary of key European EMS acquisitions and strategic alliances for 2011-2020.
- An overview of the European EMS market for 2019-2024.

Who will benefit
The Electronics Manufacturing Services (EMS) industry report is essential research for all areas of the electronics industry including: 
Distributors and manufacturers of electronic components and materials - the profiles and directory provide a detailed analysis of potential customers.
Production equipment suppliers – the profiles and directory provide a detailed analysis of potential customers ,

OEMs – A comprehensive guide to the major EMS companies in Europe in detail. Allows the user to quickly identify the key players by location, size and core capabilities.

EMS – provides detailed competitor analysis on the key 60 European EMS providers
Other organizations which will benefit from the report include:
Government, including investment organizations
Financial and industry analysts
Academic institutes & universities tracking developments in the electronics industry.
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