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January 2022

  • EPS News
    Obsolescence Throws Another Curve Ball in the Supply Chain
    According to EPS News, obsolescence of parts has become a real problem for the industry which is already experiencing the supply chain squeeze.
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    According to EPS News, obsolescence of parts has become a real problem for the industry which is already experiencing the supply chain squeeze.
  • IPC
    Supply Chain Challenges Continue to Hamper Electronics Production - IPC's January 2022 Economic Report
    IPC’s January 2022 Economic Outlook report finds that supply chain challenges remain acute and have improved little from the previous month.
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    IPC’s January 2022 Economic Outlook report finds that supply chain challenges remain acute and have improved little from the previous month.
  • IPC
    Rising Material & Labour Costs Continue to Plague Global Electronics Manufacturing Supply Chain
    IPC's January 2022 global electronics manufacturing supply chain sentiment report has found that material and labour costs continue to be the largest issue facing the electronics supply chain.
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    IPC's January 2022 global electronics manufacturing supply chain sentiment report has found that material and labour costs continue to be the largest issue facing the electronics supply chain.

December 2021

  • Electronics outlook for 2022 by EPS News, Sourceman Resources
    Electronics Outlook for 2022 - View from EPS News
    An insightful take by EPS News, on the economic outlook for electronics manufacturing, including forecasts of industry trends up to 2025.
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    An insightful take by EPS News, on the economic outlook for electronics manufacturing, including forecasts of industry trends up to 2025.
  • IPC Dec Sentiment Global Electronics Manufacturing, Sourceman Resources
    The Current Sentiment of the Global Electronics Manufacturing Supply Chain
    IPC's monthly sentiment study finds nine in ten electronics manufacturers report rising material costs with nearly three-fourths reporting rising labour costs.
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    IPC's monthly sentiment study finds nine in ten electronics manufacturers report rising material costs with nearly three-fourths reporting rising labour costs.
  • IPC
    IPC's December Economic Outlook Report forecasts 2022 to be a historically strong year
    According to this month's Economic Outlook Report, supply chain disruptions have resulted in unfilled pent-up demand that should help carry growth into the first half of 2022.
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    According to this month's Economic Outlook Report, supply chain disruptions have resulted in unfilled pent-up demand that should help carry growth into the first half of 2022.

November 2021

  • IPC North American Advanced semiconductor packaging analysis, Sourceman Resources
    IPC Report Calls for U.S Government Investment in Advanced Packaging
    The latest report from IPC - A thorough, data-driven analysis of the global semiconductor and advanced packaging ecosystem and made 28 recommendations to address capability and capacity gaps within North America.
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    The latest report from IPC - A thorough, data-driven analysis of the global semiconductor and advanced packaging ecosystem and made 28 recommendations to address capability and capacity gaps within North America.
  • onsemi acquires GT Advanced Technologies, Sourceman Resources
    Onsemi Completes Acquisition of GT Advanced Technologies
    Onsemi has completed its acquisition of GT Advanced Technologies, a producer of silicon carbide (SiC); thus enhancing its ability to secure & grow supply of SiC.
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    Onsemi has completed its acquisition of GT Advanced Technologies, a producer of silicon carbide (SiC); thus enhancing its ability to secure & grow supply of SiC.
  • IPC November Global Study on Rising Manufacturing Costs, Sourceman Resources
    Electronics Manufacturing Outlook Continues to Darken, Prices Increase as Component Shortage Drags On, New Global Study from IPC
    New global study from IPC indicates 9 in 10 manufacturers are reporting rising costs due to the global shortage of components as well as the vast majority facing difficulty in finding qualified talent.
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    New global study from IPC indicates 9 in 10 manufacturers are reporting rising costs due to the global shortage of components as well as the vast majority facing difficulty in finding qualified talent.