Global Printed Circuit Board (PCB) 2019 Market Share, Trends, Segmentation & Forecast To 2024

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Global Printed Circuit Board (PCB) Industry Market Research Report

Market Overview:

Printed circuit board (PCB) refers to the hardware component which acts as a support board onto which the electronic or electrical components are attached by soldering them onto it. PCBs have conductive tracks, pads, and junctions which are etched from one or more layers of copper sheets separated by a non-conductive substrate. The main advantage of a PCB is that while it prevents short-circuiting and the problem of tangling of wires, it also makes a wide circuit network very compact and easy to monitor and mount.

The report on the global printed circuit board (PCB) market gives an overview of the industry with the definition, applications and manufacturing technology. The main factors affecting the market would be the rate of development of the technologies associated with it and the expansion and penetration of the market. With the digitization of almost everything nowadays, the electronics industry would be looking at sustained growth. The research looks into the current trends and developments in the market and also gives a forecast up to the year 2023.

The report gives a look into the global market in terms of consumption, revenue, gross margin, and the cost of production. Profiling the key players and key markets, along with a SWOT analysis, the report aims to study their market shares and contribution and standings. The CAGR and the market value and volume are also analysed based on the collected data. The various economic and demographic factors affecting the market both at the global and regional level, based on the segments, have been covered.

Major Players in Printed Circuit Board(Pcb) market are:
Fujikura
Unimicron
AT&S
Young Poong Group
TTM Technologies
Sumitomo Electric SEI
Meiko
Founder PCB
Aoshikang
Chin Poon
Shennan Circuit
HannStar Board (GBM)

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Market Segmentation:

The segmentation in the printed circuit board (PCB) market is mainly based on two aspects – product type and the downstream application at the user end. The product spectrum mainly includes the types namely Flex, Mirovia (HDI), Rigid-flex and other such types based on the build and features. The other segmentation based on the downstream fields and industrial applications would be into Communications Equipment, Electronics, Automotive, and Computers. All the industries and fields that use electronics and hardware invariably require the use of printed circuit board (PCB). The market value (USD Million) and volume (Units Million) data for each segment and sub-segment have been included in the report to give an understanding of the market status.

Regional Analysis:

The report provides an evaluation of the printed circuit board (PCB) market, studying the current scenario of the industry worldwide, with a specialized focus on the China market. It also chalks an outline of the market in view of the trends and developments worldwide along with the numerous technological inventions. The key regions covered are North and South America, Europe, India, China, Japan, the Middle East, and Africa. The report does a SWOT analysis of each of the regions and the local markets and industries. The competitive landscape including the market share of major players, along with the new projects and strategies in these regions have also been covered.

Industry News:

With the rapid and unbridled developments on the technological front, the latest invention in circuit board technology would be the Silicon-Interconnect Fibre (Si-FI). These are set to replace the traditional PCBs with their compact design and lower power consumption and faster transfer speeds. But the good old printed circuit board (PCB) still have an edge with the various advantages such as cheaper production, easier assembly, durability, and easier error detection and rectification.

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