Electronic Components Market Grown by 1.1%

3 05 2011

The global electrical components and equipment market experienced an annual growth rate of 1.1 percent between 2005-2009, new figures reveal.

In 2009 alone the industry generated total revenues of 104.9 billion dollars, according to the ‘Global: Electronic and Supplies Industry Guide’ report by Research and Markets, Dublin.

The global electrical equipment manufacturers sector generated total revenues of 1,346.8 billion in 2009, which represents an annual growth rate of 0.5 percent in the period 2005-2009.

While the electronic manufacturing services market generated total revenues of 160 billion in 2009 which represented an annual growth rate of 4.3 percent over the same period.

The study also revealed the global semiconductor equipment market generated total revenues of 16 billion in 2009, and is expected to reach total revenue of 298.4 billion dollars in 2010.

Electronic Components Suppliers

Challenger Components is a recognised supplier of electronic components in the UK.  They specialise in three areas: Static Control, Connectors, and Cooling Solutions.

Static Control

Depending on the environment in which the client will be working, what equipment will be in use and in what way certain devices will be moved, can affect the static control solutions that are recommended to a particular customer.

Challenger Components works with the customer to identify which products would suit their needs and be the best static control solution.

Cooling Solutions

Challenger Components does the same for cooling solutions, and can supply products developed by leading manufactures such as ebm-papst who supply energy efficient fans and blowers to their customers.  These products, new on the market, aim to reduce the carbon footprint of industry players as well as consumers using air conditioning devices, while cutting the amount of energy used and reducing energy bills.

Visit: www.challengercomponents.com for more information, and to discuss your requirements in more detail.




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