Rising Material and Labor Costs Challenge Electronics Manufacturers Worldwide

Crisis in Ukraine poses several threats to global manufacturing industry
New data from IPC show that high material and labor costs are expected to continue for the foreseeable future while recruiting and retaining skilled talent continues to be a challenge.

Rising Material and Labor Costs Continue to Plague Global Electronics Manufacturing Supply Chain

Ease of recruitment and profit margins declining, along with inventories
IPC’s January 2022 global electronics manufacturing supply chain sentiment report found that materials and labor costs continue to be the largest issue facing the electronics supply chain, with

Current Conditions for the Electronics Supply Chain Remain Challenging

IPC has issued two new industry intelligence reports today: the December sentiment of the global electronics manufacturing supply chain report an

Electronics Manufacturing Outlook Continues to Darken, Prices Increase as Component Shortage Drags On

New Global Study from IPC Finds 9 in 10 Manufacturers Report Rising Costs, Vast Majority See Lack of Qualified Talent in North America and Globally
A new global survey found that the global shortage of semiconductors and other components continues to have serious consequences for electronics manufac

Component Shortages are Driving Production Delays and Higher Costs for Manufacturers, According to a New Global Industry Survey

IPC found the electronics industry sees no immediate end to shortage woes, 58% expect problem to linger until late 2022 or beyond
A new global survey found that electronics manufacturers continue to be harmed by the global shortage in semiconductors and other components, parts and material