Computer and Electronic Product Manufacturing – 2024 U.S. Market Research Report

Publish Date: May 2024

This 63-page market research report provides a comprehensive analysis on the $360.4 billion computer and electronic product manufacturing market in the United States. With more than one hundred industry analyses and data sets, this report is one of the comprehensive assessments of the industry. The report covers 2015 to 2023, with forecasts for 2024 and 2028. The base data is sourced from extensive business surveys completed by the majority of companies in the computer and electronic product manufacturing industry.

This report has the in-depth industry insights you are looking for as it covers sales & expense trends, 26 expense categories, financial ratio benchmarks, extensive forecasts, inventory statistics, 31 balance sheet benchmarks, company segmentation analysis, top 50 companies analysis, material costs analysis, profitability metrics, state statistics, plant utilization, employee role analysis, inflation trend benchmarks, wage analysis, in-depth productivity analysis, and much more.

Computer and Electronic Product Manufacturing Report


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The 2024 U.S. Computer and Electronic Product Manufacturing Industry Market Research Report is 63 pages of deep insights into the trends, dynamics, and forecasts shaping the industry. Professionals leverage this report to develop a deep factual understanding of the market for business planning, forecasting, OPEX benchmarking, industry analysis, growth initiatives, financial analysis, plant capacity planning, market analysis, business valuations, organizational benchmarking, sales & marketing analysis, productivity benchmarking, identifying operational efficiencies, wage and pay analysis, and more.

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Industry Definition


Industries in the Computer and Electronic Product Manufacturing subsector group companies that manufacture computers, computer peripherals, communications equipment, and similar electronic products, and companies that manufacture components for such products. The Computer and Electronic Product Manufacturing industries have been combined in the hierarchy of NAICS because of the economic significance they have attained. Their rapid growth suggests that they will become even more important to the economies of all three North American countries in the future, and in addition their manufacturing processes are fundamentally different from the manufacturing processes of other machinery and equipment. The design and use of integrated circuits and the application of highly specialized miniaturization technologies are common elements in the production technologies of the computer and electronic subsector. Convergence of technology motivates this NAICS subsector. Digitalization of sound recording, for example, causes both the medium (the compact disc) and the equipment to resemble the technologies for recording, storing, transmitting, and manipulating data. Communications technology and equipment have been converging with computer technology. When technologically-related components are in the same sector, it makes it easier to adjust the classification for future changes, without needing to redefine its basic structure. The creation of the Computer and Electronic Product Manufacturing subsector will assist in delineating new and emerging industries because the activities that will serve as the probable sources of new industries, such as computer manufacturing and communications equipment manufacturing, or computers and audio equipment are brought together. As new activities emerge, they are less likely therefore, to cross the subsector boundaries of the classification. 

NAICS Code: 334

Total # of Companies: 10,488

Total # of Factories / Facilities: 11,580

Industry Employees: 827,668

Market Size: $360.4 billion

Product Lines Covered


Navigational, measuring, electromedical, and control instruments manufacturing
Semiconductor and other electronic component manufacturing
Communications equipment manufacturing
Computer and peripheral equipment manufacturing
Manufacturing and reproducing magnetic and optical media

Table of Contents


Review the table of contents of the Computer and Electronic Product Manufacturing Report below to understand the extensive statistical data sets in this report and why thousands of executives, consultants, bankers, accountants, and other professionals trust Kentley Insights for their market research needs.


1-2 – Report Overview & Contents

3 – Industry Overview
– Data Sources
– Industry Definition & Examples

4 – Industry Synopsis – Revenue & Growth

5 – Industry Synopsis – Costs & Profitability

SECTION ONE
REVENUE & GROWTH ANALYSIS

7 – Market Size Details
– Industry Revenues
– Companies
– Facilities
– Trend Analysis 2015-2023
– 2024 & 2028 Forecasts

8 – Growth Benchmarks
– Sales per Company
– Sales per Plant
– Plants per Company
– Trend Analysis 2015-2023
– 2024 & 2028 Forecasts

9 – Product Lines Revenue
– Percentage of Revenue from Product Lines

10 – BCG Matrix – Net Income vs. Revenue Growth
– Subsectors vs. Industry

11 – Total Industry Sales by Month & Year
– 2019-2023 Sales per Month

12 – Inventory Value by Month & Year
– Inventory Value per Month for 2019-2023

13 – Months of Inventory
– Months of Inventory per Month for 2019-2023

14 – Sector Revenue by Segments
– Concentration Segments by Top Companies
– Business Size Segments
– Business Structure Segments

15 – Market Size by State
– Industry Revenue by State and Rankings

16 – Market Size as a % of State GDP
– Sales as a Percentage

17 – Industry Sales as a % of State Manufacturing
– Sales as a % of Income

18 – Industry Segmentation by Business Size
– Sales as a % of Income

19 – Industry Segmentation by Business Size
– Business Size Segments – 1-4, 5-9, 10-20, 21-50, 51-100, 101-250, & 250+ employees
– Companies, Facilities, Sales, Employees & Payroll

20 – Industry Segmentation by Concentration (Top 50 Companies)
– Concentration Segments – Top 4, 5-8, 9-20, & 21-50 companies
– Companies, Facilities, Sales, Employees & Payroll

21 – Industry Market Share of Top 50 Companies
– Market Share & Total Revenue for 2018 versus 2023

22 – Subsector Market Share of Top 50 Companies
– Market Share & Total Revenue for 2018 versus 2023

23 – Industry Segmentation by Business Structure
– Business Structure Segments – C-Corporations, S-Corporations, Partnerships, & Sole Proprietorships
– Companies, Facilities, Sales, Employees & Payroll

24 – Revenue per Company by State
– Revenue per Company

25 – Revenue per Company by Segments
– Business Size, Concentration, & Structure

26 – Revenue per Facility by State
– Sales per Facility & State Ranking

27 – Revenue per Facility by Segment
– Business Size, Concentration, & Structure

28 – Subsector Growth
– Sales and 5-Year Growth

29 – Subsector Statistics
– Sales per Company & Facility, and 5-Year Growth

30 – Consolidation Analysis
– 5-Year Growth of Companies & Locations

31 – Employment Consolidation Analysis
– 5-Year Growth of Employee Statistics

32 – Subsector Consolidation Analysis
– Number of Companies
– Number of Facilities
– 5-Year Growth

33 – Subsector Consolidation Analysis
– Facilities per Company
– Employees per Company
– 5-Year Growth

SECTION TWO
COST, CAPITAL & PROFIT BENCHMARKS

35 – Profitability & Financial Ratio Analysis
– Percent of Companies that are Profitable
– Average Net Income as a Percent of Revenue
– 10 of the Top Financial Ratios

Page 36 – Balance Sheet Metrics
– Assets and Liabilities indexed to industry revenue at 100
– Current & Non-Current Assets: Cash, Notes & Accounts Receivable, Allowance for Bad Debts, Inventories, Treasuries & Securities, Other Current Assets, Loans to Shareholders / Mortgage, Other Investments, Depreciable Assets, Accumulated Depreciation, Land, Intangible Assets (Amortizable), Accumulated Amortization, Other Assets
– Short-term, Long-term Liabilities, & Net Worth: Accounts Payable, Mortgages, Notes, Bonds due in less than 1 Yr., Other Current Liabilities, Loans from Shareholders, Mortgages, Notes, Bonds > 1 Yr., Other Liabilities, Capital Stock, Additional Paid-in Capital, Retained Earnings, Cost of Treasury Stock

37 – OPEX
– Industry OPEX
– Industry Revenue vs. OPEX Growth
– OPEX as a Percent of Revenue
– Trend Analysis 2015-2023
– 2024 & 2028 Forecasts

38 – OPEX by Company & Plant
– OPEX per Company
– OPEX per Facility
– Revenue vs. Expenses Growth per Plant
– Trend Analysis 2015-2023
– 2024 & 2028 Forecasts

Page 39 – OPEX Detail
– Employee Expenses: payroll, insurance, pension, defined contribution plans, fringe benefits, temps
– Cost of Materials: materials, parts, containers, packaging, cost of resale, electricity and fuels, contract work
– Buildings and Equipment: capex for equipment, rental or lease for equipment, capex for buildings and structures, rental or leases, repair and maintenance
– Other Operating Expenses: professional and technical services, IT software and hardware, data processing and communications, advertising, refuse removal, taxes and license fees, other
-Inventory Breakdown: finished goods, work-in-progress, materials and supplies

40 – Production Material Costs
– Top Production Material Costs Breakdown
– % of Total Production Material Cost

41 – Producer Pricing Index
– Annual PPI – Indexed to 2006
– Trend Analysis 2015-2023
– 2024 & 2028 Forecasts
– Monthly PPI Figures for the Past 4 Years

42 – Plant Utilization & Hours
– Plant Utilization Rate
– Plant Operational Hours per Week
– 2020-2023 Historical Figures by Quarter

43 – Reasons for Non-Full Production
– 7 Categories Quarterly Survey Results for Past 2 Years

44 – Productivity & Industry Employment
– Revenue per Employee
– Total Industry Employees
– Employees per Company
– Trend Analysis 2015-2023
– 2024 & 2028 Forecasts

45 – Employee Productivity by Segments
– Business Size, Concentration, & Structure

46 – Employee Productivity by State
– Revenue per Employee

47 –Subsector Sales & Payroll per Employee
– Absolute & 5-Year Growth

48 – Industry Payroll
– Payroll per Employee
– Payroll per Company
– Payroll per Plant
– Trend Analysis 2015-2023
– 2024 & 2028 Forecasts

49 – Payroll per Company by Segments
– Business Size, Concentration, & Structure

50 – Payroll per Plant by Segments
– Business Size, Concentration, & Structure

51 – Payroll per Employee by Segments
– Business Size, Concentration, & Structure

52 – Payroll per Employee by State
– Payroll per Employee

53 – Organizational Composition
– % of Employees for 27 Job Categories
– Management & Finance
– Sales & Marketing
– Technology, Engineering, Science
– Service, Support & Training
– Operations

54 – Job Categorization Pay Ranges
– Management & Finance
– Sales, Service & Marketing
– Operations
– Pay Bands – Bottom 10% & 25%, Mean, Top 25% & 10%

55 – Top 20 Jobs Breakdown
– Percent of Total Employees

56 – Top 20 Jobs Pay
– Pay Bands – Bottom 10% & 25%, Mean, Top 25% & 10%

57 – Employees per Company by Segments
– Business Size, Concentration, & Structure

58 – Employees per Plant by Segments
– Business Size, Concentration, & Structure

59 – Facilities per Company by Segments
– Business Size, Concentration, & Structure

60 – Total Employment by State
– Number of Employees

61 – Population to Every Employee by State
– Number of Residents to Industry Employee
– State Rankings

62 – Employees per Facility by State
– Average Number of Employees per Facility
– State Rankings

63 – Overview of Kentley Insights


Data Sources & Forecast Methodology


The data source for the report is extensive annual expense, revenue, wage, operational, and economic surveys administered by federal and private institutions and filled out by a majority of companies in the computer and electronic product manufacturing industry. The forecasts in the report are modeled by our research analysts using the latest economic forecasts, industry analysis, and historical trends.

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Report: Computer and Electronic Product Manufacturing Industry Market Research Report

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Industry Jobs Analyzed


Electrical, Electronics, and Electromechanical Assemblers
Software Developers and Programmers
Electrical and Electronics Engineers
Engineering Technicians, Except Drafters
Miscellaneous Assemblers and Fabricators
Industrial Engineers, Including Health and Safety
Inspectors, Testers, Sorters, Samplers, and Weighers
Sales Representatives, Wholesale and Manufacturing
Semiconductor Processors
Mechanical Engineers
First-Line Supervisors of Production and Operating Workers
Architectural and Engineering Managers
General and Operations Managers
Computer Hardware Engineers
Buyers and Purchasing Agents
Computer Support Specialists
Marketing and Sales Managers
Secretaries and Administrative Assistants
Machinists
Customer Service Representatives

Material Cost Categories


Cost of all other materials and components, parts, containers, and supplies consumed
Materials, ingredients, containers, and supplies, nsk
Semiconductors, including transistors, diodes, rectifiers, and integrated circuits for electronic circuitry, and related devices
Printed circuit assemblies, loaded boards, and modules (printed circuit boards with inserted electronic components)
Computer and peripheral equipment, including parts, attachments, and accessories
Electronic comm systems and equip., including wireless, radio, tv, satellite, airborne transmitters and receivers
Other electronic components, including crystals, filters, LCD screens, transducers, mechanical switches, microwave, etc.
Instruments for measuring and testing electricity and electrical signals, including parts and accessories
Printed circuit boards (without inserted components) for electronic circuitry
Misc. fabricated metal products (excluding hardware, containers, screw machine, bearing components, castings, forgings, and wire)
Capacitors, resistors, coils, transformers, and other inductors
Plastics products (including packaging, foam products, film, sheet, rod, tube, fabricated shapes, bottles, etc.)
Doped chemicals, and other doped materials for electronic use
Silicon chips
Nonferrous metal shapes, forms, sheet, strip, powder, and wire (excluding castings / forgings), excluding aluminum and copper
Thermoplastic and thermosetting resins and plastics materials
All basic organic and inorganic chemicals, excluding petrochemicals
Copper and copper-base alloy wire products
Sheet metal products, excluding stampings
Metal forgings

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