The primary challenges that electronics manufacturing service (EMS) providers faced in 2021 were many and included a myriad of component shortages, inflationary pricing, logistics challenges and COVID-19 restrictions and closures across multiple geographies. With average lead times for many electronic components extending rapidly from a standard 12-16 weeks to more than 40 weeks, EMS providers and their end customers have been challenged to stay ahead of the increasing trend and source all of the components needed to complete end product builds.
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