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Top 50 contract manufacturers ranked

4/12/2011 11:35 AM EDT
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Caner-John   3/29/2013 12:31:46 AM
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docdivakar   4/25/2011 7:16:50 PM
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@Peter Clarke: is there any change in the list from last year or the year before? I would have expected Flextronics to stay on the top (particularly after buying out rival Solectron) but it looks like Hon Hai (FoxConn parent) is holding its own in spite of the negative news in the media. Dr. MP Divakar

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Sanjib.A   4/13/2011 5:50:48 PM
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This is a very useful information...thanks! How are they ranked, based on what criterions? Is there a summary of performances against those criterions for these companies available? How often this ranking is revised? Yearly?

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eewiz   4/13/2011 4:04:36 AM
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"It is notable that there are no European- or Japan-headquartered companies in the top 10" Probably because most top Japanese companies have their own manufacturing facilities. I would be interested to see the profit margins of these companies.

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