North American AMR/Electric Metering Markets: Cost of Materials to Manufacture AMR Systems

 

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AMR equipment manufacturers are price takers rather than price makers for the materials that go into manufacturing AMR devices. For each AMR technology, the key components necessary for the manufacture of the AMR devices have been examined and a brief description of the manufacturing capability of the AMR manufacturer is provided. The market is changing for electrical components as suppliers and distributors move operations to lower cost regions of the world, and as a new market player, the EMS company emerges to challenge the other market players. The recent economic downturn and slow recovery has affected AMR manufacturers very differently from most manufacturers of electronic devices.

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North American AMR/Electric Metering Markets: Cost of Materials to Manufacture AMR SystemsNorth American AMR/Electric Metering Markets: Key Components of AMRKey Components and Materials by AMR TechnologySources of Material and ComponentsOther Demands for Materials and ComponentsNorth American AMR/Electric Metering Markets: Outlook for AMR ComponentsFactors Affecting the Supply of the ComponentsOutlook for Cost of Materials for AMRAppendixDefinitions




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