Need Help?
(888) 742-5060

In The News:

Electrical & Electronics Wholesalers Economic Report

2012 Wholesale Distribution Economic Reports: Electrical & Electronics Wholesalers

$119.00

Product Details

From Modern Distribution Management
Length: 22p
Instant PDF Download

For more information about this report, call Lindsay Konzak @ 1-888-742-5060 Ext. 112 or email lindsay@mdm.com.

The MDM Electrical and Electronics Wholesale Distribution Economic Report is the best source for accurate statistics on this sector, including segment and overall industry revenue trends, inventory levels, 2012 sales forecast, trends and other critical benchmark data on electrical and electronics wholesalers.

Executives who manage, sell to or invest in a wholesaler in the electrical and electronics sector need this annual report to stay on top of key economic and market trends for electrical and electronics wholesalers.

This report is produced by Modern Distribution Management, which has been researching and reporting on the wholesale distribution industry since 1967. MDM has used that experience to ensure an accurate and comprehensive picture of the electrical and electronics segment in this report.

view sample report

 

included

For Industry:

  1. Trend Data – Revenues, Inventories, Inventory-to-Sales Ratio, Total Employment, Average Annual Revenues per Employee and Average Weekly Earnings
  2. Sector Summary – 2011 Revenues, Percent of Industry Revenues, No. of Companies and Average Gross Margin (2010)
  3. Summary Trend Data - 2011 Actual Revenues, 2011 Real Revenues, Revenue Gap and 2011 Q4 Employment, in Percent Change vs. Previous Year
  4. Revenue Forecast Summary - 2011 Actual, 2012 Forecast, 2012 vs. 2011, in Percent Change in Revenues vs. Previous Year
  5. Sector Growth vs. U.S. GDP Growth - 2000: Q1 to 2011:Q4
  6. Employment Size Distribution of Wholesale Distribution Companies
  7. Actual Revenue Growth – Quarterly 2004 to Present
  8. Real Revenue Growth – Quarterly 2004 to Present
  9. Employment Growth – Quarterly 2004 to Present
  10. Inventory-to-Sales Ratio – 3-Month Moving Average with Trendline

Sector-Specific:

  1. Trend Data – Revenues, Inventories, Inventory-to-Sales Ratio, Total Employment, Average Annual Revenues per Employee and Average Weekly Earnings
  2. Sub-Sector Summary - Estimated 2011 Revenues, Percent of Sector Revenues, No. of Companies and No. of Branches
  3. Sub-Sector Summary Statistics - Average Sales per Company, Average Sales per Branch, Average Sales per Employee and Average Gross Margin (2010)
  4. Share of Revenue by End-Customer Market
  5. Employment Size Distribution of Wholesale Distribution Companies
  6. Actual Revenue Growth – Quarterly 2004 to Present
  7. Real Revenue Growth – Quarterly 2004 to Present
  8. Employment Growth – Quarterly 2004 to Present
  9. Inventory-to-Sales Ratio - 3-Month Moving Average with Trendline

Report Excerptstarburst-2

pdf icon View more details and charts in this sample report.

Revenues for wholesale distributors in the Electrical and Electronics sector were $372.1 billion in 2011, an increase of 7.4% compared to 2010. MDM forecasts that revenue will grow by XX.X% in 2012. This sector represented 8.0% of total wholesale distribution industry.

This large sector includes four distinct subsectors, each of which operates in...

can do

  • Plan strategically for the year ahead with accurate current and forward-looking data on your wholesale distribution line of trade.
     
  • Benchmark your performance. Learn how much sales and sales per employee have changed in your line of trade; how much weekly earnings have changed; which distribution niches are producing the highest (and lowest) gross margins; and how many companies are competing in each of these niches. You'll see how sales, employment and inventories have fared in your line, quarter-by-quarter.
     
  • Gain an advantage over your competitors by better understanding where higher-margin opportunities exist in your line of wholesale distribution.


WDER_WhatOthersSay

"These reports are the best source of information I've seen to get a quick snapshot of where a particular wholesaler-distributor stands relative to peers and to other wholesaler-distributors in other sub-sectors."

- Jim Miller, Managing Director, Supply Chain Equity Partners

addtocartSmall

Look Inside

 


Email This Page
Partner Center