JBL » Topics » We depend on industries that utilize electronics components, which continually produce technologically advanced products with short life cycles; our inability to continually manufacture such products on a cost-effective basis would harm our business.

This excerpt taken from the JBL 10-Q filed Jul 10, 2006.

We depend on industries that utilize electronics components, which continually produce technologically advanced products with short life cycles; our inability to continually manufacture such products on a cost-effective basis would harm our business.

Factors affecting the industries that utilize electronics components in general could seriously harm our customers and, as a result, us. These factors include:

 

    The inability of our customers to adapt to rapidly changing technology and evolving industry standards, which result in short product life cycles.

 

    The inability of our customers to develop and market their products, some of which are new and untested, the potential that our customers’ products may become obsolete or the failure of our customers’ products to gain widespread commercial acceptance.

 

    Recessionary periods in our customers’ markets.

If any of these factors materialize, our business would suffer.

 

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In addition, if we are unable to offer technologically advanced, cost effective, quick response manufacturing services to customers, demand for our services will also decline. A substantial portion of our net revenue is derived from our offering of complete service solutions for our customers. For example, if we fail to maintain high-quality design and engineering services, our net revenue may significantly decline.

This excerpt taken from the JBL 10-Q filed Apr 7, 2006.

We depend on industries that utilize electronics components, which continually produce technologically advanced products with short life cycles; our inability to continually manufacture such products on a cost-effective basis would harm our business.

Factors affecting the industries that utilize electronics components in general could seriously harm our customers and, as a result, us. These factors include:

 

    The inability of our customers to adapt to rapidly changing technology and evolving industry standards, which result in short product life cycles.

 

    The inability of our customers to develop and market their products, some of which are new and untested, the potential that our customers’ products may become obsolete or the failure of our customers’ products to gain widespread commercial acceptance.

 

    Recessionary periods in our customers’ markets.

If any of these factors materialize, our business would suffer.

In addition, if we are unable to offer technologically advanced, cost effective, quick response manufacturing services to customers, demand for our services will also decline. A substantial portion of our net revenue is derived from our offering of complete service solutions for our customers. For example, if we fail to maintain high-quality design and engineering services, our net revenue may significantly decline.

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