Thick-Film Resistor Market Hanging In There


MarketsandMarkets’ research report, "Thick Film Resistor Market by Industry & Resistor Type (Automotive, Electrical & Electronics & Telecommunication), Resistor Type (Thick Film & Shunt), Vehicle Type (ICE, Electric & Hybrid Vehicles) and Region - Global Forecast to 2025", indicates that the market is projected to grow at a CAGR of 5.06% to reach a market size of $615 million by 2025 from $435 million in 2018. Factors such as increasing adoption of advanced technologies in automotive industry, increasing adoption of 4G/5G networks, and rising demand for high-performance electronic and electrical systems are expected to fuel the demand for thick film power & shunt resistors.

High Notes

  • Thick Film Resistor is estimated to hold the largest share in the market, by resistor type.
  • Electrical & Electronics industry is estimated to be the fastest growing segment in Thick Film Resistor Market.
  • Asia Oceania: The largest region for thick film power& shunt resistor market for automotive industry.
  • Rising urbanization and upcoming smart city projects, especially in China and India, have boosted the growth of the electrical & electronics industry.
  • Prominent players in the thick-film resistor market include Yageo (Taiwan), KOA Corporation (Japan), Panasonic (Japan), Vishay (US), ROHM Semiconductor (Japan), TE Connectivity (Switzerland), Bourns (US), Viking Tech Corporation (Taiwan), and TT Electronics (UK). 

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