What role do OEMs play in the manufacturing business?

OEMs, or Original Equipment Manufacturers, are essential in the manufacturing industry. They create particular parts or components for other companies' products, maintaining quality and compatibility.

Why are OEM products less expensive?

OEM products usually cost less because manufacturers sell OEM products in bulk. This practice eliminates retail markups and packaging expenses and often leads to lower prices for end consumers.

What’s the outlook for the OEM industry?

The future of the OEM industry appears bright, with ongoing adaptation to emerging technologies and evolving consumer needs. Key sectors, such as automotive, electronics, and software, contribute to sustained growth, ensuring the industry's relevance and continued expansion.

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