Stay on top of industry trends with Jabil's exclusive Commodity insights
Jabil’s Global Commodity Intelligence is derived from our hundreds of subject matter experts in our commodity, sourcing, and engineering teams who manage more than $23 billion in direct material spend. Additional insights are collated via billions of daily data signals from thousands of market-leading suppliers across the electronics value chain.
Included in this subscription, you’ll benefit from “nowcasting” and forecasting with current, state-of-the-market, pricing, and supply trends integrated from real-world insights.
Subscribers have access to Jabil's digital Global Commodity Intelligence Portal with real-time alerts for impactful news. Published on a quarterly cycle, the reports are also available as PDFs in English, Chinese, and Japanese.
- Ceramic Capacitors
- Tantalum Capacitors
- Electrolytic / Film Capacitors
- Circuit Protection
- Analog Power / Signal Chain
- Standard Logic
- Volatile Memory – DRAM
- Volatile Memory – SRAM
- Non-Volatile Memory - NAND Flash
- Non-Volatile Memory - NOR Flash
- Non-Volatile Memory – EEPROM
- Solid State Drives
- Timing Devices
- Gold, Copper & Palladium
HIGH END SEMICONDUCTORS
- MCU / MCP / CHIPSET / ASIC / PROG LOGIC
- Ferrous Metals
- Non-Ferrous Metals: Nickel
- Non-Ferrous Metals: Aluminum
- Outlook for Engineered Resins
- Packaging in Asia
DISTRIBUTION PCB MECHANICALS
- Display, Power Supply and Fan
- Battery (Rechargeable)
- Cover Glass
- Optical Lens
- Die Cut Raw Material
Jabil has a valued reputation for being among the best in optimizing manufacturing and supply chain programs for hundreds of the world’s leading brands. Navigating a vast network of over 36,000 suppliers and managing more than 700,000 parts across all market segments provides Jabil a unique perspective into the dynamic landscape of global procurement.
At Jabil, our supply chain teams across the globe gather billions of data points on component availability and pricing, supplier lead times, logistics conditions, and other critical intelligence every day. As active procurement and supply chain practitioners, our insights come from decades of experience — not observation.