Semiconductor Manufacturing Equipment Market
By Equipment Type (Front end equipment [Lithography equipment, Wafter equipment, Other front end equipment], Back End equipment [Assembly and Packaging Equipment, Wafer Testing Equipment, Other Backend Equipment])
By Dimension (2D,2.5D,3D),
By Supply chain (OSAT, IDM, Foundries),
By Product (Memory, Foundry, Discrete, Analog and other),
By Region (North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Latin America, Middle East & Africa):
Global Analysis and Forecast 2023-2033
The global semiconductor manufacturing equipment market to worth more than USD 265 Billion by 2033.
The rising usage of semiconductors in electronics, automotive, and data processing sectors is expected to increase the demand side of the semiconductor manufacturing equipment market. Also, the growing trend towards electric vehicles and Artificial Intelligence will increase the demand for this market worldwide because of the adoption of semiconductors in data processing centers for AI and EVs. The surge in demand for consumer devices is one of the major factors propelling the growth of the global market for semiconductor manufacturing equipment. Demand for complex and miniature semiconductor parts and components is rising in the consumer devices sector.
With the increasing acceptance of both 5G technology and EVs worldwide, the demand for semiconductors is expected to increase, and so is the need for its equipment. The market for equipment used in semiconductor manufacturing will also grow due to advances in ultra-violet lithography technology. The semiconductor industry's growth is also driven by the rising demand for semiconductor chips from manufacturers of consumer gadgets, medical devices, and sensor systems. The business is expanding as more people use consumer electronics like smartphones, laptops, televisions, and other gadgets. Because semiconductors are essential to many industries connected to consumer electronic goods, such as telecommunications, information technology, machine automation, power & solar photovoltaic, and others, the demand for production equipment is anticipated to increase. In the upcoming years, increased mobility, better connectivity, and rising digital content will all support market growth.
The companies operating within the industry are undergoing mergers, collaborations, acquisitions, long-term contracts, and service agreements. For instance, in Oct-2022, Applied Materials, Inc. collaborated with BE Semiconductor Industries N.V., a company that manufactures semiconductors. In Jan-2022, ASML Holding N.V. collaborated with Intel Corporation, a semiconductor chip manufacturer. This move would help in boosting semiconductor lithography technology.
According to the CXOs and primary research conducted, a rise in the adoption of EVs and new technologies like 5G, along with government support in developing and developed nations, would severely affect the demand for Semiconductor Manufacturing Equipment. With their vast database and network, IDM companies are constantly looking for new breakthroughs in the business.
The Semiconductor Manufacturing Equipment market is analyzed across North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Latin America, and Middle East & Africa. In line with the analyzed region, the Asia-pacific region will witness the highest market growth, followed by Europe, Asia-Pacific, Latin America, and Middle East & Africa. The Asia-Pacific region holds a significant market share due primarily to the region's presence of quickly developing economies, rising demand for equipment for semiconductor manufacturing, the rapid expansion of the automotive and industrial electronics industries, the proliferation of Internet of Things (IoT) devices, the presence of significant players in Taiwan and China, growing demand for high-quality processing equipment for semi-conductive materials, and growing government initiatives to support the semiconductor industry. Major players operaiting in the market are ASML, ASM International, Applied Materials Inc, Canon Machinery Inc, Ferrotec Holdings Corporation, Hitachi High-Technologies Corporation, KLA Corporation, Lam Research Corporation, Plasma-Therm, Tokyo Electron Limited.