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Zoom Telephonics, Inc.  (ZMTP)
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Zoom Telephonics's Suppliers Performance

ZMTP's Supply Chain

 
ZMTP Costs vs Sales of Suppliers Growth Zoom Telephonics's Suppliers recorded increase in sales by 4.94 % year on year in Q4 2018, sequentially sales grew by 75.53 %, Zoom Telephonics's cost of sales deteriorated by % year on year, compare to one quarter ago cost of sales fell by -10.83 % in Q4.

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Zoom Telephonics's Suppliers recorded increase in sales by 4.94 % year on year in Q4 2018, sequentially sales grew by 75.53 %, Zoom Telephonics's cost of sales deteriorated by -9.05 % year on year, compare to one quarter ago cost of sales fell by -10.83 % in Q4.

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Zoom Telephonics's Comment on Supply Chain


Our products are currently designed for high-volume automated assembly to help assure reduced costs, rapid market entry, short lead times, and reliability. High-volume assembly typically occurs in China or Taiwan. Our contract manufacturers and original design manufacturers typically obtain some or all of the material required to assemble the products based upon a Zoom Telephonics Approved Vendor List and Parts List. Our manufacturers typically insert parts onto the printed circuit board, with most parts automatically inserted by machine, solder the circuit board, and test the completed assemblies. The contract manufacturer sometimes performs final packaging. For the US and many other markets, packaging is often performed at our facilities in North America, allowing us to tailor the packaging and its contents for our customers immediately before shipping. This facility also performs warehousing, shipping, quality control, finishing and some software updates from time to time. We also perform circuit design, circuit board layout, and strategic component sourcing at our Boston headquarters. Wherever the product is built, our quality systems are used to help assure that the product meets our specifications.

Our North American facility is currently located in Tijuana, Mexico. From time to time we experience certain challenges associated with the Tijuana facility, specifically relating to bringing products across the border between the US and Mexico. We believe that this facility assists us in cost-effectively providing rapid response to the needs of our US customers.

Historically we have used one primary manufacturer for a given design. We sometimes maintain back-up production tooling at a second manufacturer for our highest-volume products. Our manufacturers are normally adequate to meet reasonable and properly planned production needs; but a fire, natural calamity, strike, financial problem, or other significant event at an assembler's facility could adversely affect our shipments and revenues. In 2017, one supplier provided 97% of our purchased inventory. The loss of a key supplier, or a material adverse change in a key supplier’s business or in our relationship with a key supplier, could materially and adversely harm our business.

Our products include a large number of parts, most of which are available from multiple sources with varying lead times. However, most of our products include a sole-sourced chipset as the most critical component of the product. The vast majority of our cable and DSL modem chipsets come exclusively from Broadcom. Most of our cellular products include a Gemalto module. Our dial-up modem chipsets come exclusively from Conexant. Serious problems at Broadcom, including long chipset lead-times, would significantly reduce Zoom’s shipments.

We have experienced delays in receiving shipments of modem chipsets in the past, and we may experience such delays in the future. Moreover, we cannot assure that a chipset supplier will, in the future, sell chipsets to us in quantities sufficient to meet our needs or that we will purchase the specified dollar amount of products necessary to receive concessions and incentives from a chipset supplier. An interruption in a chipset supplier's ability to deliver chipsets, a failure of our suppliers to produce chipset enhancements or new chipsets on a timely basis and at competitive prices, a material increase in the price of the chipsets, our failure to purchase a specified dollar amount of products or any other adverse change in our relationship with modem component suppliers could have a material adverse effect on our results of operations.

We are also subject to price fluctuations in our cost of goods. Our costs may increase if component shortages develop, lead-times stretch out, fuel costs rise, or significant delays develop due to labor-related issues.

We are also subject to the Restriction of Hazardous Substances Directive (“RoHS”) and Consumer Electronics Control (“CEC”) rules discussed above, which affect component sourcing, product manufacturing, sales, and marketing.

Zoom Telephonics's Comment on Supply Chain


Our products are currently designed for high-volume automated assembly to help assure reduced costs, rapid market entry, short lead times, and reliability. High-volume assembly typically occurs in China or Taiwan. Our contract manufacturers and original design manufacturers typically obtain some or all of the material required to assemble the products based upon a Zoom Telephonics Approved Vendor List and Parts List. Our manufacturers typically insert parts onto the printed circuit board, with most parts automatically inserted by machine, solder the circuit board, and test the completed assemblies. The contract manufacturer sometimes performs final packaging. For the US and many other markets, packaging is often performed at our facilities in North America, allowing us to tailor the packaging and its contents for our customers immediately before shipping. This facility also performs warehousing, shipping, quality control, finishing and some software updates from time to time. We also perform circuit design, circuit board layout, and strategic component sourcing at our Boston headquarters. Wherever the product is built, our quality systems are used to help assure that the product meets our specifications.

Our North American facility is currently located in Tijuana, Mexico. From time to time we experience certain challenges associated with the Tijuana facility, specifically relating to bringing products across the border between the US and Mexico. We believe that this facility assists us in cost-effectively providing rapid response to the needs of our US customers.

Historically we have used one primary manufacturer for a given design. We sometimes maintain back-up production tooling at a second manufacturer for our highest-volume products. Our manufacturers are normally adequate to meet reasonable and properly planned production needs; but a fire, natural calamity, strike, financial problem, or other significant event at an assembler's facility could adversely affect our shipments and revenues. In 2017, one supplier provided 97% of our purchased inventory. The loss of a key supplier, or a material adverse change in a key supplier’s business or in our relationship with a key supplier, could materially and adversely harm our business.

Our products include a large number of parts, most of which are available from multiple sources with varying lead times. However, most of our products include a sole-sourced chipset as the most critical component of the product. The vast majority of our cable and DSL modem chipsets come exclusively from Broadcom. Most of our cellular products include a Gemalto module. Our dial-up modem chipsets come exclusively from Conexant. Serious problems at Broadcom, including long chipset lead-times, would significantly reduce Zoom’s shipments.

We have experienced delays in receiving shipments of modem chipsets in the past, and we may experience such delays in the future. Moreover, we cannot assure that a chipset supplier will, in the future, sell chipsets to us in quantities sufficient to meet our needs or that we will purchase the specified dollar amount of products necessary to receive concessions and incentives from a chipset supplier. An interruption in a chipset supplier's ability to deliver chipsets, a failure of our suppliers to produce chipset enhancements or new chipsets on a timely basis and at competitive prices, a material increase in the price of the chipsets, our failure to purchase a specified dollar amount of products or any other adverse change in our relationship with modem component suppliers could have a material adverse effect on our results of operations.

We are also subject to price fluctuations in our cost of goods. Our costs may increase if component shortages develop, lead-times stretch out, fuel costs rise, or significant delays develop due to labor-related issues.

We are also subject to the Restriction of Hazardous Substances Directive (“RoHS”) and Consumer Electronics Control (“CEC”) rules discussed above, which affect component sourcing, product manufacturing, sales, and marketing.


ZMTP's Suppliers Net Income grew by ZMTP's Suppliers Net margin grew in Q4 to
73.76 % 13.24 %


Zoom Telephonics, Inc.'s Suppliers Sales Growth in Q4 2018 by Industry

Suppliers in Chemical Manufacturing Industry -0.08 %   
Suppliers in Chemicals - Plastics & Rubber Industry      69.05 %
Suppliers in Aluminum Industry -22.87 %   
Suppliers in Iron & Steel Industry      10.98 %
Suppliers in Metal Mining Industry -1.52 %   
Suppliers in Miscellaneous Fabricated Products Industry      0.07 %
Suppliers in Aerospace & Defense Industry -82.93 %   
Suppliers in Miscellaneous Manufacturing Industry      5.46 %
Suppliers in Industrial Machinery and Components Industry -10.56 %   
Suppliers in Conglomerates Industry -6.15 %   
Suppliers in Electric & Wiring Equipment Industry      1.68 %
Suppliers in Laboratory Analytical Instruments Industry      6.03 %
Suppliers in Communications Equipment Industry -58.85 %   
Suppliers in Computer Hardware Industry      2.53 %
Suppliers in Electronic Instruments & Controls Industry      8.37 %
Suppliers in Scientific & Technical Instruments Industry      8.24 %
Suppliers in Semiconductors Industry      5.13 %
Suppliers in Software & Programming Industry      9.23 %
     
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ZMTP's vs. Suppliers, Data

(Revenue and Income for Trailing 12 Months, in Millions of $, except Employees)



COMPANY NAME TICKER MARKET CAP REVENUES INCOME EMPLOYEES
Zoom Telephonics, Inc. ZMTP 17 33 0 33
Agilent Technologies Inc. A 24,831 4,720 237 21,400
Applied Optoelectronics, Inc. AAOI 251 351 56 3,054
Aleris Corporation ALSDPK 0 2,985 -171 5,400
Applied Materials Inc AMAT 44,170 17,208 3,419 14,000
Ambarella Inc AMBA 1,582 228 -30 706
Applied Micro Circuits Corp AMCC 0 0 0 507
Advanced Micro Devices Inc AMD 28,760 5,992 197 10,671
Amkor Technology, Inc. AMKR 2,166 4,298 284 29,300
Air Products & Chemicals Inc APD 43,582 8,188 3,021 19,700
Aquantia Corp AQ 329 59 -2 253
Airgas Inc ARG 0 0 0 17,000
Arconic Inc. ARNC 10,080 11,192 947 41,500
Arris International Plc ARRS 5,851 6,709 90 8,700
Asml Holding Nv ASML 88,252 5,875 1,137 7,955
Astrotech Corp ASTC 15 23 -12 42
Advanced Semiconductor Engineering Inc ASX 44,447 9,799 826 0
Allegheny Technologies Incorporated ATI 3,552 3,638 -40 9,700
Atomera Inc ATOM 33 0 -13 16
Broadcom Inc. AVGO 134,302 21,310 6,515 0
Avx Corp AVX 3,142 1,562 5 10,200
Barnes Group Inc B 2,807 1,496 166 5,036
Bel Fuse Inc BELFA 50 496 -14 7,971
Bonso Electronics International Inc. BNSO 15 12 0 528
Broadcom Corp BRCM 0 0 0 8,000
BERKSHIRE HATHAWAY INC. BRK 0 0 0 316,000
Cavium, Inc. CAVM 6,006 985 -60 1,895
Cooper Industries, Ltd. CBE 0 0 0 0
Chase Corp CCF 856 294 39 677
Cabot Microelectronics Corp CCMP 3,293 548 73 1,179
Century Aluminum Co CENX 850 1,678 63 1,778
Comtech Telecommunications Corp CMTL 574 640 27 1,852
Cpi International Holding Corp. CPII 0 0 0 1,880
Cui Global, Inc. CUI 33 87 -12 352
Dupont E I De Nemours & Co DD 0 22,165 1,183 63,000
Dell Technologies Inc. DELL 19,849 90,621 -2,181 0
Danaher Corp DHR 90,501 32,969 2,695 71,000
Dover Corp DOV 16,969 8,730 1,003 27,000
Dow Chemical Co DOW 0 57,177 1,057 53,000
Emcore Corp EMKR 110 103 1 364
Eastman Chemical Co EMN 12,184 9,853 1,399 15,000
Emerson Electric Co EMR 45,987 12,499 1,393 103,500
Esco Technologies Inc ESE 1,905 726 76 3,254
Freeport-mcmoran Inc FCX 20,412 17,930 2,606 35,000
Finisar Corp FNSR 2,859 1,280 -57 13,000
Formfactor Inc. FORM 1,362 538 38 1,685
Fuller H B Co FUL 2,634 3,001 136 4,400
Gcp Applied Technologies Inc. GCP 2,085 1,109 564 2,900
Genuine Parts Co GPC 15,529 17,711 670 39,000
Harmonic Inc HLIT 477 365 -73 1,244
Hammer Fiber Optics Holdings Corp HMMR 32 1 -8 1
Honeywell International Inc HON 134,900 39,055 3,941 131,000
Hp Inc. HPQ 33,201 57,033 4,536 302,000
International Business Machines Corp IBM 127,033 79,591 8,728 379,592
Ii-vi Inc IIVI 2,752 1,111 93 0
Intel Corporation INTC 298,416 91,582 9,620 106,700
Kaiser Aluminum Corp KALU 1,811 1,430 35 2,760
Kla Tencor Corp KLAC 19,608 4,037 802 5,880
Kulicke & Soffa Industries Inc KLIC 1,771 809 126 2,778
Kmg Chemicals Inc KMG 1,211 466 65 626
Kvh Industries Inc De KVHI 166 160 -10 604
Kyocera Corp KYO 20,279 14,307 771 75,940
Lithium Exploration Group, Inc. LEXG 1 0 -3 2
U.s. Lithium Corp. LITH 28 0 0 1
Linear Technology Corp LLTC 0 1,317 426 4,868
Lam Research Corp LRCX 38,630 11,077 2,381 7,300
Lightwave Logic, Inc. LWLG 75 0 -6 10
Lsb Industries Inc LXU 175 385 -39 610
Microwave Filter Co Inc MFCO 1 3 0 37
Mellanox Technologies, Ltd. MLNX 6,424 926 31 2,448
3m Company MMM 134,108 32,250 4,149 89,800
Model N, Inc. MODN 535 148 -29 864
Marvell Technology Group Ltd MRVL 16,360 2,866 -179 3,749
Microsemi Corp MSCC 8,221 1,894 176 2,100
Arcelormittal MT 0 219,091 5,330 0
Materion Corp MTRN 1,243 1,208 21 2,550
Macom Technology Solutions Holdings, Inc. MTSI 1,078 642 -76 1,800
Maxim Integrated Products Inc MXIM 17,263 2,480 467 8,250
National Instruments Corp NATI 6,174 1,301 59 7,412
Novacopper Inc. NCQ 0 0 0 0
Newmont Mining Corp NEM 13,482 14,475 -2,716 13,700
Niocorp Developments Ltd NIOBF 98 0 11 0
Neophotonics Corp NPTN 298 290 -60 1,783
Netgear, Inc NTGR 1,120 1,428 9 1,008
Nutanix, Inc. NTNX 7,555 1,241 -390 2,813
Novelis Inc. NVLCN 0 11,462 622 11,970
Nivalis Therapeutics, Inc. NVLS 38 0 -18 0
On Semiconductor Corporation ON 9,967 2,737 4 34,000
PHELPS DODGE CORPORATION PD 0 0 0 0
Park Electrochemical Corp PKE 331 111 21 387
Pmc Sierra Inc PMCS 0 890 -32 1,442
Pentair Plc PNR 6,826 4,538 459 28,400
Parkervision Inc PRKR 4 0 -20 45
Ptc Inc. PTC 11,508 1,212 38 5,982
Praxair Inc PX 47,954 12,037 1,500 27,780
Pixelworks, Inc. PXLW 161 73 -8 215
Qlogic Corp QLGC 0 462 58 927
Qorvo, Inc. QRVO 9,687 2,974 -40 8,300
Quicklogic Corporation QUIK 57 12 -15 89
Rare Element Resources Ltd REE 0 0 1 13
Richardson Electronics Ltd RELL 12 170 2 373
Real Industry, Inc. RELY 13 1,307 -109 1,700
Gibraltar Industries, Inc. ROCK 1,332 996 67 2,311
ROHM AND HAAS COMPANY ROH 0 0 0 0
Roper Technologies Inc ROP 36,441 4,724 1,025 10,137
Rpm International Inc RPM 8,128 5,521 220 13,394
Rise Gold Corp. RYES 7 0 0 1
Southern Copper Corp SCCO 31,716 6,912 889 13,414
Seachange International Inc SEAC 50 62 -38 286
Sealed Air Corp SEE 7,556 4,560 658 24,000
Sigma Designs Inc SIGM 6 66 -120 409
Semiconductor Manufacturing International Corp SMI 16,498 3,101 126 11,385
Semtech Corp SMTC 3,721 574 37 1,282
Surge Components Inc SPRS 14 34 3 38
Stillwater Mining Co SWC 0 0 0 1,432
Skyworks Solutions, Inc. SWKS 16,804 3,851 874 8,400
Taitron Components Inc TAIT 17 7 0 20
Thompson Creek Metals Co Inc. TC 956 153 -579 700
Teradyne, Inc TER 9,118 2,167 259 3,900
Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc. TMO 105,471 22,006 2,253 51,000
Trilogy Metals Inc. TMQ 356 0 21 7
Thomas & Betts Corporation TNB 0 0 0 0
Tower Semiconductor Ltd TSEM 1,836 1,387 302 5,641
Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co Ltd TSM 228,910 33,697 11,862 45,272
Torotel Inc TTLO 5 19 -2 138
Tyco International Plc TYC 0 0 0 57,000
U.s. Rare Earth Minerals, Inc USMN 52 0 0 1
Viavi Solutions Inc. VIAV 2,901 815 -4 3,500
Versum Materials, Inc. VSM 5,666 1,372 205 1,900
Memc Electronic Materials Inc WFR 0 0 0 0
Worthington Industries Inc WOR 4,612 3,841 157 10,500
United States Steel Corp X 2,928 13,139 538 34,680
Xilinx Inc XLNX 33,699 2,539 512 3,451
Xperi Corporation XPER 1,267 372 -79 700
Solitario Zinc Corp. XPL 0 0 -2 5
SUBTOTAL 2,183,364 1,119,659 87,168 2,566,112


             
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