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DMASS Europe e.V.

DMASS is a European industry association that collects data of the European components distribution market. DMASS (until Dec 31, 2022 as DMASS Ltd., since January 1, 2023 as DMASS Europe e.V.) was founded in 1989.

In its 35 years of existence DMASS has become the pre-eminent source of distribution market data by country/region and product groups. The quarterly statistics provide members with valuable insights in regional and product dynamics. DMASS covers all semiconductors, interconnect, passive, electromechanics and power supply components.

The non-profit organisation today consists of over 40 active members, both manufacturers and distributors of components, and represents between 80 and 85% of the European components’ distribution market (differences may exist by country and product groups).

To continuously increase its European market coverage, DMASS welcomes new membership applications from distributors and electronic components manufacturers.

Recent Press Releases

European Components Distribution (DMASS) Starts 2024 in Consolidation Mode

Q1 Key facts:

  • European Components Distribution declines by -23.3% to 4.58 billion Euro.
  • Semiconductors decline 26.5% to 3 billion Euro.
  • Interconnect, Passive & Electromechanical (IP&E) went down by 16.3% to 1.57 billion Euro.
  • Outlook 2024: market will contract, recovery won’t start early.

European Components Distribution (DMASS) Expects Slowdown after Record 2023

Q4 Key facts:

  • European Components Distribution declines by -17.3% to 4.45 billion Euro.
  • Semiconductors finish at 3.1 billion Euro (-18,5%).
  • Interconnect, Passive & Electromechanical decline by 14.3% to 1.35 billion Euro.
  • Outlook 2024: expected market contraction after record 2023.

European Components Distribution (DMASS) decelerates at high sales level in Q3/2023.

Key facts:

  • European Components Distribution declines by -5.6% to 5.15 billion Euro.
  • Semiconductors finish at 3.65 billion Euro (-3.2%).
  • Interconnect, Passive & Electromechanical decline by 11% to 1.50 billion Euro.
  • Outlook 2023: slight annual growth, decelerating bookings.