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Findings
Top 100 continue to grow amid uncertainties
Asia Supply Chain 100 (ASC100) 2022 selected the top 100 tech companies in Asia, which were able to manage uncertainties and succeed. Based on these 100 corporate stories and the ranking, we have summed up our three key findings as follows: (View the 2022 ASC100 Ranks)

Finding 1: Paradigm shifts
The increasing number of automotive manufacturing and semiconductor companies on the list highlights upcoming paradigm shifts in high tech sector.

Finding 2: Uncertainties ahead
The rebound from COVID-19 does not enter the “new normal” era; supply chains are facing a high degree of uncertainties

Finding 3: Corporate investment
The future development of the supply chains in Southeast/South Asia still depends on the investment and alliances of East Asian companies.

Total revenue of ASC 100

The number of Chinese companies in the ASC100 list

5 companies in the top 10 are in this industry

Consumer electronics is the only sector that shows declining profits in 2021

The country has the highest average profit margin

Rank
Market capitalization reflects the capital market's view of a company's prospect. For a whole industry, DIGITIMES believes it will also suggest the direction that the electronics and automotive industry is evolving.
2021 Rank2020 RankCompanyCountryIndustryMarket Cap - End of 2021($M)Market Cap GrowthP/E RatioP/S Ratio
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2021 Rank2020 RankCompanyCountryIndustryMarket Cap - End of 2021($M)Market Cap GrowthP/E RatioP/S Ratio
Industry
Comparison
Resilient supply chain has become a priority for governments as chip crunch and the subsequent production disruption has taken a toll economically and politically, which is why DIGITIMES ASC 100 market capitalization ranking tries to give a snapshot and keep track of the trend.
Country
Comparison
Taking a look at waves of challenges the COVID-19 pandemic has imposed on Asian countries over the past years, we found that how well individual countries do to secure production amid the pandemic affect the market confidence on their ICT and automotive manufacturers, which was often reflected on company share prices.
Methodology

Asia Supply Chain Market Cap 100 is the research of Asia-based (Hong Kong counts as China) listed companies in the electronic, information & communication technology, and automotive industries. The companies are ranked based on year end market cap.

Asia

The surveyed companies belong to major Asian economies, including China, Japan, South Korea, and Taiwan in East Asia; Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand, the Philippines, and Vietnam in Southeast Asia; and India in South Asia.

Supply Chain

Focusing on the companies that supply electronic, information, and communication technology, and automotive products, under the categories of Semiconductor, Electronic Components, Electrical Component, Machinery, Tech Products and Equipment, Consumer Electronics, Automotive Manufacturing, and Automotive Components.

Companies

Companies with publicly issued and listed stocks that disclose financial information on time in accordance with laws and regulations.

Market Cap

Market Cap in the survey defines companies' year end market cap. Parent companies and subsidiaries are ranked separately if both are listed companies.

Top 100

The survey selects and ranks the top 100 companies in terms of market cap, naming them the "Asia Supply Chain 100 Market Cap."

P/E Ratio

The P/E Ratio in the table of Rank is defined as following:
P/E Ratio: stock price / EPS (trailing 4 quarters, 2 semi-years or a full year)

P/S Ratio

The P/S Ratio in the table of Rank is defined as following:
P/S Ratio: market cap / Sales (trailing 4 quarters, 2 semi-years or a full year)

Ranks
Revenue
With ever-changing global industrial landscape, the revenue ranking helps reflects each company’s relative status in the supply chains in Asia, which has become the world’s industrial production base over the past decades.
2021 Rank2020 RankCompanyCountryIndustry2021 Revenue ($M)
11Toyota MotorJapanAutomotive Manufacturing282,073
22Samsung ElectronicsSouth KoreaTech Products and Equipment243,922
33Hon Hai Precision IndustryTaiwanTech Products and Equipment214,657
44Honda MotorJapanAutomotive Manufacturing130,303
55SAIC MotorChinaAutomotive Manufacturing120,975
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Profit
At a time when costs keep rising and supply chain bottlenecks linger, a company's relative profitability and its historical change reflects whether it was successful in overcoming cost and logistic challenges over the past year.
2021 Rank2020 RankCompanyCountryIndustry2021 Profit ($M)
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2021 Rank2020 RankCompanyCountryIndustry2021 Profit ($M)
Profit Margin
A high profit-margin is a product of a successful cost control and differential strategies of a company in an era when the inflation eats into earnings of most suppliers in the Asia-Pacific region.
2021 RankCompanyCountryIndustry2021 Profit Margin
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Industry
Comparison
Semiconductor industry has been in the spotlight due to the global chip shortage that has led to a chip-making investment boom, while despite of being struggling to get enough chips for years, the automobile and electronics manufacturers still benefit from the EV and digitization transformation.
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Rank - Total ProfitIndustryTotal Profit ($M)Rank - Average ProfitIndustryAverage Profit ($M)Rank - Median ProfitIndustryMedian Profit ($M)
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Rank - Total Market CapIndustryTotal Market Cap ($M)Rank - Average Market CapIndustryAverage Market Cap ($M)Rank - Median Market CapIndustryMedian Market Cap ($M)
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Country
Comparison
While China and Japan vie for the top status in the Asia supply chains, Taiwan and South Korea hold positions that cannot be ignored. The world is still watching closely the emergence of Southeast and South Asia countries amid the global supply chain relocation.
South / Southeast
Asian Ranks
As the Asia supply chains are developing towards a China+n landscape, regional powerhouses in South and Southeast Asia with a strong foundation in the automotive, electronic, and electrical industries are raring to go. The once-in-decades shift in the supply chains might give them the chance to narrow the gap between them and international companies.
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Methodology

Asia Supply Chain 100 is a ranking of Asia-based listed companies in the electronics, information & communication technology, machinery, and automobile industries. Companies are ranked by their 12-month financials consolidated in US dollars.

Screening standards

Surveyed companies are screened by country and industry. Companies included in ASC 100 are from China(includes Hong Kong), Taiwan, Japan, South Korea, Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand, Philippines, Vietnam, or India, and created their primary revenue sources from semiconductors, electronic components, tech products and equipment, consumer electronics, electrical components, machinery, automotive components and equipment, and automotive manufacturing.

Financials

Companies are ranked by their 12-month financials for the latest four-quarter, two semi-year, or one annual period available to DIGITIMES on April 30, and DIGITIMES ranks financial metrics according to the consolidated financials of the surveyed companies, inclusive of subsidiaries. Parent companies and subsidiaries are ranked separately if both are listed companies.

100

Based on information published before May 1, 2022, the survey selects and ranks the top 100 companies in terms of revenue for the comparable 12-month financial data, naming them the "Asia Supply Chain 100." DIGITIMES then ranks these top 100 companies based on revenue.

ASC IC50

Digital transformation has increased the silicon content of various products and services, making the ubiquitous semiconductors a focus of geopolitical competitions. Having been an active observer at the center of semiconductor production and trade in Asia for decades, DIGITIMES believes monitoring main players in the entire supply chain will enable our readers to get a grasp of bigger technology trends.

We plan to launch this report in June 2022.

ASC EV50

The automotive industry is currently facing a paradigm shift, giving Asia where the electronic industry is densely located a great opportunity to play an even more important role than before. DIGITIMES consolidated a EV 50 list as a window to monitor the important transformation process of the auto industry in Asia.

We plan to launch this report in July 2022.