About the SEMI Billings Report
The SEMI Billings Report provides a first look at the billings trends for North American Headquartered Semiconductor Equipment Manufacturers. The three-month average global billings are a strong indicator for trends in the worldwide semiconductor industry. SEMI follows the protocol established by the U.S. Department of Commerce in publishing our figures only on a three-month average basis. We do this in order to smooth out the natural volatility in billings. This report is distributed monthly approximately three weeks after the close of each month. Categories covered include front-end (wafer processing/mask/reticle/wafer manufacturing/fab facilities) equipment and final manufacturing (assembly/packaging/test) equipment.
2019 North America Semiconductor Equipment Billings Report Release Dates
Important: Dates are subject to change; Report is released at 3:00 pm Pacific Time.
|January 24||July 23|
|February 21||August 22|
|March 21||September 19|
|April 23||October 22|
|May 21||November 19|
|June 20||December 19|
Notice Regarding the Book-to-Bill Report
SEMI ceased publishing the monthly North America Book-to-Bill report in 2017. The December 2016 report and press release are the last publication. The decision to discontinue the Book-to-Bill report is based on changes in reporting by some participants where the reporting of orders/bookings into the data collection program is no longer a necessary component of their industry analysis.
SEMI continues to publish a monthly billings report and issue a a press release that compares month-to-month and year-over-year trends billings activity of equipment companies based in North America. Additional detailed billings data will also be available in the monthly Worldwide Semiconductor Equipment Market Statistics (WWSEMS) report that SEMI prepares in collaboration with the Semiconductor Equipment Association of Japan (SEAJ). The WWSEMS report currently reports billings and bookings data by 24 equipment segments and by 7 end market regions. Beginning with the January 2017 WWSEMS, bookings information will only be available for the back-end equipment segments of the industry.
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