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TrendForce says: Demand for LCD monitors continues to weaken

Demand for LCD monitors continues to weaken in 2H22, annual shipments at just 139.9 million units, says TrendForce

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TrendForce says: Demand for LCD monitors continues to weaken

Details on weakening demand for LCD monitors in 2H22

According to TrendForce research, the global shipments of LCD monitors reached 72.3 million units in 1H22, a level on par with the same period in 2021. Some orders for whole devices in 4Q21 were postponed to 1Q22 due to logistics and transportation issues. Additionally, some brands felt optimistic about the outlook for 2022, so they launched aggressive promotions to stimulate sales in 1Q22. The Russian-Ukrainian war and rising inflation have severely impacted demand in the European consumer market since the second quarter. But the demand for business models is still positive, which in turn bridges the gap left by the consumer market.

Looking forward to the LCD market trends in 2H22, TrendForce indicates that as most orders for business models had been digested by the end of 2Q22, coupled with the slow pace of new orders, the overall momentum of corporate demand was not as good as in 1H22. Consumption patterns are affected by rising inflation e of interest rate hikes in the United States and market consumption continues to remain dormant. Shipments of LCD monitors are expected they will decrease by 5.4% and 2.4% on a quarterly basis in 3Q22 and 4Q22 respectively. The percentage of shipments in the first and second half of the year will drop to about 51.7: 48.3.

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At present, container shortages and port congestion have decreased. In 2Q22, the transit time of entire LCD monitor devices from China to North America and Europe decreased by about 2-3 weeks compared to 1Q22. Also, as demand continues to weaken, inventory levels of all branded manufacturers’ devices have soared. The fastest way for brands to reduce available inventory is reduce the purchase of front-end panels, components and entire SI devices e introducing aggressive promotions to drive sales. TrendForce expects LCD monitor shipments to reach 139.9 million units in 2022, with a decrease of 3.5% on an annual basis. However, the shipping strategy used by brand manufacturers to control inventory could herald a peak-free high season and winter of discontent for panel makers and ISs in 2H22.

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