10560 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. St. North
St. Petersburg, FL 33716
CEO: Mark Mondello
Stock Symbol: JBL
Jabil Circult provides electronic design,
manufacturing and repair services for clients around the world.
Jabil is involved in the entire process from design and testing,
repairs and returns, to assembly and fulfillment.
Jabil can make products for consumers and businesses including microwave ovens, CD players, digital cameras, display products, routers, switches, and automotive parts.
Companies who rely on Jabil include Cisco Systems, Apple, IBM, HP and GE. Jabil serves industries including aerospace, defense, telecommunications, computing and storage, networking and peripherals.
Jabil has over 90 design, manufacturing and repair facilities in 24 countries.
In fiscal 2014, Jabil reported revenues of $15.8 billion, down from $17.2 billion, and net income of $371.5 million.
Jabil is founded in 1966 by William Morean
and James Golden in Detroit, MI. Jabil's earliest
work was the manual assembly of replacement circuit boards for
Control Data. The name Jabil originated with the founders'
first names, a combination of James and Bill.
In 1976, Jabil wins a large contract with
General Motors by developing a customized, highly automated production
process. The project is one of the first turnkey projects in
the country and establishes the company as a major player in
the EMS industry.
In 1982, Jabil would build a new manufacturing
facility and headquarters in St. Petersburg, FL.
Jabil sold its aftermarket services business in April 2014 for $725 million to iQor Holdings, Inc.
Employees are the reason for our
success. We share that success through Jabil's Profit Sharing
Qualified employees have the opportunity to own a part of
what they build with the Stock Purchase Plan.
Business Traveler Assistance
Jabil provides continued support to our business travelers and
international employees with an SOS program. It offers worldwide
emergency assistance 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
Jabil encourages education and provides financial support for
degree-seeking employees. Financial support consists of
up to 100 percent tuition reimbursement for approved courses.
Updated May 2, 2015