DUBLIN, June 02, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/bg82k2/global_military) has announced the addition of the "Global Military Fixed Wing Market Assessment" report to their offering.
Military Fixed Wing end users are seeking out platforms and upgrades which are cost effective over their entire life cycle. Platforms are purchased in fewer numbers; however, higher capability is a must. Rising tensions across Central Asia and the APAC region are driving demand in these areas while requirements in emerging regions continue to grow, fuelled by strengthening economies and political posturing. Tight budgets in the West will continue to push countries to scale down fleet sizes.
This global research encompasses a full study of countries utilizing more than $1 billion for defense spending, forecasting future spending on platform and modification revenue through implementation of various key parameters that have the greatest effect on the market. The market is broken into seven regions and four aircraft capability types: utility, combat, trainer and special mission. The forecast uses base data from 2014 while the forecast data covers a nine-year period from 2015 to 2023.
Mergers and acquisitions continue within the market, particularly in the Western world as a result of limited revenue opportunities. This may lead to a loss of innovation and a less favourable buyers market due to a lack of competitive pricing.
Businesses, both large and small, are extending their relationships with clients by offering holistic solutions that incorporate not only the platform but also full support in service. This approach creates a favourable dynamic in which companies are able to work with their clients to problem solve and adjust their offerings to ensure that requirements are met.
The markets of emerging regions are to remain strong investment opportunities. However, strong competition can be expected from both Russian and Chinese suppliers who are also looking for export markets. Countries within these regions often seek skills and knowledge transfer; thus, an advantage can be found in offers for local production. Transfer of technology is a key term in many contracts.
Key Topics Covered:
1. Executive Summary
2. Market Overview
3. Drivers and Restraints - Total Military Fixed Wing Market
4. Forecast and Trends - Total Military Fixed Wing Market
5. Market Share and Competitive Analysis - Total Military Fixed Wing Market
6. Industry Trends
7. Combat Segment Breakdown
8. Utility Segment Breakdown
9. Trainer Segment Breakdown
10. Special Missions Segment Breakdown
11. Strategic Recommendations
12. The Last Word
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