The advent of globally industrialized economies also led to the development of the aerospace & defense industry worldwide. This was fuelled by governments of advanced nations pumping in major investments to build capacities for aerospace & defense industries in the post war scenario. A significant effort was seen in the European Aerospace & Defense Industry wherein groundbreaking inventions were carried out. This transformed the European Aerospace & Defense Industry to become a formidable contestant in the global air business.
Aruvian’s R’search’s report on the European Aerospace & Defense Industry is a comprehensive & elaborate assessment of this industry and its achievements.
This report places special emphasis and equips the user with a thorough understanding of the European Aerospace & Defense Industry as under:
a) Galloping defense sales to the tune of $116.7 billion.
b) 2009 saw EADS arrive as the seventh largest defense contractor in the world.
c) The role of new EU members bringing in production cost advantages to the table.
d) The steadily growing share being garnered by the EAI to the tune of 35% as compared to the US industry.
e) The balancing effort of EAI between imports of €11 billion as compared to exports to the tune of €39.2 billion.
f) The rapid consolidation activity underway in the industry wherein even the big players as EADS are owned by almost 4 players and their shares.
g) Projected Trans Atlantic consolidation activity of major players as BAE, EADS
h) The impact of low cost airlines and their simple business model deriving Op cost advantages of 40 – 65% per unit with an observation of LCC activity globally.
i) LCC’s eating into major European Airlines business.
j) Country-wise industry analysis of 10 major countries on the European continent.
k) Analysis of 30 Major players and Arianespace.
Overall, Aruvian’s R’search’s ‘The European Aerospace & Defense Industry’ Analysis provides a well grounded research analysis of the European Aerospace & Defense Industry.