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Bet Shemesh Engines Holdings (1997) Ltd. : Aerospace and Defense - Company Profile, SWOT & Financial Analysis

Summary
Strategic Defence Intelligence's Bet Shemesh Engines Holdings (1997) Ltd. : Aerospace and Defense - Company Profile, SWOT & Financial Analysis contains in depth information and data about the company and its operations. The profile contains a company overview, key facts, major products and services, SWOT analysis, business description, company history, financial analysis, key employees, company locations and subsidiaries as well as competitive benchmarking data.

Key Findings
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Synopsis
Bet Shemesh Engines Holdings (1997) Ltd. (BSEH) develops, manufactures, tests and evaluates small jet engines for unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs). The company manufactures gas turbine engine parts, turbine airfoils, integral compressor and turbine wheels. It also provides maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) services to military and civil aviation customers, apart from machining of large rotor parts. The company's other services include fabrication of sheet metal parts such as flame-holders and combustors. BSEH operates through its holding subsidiary, Bet Shemesh Engines Ltd. (BSEL), and a precision casting company of BSEL, Livnica Preciznih Odlivaka (LPO), Serbia. BSEH is headquartered in Bet Shemesh, Israel.

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The SWOT analysis identifies the company’s strengths, weaknesses, opportunities for growth and threats. The key competitors are dissected alongside the larger challenges that the industry is facing.

The company profile relays all current information about the business operations, including key employees, major products and services, company history, locations and subsidiaries alongside a supporting statement from the Chairman and Managing Director.

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Key Highlights
Bet Shemesh Engines Holdings (1997) Ltd. (BSEH) develops, manufactures, tests and evaluates small jet engines for unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs). The company manufactures gas turbine engine parts, turbine airfoils, integral compressor and turbine wheels. It also provides maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) services to military and civil aviation customers, apart from machining of large rotor parts. The company's other services include fabrication of sheet metal parts such as flame-holders and combustors. BSEH operates through its holding subsidiary, Bet Shemesh Engines Ltd. (BSEL), and a precision casting company of BSEL, Livnica Preciznih Odlivaka (LPO), Serbia. BSEH is headquartered in Bet Shemesh, Israel.


1 Bet Shemesh Engines Holdings (1997) Ltd. - Key Employees
2 Bet Shemesh Engines Holdings (1997) Ltd. - Key Employees Biographies
3 Bet Shemesh Engines Holdings (1997) Ltd. - Major Products and Services
4 Bet Shemesh Engines Holdings (1997) Ltd. - History
5 Bet Shemesh Engines Holdings (1997) Ltd. - Locations and Subsidiaries
5.1 Bet Shemesh Engines Holdings (1997) Ltd. - Head Office
5.2 Bet Shemesh Engines Holdings (1997) Ltd. - Other Locations and Subsidiaries
6 Bet Shemesh Engines Holdings (1997) Ltd. - Business Analysis
6.1 Bet Shemesh Engines Holdings (1997) Ltd. - Company Overview
6.2 Bet Shemesh Engines Holdings (1997) Ltd. - Business Description
7 Bet Shemesh Engines Holdings (1997) Ltd. - SWOT Analysis
7.1 Bet Shemesh Engines Holdings (1997) Ltd. - SWOT Analysis - Overview
7.2 Bet Shemesh Engines Holdings (1997) Ltd. - Strengths
7.2.1 Strength - Focus on Research and Development
7.2.2 Strength - Wide Product Offerings
7.2.3 Strength - Improved Operational Performance
7.3 Bet Shemesh Engines Holdings (1997) Ltd. - Weaknesses
7.3.1 Weakness - Decline in Revenue
7.4 Bet Shemesh Engines Holdings (1997) Ltd. - Opportunities
7.4.1 Opportunity - Growing Demand for Aircraft
7.4.2 Opportunity - Growing MRO Services Market
7.4.3 Opportunity - Rising Demand for Unmanned Aerial Vehicles
7.5 Bet Shemesh Engines Holdings (1997) Ltd. - Threats
7.5.1 Threat - Stringent Regulations in Aviation Industry
7.5.2 Threat - Government Contract Compliance
7.5.3 Threat - Changing Technology
8 Bet Shemesh Engines Holdings (1997) Ltd. - Company Financial Analysis
8.1 Bet Shemesh Engines Holdings (1997) Ltd. - Five Year Snapshot: Overview of Financial and Operational Performance Indicators
9 Bet Shemesh Engines Holdings (1997) Ltd. - Interim ratios
9.1.1 Bet Shemesh Engines Holdings (1997) Ltd. - Financial ratios: Capital Market Ratios
9.2 Bet Shemesh Engines Holdings (1997) Ltd. - Financial Performance and Ratio Charts
9.2.1 Bet Shemesh Engines Holdings (1997) Ltd. - Revenue and Operating margin
9.2.2 Bet Shemesh Engines Holdings (1997) Ltd. - Asset and Liabilities
9.2.3 Bet Shemesh Engines Holdings (1997) Ltd. - Net Debt vs. Gearing Ratio
9.2.4 Bet Shemesh Engines Holdings (1997) Ltd. - Operational Efficiency
9.2.5 Bet Shemesh Engines Holdings (1997) Ltd. - Solvency
9.2.6 Bet Shemesh Engines Holdings (1997) Ltd. - Valuation
9.3 Bet Shemesh Engines Holdings (1997) Ltd. - Competitive Benchmarking
9.3.1 Bet Shemesh Engines Holdings (1997) Ltd. - Market Capitalization
9.3.2 Bet Shemesh Engines Holdings (1997) Ltd. - Efficiency
9.3.3 Bet Shemesh Engines Holdings (1997) Ltd. - Valuation
9.3.4 Bet Shemesh Engines Holdings (1997) Ltd. - Turnover: Inventory and Asset
9.3.5 Bet Shemesh Engines Holdings (1997) Ltd. - Liquidity
10 Appendix
10.1 Methodology
10.2 Bet Shemesh Engines Holdings (1997) Ltd. - Ratio Definitions
10.3 Disclaimer
List of Tables
Table 1: Bet Shemesh Engines Holdings (1997) Ltd. - Key Employees
Table 2: Bet Shemesh Engines Holdings (1997) Ltd. - Key Employees Biographies
Table 3: Bet Shemesh Engines Holdings (1997) Ltd. - Major Products and Services
Table 4: Bet Shemesh Engines Holdings (1997) Ltd. - History
Table 5: Bet Shemesh Engines Holdings (1997) Ltd. - Subsidiaries
Table 6: Bet Shemesh Engines Holdings (1997) Ltd. - Annual ratios
Table 7: Bet Shemesh Engines Holdings (1997) Ltd. - Interim ratios
Table 8: Bet Shemesh Engines Holdings (1997) Ltd. - Capital Market Ratios
List of Figures
Figure 1: Bet Shemesh Engines Holdings (1997) Ltd. - Revenue and Operating Profit
Figure 2: Bet Shemesh Engines Holdings (1997) Ltd. - Asset and Liabilities
Figure 3: Bet Shemesh Engines Holdings (1997) Ltd. - Net Debt vs. Gearing Ratio
Figure 4: Bet Shemesh Engines Holdings (1997) Ltd. - Operational Efficiency
Figure 5: Bet Shemesh Engines Holdings (1997) Ltd. - Solvency
Figure 6: Bet Shemesh Engines Holdings (1997) Ltd. - Valuation
Figure 7: Bet Shemesh Engines Holdings (1997) Ltd. - Market Capitalization
Figure 8: Bet Shemesh Engines Holdings (1997) Ltd. - Efficiency
Figure 9: Bet Shemesh Engines Holdings (1997) Ltd. - Valuation
Figure 10: Bet Shemesh Engines Holdings (1997) Ltd. - Turnover: Inventory and Asset
Figure 11: Bet Shemesh Engines Holdings (1997) Ltd. - Liquidity

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