| Leading Players of the Global Defence...
Service client 01 53 21 81 51
EN LIGNE LE 18/04/2017 | 121 pages1600€ HT
EN LIGNE LE 25/06/2015 | 234 pages1600€ HT
EN LIGNE LE 26/11/2014 | 193 pages1600€ HT
1.1. The Sector
1.3. Performance Analysis
2. Company Profiles
2.1. Lockheed Martin
2.2. General Dynamics
2.3. Boeing Defense, Space & Security
2.4. Northrop Grumman
2.6. BAE Systems
2.8. Leonardo SpA
2.9. Airbus - Defence and Space
2.10. United Aircraft Corporation
Exclusive extracts from this 69-page-long report:
- Who are the key players?
The defence market is dominated by large- and medium-scale contractors which have extensive system integration skills (including data processing and electronic warfare). Their main activities comprise air, land and naval hardware, armament, C4ISR (command, control, communications, computers, intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance) and technical support services (training, logistics, modernisation, etc.). Defence contractors commonly engage in space and satellite-related operations. Many participants in the military aircraft business, such as Airbus and Boeing, have significant operations in commercial aircraft. They develop military jets such as special mission aircraft from existing commercial platforms. [...]
Groups analysed in this report include: Lockheed Martin, General Dynamics, Boeing Defense, Space & Security, Northrop Grumman, Raytheon, BAE Systems, Thales, Leonardo SpA, Airbus - Defence and Space and United Aircraft Corporation.
- What are the players' strategies?
As part of a strategic portfolio review, Lockheed Martin has both parted with and increased its interests in different businesses. In 2015-16, the company sold its Information Systems & Global Solutions (€5bn in annual revenue) to Leidos Holdings. Conversely, it acquired Sikorsky, a leading global commercial and military helicopter company, and raised its stake in AWE Management, the operator of the UK's nuclear deterrent programme (€1.4bn in revenue), to 51%. […]
- What are the players' key growth and profitability drivers?
BAE saw a strong rise in 2016 profitability, driven by cost-cutting and helped on by the tumble in the British pound following the Brexit vote. This trend was offset by an impairment charge for Australian shipyard operations. All business divisions, particularly Cyber & Intelligence, posted growth. [...]
What is the collection Xerfi Global ?
The reports provide :
- Decision-makers with analyses and forecasts on the major sectors of the world economy
- Alerts concerning world forecasts and major sectorial or business developments
- Key information on commodities, exchange rates and country performance
Cette étude a été ajoutée à votre wishlist d’études, disponible dans votre espace « Mon compte ».
Profitez de l’intégralité de nos services en créant votre compte :
MOT DE PASSE OUBLIÉx
Vous ne possédez pas encore de compte ?
Pour accéder aux communiqués de presse du Groupe Xerfi,
veuillez vous identifier.
CREATION DE VOTRE ESPACE PRESSEx