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Global Military Support in Service Market Assessment

Abstract

Sustainable Revenue in Times of Austerity Measures

In this research service, it is predicted that despite defence budget reductions in many countries, the military support in service market (SIS) will increase during the forecast period of 2012-2010. The market will have an overall growth as SIS activities will be increasingly outsourced to private sectors during this forecast period. The United States continues to be the biggest market for military SIS suppliers. However, the highest percentage growth for the market will be noticed in APAC and the Middle East countries. This research service covers the total market as well as segment and regional analysis.

Key Questions This Study Will Answer

  • What are the recent and expected trends in the SIS market?
  • How prepared are armed forces to partner with industry for their maintenance requirements?
  • What is the best way to approach entering the SIS market?
  • Is the Public-Private Partnership initiative a permanent solution for some categories of SIS?
  • How do defence budget cuts impact an approach to SIS?
  • What would be the optimal approach from a supplier to satisfy SIS needs of end users now and in the future?

Table of Contents

  • 1. Executive Summary
  • 2. Market Overview
  • 3. Total Military Support in Service Market
    • External Challenges: Drivers and Restraints
    • Forecasts and Trends
    • Competitive Analysis
  • 4. End User Breakdown
  • 5. MRO Segment Breakdown
  • 6. Training and Simulation Segment Breakdown
  • 7. Modernisation Segment Breakdown
  • 8. Total Solution Segment Breakdown
  • 9. Regional Analysis
  • 10. North America Market Breakdown
  • 11. Latin America Market Breakdown
  • 12. Europe Market Breakdown
  • 13. Africa Market Breakdown
  • 14. Middle East Market Breakdown
  • 15. APAC Market Breakdown
  • 16. The Last Word (Conclusions and Implications)
  • 17. Appendix
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