Market Research Report
Global Aerospace and Defense C Class Parts Market - 2018 - 2025
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|Global Aerospace and Defense C Class Parts Market - 2018 - 2025|
|Published: October 1, 2018||Content info: 130-180 Pages||
The global aerospace and defense industry requires innovative designs for the next generation aircraft. To make it innovative the C Class type such as Hardware Components, Bearings, Electronic Components, Machined Parts and Other are innovated by the manufacturers.
Global Aerospace and Defense C Class Parts market is expected to grow at a CAGR of XX% to reach market value of USD XXXX million by 2025.
The rising demand for lightweight and high corrosion-resistant fasteners are the major factors boosting the demand for global aerospace and defense c-class parts market.
The low cost and high-volume commodity of C Class parts is driving the demand for global aerospace and defense c-class parts market.
FPGAs are used by military and aerospace systems. With the presence of non-trusted manufacturer for FPGA chips is hampering the growth of global Aerospace and Defense C Class Parts market.
By C Class type
The global aerospace & defense c-class parts market is segmented based on C Class type which include Hardware Components, Bearings, Electronic Components, Machined Parts and Other. The hardware component segment is dominating in the global aerospace & defense c-class parts market and it is expected to grow in the forecasting period, mainly due to the demand for bolts and fasteners. Hardware parts consist of fasteners which are set across an aircraft body including the control surfaces, flight control actuating systems, fuselage, wings, landing gear fittings and air-intake areas near the engine.
Hardware components are deployed across the aircraft including fuselage, wings, control surfaces, landing gear fittings, flight control actuating systems, and air-intake areas near the engine. Machined and Fabricated Parts, are also known as build-to-print parts, it is used in the assemblies of air frames, landing gears and engines. These highly engineered customer proprietary parts require comprehensive dimensional drawings, rigorous testing, and full traceability from raw material to finished good with complete documentation and certification. The bearings range across cargo holds, engines, landing gears, fuel tanks, and flight controls. They are used for large assemblies, slight misalignment, or oscillating motion. These can also be used outside of the aerospace industry due to their precision, radial and axial positioning, and track roller loading.
The global Aerospace and Defense C Class Parts market is segmented based on geography, North America is dominating the global aerospace & defense c-class parts market and it is expected to grow in the forecast period. It is due to major manufacturer of the aerospace & defense industry with the presence of several large- to small-sized OEMs, distributors, c-class part manufacturers, and airline companies.
The increasing contracts between the dealer and reseller of hardware for aviation business are major strategies seen in the global Aerospace and Defense C Class Parts market.
In August 2018, Satcom Direct (SD) Brazil, the regional headquarters for business aviation connectivity, software and hardware provider, appointed So Paulo-based Avionics Services as the first SD hardware dealer and installer in Latin America during LABACE 2018. The deal gives Latin American business jet owners and operators a single, local, source for purchasing, installing and supporting SD equipment for executive aircraft and rotary machines.
Key market segments covered
O BY C CLASS TYPE
O BY AIRCRAFT TYPE
O BY SALES CHANNEL TYPE