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Global Military Satellite Market 2014-2024 & Aviation MRO Industry Reports

DALLAS, April 11, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --

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The global military satellite market is expected to experience a growth of 3.74% during 2014-2024. Communication satellites segment expected to dominate the military satellite market with a share of 51.6%. The Latin American market is expected to show a slight decline. The militaries are increasingly depending on commercial satellite service providers for their additional bandwidth needs. Complete report titled Global Military Satellite Market 2014-2024 is available at http://marketreportsstore.com/global-military-satellite-market-2014-2024/ .

The global military aviation MRO market is expected to experience a CAGR growth of 3.35% during 2014-2024. North America, followed by Asia Pacific, are expected to be the largest aviation MRO markets with a cumulative market share of more than 75%. Multi-role aircraft MRO segment is expected to dominate the military aviation MRO market with a share of 43.4%. Defense budget cuts expected to channel more funds towards the sector. Complete report titled Global Military Aviation MRO Market 2014-2024 is available at http://marketreportsstore.com/global-military-aviation-mro-market-2014-2024/ .

The Global Military Satellite Market 2014-2024 report offers detailed analysis of the global military satellite market with market size forecasts covering the next ten years. This report will also analyse factors that influence demand for military satellites, key market trends and challenges faced by industry participants. The regional analysis of this market says North America dominates the global military satellite market and demand for communication satellite in the US to support the global military satellite market growth. Military satellite market in Europe expected to grow at a CAGR of 4.49% whereas Asia-Pacific region is set to account for 14.8% share of military satellite market over the forecast period. Expenditure on ISR segment expected to lead the military satellites market in the Middle East, Brazil is expected to be the highest spender in the military satellite sector in Latin America and markets in Africa expected to increase over the forecast period.

In particular, it provides an in-depth analysis of the following:

Global military satellites market size and drivers: detailed analysis of the military satellite market during 2014-2024, including highlights of the demand drivers and growth stimulators for military satellites. It also provides a snapshot of the spending patterns and modernization patterns of different regions around the world.

Recent developments and industry challenges: insights into technological developments in the military satellites market and a detailed analysis of the changing preferences of the defense ministries around the world. It also provides trends of the changing industry structure and the challenges faced by the industry participants.

SWOT analysis of the military satellites market: analysis of the industry characteristics by determining the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats faced by the military satellites industry.

Global military satellites country analysis: analysis of the key markets in each region, providing an analysis of the key segments of the military satellites industry expected to be demanded by each.

Major programs: details of the key programs in each segment, which are expected to be executed during the forecast period.

Competitive landscape and strategic insights: analysis of the competitive landscape of the global military satellites industry. It provides an overview of key players, together with insights such as key alliances, strategic initiatives and a brief financial analysis.

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Military aviation MRO sub-sector market size composition analysis says multi-role aircraft MRO market will remain the largest but will lose its share over the forecast period and transport and other aircraft MRO to account for the second largest segment in this sector. Market for rotorcraft MRO is set to account for the third largest segment in this sector whereas market for UAV MRO to register a CAGR of 4.56% during the forecast period.

SWOT Analysis of the Military Aviation MRO Market provided in this report covers:
Strengths
1.1 Military aviation MRO outsourcing by leading defense spending nations driving growth for the sector
1.2 Procurement and modernization initiatives driving the market
1.3 Force readiness initiatives to attract sustained investment in the sector

Weaknesses
2.1 Lack of domestic MRO capabilities in some countries
2.2 Long cycle times often lead to a reduction in military equipment inventories
2.3 Performance based contracts impair profitability for aviation MRO providers
2.4 Technology driven increase in MRO costs may deter nations from spending more than what is critically required

Opportunities
3.1 Pooling of defense resources to further opportunities for MRO suppliers
3.2 Increasing average age of aircraft globally to provide several MRO opportunities
3.3 Defense budget cuts expected to channel more funds towards the military aviation MRO sector

Threats
4.1 A large portion of the MRO workload brought under the ambit of government depots in US
4.2 The US and European economic crisis

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