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13 July 2020 - 8:09, by , in Uncategorised, Comments off
On July 13th, 2020, Counterpoint launched its first annual review of the $3.34 billion Electrical Power Systems market. We see the Electrical Power Systems (EPS) sector as attractive, based upon both above trend growth potential (more electric aircraft) and the potential quality of earnings (engineered products, aftermarket). Our 2020 report looks at key trends, including:...
1 June 2020 - 11:11, by , in Uncategorised, Comments off
Counterpoint has launched its 16th annual review of the $66 billion world aerostructures market. Why buy this 780-page report? Because the aerostructures supply chain is about to enter a period of radical and unprecedented change. This will be caused mainly by reducing volume but also by continued capital investment in what has now become a...
7 May 2020 - 10:52, by , in Uncategorised, Comments off
Counterpoint has just released its latest report  – Engine controls and health monitoring 2020. We believe this is the most authoritative report on this USD 6.2 billion market available today. In 2020 and going forward, we believe engine controls and health monitoring to be attractive market sector, certainly in terms of growth and profitability, underpinned...
28 November 2019 - 12:21, by , in Uncategorised, Comments off
Counterpoint has just released its latest report  – Aircraft Interiors 2019. We believe this is the most authoritative report on this USD 15.8 billion market available today. As before, our team for this report includes Ben Bettell, who brings with him 35+ years of experience in the interiors sector. Our report offers: granular modelling, technical...
8 November 2019 - 17:15, by , in Fleet Analysis, Comments off
As Counterpoint are releasing its annual Aerospace Interiors report in the upcoming weeks, we thought we would share our latest thoughts on the Very Large Commercial Aircraft segment. By Very Large Aircraft, we mean Airbus’ A380 and Boeing’s 747-8i, and the prospects relate to speculation over their continuing operations over a period of lease ends,...