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Electrical Power Systems 2020

Electrical Power Systems 2020

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This is our first report review of the $3.34 billion world Electrical Power System's market.

Why buy this 104-page report?

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:

  • Above-trend growth due to the steady migration of older mature technologies such as pneumatic, hydraulic and mechanical powered systems to electrically powered and controlled systems
  • The increasing penetration of Solid-State Power Controls (SSPC), replacing traditional electro-mechanical devices
  • Consolidation in the supply chain, which has been happening for a long time

The report provides profiles of 27 companies. Our expanded profiles cover;

  • Origins and ownership
  • Estimate of EPS sales & financials
  • Operations and technologies
  • Customers and contracts
  • Strategy
  • Recent developments
  • Our comments on its overall market position

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Aerostructures 2020

Aerostructures 2020

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This is our 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 capital-intensive sector.

We have been analysing the market for a long time, both in the manufacturing sector and now, over the last 15 years, as analysts. For these reasons we believe that we are well placed to describe the current landscape, identify trends, and advise on emerging threats and opportunities.

Our 2020 report also offers comprehensive market analysis of this $66 billion market, including:

  • composite, titanium and other metallic structures
  • Civil and military: OE production, spares and modifications
  • Generic aircraft type: e.g. large commercial, regional, business, helicopters
  • Aerostructures product type: wings, fuselage, nacelles & pylons, empennage
  • Market tier: super tier-1, tier-1, tier-2; the value of sales at different points in the supply chain
  • As soon as the market growth trajectory becomes clearer, we will issue a free supplement, showing 10-year forecasts for all of the above.
  • Customer orientation of suppliers; supplier numbers in each tier

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Engine controls and health monitoring 2020

Engine controls and health monitoring 2020

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Our fifth review of the Engine controls and health monitoring market, our new report analyses nine key component categories such as FADECs, FMU/HMU, Fuel Pumps, Engine Actuation, Engine Valves, Fuel Nozzles, and Ignition Systems. We have created a new integrated market model that assesses over 50 engine control components across the 9 categories in Aerospace & Defence. We look at key trends in the market including engine manufacturers seeking greater control of key engine control and health monitoring technologies; and consolidation in the supply chain, which has been happening for a long time. The report provides profiles of 24 companies engaged in the manufacture of Engine controls and health monitoring components, identifying where possible their key contracts and their reported financial results.

We believe our report is the most detailed and in-depth report on this $6.2 billion market available today.


Aircraft Harnesses and Electrical Standard Parts 2020

Aircraft Harnesses and Electrical Standard Parts 2020

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Our fifth report on this market sector provides analysis of market trends and detailed market segmentation. We also discuss key trends in the shape of the supply chain, the use of low cost countries and the importance of a local market presence. We analyse strategies pursued by companies in this sector and also examine corporate moves in recent times. The report provides profiles of 62 companies engaged in the manufacture of Aircraft Harnesses and Electrical Standard Parts, identifying where possible their key contracts and their reported financial results.

We believe our report is the most detailed and in-depth report on this $5.4 billion market available today.


Aero-engine and IGT components 2020

Aero-engine and IGT components 2020

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The supply chain has been under huge pressure as the aero-engine OEMs have prioritised ramping up production of new engines, while the aftermarket has seen a surge in demand for spares to support mature engine MRO.

Our eight report on this market sector provides analysis of market trends and detailed market segmentation. We also discuss key trends in the shape of the supply chain, outsourcing and state involvement in the sector. We analyse strategies pursued by companies in this sector and also examine corporate moves over the last 2 years. The report provides profiles of 151 companies engaged in the manufacture of aero-engine and IGT components, identifying where possible their key contracts and their reported financial results.

We believe our report is the most detailed and in-depth report on this $85.1 billion market available today.


Aircraft Fluid Conveyance 2019

Aircraft Fluid Conveyance 2019

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Our latest Aircraft Fluid Conveyance 2019 report discusses the features and manufacturing techniques unique to each sector of the aerospace fluid conveyance market including tubes/pipes, high pressure ducts (HP ducts) and low pressure ducts (LP ducts).

This report also estimates 2018 market size (including OE and aftermarket), market shares and market growth (2018-2028 CAGRs) for tubes and pipes, HP ducting, and LP ducting. Our report concludes by providing profiles on 37 companies involved in the manufacture of aircraft fluid conveyance.

Since our previous report, we find that the aircraft fluid conveyance market has experienced some M&A activity, and something we project more of.

At a time of heightened interest in this sector, we believe our report is the most detailed and in-depth report on this $3.1 billion market available today.


Aircraft Interiors 2019

Aircraft Interiors 2019

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The ever-increasing demands of passengers, and of the airlines who serve them with new products and a better flying experience, continue to drive innovation in this sector.

Because our report reflects the knowledge from many years of involvement in the design, manufacturing and marketing of aircraft interiors products. 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 insights, assessment of industry trends, and profiles of industry participants. Over the last six years, we have been analysing this market, supplying our report globally and engaging with many of the leading players.

This year, we find that the aircraft interiors market still offers the prospect of premium growth, but competition is intense, particularly in seating where there are many players now including Boeing.

We believe our report is the most detailed and in-depth report on this $15.8 billion market available today.


Aerospace Composites 2019

Aerospace Composites 2019

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Our second Aerospace Composite report reflects analysis of our discussions with companies at all levels: raw materials, tooling, Tier-2, Tier-1, Super Tier-1 and aircraft OEMs, including suppliers from Europe, North America, & Asia

Our 2019 report offers comprehensive market analysis including:

• Carbon fibre market: market size and market shares - estimated by both volume and value.
• Market size and shares of CFRP matrix market by polymer type.
• Global aerospace carbon fibre prepreg market: Market size and market shares
• Composites parts manufacture: Market size and market shares for aerostructures and engine components, and interiors.
• Market size and shares for the supply of composite materials for tooling and for interiors.
• Aerostructures, engine components and interiors composite parts analysed by fibre type
• Growth in composite parts: estimated over ten years


Aerostructures 2019

Aerostructures 2019

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This is our 15th annual review of the $65 billion world aerostructures market.
It reflects analysis of our discussions with companies at all levels in the supply chain. The report includes:

  • The estimated growth in, and segmentation of, this $65 billion market
  • How the aircraft OEMs are viewing outsourcing, including an estimate for the level of insourcing/outsourcing for each OEM.
  • How the sales of aircraft OEMs and tier-1 aerostructures companies are growing relative to the volume of aerostructures manufactured, measured by weight.
  • What is the trend in using low cost countries? What is the economic case?
  • The fight-back of metal: new alloys; new metal forming/joining; additive manufacturing

Aircraft Interiors 2018

Aircraft Interiors 2018

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The ever-increasing demands of passengers, and of the airlines who serve them with new products and a better flying experience, continue to drive innovation in this sector.

Meeting these demands has proven to be a challenge for even the biggest industry players, and has led to calls for a structural change in the supply chain from the aircraft manufactures.

However, the sector produces returns well-above the industry average for those who get it right, and this has attracted a multitude of fresh ideas from the smallest of start-ups to an automotive giant.

In response, the two largest interiors companies have both been bought within the last year by aircraft equipment companies. This should bring yet more expertise and investment into what is already a highly dynamic and exciting sector

This is Counterpoint’s fifth report on the aircraft interiors industry and, as before, our team for this report includes Ben Bettell, who brings with him 35+ years of experience in the interiors sector.

We believe our report is the most detailed and in-depth report on this $16.5 billion market available today.


Aerospace Actuation 2018

Aerospace Actuation 2018

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Our seventh report is the most comprehensive and in-depth report on the $7.4 billion aerospace actuation market available today.

Our key message in this 320-page report is that things are changing and there have already been significant developments in; industry structure, procurement, M&A and technology (most notably in electromechanical actuation).

Please download our flyer for more information about this report.


Counterpoint presents at SpeedNews Conference Toulouse 2018

Counterpoint presents at SpeedNews Conference Toulouse 2018

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Counterpoint presented at the 2018 Commercial Aviation Industry Suppliers Conference in Toulouse. Richard Apps gave a presentation entitled, What impact is China having on the global aerospace supply chain?.


Aerospace Environmental Control Systems 2018

Aerospace Environmental Control Systems 2018

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This is our third review on ECS. The 2018 report covers ECS systems for fixed-wing aircraft and helicopters, including aircraft pressurisation, air conditioning and temperature control systems, bleed air systems, avionic and target acquisition cooling systems, hot air de-icing and de-misting systems, and companies which make significant components for ECS and bleed air systems. The report analyses the current ECS market structure, provides market shares and estimated market growth (2017-2027 CAGRs) and examines current and emerging trends in environmental control systems. The report provides profiles of 47 companies engaged in the manufacture of ECS systems and components.


Composite 2018

Composite 2018

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Our first Aerospace Composite 2018 report reflects analysis of our discussions with companies at all levels: raw materials, tooling, Tier-2, Tier-1, Super Tier-1 and aircraft OEMs, including suppliers from Europe, North America, & Asia
Our 2018 report offers comprehensive market analysis including:

Carbon fibre market: market size and market shares - estimated by both volume and value.
Global aerospace carbon fibre prepreg market: Market size and market shares
Composites parts manufacture: Market size for Aerostructures, engine components and interiors
Aerostructures, engine components and interiors composite parts analysed by fibre type
Growth in composite parts: estimated over ten years


Engine controls and fuel systems 2017

Engine controls and fuel systems 2017

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Our new report analyses the aircraft engine controls and fuel systems market. We have created a detailed market model for the gas turbine aero-engine controls market segmented by engine type and thrust range to produce;

  • Estimated market size in 2017; OE and spares
  • OE growth projections and market segmentation
  • Estimated total market growth over the period 2017-2027

We describe the engine controls market structure and supply chain and give our estimates of the sales and evolving market shares of the leading systems suppliers.


Aircraft Interiors 2017

Aircraft Interiors 2017

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The ever-increasing demands of passengers and the airlines who serve them for new products and a better flying experience continues to drive innovation in this sector.

Meeting these demands has proven to be a challenge for even the biggest industry players, and has led to calls for a structural change in the supply chain from the Aircraft Manufactures.

However, the sector produces returns well-above the industry average for those who get it right, and this has attracted a multitude of fresh ideas from the smallest of start-ups to an automotive giant.

In response, the two largest interiors companies have both been bought within the last year by aircraft equipment companies.This should bring yet more expertise and investment into what is already a highly dynamic and exciting sector

This is Counterpoint’s fourth report on the aircraft interiors industry, and as before, our team for this report includes Ben Bettell, who brings with him 35+ years of experience in the interiors sector.

We believe our report is the most detailed and in-depth report on this $14.6 billion market available today.


Aero-Engine and IGT Components 2017

Aero-Engine and IGT Components 2017

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Our seventh report on this market sector provides analysis of market trends and detailed market segmentation. We also discuss key trends in the shape of the supply chain, outsourcing and state involvement in the sector. We analyse strategies pursued by companies in this sector and also examine M&A deals over the last 2 years. The report provides profiles of 157 companies engaged in the manufacture of aero-engine and IGT components, identifying where possible their key contracts and their reported financial results.


Thoughts on the Commercial Aviation market in China

Thoughts on the Commercial Aviation market in China

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As well analysing composites in aerospace for Counterpoint, Dr Joanne Zhang brings an informed perspective on aviation in China.


SpeedNews Toulouse 2017

SpeedNews Toulouse 2017

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Counterpoint presented at the 2017 Commercial Aviation Industry Suppliers Conference in Toulouse. Richard Apps gave a presentation entitled, “Dilemmas Within the Industry: A New Era is Upon Us”.


New Products and Innovation – What is Next For the Supply Chain?

New Products and Innovation – What is Next For the Supply Chain?

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At the 17th Annual SpeedNews Aviation Industry Suppliers Conference in Toulouse, Richard Apps gave a presentation entitled, "New Products and Innovation – What is Next For the Supply Chain?"

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Counterpoint report featured in the January 2016 edition of Business Jet Interiors International

Counterpoint report featured in the January 2016 edition of Business Jet Interiors International

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Counterpoint's Aircraft Interiors 2015 report was featured in the January 2016 edition of Business Jet Interiors International. In the article, the Counterpoint team discusses the state of the business jet interior market and the prospect of future growth. To view the article, please fill in your information below.


Counterpoint report featured in Aircraft Interiors International – 2016 Design Showcase

Counterpoint report featured in Aircraft Interiors International – 2016 Design Showcase

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Counterpoint's Aircraft Interiors 2015 report was featured in the article “Cloud Nine” on page nine in the Aircraft Interiors International magazine, 2016 Design Showcase special edition. To view the article and download your free copy of the magazine, please fill in your information below.


Aviation Industry Suppliers Conference Toulouse 2015

Aviation Industry Suppliers Conference Toulouse 2015

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Counterpoint gave a presentation entitled, "Key Developments In Commercial Aerospace Supply Chains"


SpeedNews Commercial Aviation Industry Suppliers Conference 2015

SpeedNews Commercial Aviation Industry Suppliers Conference 2015

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Counterpoint gave a presentation at the 2015 SpeedNews Commercial Aviation Industry Suppliers Conference in Beverly Hills entitled, "Trends in outsourcing, innovation, and profitability in the supply chain"


Counterpoint report featured in Aircraft Interiors International – 2015 Design Showcase

Counterpoint report featured in Aircraft Interiors International – 2015 Design Showcase

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Counterpoint's Commercial Aircraft Interiors 2014 report was featured in the article “Flying High” in the Aircraft Interiors International magazine, 2015 Design Showcase special edition. To view the article, please click on the link.


Aviation Industry Suppliers Conference Toulouse 2014

Aviation Industry Suppliers Conference Toulouse 2014

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Counterpoint gave a presentation entitled, "Innovation, profitability and barriers to entry in the supply chain"


Aviation Industry Suppliers Conference Toulouse 2013

Aviation Industry Suppliers Conference Toulouse 2013

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Counterpoint gave a presentation entitled, "Outsourcing and Risk Sharing - Has the Tide Turned?"