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Aerospace Valves 2021

Aerospace Valves 2021

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Why buy this 145-page report?

Because at this time of continuing market uncertainty, we offer rigorous and insightful market analysis reflecting many years’ experience in the industry.

An established and stable supplier base dominates this sector, and any technology changes tend to be incremental. If more electric architectures are widely adopted, or if new propulsion technologies are introduced, more radical changes will be needed. However, we think changes in this market will be gradual over our 10-year forecast period.

Our new report discusses the extent to which valves are on aircraft systems:

  • Environmental Control Systems (ECS)
  • Secondary Power or Bleed Air System
  • Hydraulics
  • Engine Controls
  • Fuel Systems
  • Landing gear, hydraulic braking, and steering control
  • Other aircraft services

We look at: the principal types of valve, their characteristics, pricing by application.

  • Pneumatic
  • Solenoid
  • Hydraulic servo-valves
  • Hydraulic discrete valves
  • Fuel
  • Water and waste

Our detailed market model is used to estimate:

  • 2019 and 2020 market size, including OE, aftermarket spares and repairs
  • 2020 market shares for overall valve market
  • Market growth projections and segmentation under three different Covid-19 recovery scenarios over the period 2020-2030
  • Market size, market growth and supplier market shares for each of the different valve types

Analysis of market trends e.g.

  • More electric aircraft, incorporation of electronics into valves, new materials, new manufacturing processes, procurement, low-cost countries, and industry consolidation.

The report provides profiles of 39 companies. Our expanded profiles cover:

  • Origins and ownership
  • Estimate of valve sales & financials
  • Operations and technologies
  • Customers and contracts
  • Strategy
  • Recent developments
  • Our comments on its overall market position
Aero-engine and IGT components 2021

Aero-engine and IGT components 2021

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Why buy this 580-page report?

Because at this time of continuing market uncertainty, we offer rigorous and insightful market analysis reflecting many years’ experience in the industry.

The supply chain has been under huge pressure as the aero-engine OEMs sharply reduced and are now preparing to ramp up production, at least for single aisle aircraft, while the aftermarket has seen unprecedented disruption.

Our new report also offers comprehensive market analysis including:

  • Market growth projections and segmentation under three different Covid-19 recovery scenarios over the period 2020-2030
  • How the market segments by:
    • Aero-engine civil and military: OE and aftermarket
    • Industrial gas turbine (IGT): OE and aftermarket
    • The principal manufacturing processes e.g. casting, forging, machining etc.
    • Component type e.g., engine modules, blisks, transmissions
  • Market shares in the main manufacturing processes and selected product categories
  • New engine programmes and forecast market shares
  • Demand drivers for aero-engines, IGTs and aftermarket
  • Market trends and its key characteristics
    • The shape and tiers of the supply chain broken down by role and by principal process
    • History and current trends in consolidation
    • The extent to which engine OEMs are vertically integrating components seen as critical whilst outsourcing others
    • The growing impact of Ceramic Matrix and Polymer Composites and Additive Manufacturing
    • The importance of government-funded technology programmes
    • Risk and revenue sharing partnerships
  • Analysis of financial returns:
    • The effect of the pandemic on different sectors
    • Some companies have plunged into severe losses, while others have remained profitable, albeit with reduced margins
  • Key strategies of suppliers, including:
    • Vertical integration, investment in new capacity, new technologies, use of low cost countries, building a product-based business, and acquisition/JV.
    • Identifying corporate moves over the last two years

The report provides profiles of 159 companies. Our expanded profiles cover;

Origins and ownership; Our estimate of engine component sales, plus financials if obtainable; operations and technologies; customers and contracts; strategy and recent developments; our comments including on strategic position


Aerospace Machining 2021

Aerospace Machining 2021

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Why buy this 109-page report?

Because it offers; granular modelling (including the effects of the pandemic), technical insights, assessment of industry trends, and profiles of industry participants in;

  • The $21.5 billion market in 2020 for metal machining in aerospace
  • The $1.9 billion market in 2020 for the supply of aerospace machine tools.

Our new report’s detailed market model offers the following market analysis;

  • Market size in 2020, split by:
    • Aerostructures, landing gear, engine components, systems and equipment
    • Aircraft OEM and supply chain
    • In-house compared to outsourced
    • Consumption of machine tools by country
  • Market growth over 2020-2030, noting the effect of the Covid-19 pandemic and modelling three recovery scenarios
  • Analysis of 2020 market shares for:
    • Suppliers of machine tools, split between 3/4/5+ axis and EDM, Grinding, Jig boring, AFP, ATL
    • Suppliers of aerostructures, landing gear, engine components, systems and equipment, split between 3-4 axis and 5+ axis

We analyse key issues and trends including;

  • Machine tool productivity
  • Which end customers use which machines
  • Machine tools for composites
    • new process control and machine productivity
    • Automated Fibre Placement (AFP) and Automated Tape Laying (ATL) machine tool suppliers
  • Additive Manufacturing
  • Robotics
  • Hybrid machines
  • Cryogenic cooling of machine tools
  • Consolidation of suppliers
  • The importance of being local

The report provides profiles of 18 machine tool companies. Our profiles cover:

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

Tooling & automated assembly for aerostructures 2021

Tooling & automated assembly for aerostructures 2021

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Why buy this 145-page report?

Counterpoint has released its seventh report on the aerostructures tooling market, including a major update of our tooling market model. This is still a challenging market, but we see relative growth in automation and composite tooling. Our report includes:

We analyse key characteristics and trends including:

  • Tooling materials and technologies (e.g., hybrids, composites)
  • Procurement issues: the location of the supply chain; the importance of local suppliers; globalisation of tooling procurement; the trend towards larger contract responsibilities; ways in which the aircraft OEMs influence their suppliers’ approach to tooling
  • The impact of additive manufacturing
  • Profitability; analysis of reported results and our views on margins suppliers
  • Tooling supplier strategies
  • M&A and consolidation

The report provides profiles of 48 companies. Our profiles cover:

  • Origins and ownership
  • Our estimate of sales
  • Financials if obtainable
  • Operations and technologies
  • Customers and contracts
  • Strategy and recent developments
  • Our comments on the company’s overall market position

Aircraft Fluid Conveyance 2021

Aircraft Fluid Conveyance 2021

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Why buy this 125-page report (up from 91 pages in 2019)?

We have expanded the scope and granularity of this report to give a rigorous and insightful market analysis in what is often an overlooked sector.

In our latest report, we segment this $2.7 billion market in 2020 (down from $4.2 billion in 2019) into five sectors (plus End Fittings, which are included in our quantitative estimates for these sectors):

  • High Pressure Tubes (Rigid)
  • Low Pressure Tubes/Pipes
  • High Pressure Ducts
  • Low Pressure Ducts
  • HP/LP Flexible Hoses

The report provides profiles of 47 companies. Our profiles cover:

  • Origins and ownership
  • Our estimate of fluid conveyance sales
  • Financials if obtainable
  • Operations and technologies
  • Customers and contracts
  • Strategy and recent developments
  • Our comments on the company’s overall market position

Landing Gear 2021

Landing Gear 2021

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Why buy this 198-page report on the $6.6 billion Aircraft Landing Gear market (down from $10.9 billion in 2019)?

On a large commercial aircraft, landing gear is estimated to represent around 20% of total aircraft maintenance costs and around 7% of the aircraft weight, so this is an important market sector.

We have been analysing the aerospace supply chain for a long time, both in the manufacturing sector and now, over the last 17 years, as analysts. This is the first time we have looked in depth at the landing gear market and we believe that we have produced a rigorous and well-researched report.

The report provides profiles of 54 companies. Our profiles cover:

Origins and ownership; our estimate of landing gear sales, plus financials if obtainable; operations and technologies; customers and contracts; strategy and recent developments; our comments on market positioning.


Aerostructures 2021

Aerostructures 2021

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Why buy this 800-page report on the $44 billion Aerostructures market (down from $67 billion in 2019)?

Because the aerostructures supply chain is at the heart of the turmoil currently being experienced in the aerospace supply chain, which we think will be the catalyst for a period of radical change. This will be caused by the aircraft OEMs’ changing aerostructures sourcing strategies, and continuing capital investment requirements 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 17 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.

The report provides profiles of 192 companies. Our profiles cover:

Origins and ownership; Our estimate of aerostructures sales, plus financials if obtainable; operations and technologies; customers and contracts; strategy and recent developments; our comments including our categorisation of composites capability


Aerospace Composites 2021

Aerospace Composites 2021

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Why buy this 491-page report? (up from 285 pages in 2019)

Because at this time of unprecedented market stress, we offer rigorous and insightful market analysis within the aerospace composites market sector from raw material to end applications in aerostructures, engine components, and cabin interiors.

In this report, we examine and quantify the aerospace polymer-based composite market covering fibres and resin, intermediate materials, and finished composite components and structures, and their end applications aerostructures, engines, interiors, and tooling. We consider the respective cases for increased composite use in both Commercial and Military aerospace, the evolution of composite manufacturing methods, and how the varying success of aircraft programmes impacts composites for end use.

The report provides full profiles of 119 companies (including 35 SMEs). Our profiles cover origins and ownership; our estimate of aerospace composite related sales, plus financials if obtainable; operations and technologies; customers and contracts; strategy and recent developments; our comments including our categorisation of composites capability.


Avionics 2021

Avionics 2021

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In our first review of the Avionics market, we report on this $17.3 billion sector in 2020, down from $23.8 billion in 2019, a market size reduction of 39% caused by the Covid-19 pandemic.

Why buy this 240-page report?

Because at this time of unprecedented market stress, we offer rigorous and insightful market analysis within the avionics market sector. The avionics market is a highly dynamic sector driven by frequent regulatory changes, technology insertions and the need for improved operating efficiencies.

We believe our report is the most detailed and in-depth report on this market segment available today. We include profiles of 50 companies including; Origins and ownership; our estimate of avionics sales, plus financials if obtainable; operations and capability; customers and contracts; strategy and recent developments.


Aero-engine Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul 2021

Aero-engine Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul 2021

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In our first review of the Aero-engine Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul market, we report on this $47 billion aftermarket in 2019, and the 50% market size reduction in 2020 caused by the Covid-19 pandemic. The current landscape was forecast to show the market peaking through to and beyond the mid-2020s driven by numerous large commercial aircraft engine MRO requirements. This growth was due to occur because of a large number of first run engine shop visits, as well as the coinciding and compounding effect of mature shop visits. In this report, we analyse the specific aircraft and engine pairings in-service commenting on the future outlook, their impact on the recovery, and when the next engine MRO peak might now occur.

We believe our report is the most detailed and in-depth report on this market segment available today. We include profiles of 85 companies including; origins and ownership; our estimate of Aero-engine MRO sales, plus financials if obtainable; operations and capability; customers and contracts; strategy and recent developments; our comments including our views on the engine types served and licensing opportunities.


Aircraft Interiors 2020

Aircraft Interiors 2020

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Why buy this 628-page report?

Because at this time of unprecedented market stress, we offer rigorous and insightful market analysis reflecting experience from many years in the design, manufacturing, and marketing of aircraft interiors products, through previous peaks and troughs of the commercial aircraft cycle. 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 seven years, we have been analysing this market, supplying our report globally and engaging with many of the leading players.

The interiors industry has been hit hard by Covid-19, with sales down 50% compared to 2019, likely to be followed by further declines in retrofit in 2021. We look at the consequences for the industry, including consolidation and restructuring, and at prospects for future growth.

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


Aerospace Actuation 2020

Aerospace Actuation 2020

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Our eight report is the most comprehensive and in-depth report on the $11.2 billion aerospace actuation market available today.

Our key message in this 356-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).

Our new report’s detailed market model offers the following market analysis;

  • Market size split by actuator product segment, divided into OE and aftermarket
  • Market size split by aircraft type, divided into OE and aftermarket
  • Market growth projections and segmentation under three different post Covid-19 scenarios over the period 2019-2029
  • Analysis of 2019 market size and shares for the following 12 product segments: primary flight controls; secondary flight controls - high lift; secondary flight controls - other; landing gear; thrust reversers; engine controls; utilities; seats; weapons release; missiles; UAVs and space.

A complementary Excel data pack is supplied for our market estimates.


Aerospace Environmental Control and Thermal Systems 2020

Aerospace Environmental Control and Thermal Systems 2020

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This is our fourth review on Aerospace Environmental Control and Thermal Systems. The 2020 report covers Aerospace Environmental Control and Thermal systems for fixed-wing aircraft and helicopters, including aircraft pressurisation, engine bleed air, thermal management, ventilation systems, and oxygen systems. The report analyses the current Aerospace Environmental Control and Thermal Systems market structure, provides market shares and estimated market growth, and examines current and emerging trends. This 116-page report provides profiles of 47 companies engaged in the manufacture of Aerospace Environmental Control and Thermal systems and components.


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

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.