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Counterpoint Market Intelligence provides detailed research reports on aerospace and defence markets. These standard reports are based on: industry discussions and projects; data analysis and modelling; and our own extensive experience in the aerospace & defence industry. We analyse markets at a global level, with a special emphasis on: Tier 1 and Tier 2 suppliers; segmentation by product and process; and assessment of current and emerging trends.

Counterpoint also carries out bespoke consultancy projects specialising in deep dives into markets and products, strategy and competitive assessment, and market due diligence for M&A. We offer independent analysis, based on our continuous involvement in the markets we cover. We aim to be specialists not generalists.

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Aerospace Actuation 2020 – Report Release

As of September 1st 2020, our eight edition of Aerospace Actuation is avaialble. We feel this 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…

Electrical Power Systems 2020 – Towards the More Electric Aircraft

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:…

Aerostructures 2020

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…