Top 13 Global Defense & Aerospace Companies Reviewed in New Research Report Published at MarketPublishers.com
24 Nov 2011 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – Today’s aerospace and defense (A&D) industry is going through challenging times. Major airlines are struggling to be profitable, and new priorities are changing where national governments will spend their defense budgets. At the same time, A&D companies are working to change their business models, and offer more innovative products and services. Mergers and acquisitions pose a continuous threat – even as new players enter the industry and heighten competitive pressure. Perhaps the most important change is the rapid globalization of the industry. It is no longer enough to be a regional success. Non-traditional markets in new areas of the world are becoming increasingly important, as are production locations in these regions.
This means that business success will be increasingly dependent on how well a company can compete as a worldwide organization. For A&D companies, the challenge is to quickly transform into a so-called “globally integrated enterprise.”
New market research report “Comparative SWOT Analysis - World's 13 Leading Defense & Aerospace Companies - Q4 2011” elaborated by Noealt Corporate Services has been recently published at Market Publishers Ltd.
Title: Comparative SWOT Analysis - World's 13 Leading Defense & Aerospace Companies - Q4 2011
Published: November, 2011
Price: US$ 1,700
The research report provides true and unbiased insights into the strategic business aspects of 13 leading global defense & aerospace companies.
- comprehensive strategic and competitive assessment of the 13 companies through an analysis of inherent as well as relative strengths and weaknesses;
- comparative financial analysis of these 13 key global players;
- identification and analysis of imminent market opportunities and emerging potential threats;
- access to key industry as well as market trends and insights; crucial inputs for decision-makers;
- analysis of forces driving as well as restraining the industry and their overall dynamics;
- identification of areas for making potential strategic changes, adjustments and realignment.
SECTION 1 – FOR ALL 13 COMPANIES
Business Snapshot SECTION 2 – FOR EACH OF THE 13 OEMS Financial Snapshot – Q3 2011 Vs. Q3 2010, Q1-Q3 2011 Vs. Q1-Q3 2010, H1 2011 Vs. H1 2010 & 2010 Vs. 2009 SECTION 3 – FOR ALL 13 KEY INDUSTRY PLAYERS SWOT Analysis SECTION – 4 Comparative SWOT Analysis – Amongst all 13 Companies SECTION – 5 Global Defense & Aerospace Industry – Force Field Analysis SECTION – 6 Key Industry Trends
c) Business Segments
f) Market Capitalization
g) Key Executives
h) Shareholding/Ownership Pattern & Structure
Cash from Operations
Strengths to Leverage on
Weaknesses to Improve Upon & Offset
Opportunities to Capitalize on
Threats to Counter, Mitigate, Negate & Overcome
Relative Strengths Analysis
Relative Analysis of Weaknesses
Key Issues & Challenges
Companies Covered in the Report:
Northrop Grumman Corporation
Lockheed Martin Corporation
The Boeing Company
General Dynamics Corporation
BAE Systems PLC
United Technologies Corporation
L-3 Communications Holdings Inc.
SECTION 2 – FOR EACH OF THE 13 OEMS
Financial Snapshot – Q3 2011 Vs. Q3 2010, Q1-Q3 2011 Vs. Q1-Q3 2010, H1 2011 Vs. H1 2010 & 2010 Vs. 2009
SECTION 3 – FOR ALL 13 KEY INDUSTRY PLAYERS
SECTION – 4
Comparative SWOT Analysis – Amongst all 13 Companies
SECTION – 5
Global Defense & Aerospace Industry – Force Field Analysis
SECTION – 6
Key Industry Trends
More new reports by the publisher can be found at Noealt Corporate Services page.