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global aerospace market size, share, trends, strategies

global aerospace market size, share, trends, strategies

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The aerospace market consists of sales of aerospace equipment (including aircraft) and related services by entities (organizations, sole traders and partnerships) that produce commercial aircraft, undertake aircraft maintenance, repair and overhauling services, and produce support and auxiliary equipment, such as radar, air traffic control towers and satellites for civilian purpose.

The global aerospace market reached a value of nearly $342.4 billion in 2019, having increased at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 3.1% since 2015. The market is expected to decrease from $342.4 billion in 2019 to $296.1 billion in 2020 at a rate of -14%. The decline is mainly due to lockdown and social distancing norms imposed by various countries and economic slowdown across countries owing to the COVID-19 outbreak and the measures to contain it. The market is then expected to recover and grow at a CAGR of 6.5% from 2021 and reach $358.8 billion in 2023.

Growth in the historic period resulted from increased demand for air travel technological advances, emerging economies, change in social behavior and low interest rates. Factors that negatively affected growth in the historic period were high exchange rate fluctuations, political uncertainties, volatile raw material prices and grounding of planes.

Going forward, growing demand for commercial use of drones, emerging economies, rapid advances in technology. Factors that could hinder the growth of the aerospace market in the future include budget airlines bankruptcy, order cancellations, increased cyber-attacks, global warming, poor aviation infrastructure, geo-political tensions, global recession, and coronavirus pandemic.

Legal authority allowing the use of drones for commercial use is being extended more widely increasing a potential revenue channel for aircraft manufacturers. For example, in August 2016, the US Federal Aviation Authority issued a rule allowing the use of drones for commercial purposes under certain conditions without a special waiver that was expensive and time-consuming to obtain that severely restricted the use of drone. Relaxation of the regulations is expected to aid the market for commercial drones in the forecast period. Many other countries follow the FAAs regulatory lead to clear commercial drones for take-off not just in the USA, but worldwide. Combined with the launch of reliable and stronger drones specifically for commercial use, such as the drones manufactured by a Chinese company DJI and public sales of commercial drones are expected to drive rapid growth in the drone segment of the aerospace market.

Rising bankruptcy cases among budget airlines are expected to hinder the growth of the aerospace market. In March 2019, Wow Air, an Icelandic budget airline, shut down its operations after it failed to secure funding for the company. Since Summer 2018, Wow Air had been the eighth European airline operating on small profit margins that shut down owing to fluctuating fuel costs, over-capacity, and a continent-wide fare war, following the Danish budget airline Primera Air that shut down in October 2018, and Swiss airline SkyWork and the Belgian airline VLM that shut down in August-September 2018. The number of bankrupt airlines, i.e. major end users of aircraft manufacturers, is expected to increase. In August 2020, companies such as Virgin Atlantic filed for bankruptcy, due to the impact of COVID-19, thus negatively impacting the market. Virgin Atlantic has faced an adverse effect of the pandemic, and has filed for bankruptcy to nail its rescue plan and the company is expected to run out of cash soon if the rescue plans are not approved.

Companies in the aerospace market are increasingly using cloud platforms for developing their aircraft designs. All the major players in the market including Airbus, Boeing, Gulfstream and Lockheed Martin have started implementing cloud-based platforms to develop a new aircraft, engine, system or component design. The cloud platform enables simplification in the design process by bringing the suppliers, systems integrators, software developers and other stakeholders within the design and manufacturing ecosystem together over a virtual platform. For instance, in 2020, Vertical Aerospace, a UK-based aviation industry innovator, used Dassault Systmes 3DExperience platform on the cloud to develop their third all-electric vertical takeoff and landing aircraft. Vertical Aerospace used the 3DExpereince platform to improve coordination between their design, engineering, testing and manufacturing disciplines and provide access to all the engineering documentation they require in the cloud to enable effective work from home. Dassault Systmes is a France based provider of virtual solutions to business and people.

Aircraft manufacturers are using machine-learning techniques such as artificial intelligence (AI) to improve aircraft safety and improve manufacturing productivity. Machine learning algorithms collect data from machine-to-machine and machine-to-human interfaces and use data analytics to drive effective decision making. These technologies optimize manufacturing operations and lower costs. For example, GE Aviation uses machine learning and data analytics to identify faults in engines, which increases components lives and reduces maintenance costs. Boeing has successfully built machine-learning algorithms to design aircraft and automate factory operations.

Opportunities The top opportunities in the aerospace market segmented by type will arise in the aircraft maintenance, repair and overhauling services market segment, which will gain $8.8 billion of global annual sales by 2023. The top opportunities in the commercial aircraft market segmented by type will arise in the commercial gliders and drones market segment, which will gain $5.3 billion of global annual sales by 2023. The top opportunities in the aircraft maintenance, repair and overhauling services market segmented by type will arise in the commercial aircrafts MRO services market segment, which will gain $3.0 billion of global annual sales by 2023. The top opportunities in the aerospace support and auxiliary equipment market segmented by type will arise in the commercial radars market segment, which will gain $1.7 billion of global annual sales by 2023. The top opportunities in the aerospace market segmented by size will arise in the narrow-body segment, which will gain $9.3 billion of global annual sales by 2023. The top opportunities in the aerospace market segmented by end-user will arise in the private sector segment, which will gain $15.7 billion of global annual sales by 2023. The top opportunities in the aerospace market segmented by operation will arise in the manual segment, which will gain $16.1 billion of global annual sales by 2023.The aerospace market size will gain the most in the China at $1.69 billion.

Recommendations To take advantage of the opportunities, the business research company recommends the aerospace companies should focus on use of robots, adopt new technologies, automation to achieve standardization, focus on merger and acquisitions, expanding in emerging markets, offer competitive pricing, increase adoption of internet and social media, and participate in trade shows and events.

Aerospace Market Segmentation The Aerospace market is segmented by type, by size, by end-user, by operation, and by geography.? By Type - The aerospace market is segmented by type a. Commercial Aircraft i. Passenger Aircrafts ii. Aircraft Engines iii. Commercial Helicopters iv. Aircraft Turbines v. Commercial Gliders And Drones vi. Rocket Engines The passenger aircrafts market was the largest segment of the commercial aircraft market, accounting for 53.5% of the total in 2019. Going forward, commercial gliders and drones segment is expected to be the fastest growing segment in the commercial aircraft market, at a CAGR of 18.9%. b. Aircraft Maintenance, Repair And Overhauling Services i. Commercial Aircrafts MRO Services ii. Aircraft Engines MRO Services iii. Commercial Helicopters MRO Services iv. Rocket Engines MRO Services v. Aircraft Turbines MRO Services vi. Commercial Gliders And Drones MRO Services The commercial aircrafts MRO services market was the largest segment of the aircraft maintenance, repair and overhauling services market, accounting for 63.6% of the total in 2019. Going forward, commercial gliders and drones MRO services segment is expected to be the fastest growing segment in the aircraft maintenance, repair and overhauling services market, at a CAGR of 52.3%. c. Aerospace Support Auxiliary Equipment i. Satellites ii. Commercial Radars The satellites market was the largest segment of the aerospace support and auxiliary equipment market, accounting for 69.1% of the total in 2019. Going forward, commercial radars segment is expected to be the fastest growing segment in the aerospace support and auxiliary equipment market, at a CAGR of 4.5%. The commercial aircraft market was the largest segment of the aerospace market segmented by type, accounting for 71.1% of the total in 2019. Going forward aircraft maintenance, repair and overhauling services segment is expected to be the fastest growing segment in the aerospace market, at a CAGR of 3.0%. By Size The aerospace market is segmented by application a. Wide-Body b. Narrow-Body c. Regional d. Others The narrow-body segment was the largest segment of the aerospace market segmented by size, accounting for 55.5% of the total in 2019. Going forward, others segment is expected to be the fastest growing segment in the aerospace market, at a CAGR of 1.3. By End-User The aerospace market is segmented by end-user into a. Government b. Private Sector The private sector segment was the largest segment of the aerospace market segmented by end-user, accounting for 92.1% of the total in 2019 and is expected to be the fastest growing segment in the aerospace market, at a CAGR of 1.2%. By Geography- The aerospace market is segmented into o North America USA Canada Mexico o Western Europe Belgium Denmark Finland France Ireland Italy Netherlands Norway Portugal Sweden Switzerland UK Germany o Asia Pacific China Hong Kong Malaysia New Zealand Philippines Singapore Thailand Vietnam India Japan Australia Indonesia South Korea o Eastern Europe Czech Republic Romania Poland Russia o South America Argentina Brazil Chile Colombia Peru Venezuela o Middle East Saudi Arabia Israel Turkey UAE o Africa Egypt Nigeria South Africa North America was the largest region in the global aerospace market, accounting for 49.7% of the total in 2019. It was followed by Asia-Pacific, Western Europe, and then the other regions. Going forward, the fastest-growing regions in the aerospace market will be Asia-Pacific, and Western Europe where growth will be at CAGRs of 3.7% and 1.5% respectively. These will be followed by Middle East, and North America, where the markets are expected to grow at CAGRs of 1.1% and 0.1% respectively. Aerospace Competitive Landscape Major Competitors are: Airbus Group The Boeing Company United Technologies Corporation General Electric Company Safran S.A. Other Competitors Include: Rolls-Royce Holdings plc General Dynamics Corp Honeywell International Inc. Bombardier Inc Embraer S.A. Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL) BrahMos Aerospace Commercial Aircraft Corporation of China, Ltd. (COMAC) Shanghai aircraft manufacturing factory Aviation Industry Corporation of China Superior Aviation Beijing Co., Ltd. Mitsubishi Aircraft Corporation Kawanishi Aircraft Company ShinMaywa Aircraft Industries, Ltd. Subaru Corporation Foxcon Aviation Dirgantara Indonesia Advanced Composites Solutions Nostromo Defensa. Israel Aerospace Industries Iran Aircraft Manufacturing Industries and Israel Aerospace Industries The Airplane Factory Jonker Sailplanes Dassault

The military helicopter market consists of sales of military aircraft by entities (organizations, sole traders, and partnerships) that produce military helicopters. A military aircraft is specifically built or converted for military missions such as transport of troops, combat search, and rescue (CSAR), medical evacuation (MEDEVAC), airborne command post, or armed with weapons for attacking ground targets. Only goods and services traded between entities or sold to end consumers are included. The global military helicopters market is expected to grow from $50.75 billion in 2020 to $52.27 billion in 2021 at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 3%. The growth is mainly due to the companies rearranging their operations and recovering from the COVID-19 impact, which had earlier led to restrictive containment measures involving social distancing, remote working, and the closure of commercial activities that resulted in operational challenges. The market is expected to reach $67.5 billion in 2025 at a CAGR of 6.6%. The military helicopter market covered in this report is segmented by type into light military helicopter; medium military helicopter; heavy military helicopter. Increasing military expenditure contributed to the growth of the military helicopters market growth. According to the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI), the global military expenditure reached $1917 billion in 2019, 3.6% up from $1822 billion in 2018, and the highest annual growth in expenditure since 2010. The USA, China, India, Russia, and Saudi Arabia together accounted for 62% of total global expenditure. Moreover, global military spending represented 2.2% of the global gross domestic product (GDP) in 2019. The growth in military expenditure led to an increase in theprocurement of warships, submarines, aircraft, and helicopters, thereby generated higher revenues for the military helicopters market. Stringent regulations imposed on the manufacturing and maintenance of military helicopters is expected to limit the growth of the military helicopters market. The aircraft manufacturing and maintenance process is highly regulated by the government organizations of every country. According to the Journal of Aeronautics & Aerospace Engineering, the maintenance, repair, and overhaul (MRO) organizations need to be approved by aviation authorities such as European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) and the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). The equipment used in the manufacturing and maintenance process must be certified and licensed. This scenario is predicted to restrict the growth of the military helicopters market over the forecast period. Technological advancements in the helicopter manufacturing process is shaping the military helicopters market. The global helicopter industry is undergoing a substantial transformation in recent years. Significant technological advancements including extensive use of additive manufacturing, computation structural dynamics modelling, advanced condition-based maintenance (CBM), fly by wire controls, health and usage monitoring systems (HUMS), and advanced turbine engine programs are promising big leap in the rotorcraft capabilities. For instance, in July 2019, Russian Helicopters Holding Company announced that the company is planning to re-engineer and manufacture about 30 helicopter parts using 3D printing technology. The major players covered in the global military helicopters market are Airbus, BAE Systems, Boeing, China Aerospace Science and Industry Corporation, Enstrom Helicopter Corporation, Hindustan Aeronautics Limited, Korea Aerospace Industries, Leonardo S.p.A., Lockheed Martin, NHIndustries, Russian Helicopters, Textron, Turkish Aerospace Industries, Kawasaki Aerospace Company. The countries covered in the global military helicopters market are Australia, Brazil, China, France, Germany, India, Indonesia, Japan, Russia, South Korea, UK, USA. The regions covered in the global military helicopters market are Asia-Pacific, Western Europe, Eastern Europe, North America, South America, Middle East, Africa. The global military helicopters market is segmented - 1) By Type: Light Military Helicopter, Medium Military Helicopter, Heavy Military Helicopter 2) By Application: Utility Military Helicopter, Transport Military Helicopter, Attack/Assault Military Helicopter, Search and Rescue Military Helicopter, Multi-Role Military Helicopter, Reconnaissance and Observation Military Helicopter 3) By Number of Engine: Single, Twin Engine 4) By Component & System: Airframe, Main Rotor Sysmtems, Anti-Torque systems, Electrical Systems, Hydraulic Systems, Avionics, Stability Augmentation Systems, Flight Control Systems, Undercarriages, Environmental Control Systems, Emergency Services, Special-purpose Systems, Engines

Aircraft And Aircraft Parts Manufacturing And Repair & Maintenance Market - By Segments (Aircraft Manufacturing, Aircraft Parts Manufacturing, And Aircraft And Aircraft Parts Repair & Maintenance), Trends, Drivers, Market Size, And By Region, Opportunities And Strategies Global Forecast To 2021

Aircraft And Aircraft Parts Manufacturing And Repair & Maintenance Market Definition The aircraft and aircraft parts manufacturing and repair & maintenance market (or aircraft and aircraft parts manufacturing and repair services market) consists of sales of complete aircraft and aircraft parts for civilian and military purposes, and related services such as maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) services for aircraft by entities (organizations, sole traders and partnerships) that manufacture aircraft and aircraft parts for civilian and military purposes and/or provide related services. The aircraft and aircraft parts manufacturing and repair & maintenance industry consists of companies involved in developing prototypes and manufacturing or assembling of complete aircraft and aircraft parts. This industry also includes companies that provide modifications or conversions, repair, parts replacing, and complete overhauling and rebuilding of aircraft. The types of aircraft manufactured by companies in this industry include gliders, helicopters, drones, ultra-light aircraft, passenger aircraft, private jets, military aircrafts, fighter jets, bombers and unmanned and robotic aircraft.

The aerospace support and auxiliary equipment market consists of sales of support and auxiliary equipment by entities (organizations, sole traders or partnerships) that produce support and auxiliary equipment including commercial radars, air traffic control towers, satellites and other auxiliary equipment. The market includes maintenance services provided by aerospace support and auxiliary equipment manufacturers during the equipments warranty period. The global aerospace support and auxiliary equipment market is expected to grow from $26.99 billion in 2020 to $28.22 billion in 2021 at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 4.6%. The growth is mainly due to the companies rearranging their operations and recovering from the COVID-19 impact, which had earlier led to restrictive containment measures involving social distancing, remote working, and the closure of commercial activities that resulted in operational challenges. The market is expected to reach $32.86 billion in 2025 at a CAGR of 4%. Asia Pacific was the largest region in the global aerospace support and auxiliary equipment market, accounting for 37% of the market in 2020. North America was the second largest region, accounting for 23% of the global aerospace support and auxiliary equipment market. Africa was the smallest region in the global aerospace support and auxiliary equipment market. Rapid advances in wireless technology and miniaturization (which refers to designing smaller components for equipment) is expected to drive innovation in defense market, thus driving the market during the forecast period. Furthermore, technologies such as 3D printing, artificial intelligence and big data analytics are being used during the manufacturing process, resulting in higher productivity, lower operating costs and higher margins. Lower operating costs lead to higher margins, this allows companies to expand production and increase product portfolio, thus driving the growth of the aerospace support and auxiliary equipment market. Multi-Function Radio Frequency System (MFRFS) is increasingly being used for operational radar frequency ranges towards applications for broadband. The MFRFS is an electronically scanned radar system that can detect and track threats at a wider range. The wider frequency range enhances the survivability for combat missions in case of no visibility in both horizontal and vertical direction (zero-zero visibility condition). It also provides additional electronic warfare functionalities and gives the pilots the ability to land safely in adverse conditions. Raytheon and NCS are manufacturing radars with MFRFS technology. The major players covered in the global aerospace support and auxiliary equipment market are Lockheed Martin, Northrop Grumman, Raytheon, Reutech Radar Systems, Rockwell Collins. The countries covered in the global aerospace support and auxiliary equipment market are Argentina, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, Chile, China, Colombia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Egypt, Finland, France, Germany, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Japan, Malaysia, Mexico, Netherlands, New Zealand, Nigeria, Norway, Peru, Philippines, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, South Africa, South Korea, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Thailand, Turkey, UAE, UK, USA, Venezuela, Vietnam. The regions covered in the global aerospace support and auxiliary equipment market are Asia-Pacific, Western Europe, Eastern Europe, North America, South America, Middle East, Africa. The global aerospace support and auxiliary equipment market is segmented - 1) By Type: Commercial Radars, Satellites 2) By Ownership: Public, Private Subsegments Covered: Continuous Waveform, Pulse Waveform, Large Satellite, Mini Satellite, Micro Satellite, Nano Satellite

The air based defense equipment market consists of sales of air based defense equipment by entities (organizations, sole traders and partnerships) that produce air based defense equipment including support and auxiliary equipment for air based defense such as radar, satellites, sonars and other auxiliary equipment. The air based defense equipment market is segmented into fighter aircrafts; military helicopters and military gliders and drones. The global air based defense equipment market is expected to grow from $174.85 billion in 2020 to $178.34 billion in 2021 at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 2%. The growth is mainly due to the companies rearranging their operations and recovering from the COVID-19 impact, which had earlier led to restrictive containment measures involving social distancing, remote working, and the closure of commercial activities that resulted in operational challenges. The market is expected to reach $223.33 billion in 2025 at a CAGR of 6%. Asia Pacific was the largest region in the global air based defense equipment market, accounting for 37% of the market in 2020. North America was the second largest region, accounting for 20% of the global air based defense equipment market. South America was the smallest region in the global air based defense equipment market. Rapid advances in wireless technology and miniaturization (which refers to designing smaller components for equipment) is expected to drive innovation in air based defense market, thus driving the market during the forecast period. Furthermore, technologies such as 3D printing, artificial intelligence and big data analytics are being used during the manufacturing process, resulting in higher productivity, lower operating costs and higher margins. Lower operating costs lead to higher margins, this allows companies to expand production and increase product portfolio, thus driving the growth of air based defense equipment market in historic period. Uncertainty about government stabilities and policies affects the import of raw materials required for manufacturing aircraft parts, creating a negative impact on the air based defense equipment market. Uncertainties about government policies brought about by cancellation of trade agreements cause companies to decrease their import volumes to keep expenditures at the levels of previous years or to increase prices of finished products due to increased costs. For instance, the withdrawal of the USA from the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) trade deal and the $250 billion tariffs on imported products from China by the US government to protect the US steel industry, has pushed up the costs for all defense as well as for commercial aircraft parts. Therefore, hindering the growth of the air based defense equipment market. Companies in the air-based defense equipment manufacturing market are using 3D printing technology to develop light weight structural as well as nonstructural military aircraft parts. 3D printing technology can be used to build three dimensional objects using digital models by laying successive layers of material. 3D printing is used in the air-based equipment manufacturing to create military aircraft parts with complex geometries quickly at low cost. The technology creates three-dimensional models of aircraft parts using metals, plastics, polymers, ceramics and other derivatives. For instance, in 2019 the U.S. Air force installed 17 3D printing parts on its C-5 Super Galaxy transport jet. The installed parts included crew bunk areas of the plane, overhead panels, reading and emergency light covers, window reveals gasper panels and aluminum seal retention handles. The major players covered in the global air based defense equipment market are The Boeing Company, Lockheed Martin, General Dynamics Corporation, Northrop Grumman, Safran Group. The countries covered in the global air based defense equipment market are Argentina, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, Chile, China, Colombia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Egypt, Finland, France, Germany, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Japan, Malaysia, Mexico, Netherlands, New Zealand, Nigeria, Norway, Peru, Philippines, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, South Africa, South Korea, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Thailand, Turkey, UAE, UK, USA, Venezuela, Vietnam. The regions covered in the global air based defense equipment market are Asia-Pacific, Western Europe, Eastern Europe, North America, South America, Middle East, Africa. The global air based defense equipment market is segmented - 1) By Type: Fighter Aircrafts, Military Helicopters, Military Gliders and Drones 2) By Operation: Autonomous Air based Defense Equipment, Manual Subsegments Covered: Conventional Take-off and Landing Aircraft, Short Take-off and Landing Aircraft, Vertical Take-off and Landing Aircraft, Light Helicopters, Medium Helicopters, Heavy Helicopters, Visual Line Of Sight (VLOS), Extended Visual Line Of Sight (EVLOS), Beyond Visual Line Of Sight (BVLOS)

The defense support and auxiliary equipment market consists of sales of support and auxiliary equipment for defense by entities (organizations, sole traders and partnerships) that manufacture support and auxiliary equipment for defense including equipment such as radar, satellites, sonars and other equipment. The defense support and auxiliary equipment market is segmented into military radars; military satellites and other defense support and auxiliary equipment. The global defense support and auxiliary equipment market is expected to grow from $120.46 billion in 2020 to $122.62 billion in 2021 at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 1.8%. The growth is mainly due to the companies rearranging their operations and recovering from the COVID-19 impact, which had earlier led to restrictive containment measures involving social distancing, remote working, and the closure of commercial activities that resulted in operational challenges. The market is expected to reach $143.42 billion in 2025 at a CAGR of 4%. North America was the largest region in the global defense support and auxiliary equipment market, accounting for 36% of the market in 2020. Asia Pacific was the second largest region, accounting for 29% of the global defense support and auxiliary equipment market. Africa was the smallest region in the global defense support and auxiliary equipment market. Rapid advances in wireless technology and miniaturization (which refers to designing smaller components for equipment) is expected to drive innovation in defense market, thus driving the market during the forecast period. Furthermore, technologies such as 3D printing, artificial intelligence and big data analytics are being used during the manufacturing process, resulting in higher productivity, lower operating costs and higher margins. Lower operating costs lead to higher margins, this allows companies to expand production and increase product portfolio, thus driving the growth of the defense support and auxiliary equipment market. Use of passive radars are gaining traction in the market due to its advantages across wide range of defense and civil applications and cost effectiveness. Passive radars use the existing electromagnetic signals from the atmosphere to support imaging and tracking capabilities, whereas the regular/active radar sends out electromagnetic signals to the target and receives reflected signals from the target. Passive radars use ambient radio signals for tracking and surveillance and are less expensive to operate. Some examples of passive radar systems are Silent Sentry by Lockheed Martin, Celldar by Roke Manor Research Limited, and Homeland Alerter 100 by Thales Group. The major players covered in the global defense support and auxiliary equipment market are The Boeing Company, United Technologies Corporation, General Dynamics Corp, GE Aviation, Northrop Grumman Corp. The countries covered in the global defense support and auxiliary equipment market are Argentina, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, Chile, China, Colombia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Egypt, Finland, France, Germany, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Japan, Malaysia, Mexico, Netherlands, New Zealand, Nigeria, Norway, Peru, Philippines, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, South Africa, South Korea, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Thailand, Turkey, UAE, UK, USA, Venezuela, Vietnam. The regions covered in the global defense support and auxiliary equipment market are Asia-Pacific, Western Europe, Eastern Europe, North America, South America, Middle East, Africa. The global defense support and auxiliary equipment market is segmented - By Type: Military Radars, Military Satellites, Other Defense Support and Auxiliary Equipment Subsegments Covered: Continuous Waveform, Pulse Waveform, Large Satellite, Mini Satellite, Micro Satellite, Nano Satellite

The aircraft maintenance, repair and overhauling services market consists of sales of aircraft maintenance, repair and overhauling (MRO) services and related goods by entities (organizations, sole traders or partnerships) that maintain, repair and overhaul commercial aircraft including helicopters, gliders, drones, aircraft turbines, aircraft engines and rocket engines. The market numbers in this report include sales of spare parts to end consumers by aircraft MRO providers that are used during the aircraft MRO activities. The aircraft maintenance, repair and overhauling services market is segmented into commercial aircrafts MRO services; commercial helicopters MRO services; commercial gliders and drones MRO services; aircraft turbines MRO services; aircraft engines MRO services and rocket engines MRO services. The global aircraft maintenance, repair and overhauling services market is expected to grow from $63.19 billion in 2020 to $68.06 billion in 2021 at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 7.7%. The growth is mainly due to the companies rearranging their operations and recovering from the COVID-19 impact, which had earlier led to restrictive containment measures involving social distancing, remote working, and the closure of commercial activities that resulted in operational challenges. The market is expected to reach $87.6 billion in 2025 at a CAGR of 7%. Asia Pacific was the largest region in the global aircraft maintenance, repair and overhauling services market, accounting for 38% of the market in 2020. North America was the second largest region accounting for 23% of the global market. Africa was the smallest region in the global aircraft maintenance, repair and overhauling services market. Rapid advances in wireless technology and miniaturization (which refers to designing smaller components for equipment) is expected to drive innovation in defense market, thus driving the market during the forecast period. Furthermore, technologies such as 3D printing, artificial intelligence and big data analytics are being used during the manufacturing process, resulting in higher productivity, lower operating costs and higher margins. Lower operating costs lead to higher margins, this allows companies to expand production and increase product portfolio, thus driving the growth of the aircraft maintenance, repair and overhauling services market. Rising cyber-attacks on the confidential data transferred through sensitive paths in the value chain of the aerospace industry are expected to be a restraint on the aircraft maintenance, repair and overhauling services market in the forecast period. Companies involved in the value chain of aircraft maintenance, repair and overhauling services exchange a lot of confidential data on specifications, technology and performance of equipment or services to enhance collaborations on design, development and support. The data exchanged within the supply chain can be stolen and used by unethical competitors to copy products and reduce market prices of the products. To eliminate the threat, companies in the aerospace industry invest in next generation cyber security solutions to protect their data from advanced cyber-attacks. For example, leading players such as Lockheed Martin are investing in developing cyber security solutions with offensive and defensive capabilities. Cyber-attacks by governments of enemy countries or competitors are expected to hinder the growth of the aircraft maintenance, repair and overhauling services market. Digital thread and digital twin are two interlinked concepts trending in the aircraft parts manufacturing, repair & maintenance market. Digital thread is a communication framework that allows connected data flow throughout the lifecycle and across functions such as design, engineering, production and maintenance providing an integrated, authoritative, up-to-the-minute view of the asset's data that can be accessed at anytime, anywhere. Digital twin includes design specifications and engineering models describing its geometry, materials, parts and behavior which give a digital model of a particular product. Both concepts analyze data captured digitally from end-to-end throughout a product's lifecycle beginning with design and extending through maintenance, repair and overhaul to improve the performance of future programs. In aircraft maintenance complexity, this helps in maintaining digital records, minimizing downtime, and streamlining regulatory compliance. Major companies in the market include Honeywell Aerospace; AAR Corporation; Air France Industries KLM Engineering & Maintenance; Airbus SAS; The Boeing Company. The countries covered in the global aircraft maintenance, repair and overhauling services market are Australia, Brazil, China, France, Germany, India, Indonesia, Japan, Russia, South Korea, UK, USA. The regions covered in the global aircraft maintenance, repair and overhauling services market are Asia-Pacific, Western Europe, Eastern Europe, North America, South America, Middle East, Africa. The global aircraft maintenance, repair and overhauling services market is segmented - 1) By Type: Commercial Aircrafts MRO Services, Commercial Helicopters MRO Services, Commercial Gliders and Drones MRO Services, Aircraft Turbines MRO Services, Aircraft Engines MRO Services, Rocket Engines MRO Services 2) By Aircraft Division: Engine, Cabin Interior, Airframe, Avionics, Others 3) By Size: Wide-Body, Narrow-Body, Regional, Others 4) By Service Type: Annual Maintainance Contract, Individual Works, Others

The commercial aircraft market consists of sales of commercial aircraft including helicopters, gliders and drones, aircraft parts by entities (organizations, sole traders and partnerships) that produce civilian and commercial aircraft including helicopters, gliders and drones, aircraft parts such as aircraft turbines, aircraft engines and rocket engines for commercial purposes. The market includes MRO (Maintenance Repair and Overhaul) services provided by manufacturers during the aircrafts warranty period. The commercial aircraft market is segmented into passenger aircrafts; commercial helicopters; aircraft turbines; aircraft engines and rocket engines. The global commercial aircraft market is expected to grow from $207.84 billion in 2020 to $231.68 billion in 2021 at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 11.5%. The growth is mainly due to the companies rearranging their operations and recovering from the COVID-19 impact, which had earlier led to restrictive containment measures involving social distancing, remote working, and the closure of commercial activities that resulted in operational challenges. The market is expected to reach $310.41 billion in 2025 at a CAGR of 8%. North America was the largest region in the global commercial aircraft market, accounting for 61% of the market in 2020. Asia Pacific was the second largest region accounting for 15% of the global market. Eastern Europe was the smallest region in the global commercial aircraft market. Legal authority allowing the use of drones for commercial use is being extended more widely increasing a potential revenue channel for aircraft manufacturers. For example, the US Federal Aviation Authority issued a rule allowing the use of drones for commercial purposes under certain conditions without a special waiver that was expensive and time-consuming to obtain that severely restricted the use of drone . Relaxation of the regulations is expected to aid the market for commercial drones in the forecast period. Many other countries follow the FAA's regulatory lead to clear commercial drones for take-off not just in the USA, but worldwide. Combined with the launch of reliable and stronger drones specifically for commercial use, such as the drones manufactured by a Chinese company DJI and public sales of commercial drones are expected to drive rapid growth in the drone segment of the commercial aircraft manufacturing market. The outbreak of the Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) has acted as a massive restraint on the commercial aircraft manufacturing market in 2020 as supply chains were disrupted due to trade restrictions and manufacturing was affected due to lockdowns imposed by governments globally. COVID 19 is an infectious disease with flu-like symptoms including fever, cough, and difficulty in breathing. The virus was first identified in 2019 in Wuhan, Hubei province of the Peoples Republic of China and spread globally including Western Europe, North America and Asia. Defense equipment manufacturers depend on supply of raw materials and parts from different countries across the globe. As many governments restricted the movement of goods across countries, manufacturers had to halt production due to lack of parts and raw materials. The outbreak is expected to continue to have a negative impact on businesses throughout 2020 and into 2021. However, it is expected that the commercial aircraft manufacturing market will recover from the shock across the forecast period as it is a 'black swan' event and not related to ongoing or fundamental weaknesses in the market or the global economy. Aircraft manufacturers are using machine-learning techniques such as artificial intelligence (AI) to improve aircraft safety and quality, and to improve manufacturing productivity. Machine learning algorithms collect data from machine-to-machine and machine-to-human interfaces and use data analytics to drive effective decision making. These technologies optimize manufacturing operations and lower costs. For example, GE Aviation uses machine learning and data analytics to identify faults in engines, which increases components' lives and reduces maintenance costs. Boeing has successfully built machine-learning algorithms to design aircraft and automate factory operations. Major companies in the market include Airbus; The Boeing Company; United Technologies Corporation; Bombardier Inc.; Embraer SA. The countries covered in the global commercial aircraft market are Australia, Brazil, China, France, Germany, India, Indonesia, Japan, Russia, South Korea, UK, USA. The regions covered in the global commercial aircraft market are Asia-Pacific, Western Europe, Eastern Europe, North America, South America, Middle East, Africa. The global commercial aircraft market is segmented - 1) By Type: Passenger Aircrafts, Commercial Helicopters, Commercial Gliders and Drones, Aircraft Turbines, Aircraft Engines, Rocket Engines 2) By Engine Type: Turbofan, Turboprop, Turboshaft 3) By Size: Wide-Body, Narrow-Body, Regional, Others 4) By End-User: Government, Private Sector 5) By Operation: Autonomous Aircraft, Manual

The aerospace market consists of sales of aerospace equipment (including aircraft) by entities (organizations, sole traders and partnerships) that produce commercial aircraft, undertake aircraft maintenance, repair and overhauling services, and produce support and auxiliary equipment, such as radar, air traffic control towers and satellites for civilian purpose. The aerospace industry consists of companies involved in developing prototypes and the manufacturing or assembling of complete aircraft and aircraft parts for commercial purposes. This industry also includes companies that provide modifications or conversions, repair, parts replacing, and complete overhauling and rebuilding of commercial aircraft. The types of aircraft manufactured by companies in this industry include gliders, helicopters, drones, ultra-light aircraft, passenger aircraft and private jets. The aerospace market is segmented into commercial aircraft; aircraft maintenance, repair and overhauling services and aerospace support and auxiliary equipment. The global aerospace market is expected to grow from $298.01 billion in 2020 to $327.96 billion in 2021 at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 10%. The growth is mainly due to the companies rearranging their operations and recovering from the COVID-19 impact, which had earlier led to restrictive containment measures involving social distancing, remote working, and the closure of commercial activities that resulted in operational challenges. The market is expected to reach $430.87 billion in 2025 at a CAGR of 7%. North America was the largest region in the global aerospace market, accounting for 50% of the market in 2020. Asia Pacific was the second largest region accounting for 22% of the global market. Eastern Europe was the smallest region in the global aerospace market. The overall economic growth of the emerging economies is expected to positively impact the commercial aircraft manufacturing market. Rising disposable income, a result of the economic growth, in emerging markets had a positive impact on the demand for air travel. The International Monetary Fund (IMF) predicts that the global GDP growth will be 5.4% in 2021. Developed economies are also expected to register stable growth during the forecast period. Additionally, emerging markets are expected to continue to grow slightly faster than the developed markets in the forecast period. Stable economic growth is expected to increase investments for nation's security, thereby driving the aerospace market during forecast period. Aircraft manufacturers are using machine-learning techniques such as artificial intelligence (AI) to improve aircraft safety and quality, and to improve manufacturing productivity. Machine learning algorithms collect data from machine-to-machine and machine-to-human interfaces and use data analytics to drive effective decision making. These technologies optimize manufacturing operations and lower costs. For example, GE Aviation uses machine learning and data analytics to identify faults in engines, which increases components' lives and reduces maintenance costs. Boeing has successfully built machine-learning algorithms to design aircraft and automate factory operations. Helicopter manufacturing companies are increasingly using parts produced with carbon fiber reinforced plastics composite (CFRP) material as this material provides higher strength to helicopter parts than conventional metal parts. CFRP materials enhance strength and lower weight of helicopters and offer higher corrosion resistance. These properties enable helicopters to handle higher loads. Major helicopter manufacturers using CFRP materials include Airbus, Boeing and Sikorsky. Major companies in the market include The Boeing Company; Airbus; Lockheed Martin Corporation; General Dynamics Corporation; Northrop Grumman Corporation. The countries covered in the global aerospace market are Australia, Brazil, China, France, Germany, India, Indonesia, Japan, Russia, South Korea, UK, USA. The regions covered in the global aerospace market are Asia-Pacific, Western Europe, Eastern Europe, North America, South America, Middle East, Africa. The global aerospace market is segmented - 1) By Type: Commercial Aircraft, Aircraft Maintenance, Repair and Overhauling Services, Aerospace Support and Auxiliary Equipment 2) By Size: Wide-Body, Narrow-Body, Regional, Others 3) By End-User: Government, Private Sector 4) By Operation: Autonomous Aircraft, Manual Subsegments Covered: Passenger Aircrafts, Commercial Helicopters, Commercial Gliders and Drones, Aircraft Turbines, Aircraft Engines, Rocket Engines, Commercial Aircrafts MRO Services, Commercial Helicopters MRO Services, Commercial Gliders and Drones MRO Services, Aircraft Turbines MRO Services, Aircraft Engines MRO Services, Rocket Engines MRO Services, Commercial Radars, Satellites

turkish e-commerce firm d-market to seek to raise $737 mln in us ipo

turkish e-commerce firm d-market to seek to raise $737 mln in us ipo

ANKARA (Turkey), June 24 (SeeNews) - Turkey's D-MARKET Electronic Services & Trading, the holding company behind e-commerce platform Hepsiburada, will seek to raise gross proceeds of up to $737.6 million (617.8 million euro) in a planned initial public offering (IPO) in the US, it said.

More than 56.7 million American Depositary Shares (ADSs) will be placed in the transaction at a targeted price range of between $11 and $13 apiece, the Istanbul-based firm said in a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) published on Wednesday.

D-MARKET intends to sell roughly 41.7 million ADSs, while an insider will be offering just above 15 million units. The selling shareholder is TurkCommerce BV, which is owned by a foreign entity controlled by US asset manager Franklin Templeton.

The e-commerce platform owner noted in the filing that it will not receive any proceeds from the sale of ADSs by TurkCommerce. The company intends to use the net proceeds from the floatation for general corporate purposes, including working capital, operating expenses and capital expenditures. A portion may also go for acquisitions of, or strategic investments in, complementary businesses, products, services, or technologies, the firm said.

The Turkish firm has applied to list on the Nasdaq Global Select Market under the ticker symbol HEPS. At the top end of the marketed IPO price range, it would command a market capitalisation of $3.7 billion, based on 286 million Class B shares to be outstanding after the offering.

D-MARKET is controlled by Turkeys Dogan family, the owners of one of the country's largest conglomerates, Dogan Holdings. The e-commerce platform was founded by Hanzade Vasfiye Dogan Boyner, who is listed in the prospectus as a holder of 74.6% of the total voting power of the company. Upon completion, the founder will hold 71.1% of the voting power.

Established in 2000, Hepsiburada holds about 2% share of the highly fragmented Turkish retail market which remains dominated by offline retail players, according to research and analysis firm ADL. In 2020, it connected 33 million members, nine million active customers and a base of around 45,000 merchants.

The business generated revenue of more than 6.37 billion lira in 2020, up from 2.6 billion lira in 2019. It reported operating loss of 181 million lira last year, compared with 101.1 million lira profit a year earlier.

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global aircraft galley equipment market 2021 status and outlook, future estimations with top key players, application and segmentation by 2026

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A recent market research analysis on Global Aircraft Galley Equipment Market Growth 2021-2026 by MRInsights.biz covers comprehensive market analysis, evaluation of findings, as well as assumptions taken from a variety of sources. The research report offers an in-depth look at the service providers operating in the global Aircraft Galley Equipment market. According to the analyst, the market is going through a large number of uncertainties since the last year but is also driven by few notable trends. Higher employment and increased revenues are several signs that state that the global Aircraft Galley Equipment market is growing. The report provides a brief evaluation of the industry using a SWOT analysis of the providers and market structure.

NOTE: Consumer behaviour has changed within all sectors of the society amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Industries on the other hand will have to restructure their strategies in order to adjust with the changing market requirements. This report offers you an analysis of the COVID-19 impact on the Aircraft Galley Equipment market and will help you in strategising your business as per the new industry norms.

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This market report identifies the leading players in the global Aircraft Galley Equipment marketplace. The market study also examines a range of significant variables that have a significant impact on the global industry's growth. This report gives a brief description of all the factors influencing the growth of these market players as well as profiles their companies, their product portfolios, marketing strategies, operational processes, technology integrations, and more information about these market players. In addition, the mergers and acquisitions that have enhanced the product portfolios of different vendors have been included in the report.

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NOTE: Consumer behaviour has changed within all sectors of the society amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Industries on the other hand will have to restructure their strategies in order to adjust with the changing market requirements. This report offers you an analysis of the COVID-19 impact on the Aircraft Galley Equipment market and will help you in strategising your business as per the new industry norms.

The report then gives brief information about the market including positive and negative growth trends, investment opportunities, the scope of the products and services in the market in the future, and more such knowledge on the global Aircraft Galley Equipment industry. The report also provides a detailed overview of the industry, implementation, innovations, instances, imports, offers, and income improvement rates, among other items. The research study also includes a thorough analysis of market segmentation based on application, type, consumers, major players, and other market elements.

This market report identifies the leading players in the global Aircraft Galley Equipment marketplace. The market study also examines a range of significant variables that have a significant impact on the global industry's growth. This report gives a brief description of all the factors influencing the growth of these market players as well as profiles their companies, their product portfolios, marketing strategies, operational processes, technology integrations, and more information about these market players. In addition, the mergers and acquisitions that have enhanced the product portfolios of different vendors have been included in the report.

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ukrainian mining equipment supplier corum enters turkish coal market with pilot contract for roof supports - international mining

ukrainian mining equipment supplier corum enters turkish coal market with pilot contract for roof supports - international mining

Corum Group (part of DTEK Energy), the largest manufacturer of mining equipment in Ukraine, is entering the Turkish market. The first contract was signed with the leading coal mining company Imbat Madencilik for the pilot supply of KD90T 17.5/28 roof supports. Entering new markets is one of the key directions of the company, approved within the framework of the adopted development strategy until 2030. Based on its experience in developing individual products for customer needs and a wide product portfolio, Corum has set a goal to establish the supply of mining equipment to the markets of Turkey and India.

The conclusion of a contract with Imbat Madencilik is an assessment of the quality of our companys products and confirmation of the high qualification of the employees. Due to mining and geological features in Turkey, coal mining is associated with other dangerous and complex challenges than in Ukraine. Therefore, in the foreground occupational safety and modern technological solutions, says Oleg Nesterenko, director of Corum Trading. And Corum Group equipment, thanks to innovations and constant improvement, is focused on efficient and safe work of miners. Therefore, we can solve the most difficult problems. Corum Group is a Ukrainian business with a European service trusted by national and international partners.

Specialists of the Corum Group engineering and technical center optimised the design of the KD90T 17.5/28 roof support to the customers conditions and agreed on the technical conditions for the tests. The supports will be manufactured at one of the Corum enterprises Korum Druzhkivsky Machine-Building Plant. Shipment to the client is planned by end-summer 2021.

Imbat Madencilik is an example to follow when it comes to developing long-term business in Turkey. We are constantly looking for innovation and improvement. Corum Group has extensive experience in the field of mechanical engineering. Corum experts paid a lot of attention to the issues that arise with our current fleet of mechanised roof supports from Poland and China, asked questions about the problems and suggested ways to solve them. Thats why we decided to try and test Corum products, commented Imbat Madenciliks General Manager, Yavuz Burbut.

mining equipment market in turkey | market research report | lucintel

mining equipment market in turkey | market research report | lucintel

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machinery for construction, mining and quarrying in turkey: isic 2924 | market research report | euromonitor

machinery for construction, mining and quarrying in turkey: isic 2924 | market research report | euromonitor

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an introduction to the mining industry in turkey | iflr1000

an introduction to the mining industry in turkey | iflr1000

Recently there has been an increase in mining activity and local investors and foreign investors are active. There are approximately 60 different types of mines within the country. Turkey is 10th in the world in terms of mineral variety and 28th for its production of underground resources. 60 types of minerals are said to have been produced in Turkey. Raw minerals, for use within construction, cosmetics and agricultural sectors are the most important but the problem is we need, here in Turkey, more qualified expertise and technology to extract.

Mining exports account for a significant amount of the countrys GDP. Copper, chrome, coal, marble and boron are the key minerals in the market. Turkey owns 75% of the worlds boron reserves. Turkeys large and diverse mineral resource base includes coal, gold, iron and lead, mercury, silver, tin, other precious metals and coal.

The West of the country is generally rich in lignite (brown coal) and the West Black Sea of the country is rich in coal. Several districts of Turkey are rich in Iron. The East is less developed but rich in minerals. Eastern Turkey is more involved in the energy sector. In terms of mining, some foreign investors are not eager to invest there because of the geo-political situation but some of the culturally aware locals continue to develop the mining sector.

The main regulator is the General Directorate of Mining Affairs (MIGEM) a division of the Turkish Ministry of Energy and Natural Resources, and is the authorised body which regulates mining activities and issues mining licences. The latest substantial amendments to the mining law were in February 2015 and the implementation of the new mining law is under discussion by the regulation makers and we expect that the Communique for the Implementation of the Mining Law will be entered into force and published soon.

The Ministry of Environment and Forestry, Municipalities or Special Provincial Administration, Public Waterworks Administrations, Ministry of Public Works and Settlement, Ministry of Culture and Tourism are the other main governmental authorities when it comes to mining activities.

This is a good question given the upcoming elections in June. I think that this will extend the amount of time required for the amendment of the communique because the government is busy dealing with the electoral matters. During this time I believe the mining authority (MIGEM) is trying to help us to make the implementation without any violation.

According to our mining law the mines are under the domination and disposition of the State but the mining rights are granted to Turkish citizens and/or private entities. Private entities must be established in accordance with Turkish Law but private shareholders can be shareholders of such an entity. There are no restrictions for the shareholders under mining legislation as long as there is a locally established mining company, however the information regarding the shareholders are provided to MIGEM and the shareholders in a locally established company should comply with the rules of Turkish Commercial Code. Authorities grant exploration, production and operation rights and permits depending on the size and the project.

The mining licensing process is generally OK if you submit your project to the requirements of the authorities technically and legally and then other permits and licences with other authorities. I dont want to give a specific time period but it takes a minimum of 5-6 months.

You generally deal with the ministry centrally but, for example, opening an operation work permit you have to apply to the provincial administration for the city and in that aspect it is regional. For the environmental licence you deal with the ministry but for other parts of these environmental licences you also have to work with the local authorities.

On the financing side they are generally financed by themselves foreign companies do not use any bank finance infrastructure. In Turkey there are public or private banks used by the hydropower sector, for example, but for the mining sector it has not matured yet. Generally, banks, and Turkish banks especially, are reluctant to get involved in project financing mining projects. The banks risk analysers cannot see the production and cannot make any project finance but they can see credit arrangements. Big Turkish companies have subsidiaries affiliated in the mining sector and use credit arrangements in the financing of their mining operations. Again for medium and small sized companies we dont see any bank financing support as negotiating agreements, risk analysis for the board of the bank, negotiation agreement on the credit and securities agreements are all detailed economic procedures and medium sized companies often cannot afford these things. Even if they can afford it they do not choose this route.

Large companies (for example mining companies like Eti, Eregli Demir elik) are usually formed from privatisations. These companies have an active role in the securities markets as they are issuing shares to the public and occasionally issuing bonds.

We need time for this. In the near future I dont see major change because for the hydropower clients, for example the Turkish banks, after several years, are very positive about project financing within this sector. In the mining sector we need time.

We expect major developments in Nuclear energy. Uranium resources which are required for nuclear energy centrals are recently explored in Turkey which is a good development. Construction is underway at one site on the Mediterranean side of the country called the Akkuyu Nuclear Power Plant and finance has been secured at the initial stage for a further project in Northern Turkey called the Sinop Nuclear Power Plant.

Also the production of thourium (toryum) is more developed under the new mining law and it has been identified recently that Turkey is very rich in thourium reserves and both can be used for renewable energy but it is a very important material in regard to Nuclear energy. Amendments have also been made taking into account all future projections in nuclear energy. Without any processing, the approximate value of the thourium reserves is around $120 billion.

Generally, there are a lot of foreign parties in the mining sector in Turkey and the foreign investors are entrusted in the future. The amendments to the mining law has been seen as good news for the investors and I expect to see more developments after the elections in June.

Gzde Esen Sakar is a partner at Bener Law Office with 14 years experience. She heads the energy practice of the firm (including oil, gas, hydropower, wind, solar and mining), but she also has extensive expertise in mergers and acquisitions, capital markets and finance transactions. She graduated from Ankara University Law Faculty. Ms Sakar has advised numerous multinational companies working and investing in Turkey in different areas of the economy. She has advised major and medium sized mining companies on mining legal due diligence, acquisitions, joint ventures, corporate, regulatory, environmental matters, royalty agreements, mining concessions and earn-in structures. She has written several articles and notes in specialised mining publications. She has been recognised as a leading expert in the hydropower, wind acquisition, financing projects by representing multiple foreign and local companies in Turkish market. She has been nominated as one of the worlds leading practitioners in the mining field in Turkey and announced by Whos Who Legal: Mining 2015.

turkey's construction sector driving growth in mining and construction machinery and equipment | turkey 2015 | oxford business group

turkey's construction sector driving growth in mining and construction machinery and equipment | turkey 2015 | oxford business group

As Turkeys economy and population have expanded, growth in its construction sector has benefitted from the existence of a vibrant domestic industry for manufacturing machinery. According to 2013 data from the Turkish Construction Equipment Manufacturers and Distributors Association (IMDER), the construction and mining machinery and equipment (CMME) sub-sector posted the second-fastest growth in the world between 2005 and 2013, after China. Turkeys CMME industry is the ninth largest in the world.

According to a 2014 report on the industry by the Ministry of Economy (MoE), CMME accounts for around 16% of Turkeys machinery production value. The CMME sub-sector also exported $1.6bn worth of equipment in 2013, with Germany, Romania, Iraq, the UK and Iran the main markets. Since 2002, all Turkish exported machinery has also borne the CE label, identifying it as meeting EU standards for quality.

Broken down by type and value, spare parts came in first among exports within the CMME subsector in 2013, responsible for $553m, followed by machinery for sorting, separating, screening, washing, crushing and grinding minerals, with $407m. Other important export items included bulldozers, angle dozers, grazers and excavators, at $162.2m, and lifting, handling, loading and unloading machinery, at $156.6m. Growth in these export figures has been impressive. The total stood at $927.5m in 2009, showing growth of $668m, or 72% over five years, at current prices.

The MoE numbers further show that some 500 companies are engaged in the manufacture of CMME, nationwide. Around 60% of all of these firms are in the Marmara and Aegean regions, located close to the sites of major work and good transportation links. Further supporting the sector are several related industries. Automotives has long been a major part of the Turkish economy, with many international companies active in the country via joint ventures with locals (see Industry chapter). At the same time, the steel and non-ferrous metals industries are long established, providing locally sourced materials for CMME manufacture. Plastics too are a local industry, as are glass and synthetic rubber. There is also a pool of experienced and qualified staff, with CMME manufacturing, which tends to require a much higher technical and research and development capacity than many other kinds of manufacturing, able to count on good-quality local hires. In addition, Turkey offers 21 free zones with a range of tax exemptions for industrial and manufacturing companies. All this has facilitated CMME growth.

Yet the scale of the boom in the domestic construction sector, with giant projects such as the third Bosphorus bridge and the new Istanbul airport, has meant that the domestic CMME subsector has been unable to keep up with demand. The latest figures available, for 2012, show that there was a demand for around $2bn of CMME domestically that year, with a 37% annual hike in demand since 2009. In consequence, imports of CMME have begun to increase, with around half of all new demand since 2009 being met by these. A major opportunity exists too for the development and manufacture of small-sized construction equipment, given that a lot of the domestic demand is for projects in existing areas. The governments urban regeneration project, which seeks to demolish and rebuild or upgrade 6.5m housing units over a 20-year period, creates a huge demand for such equipment.

Much of the expertise for the manufacture of small-scale CMME has already been developed, with the sub-sector looking for investment to boost capacity and reach. Such investments also have lower capital requirements than those for the manufacture of larger units. The industry, therefore, faces some of the same challenges and opportunities as the Turkish market as a whole: there is solid domestic demand and a strong need for foreign investment to meet that demand in a sustainable fashion. In the meantime, however, this sub-sector is set to continue to expand, with many of the cranes towering over the worlds construction hotspots already bearing the Made in Turkey trademark.

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medical devices: why you should enter the turkish healthcare market

medical devices: why you should enter the turkish healthcare market

Medical devices abstract: With the 15th largest economy1 in the world and an annualized average GDP of 4% 2, Turkeyis an economic powerhouse. Its manufacturing sector has experienced vigorous growth 3, offering US medical device companies a strong infrastructure if they choose to manufacture their product in-country. Even more significantly, a variety of socioeconomic factors hasconverged to create a welcoming market for American-made medical devices. To be sure, the Turkish healthcare and medical devices market has the same crowding and competition as most markets. However, significant room remains for foreign companies with innovative (i.e., not currently available from Turkish healthcare manufacturers) products. American firms should strongly consider localizing their medical devices for the Turkish healthcare market, especially if they manufacture specific medical technologies as detailed in this article.

The 2016 Turkish healthcare market offersexciting opportunities for American medical device manufacturers. Turkeys healthcare system continues to modernize, expand and improve. At the same time, a rising GDP and near-universal healthcare bring increasing numbers of Turks into clinics and hospitals for medical procedures. A whirlwind tour of favorable factors would necessarily include:

In light of all the reasons in favor, penetration of the Turkish medical devices market is not without its hurdles. These are mostly red tape and localization issues, with a couple logistical complications thrown in for good measure. Note that the Turkish Ministry of Health does not allow foreign companies to sell used or refurbished medical devices in the country.

About 6,000 companies6 operate within the Turkish healthcare market. Of these, approximately 100 manufacture medical devices & equipment.Most of these domestic manufacturers make relatively low-tech items15 such as hospital furniture, surgical tools, disposable items, stents and the like. While Turkish R&D is producing some high-tech medical devices (e.g., the Robogait), significant space exists for US manufacturers to market medical devices of higher sophistication, greater complexity, lesser invasiveness or more recent invention. Specifically, market research by such organizations as the US Department of Commerce and the Emergo Group reveal a demand in the Turkish market for the following:

Now is the time to enter the Turkish healthcare market. Turkish manufacturers of medical devices, for the most part, focus on low value added products,19. Most likely, this is because they lack the substantial advantages that US and European companies enjoy with their countries research and development legacies. To fill the gap, European and American corporations have entered the Turkish healthcare market, but the Turkeys need for advanced medical devices remains far from filled. In fact, the opposite appears to be true the demand for specific medical devices technology (detailed above) seems to be greater than ever. Making the move to sell medical devices in Turkey requires some time, expense and difficulty; significant research is advisable. If you decide, based on your findings, that your product fills a demand in the Turkish healthcare market, any barriers to entry should offer a huge return on investment.

Cyle grew up all over the United States and the world. His father served in the Marine Corps and after graduating from BYU Cyle served in the military himself as a Captain in the US Army. He has lived overseas in Japan (3 years), Argentina (2 years), and Iraq (2 years). It was from living around the world learning different languages that Cyle realized how vital proper communication is. He saw how good translation and interpretation can bring people together to accomplish tasks and improve the world. But also he saw how destructive bad translation and interpretation can be as well. After transitioning from the military, Cyle work as an Advanced Management Partner for Cintas, a Fortune 500 company, in Indianapolis, IN helping it grow to the #1 office in the country. He then decided to use his background and talents in the translation industry helping inWhatLanguage more than quadruple in size during his tenure and being a finalist for REV GEN. Cyle is passionate in assisting companies to grow internationally and make big impacts in their desired foreign markets.

U.S. Translation Company offers voice over services in 100+ languages. Our experience has shown that voice over is a cost-effective solution to reach multilingual audiences. We have voice actors and announcers for narration, elearning, video voice over, radio commercials, internet videos, phone system IVR & phone hold, training videos and audiobooks.

Our voice talents have experience in theater, television, radio, advertising, and the audiobook industry. All our foreign talents are native to their country providing the right accent you are looking for. U.S. Translation will provide multiple voice samples so you can choose the artist that is to your liking.

With PEMT, your content is translated first by machine, and then reviewed and edited by a professional human linguist. Our clients save up to 30% by utilizing MTPE over standard human translation services.

Content that can be suitable for MTPE includes technical manuals, instructions, FAQs, and other product material. Some content is better suited for professional human translation like marketing and sales materials, advertising, and any material where idioms or nuances are important.

U.S. Translation Company clients typically use raw, unedited machine output for internal use only. From gisting, they can get well, the gist of a text. While gisting does not produce a document of publishable quality, it does communicate the primary message. This works well for some internal communications, databases, and the like.

Gisting can also allow a U.S. Translation Company client to assess whether they want to have the document fully professionally translated. Clients typically do this with requests for proposals (RFPs), tender requests, and similar content. By using raw machine translation services in such cases, clients can save up to 90% of what full human translation and desktop publishing would have cost them. In addition, raw machine translation is fastso fast that clients often experience a same-day turnaround.

If your organization has someone that speaks the language and feels capable of translating that is great news! But most professionals know the importance of someone else reviewing their work. This is how mistakes are avoided and saves massive headaches.

U.S. Translation Company provides human translation editing and proofreading services. Whether youd like to review an internal translation of a co-worker or even review translations from another vendor, U.S. Translation can help. Our professional reviewers have years of experience in your industry and can ensure you get the results you are looking for.

Language translation technologies are improving, yet professional human translation still provides the best quality. Human translation includes the ability to translate the meaning of a sentence, rather than just the words. And more importantly, it allows for the comprehension of idioms and other nuances that cannot be detected.

U.S. Translation Company has 2000+ professional translators who have been tested and certified to produce the best translation quality possible. Typically when people think of translation this is the quality level they expect so their message can resound with their target audience.

After your content have been translated and desktop publishing we finalize the translation and conduct our quality assurance. This is a detailed checklist and review done on all translations to ensure it meets the highest level of quality. This checklist can be reviewed and adjusted by our clients so it meets their desired specifications. Being a professional translation agency, there is no room for errors or mistakes and this step ensures that.

After your materials have been translated, we unleash our desktop publishing team on them. This small but dedicated cadre of semiotic wizards will pore over every jot and tittle. This goes way, way beyond translation. After all, its not enough for your document to read correctly if the layout is bungled. Thats why U.S. Translation Company invests so heavily in the post-translation process.

James was born and raised halfway across the world in Australia. His experience in Project Management and Business Development has allowed him to create and maintain lasting relationships with our clients. James is a valuable asset to our team as his level-headed approach to problem-solving helps him manage multiple projects at once.

Sonia was born in Northern Spain and moved to Utah almost 25 years ago. Sonia completed her undergraduate degree in linguistics as well as her Master of Business Administration from BYU. She began working in translation following her graduation and currently works as our Director of Translation solutions. With her help we have been able to create customer relationships that are based on the quality of work that her and her team produce.

Jesse Carrillo joins U.S. Translation Company with over 20 years of experience and has held several transformational executive roles in sales, strategy, go-to-market and creating distribution and VAR networks internationally. Most recently he was the President of EdgeFive Group where he grew the business from the ground upcreating a multi-million-dollar profitable company in less than a year. In addition, Carrillo spent nine years at Cornerstone Technologies where he served as the Chief Revenue Officer and grew revenue by over 500% during his tenure at the company.

David Utrilla studied international business and economics in Peru and in the USA. In 1995 he founded U.S. Translation Company and serves currently as its CEO. He has been given multiple awards including Utahs Best of State, listed six times in the Inc. 500/5000 for fastest growing companies in America, Mountain West Capital Networks top 100 fastest growing companies in Utah, and the Small Business Person of the Year by the SBA. In 2014 he received the Weber State University Distinguished Alumnus Award, the 2015 Utah Valley University Atlas Award, the 2016 Quixote Award by the Utah Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, and the 2018 International Person of the Year Award by the World Trade Association of Utah. David also serves on the Board of trustees of the Utah Symphony and Opera, is on the board of the World Trade Association of Utah, is the upcoming President of the Utah Consular Corps, is on the Weber State University Presidents National Advisory Council, is the Chair of the Advisory Board for the School of Business and Economics at WSU, is advisory council member of the Master of International Affairs and Global Enterprise program at the University of Utah, is Vice-Chair of the Utah Council for Citizen and Diplomacy, is an Advisory Committee Member of the U.S. Global Leadership Coalition, and is the Chair of the Global Community Advisory Board at Utah Valley University. In 2009 he was appointed by the President of Peru as the Honorary Consul of Peru in Utah and he currently holds this position.

Amy was born in Clinton, Maryland and raised in West Valley City, Utah. She graduated from Hunter High School in 1998 and furthered her education at Utah Valley State College in Orem, Utah studying Accounting. Amy is married, has 3 beautiful little girls, and 2 Labrador Retrievers. Before coming to U.S. Translation Company, Amy worked at UPS for 11 years as a Field Support Representative. There, she assisted the Account Managers with customer service, maintaining accounts, and researching issues with customer invoices. I love to be with my family. My husband and girls are the best thing that ever happened to me. We love to go out to the lake on our wave runners, barbecue, play with our dogs and watch movies together. I like to craft when I can find the time.

Giovanna was born in Ogden, Utah and is the oldest of three children. She graduated from Ogden High School and received an Associates Degree in Science from Snow College. In 2004 she earned a Bachelors in Psychology from Utah State University. Giovanna is married to her best friend Ryan, and has four children. Prior to U.S. Translation Company, Giovanna worked as a Case Manager at Weber Human Services. Scrap booking, being a mom, and traveling Ive been to Hawaii, Scotland, England, and Italy and I hope to do more in the future!

Kathy was born and raised in Texas. Before coming to U.S. Translation Company in 2004 Kathy worked with Bank of America as an International Currency Purchasing Agent in Japan and Korea. In addition to living in Japan, Kathy has lived in Georgia, Utah and now resides in North Carolina. She handles all sales and operations for our growing east coast clients. With her 12+ years in the translation industry, she excels at solving even the most difficult and challenging translation or interpretation requests of her clients. Kathy enjoys spending time with her two sons and husband. Traveling is always on her top of her list of items to do. She enjoys scuba diving, boxing and heading to the beach.

Dale was born in Palo Alto, California and grew up in San Jose, California where he graduated from high school. He lived for a couple of years in Spain and moved to Utah where he earned a BS in Finance from BYU and then got his MBA from the University of Utah with an emphasis in Accounting. Before working at US Translation Dale worked in a number of industries (medical device, food, defense, printing and financial management). He has worked in Accounting Management for a number of companies including as a Corporate Controller and as the owner of Gibson Consulting Services to help companies with their accounting needs. Dale enjoys spending time with his family of five children, a wife and four grandchildren. He has been involved as a baseball coach and soccer coach for over 15 years. He also enjoys skiing at the Utah ski resorts with his family and playing racquetball.

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