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Global Military Naval Vessels and SIS Market Assessment

  • September 2013
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  • Frost & Sullivan
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  • 162 pages

Frigate Segment will Generate the Highest Market Potential for the Naval Shipbuilding Companies

The research service indicates that despite the global economic crisis, the military naval vessels and SIS market is relatively immune from the austerity measures that have been implemented in many countries. North America continues to be the biggest market for military naval vessel suppliers. However, the highest percentage growth for the market will be noticed in APAC, the Middle East, and Central Asia. The study shows that APAC is the most attractive market for foreign shipbuilding companies due to easier access to the market and expected implementation of several naval procurement projects. The study covers the global military naval vessels and SIS market and also provides segment and regional analyses.

Executive Summary

• The findings of the research service indicate that despite the global economic crisis, the military naval vessels and SIS market is relatively immune to austerity measures, which were implemented in many countries across the globe, the worst affected being the Western countries.
• Frost & Sullivan forecasts show that cumulative military naval vessels revenue in the 105 analysed countries will be $X billion from 2013 to 2022 expanding at a CAGR of X%. However, cumulative support in service (SIS) revenue from 2013 to 2022 which is estimated to be $X billion will expand at a higher CAGR of X%.
• The North American market will be the biggest one in terms of military naval vessels procurement and SIS provision, among the analysed regions. The North American military naval vessels market will bring a cumulative revenue of $X billion, whereas the SIS market will bring $X billion from 2013 to 2022.
• Frigates are becoming primary military vessels in most of the naval fleets. This segment will generate the highest cumulative revenue of $X billion during 2013 to 2022.

CEO’s Perspective

1. The highest CAGRs X% and X%, respectively during 2013 to 2022 of the military naval vessels market will be noticed in Central Asia and the Middle East countries.
2. The global military naval vessels market will expand at a CAGR of X% and generate cumulative revenue of $X billion during 2013 to 2022 whereas, the SIS market will generate cumulative revenue of $X billion expanding at a CAGR of X%.
3. The frigate segment will generate the biggest potential for the military naval vessels market during 2013 to 2022.
4. Western shipbuilding companies should be prepared for growing competition from the Asia-Pacific (APAC) naval companies.

Market Overview—Definitions

This research service assesses the global military naval vessels and SIS market, both in terms of procurement of new combat vessels and related support in service (SIS), identifying key trends and characteristics. The study provides updated information on military vessels platforms and contract opportunities across the globe. This global study covers seven regions, namely, Africa, APAC, Central Asia, Europe, Latin America, the Middle East, and North America, across Xcountries.
The research service considers X main military naval vessel platforms—super carriers, light aircraft carriers, amphibious vessels, cruisers, destroyers, frigates, corvettes, nuclear-powered ballistic missile submarines (SSBN), nuclear-powered attack submarines (SSN), conventional submarines (SSK), mine warfare, patrol and coastal vessels, and logistics and support vessels.
For the purpose of the study, the SIS market covers all five main segments, namely, line maintenance, heavy maintenance, spare parts, modernisation, and training.
The SIS forecast is based on the assumptions, which are used by the US Navy Visibility and Management of Operating and Support Costs (VAMOSC) system. The VAMOSC system is responsible for collection and reporting US Navy and Marine Corps historical operating and support (O&S) costs.
The research service covers military vessels over X tonnes.
The unmanned maritime vessels have not been included in the research scope.

Amphibious Vessel
A vessel designed to disembark troops and their equipment onto land by landing craft, helicopters or hovercraft and/or support amphibious assault operations.

Corvette
A vessel with attack capabilities, mainly anti-surface-ship and anti-submarine ones, which displace from Xto Xtonnes.

Cruiser
A vessel with anti-surface-ship, anti-air role, and anti-submarine capabilities, which displace overX tonnes.

Destroyer
A vessel with anti-surface-ship, anti-air role, and anti-submarine capabilities which displace less X tonnes.

Frigate
A vessel with anti-surface-ship and anti-submarine capabilities and to some extent anti-air role, which is smaller than destroyer and bigger than corvette.

Light Aircraft Carrier
Aircraft carrier which displaces overX tonnes and is capable of accommodating at least X aircrafts.

Logistics and Support
This includes auxiliary military ships, within the four broad categories—‘underway support’ (for example, tankers and stores ships), ‘maintenance and logistic’ (for example, sealift ships), ‘special purposes’ (for example, intelligence-collection ships), and ‘survey and research’ ships.

Mine Warfare
Surface vessels designed for mine laying or mine countermeasures. The category covers mine-hunters, minesweepers, or dual-capable vessels.

Patrol and Coastal
Vessels and craft of which the main role is protecting a state’s sea approaches and coastline. Both ‘offshore’ and ‘coastal’ which displace over tonnes. River patrol vessels and ships below X tonnes were excluded from the research scope.

Nuclear Powered Ballistic Missile Submarine (SSBN)
Nuclear-powered vessel designed and equipped for military operations underwater with submarine-launched ballistic missiles capabilities.

Nuclear-POwered Attack Submarine (SSN)
Nuclear-powered general purpose vessel designed and equipped for military operations underwater.

Conventional Submarine (SSK)
Conventional diesel-electric, general purpose vessel designed and equipped for military operations underwater.

Super Carrier
Aircraft carrier that displaces over X tonnes and is capable of accommodating at least Xaircrafts.

Line Maintenance
Includes the cost of labor and materials and other costs related to intermediate level maintenance of primary systems, its simulators, training devices, and associated support equipment.

Heavy Maintenance
Includes the cost of labor, material, and overhead related to major overhauls or other depot level maintenance of a naval system, components, and or other associated equipment.

Spare Parts
Include the costs of materials used to repair primary naval systems and associated support and training equipment at the unit level.

Modernisation
Includes costs generated by modernisation of a naval system that involves support equipment and training devices. The costs associated with developing, producing, and installing the modifications are included.

Training
Includes the costs of instructors, training support personnel, training devices, and course materials.

Market Overview—Segmentation

Market
Global Military Naval Vessels and SIS Market

Regions
Africa
APAC
Central Asia
Europe
Middle East
Latin America
North America

Platforms
Supercarriers
Light Aircraft Carriers
Amphibious Vessels
Cruisers
Destroyers
Frigates
Corvettes
Ballistic
Missile Submarines (SSBN)
Nuclear-powered Attack Submarines (SSN)
Conventional Submarines (SSK)
Mine Warfare
Patrol and Costal Vessels
Logistics and Support Vessels

Services
Line Maintenance
Heavy Maintenance
Spare Parts
Modernisation
Training

Market Overview—Covered Regions and Countries

North America
Latin America
Europe
Africa
Middle East
Central Asia
APAC

The report only includes countries, across the indicated regions, having coastal areas, and with naval capabilities.

Key Questions This Study Will Answer

What is the potential for military naval vessels and SIS market despite budget constraints witnessed globally?
Which segments have the highest growth potential and why?
Which are the countries providing the highest growth opportunities to the market and what will be the future scope in these countries?
How will new technologies available to the industry revolutionize the military naval vessels and SIS market

Table Of Contents

Global Military Naval Vessels and SIS Market Assessment
Table of Contents

1. Executive Summary
2. Market Overview
3. Total Market
• External Challenges: Drivers and Restraints
• Forecasts and Trends
• Competitive Analysis
4. Africa Breakdown
5. APAC Breakdown
6. Central Asia Breakdown
7. Europe Breakdown
8. The Middle East Breakdown
9. Latin America Breakdown
10. North America Breakdown
11. The Last Word (Conclusions and Implications)
12. Appendix

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