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Manufacturing of multi-use helicopters in India to Support BRICS Nations Defense Sector Performance: Ken Research

Posted on 27 November 2016 by KenResearch defense and security ,

· India had decided to purchase the S-400 systems which basically have three kinds of missiles with different capabilities.

·   To boost the initiative “make in India”, the countries agreed to jointly manufacture 200 Kamov 226T multi-use helicopters in India.

·    India, Russia to sign Rs 39,000cr deal on S-400 air defence missile systems.

Ken research announced its most recent publication on “DEFENSE AND CIVIL SPENDS ON HELICOPTERS IN BRICS NATIONS, 2016 TO 2024,” offers insight on the house of Strategic Defense Intelligence; outlays BRICS Nations' projected budget allocations on Helicopters. The production provides strategic outlay on individual segments which include Civil Helicopter, Defence Helicopter and Helicopter MRO. The data involved in this report draws upon Strategic Defence Intelligence's in-depth analysis, primary research and proprietary databases which are incorporated to provide the robust, segment specific data. Countries which are analysed in this report are Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa. Moreover, the current market size and budget allocation data is considered to understand and analyse the current landscape and forecasts to discover the future direction of the Helicopters market in BRICS Nations. This is an on-demand report and will take at most 2 working days to deliver.

India and Russia, on October 15, marked a sum of 16 agreements at the 17th annual reciprocal summit in the western Indian state of Goa. The deals extend from defence to energy to investment, including a profoundly anticipated agreement for the purchase of the S-400 Triumf air defence missile defence framework. Although prompt details of the agreement to purchase the missile defence system are not accessible, it is generally trusted that India will spend over $5 billion for the frameworks.

To boost the initiative “make in India” taken by the Prime Minister Narendra Modi, the countries agreed to jointly manufacture 200 Kamov 226T multi-use helicopters in India.

India had decided to purchase the S-400 systems, which basically have three kinds of missiles, with different capabilities, that can fly at supersonic and hypersonic speeds to intercept all kinds of targets at ranges from 120 to 400-km.

India, Russia to sign Rs 39,000cr deal on S-400 air defence missile systems. India is going to ink a Rs 39,000 Crore deal for five new-generation Russian S-400 triumf air defence missile systems, which can destroy incoming hostile aircraft, stealth fighters, missiles and drones at ranges of up to 400-km.

Segments covered in the report are:

-          Civil Helicopter

-          Defense Helicopter

-          Helicopter MRO


Topics Covered in the Report are

·         Global defense industry research

·         BRICS Nations defense industry research

·         Russia defense industry

·         India defense industry

·         China defense industry

·         South Africa defense industry

·         India  Defense expenditure

·         Brazil Defense Capital Expenditure

·         Per-Capita Defense Expenditure

·         global Defense Expenditure on Helicopters

·         Global Civil Expenditure on Helicopters


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Future Of the Qatari Defence Industry Market Forecast To 2021: Ken Research

Posted on 17 November 2016 by KenResearch defense and security ,

Ken Research announced its most recent publication titled, Future of the Qatari Defense Industry-Market Attractiveness, Competitive Landscape and Forecasts to 2021,” discuss defense industry in detail. The report has covered defense and military expenditure past and forecast analysis. It has also covered market size of the Qatar defense industry along with defense budget to the army, navy, and air force. Major challenges and market dynamics have been covered detailing competitive landscape and trade scenario. Qualitative analysis showcase Qatari defense industry support factors such as demand drivers, Porter's Five Forces Analysis, Key Trends and Growth Stimulators, and latest industry contracts.

Qatar is a small state with the population of almost 2.17 million as per 2013 estimates. In Qatar defense industry registered growth over period of last 10 years whereas defense expenditure witnessed growth of 4.22% from USD 3.7 Billion in 2012 to USD 4.4 Billion in 2016 and further expected to rise. Military expenditure forecasted to grow at a CAGR of 1.82% from USD 4.5 Billion in 2017 to USD 4.9 Billion in 2021 driven by cash reserves in the country and arms requirement in the Middle East.

In 2016 Qatar signed a deal to restrict hostile ships entering its territorial waters by installing a defense system. For installing the system European firm MBDA will receive the sum from the country’s Emiri Naval Forces (QENF). Following the plan to expand defense capability Qatar is also investing in new aircraft.

Key Topics Covered in the Report:

Qatar Air Force Market

Qatar Defense Expenditure

Middle East Defense Industry

Qatar Combat Vehicle Market

Qatar Defense Industry Research

Global Defense Industry Research

Qatar Missile Systems Market Size

Qatar Defense Imports and Exports

Qatari Defense Capital Expenditure

Qatar Air Craft Components Market

Qatar Fighters and Multi-role Aircraft

Qatari Per-Capita Defense Expenditure

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Future of the South African Defense industry: Ken Research

Posted on 11 October 2016 by KenResearch defense and security ,

Ken Research has recently announced its latest publication  The South African defense industry witnessed a reduction in expenditures due to decline in government budgets. The report titled “FUTURE OF THE SOUTH AFRICAN DEFENSE INDUSTRY-MARKET ATTRACTIVENESS, COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE AND FORECASTS TO 2021” discusses South Africa Defense Industry in detail with focus on past , present and future trends. The report also discusses detailed profiles of the leading domestic and foreign defense manufacturers with information about their products, alliances, recent contract wins, and financial analysis wherever available.

Overview of the South Africa defense Industry

In this competitive era, local defense industry needs the constant support from the government and department of defense to survive in the market and compete with other economies. For this purpose, NDIC was created in South Africa. The NDIC coordinates between government and the department of defense and keep a check on local defense industry that it should be a supplier to local as well as international markets and must be reliable. The NDIC looks for the improvement of the defense sector. Since there are funding constraints, so it helps government to find new ways of funding and upgradation of technology. Defense sector in South Africa offers employment opportunities to many. It employs a significant share of the total population. This is also one of the aims of NDIC. There is a cut in defense budgets in South Africa so for the existence; Local defense industries need continuous support from the government. This industry requires capital expenditure and huge funds in Research and Development to bring innovations and switch over to advance technologies. Companies themselves are not self-sufficient for this large scale investment so government acts as an upper hand to them.  The government tries to protect them and contributes as much as it can because the defense industry is very crucial for the nation’s growth, According Ken Research.

Also the developed country which spends a lot in Research and development in this crucial sector for the growth and safety of a nation is growing at a lower rate than the growth in developing or emerging countries. The reason is quite simple. Developing nation can replicate the R&D done by developed nations and can grow faster. Developing nations are reaping the benefits of R&D done by developed ones.

Key Driving Factors in Future of the South Africa defense Industry

  • Largest economy among African economies
  • Bag full of business opportunities
  • Offers employment opportunities large part of the population
  • Government efforts for the growth of defense industry
  • South Africa Defense Expenditure
  • South Africa Military Expenditure
  • South Africa Defense market Size
  • Air Force Expenditure South Africa
  • Homeland security expenditure South Africa
  • Global Defense Industry Research
  • South Africa Defense Equipment's  Market
  • South Africa Ballistic Protection market Size

Barriers in the growth of the South Africa defense Industry:

  • Trimming of budgets by various economies and also the decline in spending by existing customers
  • Uncertain global economy

Future of the South Africa defense Industry

This is quite common among all the countries that defense expenditure is falling. Military expenditure is mainly driven by modernization of armed forces. Among the African economies, South Africa is the largest and the country attracts business in various fields such as mining, finance, retail markets and manufacturing. There was slowdown seen in global defense industry in terms of budget and investment till 2015 but in 2016, defense industry is expected to grow at 3%. Defense expenditure is expected to grow at a CAGR of 1.83% by 2021 to reach USD 4.6 billion.

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