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Delivery delays in the aerospace sector, demand volatility in the defense sector and increasing incidences of supply chain disruptions across the board have shown that greater visibility and cooperation will be needed in future. Cost cutting is also inevitable with different companies responding in different ways.Some companies are sharing functions or facilities with other organisation, others are making more painful reductions to their labour force. While cost cutting may be front and center for the A&D sector, growth is also a key priority. However, most innovation will probably go into enhancing existing product lines and services rather than breakthrough ‘disruptive’ innovation.
As passenger air traffic increases so does demand for new aircraft. Since the UK accounts for 17% of the global market, projected orders could reach £47bn up to 2031. An opportunity like this requires your business to be in the best possible shape. KPMG can help you define where to focus your attention.This is just a sample of the knowledge we’ve built at KPMG and that we use to ensure we’re giving you the best possible advice for your industry and your business. Whether you’re looking for help to implement your cost-cutting strategy or require assistance to streamline your supply chain, talk to us today .
The report highlights the significant opportunity for the UK civil aerospace industry as passenger air traffic increases driving huge demand for new aircraft. With UK industry currently accounting for 17 per cent of the global market, projections show this increased demand could translate into orders worth £474bn between now and 2031.
KPMG’s global report explores how Aerospace & Defence (A&D) companies are planning to manage their business and drive growth in these challenging times. Based on a recent industry-wide survey of 335 global manufacturers and 57 A&D company executives, this critical resource for A&D decisions makers provides an overview of the A&D sector.
M&A Expected to increase in the Aerospace and Defence Sector
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KPMG’s report explores how manufacturers are placing a deeper emphasis on collaboration with partners and suppliers to become more efficient and innovative. A critical resource for manufacturing decision makers, the report provides an overview of the global manufacturing sector based on the results of a recent industry-wide survey in addition to executive interviews and KPMG expert insights.
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