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Global Defense Land Vehicle Industry 2014-2020: Trends, Forecast, and Opportunity Analysis, Feberary 2014

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Background:

Increasing terrorism and domestic disputes are the major factors encouraging deployment of advanced military armaments across the globe. Global defense land vehicle industry is highly dependent on government military expenditures which have seen considerable reduction in the recent years due to economic slowdown. Lucintel expects a flat growth in the industry considering the recent cuts in defense budgets, in North America and Europe, with increasing demand from developing nations. Global defense land vehicle industry is expected to reach $32.7 billion in 2020 promising valuable opportunity for the firms operating across the value chain of defense land vehicle industry.

Lucintel, a leading global management consulting and market research firm, has conducted a detailed analysis on this market and presents its findings in "Global Defense Land Vehicle Industry 2014-2020: Trends, Forecast, and Opportunity Analysis." The report analyses the defense land vehicle industry for all the four regions and analyses the risk factors and growth opportunities. The defense land vehicle industry is segmented by region such as APAC, Europe, NA, and ROW.
Increasing defense budget in emerging economies, especially in China and India, is a positive sign for the defense land vehicle industry. Asia Pacific defense land vehicle market is expected to grow with 2.1% CAGR during 2014-2020. Increasing military expenditure in developing economies and geo-political conflicts are expected to drive the industry growth in coming years. North America and Europe will witness moderate growth rate with 1.6% and 1.2% over the next six years mainly due to defense budget reductions.

Lucintel highlights the key challenges faced by the defense land vehicle industry. Declining GDP growth has forced the reduction of government expenditure on defense land vehicle around the world. The other challenge is withdrawal of US military forces from Iraq which has decreased the defense land vehicle demand in US. There are ways through which challenges can be minimized such as increase emphasis on cost-effectiveness of the government spending and avoidance of focus on just one part of defense budget.
The report provides insights of the market trend (2007-2013) and forecast period (2014-2020) which will assist the interested companies in making key decisions. Deep insights and knowledge about recent innovations and developments in global defense land vehicle industry can help client to gain competitive advantage. Clients may lose the opportunity of getting deep understanding of global defense land vehicle industry with the emerging trends, unmet needs and new product, technological development in global defense land vehicle industry.

This unique report from Lucintel will provide you with valuable information, insights, and tools needed to identify new growth opportunities and operate your business successfully in this market. This report will save hundreds of hours of your own personal research time and will significantly benefit you in expanding your business in this market. In today's stringent economy, you need every advantage that you can find.

Features of This Report:

To make business, investment, and strategic decisions, you need timely, useful information. This market report fulfills this core need and is an indispensable reference guide for multinational materials suppliers, product manufacturers, investors, executives, distributors, and many more that operate in this market.
Some of the features of "Global Defense Land Vehicle Industry 2014-2020: Trend, Forecast and Opportunity Analysis" include:
- Analysis of competitive intensity of the industry based on Porter's Five Forces model which helps to understand the competitive position of industry players
- Global defense land vehicle industry intelligence with special emphasis on impact of military expenditure.
- Market size in terms of value ($B),trend (2007-2013) and forecast (2014-2020)
- Regional Analysis provides defense land vehicle industry breakdown by four regions i.e. North America, Europe, Asia Pacific and Rest of the World.
- Competitive Landscape, emerging trend, market drivers and growth opportunity analysis provided helps to ascertain a sound investment decision
1. Executive Summary
2. Global Defense Land Vehicle Industry and Classifications
2.1: Introduction
2.2: Supply chain
3. Defense Land Vehicle Market Trend and Forecast Analysis
3.1 Market analysis 2013

3.1.1 Global defense land vehicle industry
3.1.2 Regional defense land vehicle industry
3.2 Industry trend 2007-2013
3.2.1 Macroeconomic trends
3.2.2 Global defense land vehicle market trend 2007-2013
3.2.3 North American defense land vehicle industry trend 2007-2013
3.2.4 European defense land vehicle industry trend 2007-2013
3.2.5 APAC defense land vehicle industry trend 2007-2013
3.2.6 ROW defense land vehicle industry trend 2007-2013
3.2.7 Industry drivers and challenges
3.3 Industry forecast 2014-2020
3.3.1 Macroeconomic forecast 2014-2020
3.3.2 Global defense land vehicle industry forecast 2014-2020
3.3.3 North American defense land vehicle industry forecast 2014-2020
3.3.4 European defense land vehicle industry forecast: 2014-2020
3.3.5 APAC defense land vehicle industry forecast 2014-2020
3.3.6 ROW defense land vehicle industry forecast 2014-2020
4. Cost Structure and Profitability Analysis
4.1: Global defense land vehicle market profitability analysis
4.2: Cost structure of global land vehicle industry 2007-2013
4.3: Regional trend: cost structure of global defense land vehicle industry
4.4: Asset analysis
4.5: Debt analysis

5. Competitor Analysis
5.1: Product Portfolio Analysis
5.2: Market share analysis
5.3: Growth leadership analysis
5.4: Porter's Five Forces Analysis
6. Growth Opportunity & Strategy Analysis
6.1: Growth opportunities analysis of global defense land vehicle industry
6.2: Emerging trends in defense land vehicle industry
6.3: Strategic analysis
6.3.1: New product development
6.3.2: Expansion strategy
6.4: Innovation in defense land vehicle industry
6.5: Mergers and acquisitions in defense land vehicle industry
7. Company Profiles of Leading Players

List of Figures

Chapter 2. Global Defense Land Vehicle Industry and Classifications
Figure 2.1: Classification of defense land vehicle
Figure 2.2: Abrams tank
Figure 2.3: Combat tactical vehicles

Figure 2.4: Stryker armored combat vehicle
Figure 2.5: Medium tactical vehicle
Figure 2.6: Personnel carrier
Figure 2.7: Wheeled armored vehicle (Ambulance)
Figure 2.8: Supply chain of global defense land vehicle industry
Chapter 3. Defense Land Vehicle Market Trend and Forecast Analysis
Figure 3.1: Global defense land vehicle industry ($B) by region in 2013
Figure 3.2: World military expenditure trend (2007-2012)
Figure 3.3: Global GDP growth rate trend (2007-2013)
Figure 3.4: Global defense land vehicle industry trend by value ($B) 2007-2013
Figure 3.5: North American defense land vehicle industry trend by value ($B) 2007-2013
Figure 3.6: European defense land vehicle industry trend by value ($B) 2007-2013
Figure 3.7: APAC defense land vehicle industry trend by value ($B) 2007-2013
Figure 3.8: ROW defense land vehicle industry trend by value ($B) 2007-2013
Figure 3.9: Global defense land vehicle industry drivers & challenges
Figure 3.10: Global GDP growth rate forecast (2014-2020)
Figure 3.11: Global defense land vehicle industry forecast by value ($B) 2014-2020
Figure 3.12: North American defense land vehicle industry forecast by value ($B) 2014-2020
Figure 3.13: European defense land vehicle industry forecast by value ($B) 2014-2020
Figure 3.14: APAC defense land vehicle industry forecast by value ($B) 2014-2020
Figure 3.15: ROW defense land vehicle industry forecast by value ($B) 2014-2020
Chapter 4. Cost Structure and Profitability Analysis
Figure 4.1: Global defense land vehicle industry profitability trend (%) 2007-2013
Figure 4.2: Global defense land vehicle industry cost structure (2007-2013)
Figure 4.3: North American defense land vehicle industry cost structure (2007-2013)

Figure 4.4: European defense land vehicle industry cost structure (2007-2013)
Figure 4.5: APAC defense land vehicle industry cost structure (2007-2013)
Figure 4.6: ROW defense land vehicle industry cost structure (2007-2013)
Figure 4.7: Global defense land vehicle industry asset by value ($B) Trend 2007-2013
Figure 4.8: Global defense land vehicle industry debt by value ($B) trend 2007-2013
Chapter 5. Competitor Analysis
Figure 5.1: Market presence of major players in global defense land vehicle industry
Figure 5.2: Market share analysis of top players in global defense land vehicle industry 2013
Figure 5.3: Growth leadership matrix in global defense land vehicle industry
Figure 5.4: Porter's Five Forces Analysis of global defense land industry
Chapter 6. Growth Opportunity & Strategy Analysis
Figure 6.1: Growth opportunity for global defense land vehicle industry by region
Figure 6.2: Emerging trends in global defense land vehicle industry
Figure 6.3: Major capacity expansion of global defense land vehicle by major players

List of Tables

Chapter 1. Executive Summary
Table 1.1: Defense land vehicle industry parameters and attributes
Chapter 3. Defense Land Vehicle Market Trend and Forecast Analysis
Table 3.1: Industry trends (2007-2013) in global defense land vehicle
Table 3.2: Average growth rates for one, three, and six years in the global defense land vehicle industry in terms of $ shipment
Table 3.3: Industry trends (2007-2013) in North American defense land vehicle
Table 3.4: Industry trends (2007-2013) in European defense land vehicle

Table 3.5: Industry trends (2007-2013) in APAC defense land vehicle
Table 3.6: Industry trends (2007-2013) in ROW defense land vehicle
Table 3.7: Industry forecast (2014-2020) in global defense land vehicle
Table 3.8: Industry forecast (2014-2020) in North American defense land vehicle
Table 3.9: Industry forecast (2014-2020) in European defense land vehicle
Table 3.10: Industry forecast (2014-2020) in APAC defense land vehicle
Table 3.11: Industry forecast (2014-2020) in ROW defense land vehicle
Chapter 5. Competitor Analysis
Table: 5.1: Rankings of suppliers based on defense land vehicle revenue
Chapter 6. Growth Opportunity & Strategy Analysis
Table 6.1: Major expansion and the focused business segments of defense land vehicle suppliers

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