How will Brexit affect your business?
A new 280-page PMI-Media report “Brexit: Threats and opportunities to the UK’s aerospace industry” will provide the first authoritative guide on the impact of Brexit to UK companies across all tiers of the supply chain. The implications of the EU referendum vote have yet to be fully understood and will have many different impacts – positive and negative - to UK aerospace companies, depending on their product and programme portfolios. This study will take in the views of all key players – from EU-based programme managers to UK and EU government experts, trade association representatives, financial and industry consultants, social partners and manufacturing companies themselves – to build a comprehensive picture of the threats and opportunities awaiting the UK’s aerospace industry as a result of the referendum decision.
Part one: A strategic overview of the UK’s aerospace business and the potential impact of Brexit.
• Negotiating an exit – how general trading conditions are likely to change (including regulation, market access, freedom of labour movement) post Brexit
• The cost of raw materials, labour
• EU support for research, development and support – a review of current levels of support, the key programmes and alternative funding options
• Supply chain issues: relationship with primes, niche supply chain areas, non-EU competitors and customers.
• The impact of Brexit on mergers and acquisitions of and by UK aerospace companies
• Potential investment opportunities in UK aerospace by non-UK companies post Brexit
• The impact of Brexit on aerospace relationships with customers and suppliers in north America, China, the Middle East, Latin America, the Far East and Russia.
Part two: Winning and losing programme work pre and post Brexit
The section highlights the key supply chain programmes which could be most impacted by Brexit. It will review UK company involvement - companies, contracts, expertise and regional clusters - in the following integrator supply chains networks:
• Airbus, Airbus Defence and Space, Airbus Helicopters
• European Space Agency
• Leonardo Helicopters
This analysis will be broken down into the following markets: airliners, business aircraft, engines, general aviation aircraft, drones and missiles, military aircraft (manned), rotorcaft, spacecraft, MRO and support companies. It will provide a future programme guide of the announced and potential launch dates for future platforms, aircraft and engines, and the key considerations for EU company involvement. It will also examine, tier by tier, the competitive landscape to the UK supply chain, highlighting where competitors will seek to take advantage of UK companies no longer trading within the EU. It will provide a broad competitor analysis, highlighting where EU-based companies could gain a competitive advantage, including competitors in north America, the Far East, the Middle East and elsewhere.
Part three: The view from EU-based companies of how their relationship with UK aerospace companies will change
We will conduct a series of interviews with key decision makers throughout the supply chain, from major integrators to tier three and four companies, to understand their views on how relationships and business with UK aerospace companies will change as a result of Brexit. We will also examine how aerospace companies in Norway and Switzerland have both benefited and faced obstacles as a result of being outside the EU.
* The UK’s aerospace industry – turnover, areas of expertise, regional clusters (from the Midlands, Northern Ireland, Scotland, the South East, the South West, the North West, Wales), relationship with government, key programmes.
* The global aerospace industry – how the UK sits within the global aerospace industry ; the key relationships, trends in supply chain awards.
What makes this report unique, authoritative
• Timing. The report will be published at a time when key industry decision makers will have had time to gauge the impact of Brexit on their organisations and formulate plans to exploit new opportunities and manage potential problems.
• Access. We will be conducting a wide range of interviews with companies and organisations throughout the supply chain both in the UK and on continental Europe. Our analysis will be based on real-world experiences and views rather than high level trend identification. We have long standing relationships with major integrators and institutions based within the EU. As events and markets evolve we will report on how the relationships, business opportunities and programme decision-making will continue to change the marketplace in our November 2016 and March 2017 updates.
• Experience. Since 2004, PMI Media has built up a comprehensive picture of the global aerospace supply chain through its reports, services and customised consultancy work for a wide range of customers.
PMI Media are supply chain experts with unique access to EU companies and organisations
PMI Media is uniquely placed to undertake this study. Since 2004 the company has provided customers around the world with information on aerospace supply chain trends, through its Aviation Supply Chain Intelligence service. It provides an expert, independent view of changing relationships within the global aerospace supply chain, building up relationships with the key players in the process. It also has a strong base in European Union aerospace institutions.
View or download a sample of the report here
For more information please contact PMI Media Editorial Director Philip Butterworth-Hayes or call +44 1273 724 238
Available as an electronic publication of 280 pages, the report will be priced at £650.00
It will be available from 26th September 2016 with two updates – November 2016 and March 2017.
Future aircraft programmes: competitive opportunities for aerospace suppliers
Edition one COMAC
This is the first in a series of market analysis reports looking at the programme development plans of every major airliner manufacturer, identifying opportunities in the supply chain for aerospace systems manufacturers worldwide. It takes a sector by sector view (structures, electrical systems, fuel system, avionics, air conditioning and cabin pressurisation, landing gear, engines) and examines the key systems and components performance challenges, strategic customer/supplier relationships and other competitive issues which will determine the market opportunities, drivers and obstacles to major contract awards. Other reports in this series include Airbus, Boeing, Bombardier and Embraer.
COMAC has announced its intentions of launching a twin-aisle airliner for entry into service in the middle years of the next decade (2020-2030).
This report identifies:
• New programme decision dates, potential production numbers, technology upgrade strategies
• Current strategic supplier/customer relationships throughout the supply chain which will have a critical bearing on future supplier decisions
• The industrial, technical and other drivers in the major sub-markets
• Other competitive issues – such as in-service support, transfer of technology, price.
This is the only comprehensive guide to future supply chain opportunities. This is more than the traditional type of production forecast available from other publishers. This service has been designed and created by PMI Media’s aerospace team to leverage its successful Aviation Supply Chain Intelligence Service (AvSCI) and provide users with essential, comprehensive and accurate analysis of supply chain issues as new programmes progress. Purchasers will receive two updates to the initial report within 12 months as progress on the aircraft plans evolve.
View or download a sample of the report here
Priced at £295/$475 per report. For all five reports the annual cost is £1,200/$1,900. All reports include two updates within the annual term of the subscription.
For more information please contact Philip Butterworth-Hayes or call +44 1273 724 238
Available as an electronic publication of 50 pages the report is priced at
£295.00 / US$475.00