PRLog - March 12, 2012 - LONDON -- The Visiongain author of The 20 Leading Companies in Armoured Vehicles 2012: Competitive Landscape Analysis report commented that ‘Despite current market fragmentation, a trend towards consolidation and partnerships is expected to continue as companies seek to maintain competitive advantage and the ability to bid for high value contracts in a climate of increased competition due to limited government funds’.
The 20 Leading Companies in Armoured Vehicles
The report contains 157 tables, charts and graphs that quantify and analyse the leading 20 companies within the armoured vehicles market. Visiongain provides market share, market positioning, competitor analysis, SWOT analysis, and future outlook for the leading 20 companies within the armoured vehicles market, in addition to a SWOT analysis for the global armoured vehicles market from 2012-2022. An examination of the drivers, restraints and issues facing the armoured vehicles market is also included.
The report, The 20 Leading Companies in Armoured Vehicles 2012: Competitive Landscape Analysis, will be of value to militaries in learning the comparative advantages of various companies for contracts, companies seeking to exploit growing market demands in new areas, as well as research centres charting the future structure and direction of the armoured vehicles market.
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