The aerospace industry is typified by long and complicated supply chains and a need for rigorous manufacturing controls and standards. Customer satisfaction and cost containment requires optimizing partner management, procurement, manufacturing and testing, parts/finished product data recall, inventories, MRO, etc.
The recovering economy globally has resulted in positive growth in the commercial and general aviation segments of the sector. Orders for commercial aircraft by aviation operators are up. Spend on general aviation aircraft (pistons, single/multi turboprops, business jets) is also up.
Global commercial aircraft manufacturing revenue is estimated at $270 billion. Global military aircraft and aerospace manufacturing revenue is estimated at $166 billion by IBISWorld. Orders for efficient military/defense rotorcraft are on the rise; lagging are orders for fixed wing aircraft for military/defense.
Geo Strategy Partners' Managing Director began his career with General Dynamics. We have an intimate understanding of the complicated supply chain in the aerospace industry and serve clients in this sector with customized research and analysis, strategy consulting, and M&A support.
|Aerospace assembly||Personal protective equipment|
|PPE suppliers||Aerospace components suppliers|
Unmet needs study and concept testing for PPE in the aerospace assembly industry- US and Germany
Unmet needs study of aerospace welders for hand protection- US
Joint venture between US and Korean sand casting supplier of bulkheads.
Economic offset consulting for Aircraft manufacturer.
Industrial recruitment of aerospace companies for an economic development agency.
- Magnesium Alloy Products
|Air Tran||Beechcraft||Bell Helicopter/Textron|
|Bombardier Aerospace||Cessna||Dassault Aviation|
|Jet Blue||Spirit AeroSystems||Textron|
|United Technologies||US Air|
Mark Towery spent ten years of his career with General Dynamics (now Lockheed) on the F-16 coproduction program. He managed airframe and electronics manufacturing in Korea, Belgium, the Netherlands, Singapore, and Indonesia. As the first man in country, he set up two operations in Korea from the ground up. In Egypt, he managed an engineering support office for the United States and Egyptian Air Forces. Some of the companies he worked with include the following:
We attribute our project success in the aerospace industry to our industry contacts in this vertical and our ability to access hard-to-reach professionals. To learn how Geo Strategy Partners can help you in this sector, contact us.