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  1. 1. RCReports CornerFuture of the Danish Defense Industry - Market Attractiveness,Competitive Landscape and Forecasts to 2018
  2. 2. DescriptionDescriptionReports Cornerwww.reportscorner.com"Product Synopsis:This report is the result of SDIs extensivemarket and company research covering the Danish defenseindustry, and provides detailed analysis of both historic andforecast defense industry values including key growthstimulators, analysis of the leading companies in the industry, andkey news."
  3. 3. Brief SummaryBrief SummaryReports Cornerwww.reportscorner.comProduct SynopsisThis report is the result of SDIs extensive market and companyresearch covering the Danish defense industry, and providesdetailed analysis of both historic and forecast defense industryvalues including key growth stimulators, analysis of the leadingcompanies in the industry, and key news.Introduction and LandscapeWhy was the report written?The Future of the Danish Defense Industry - MarketAttractiveness, Competitive Landscape and Forecasts to 2018offers the reader an insight into the market opportunities andentry strategies adopted by foreign original equipmentmanufacturers (OEMs) to gain market share in the Danish defenseindustry.What is the current market landscape and what is changing?
  4. 4. Brief SummaryBrief SummaryReports Cornerwww.reportscorner.comThe Danish defense budget, valued at US$4.1 billion in 2013, isestimated to register a CAGR of -9.16% during the forecast periodand decline to US$2.8 billion by 2018. This decrease in spendingis expected to be primarily due to the countrys public debt, whichwill force Denmark to cut its defense budget over the forecastperiod. Primarily driven by capability building and participation inNATO and UN operations, the countrys defense expenditure isexpected to focus more on the procurement of equipment for itsmaritime security, cyber security, missile defense, andcounterterrorism capabilities over the period 2014-2018. Thecountrys defense imports and exports are expected to increasemarginally over the forecast period.What are the key drivers behind recent market changes?
  5. 5. Brief SummaryBrief SummaryReports Cornerwww.reportscorner.comDenmarks defense priorities focus on enhancing the capabilitiesof its armed forces to deploy force contributions at short noticefor safeguarding Danish interests at home and abroad, and forparticipation in NATOs operations and UN peacekeepingoperations. These factors are expected to drive the countrysmilitary expenditure over the forecast period.What makes this report unique and essential to read?The Future of the Danish Defense Industry - MarketAttractiveness, Competitive Landscape and Forecasts to 2018provides detailed analysis of the current industry size and growthexpectations from 2014 to 2018, including highlights of keygrowth stimulators. It also benchmarks the industry against keyglobal markets and provides a detailed understanding ofemerging opportunities in specific areas.
  6. 6. Brief SummaryBrief SummaryReports Cornerwww.reportscorner.comKey Features and BenefitsThe report provides detailed analysis of the current industry sizeand growth expectations from 2014 to 2018, including highlightsof key growth stimulators, and also benchmarks the industryagainst key global markets and provides a detailed understandingof emerging opportunities in specific areas.The report includes trend analysis of imports and exports,together with their implications and impact on the Danish defenseindustry.The report covers five forces analysis to identify various powercenters in the industry and how these are expected to develop inthe future.
  7. 7. Brief SummaryBrief SummaryReports Cornerwww.reportscorner.comThe report allows readers to identify possible ways to enter themarket, together with detailed descriptions of how existingcompanies have entered the market, including key contracts,alliances, and strategic initiatives.The report helps the reader to understand the competitivelandscape of the defense industry in Denmark. It provides anoverview of key defense companies, both domestic and foreign,together with insights such as key alliances, strategic initiatives,and a brief financial analysis.Key Market IssuesDenmark has a small defense budget when compared to otherEuropean countries such as the UK, Germany, and France, and islikely to register negative growth over the forecast period.
  8. 8. Brief SummaryBrief SummaryReports Cornerwww.reportscorner.comAs the Danish government allocates a small proportion of itsbudget to defense, the country spends less on the purchase ofequipment and high-technology arms and ammunition. Moreover,the country spends less on advanced technology and researchand development, resulting in lower export capacities.Consequently, the countrys low defense budget has become abarrier to entry for foreign companies. As Denmarks defenseindustry comprises small companies with little specialization in aparticular weapon category, and due to a lack of advanceddefense technology, foreign weapon suppliers wishing to conductbusiness face challenges in infrastructure. Although these foreignsuppliers can bring in advanced technology, this will result intechnology imports without any offset incentives. Foreignsuppliers face challenges on these fronts while pursuing adefense business opportunity.
  9. 9. Brief SummaryBrief SummaryReports Cornerwww.reportscorner.comDenmark is a member of the Nordic Council, which was formed in1952 with the purpose of enhancing economic co-operationamong Nordic countries. Moreover, with the formation of theNordic Defense Co-operation (NORDEFCO) in 2009, defenseprocurement from - and joint equipment development programswith -Nordic member countries are likely to increase during theforecast period. Additionally, as Denmark has signed a defenseco-operation treaty with the US, the country is giving preferenceto US companies while purchasing defense materials. As aconsequence, it has become challenging for companies fromcountries other than the US and those in the Nordic region toenter the Danish defense market.Key Highlights
  10. 10. Brief SummaryBrief SummaryReports Cornerwww.reportscorner.comSafeguarding Danish interests: The primary purpose of Danisharmed forces is to enforce the sovereignty of the kingdom andsafeguarding Danish interests in Greenland, Faroe Islands andabroad. In addition, the countrys armed forces are also expectedto carry out national tasks such as surveillance and rescueoperations. Climate changes leading to increased geographicaccessibility in Arctic region have been resulting in heightenedcommercial activity in the area. The Danish armed forces areexpected to safeguard the countrys right to extract naturalresources in Greenland and the Arctic region. During the reviewperiod, the Ministry of Defense undertook a number of majorreorganizations of its armed forces to equip relevant andcontemporary capacities. In addition, the Danish governmentbelieves that the continuous proliferation of weapons of massdestruction and long-range missiles along with cyber-attackspose major security threats to Danish interests.
  11. 11. Brief SummaryBrief SummaryReports Cornerwww.reportscorner.comInternational developments coupled with these factors will lead toaltered requirements for the capacity development of Danisharmed forces, which is expected to deploy its forces quickly andflexibly, with a focus on short as well as sustained operations. Aspart of the capacity development, the Danish government isplanning to equip its armed forces with modern military arms andequipment such as joint strike fighter aircraft, marine helicopters,armored vehicles, patrol vessels, small ships, radars andcommunication systems, new artillery systems, and ballisticmissile defense systems among others. InternationalPeacekeeping missions: Denmark is the main contributor to NATO(KFOR) operations in Kosovo with a commitment of about 150military personnel. In November 2010 Denmark reaffirmed itscommitment to assist NATO forces in Afghanistan and alsocommitted to help train Afghan security forces ahead of aneventual withdrawal of NATO troops scheduled at the end of 2014,allowing the country to assume full sovereignty.
  12. 12. Brief SummaryBrief SummaryReports Cornerwww.reportscorner.comCyber-warfare has moved up the list of favorite mode of attack byterrorist groups over the last five years. The possibility ofdestroying the nations strategic resources even without enteringinto the country is appealing to these terrorists groups andinstances of such cyber-attacks have been increasing. DanishDefense Intelligence identified cyber war as the most seriousthreat to national security in its risk assessment announced inOctober 2012. The Danish government placed high priority oncyber security and established a Computer Emergency ResponseTeam (CERT), which joined the Europe Government CERTs group(EGC group), a joint effort by European countries to countercyber-attacks. Furthermore, Denmarks Defense IntelligenceService is planning to establish a cyber warfare unit Center forCyber Security to safeguard its military network from cyber-attacks with an estimated budget of US$6 million.
  13. 13. Brief SummaryBrief SummaryReports Cornerwww.reportscorner.comThe centers budget is expected to increase annually to reachUS$26 million by 2017 and will be handling both defensive andoffensive cyber security measures.Arms imports in Denmark declined sharply in 2010 and 2011 dueto the countrys budget cuts, which recovered in 2012. Thecountrys defense imports are expected to recover gradually overthe forecast period, as the country plans to modernize its militaryand procurement of F-35 joint strike fighters, MH-60R marinehelicopters, and ballistic missile defense systems. Denmarksourced 31.8% of its defense import requirements from the UKduring 2008-2012, followed by Sweden, the Netherlands andGermany, accounting for 29.7%, 18.0%, and 10.0% of defenseimports respectively. Switzerland and the US were other majorarms suppliers for the country. Over the period 2013-2017, thecountry is expected to increase its defense imports, especiallyfrom the US and its European neighbors.
  14. 14. Table of ContentsTable of ContentsReports Cornerwww.reportscorner.com1 Introduction1.1. What is this Report About?1.2. Definitions1.3. Summary Methodology1.4. SDI Terrorism Index1.5. About Strategic Defence Intelligence2 Executive Summary3 Market Attractiveness and Emerging Opportunities3.1. Defense Market Size Historical and Forecast3.1.1. Danish defense expenditure expected to register a CAGR of -9.1% over the forecast period3.1.2. Capability building, and participation in NATO and UN operations expected to drive defensespending over the forecast period3.1.3. Denmarks defense expenditure as a percentage of GDP expected to decrease3.2. Analysis of Defense Budget Allocation3.2.1. Share of Capital Expenditure expected to increase over forecast period3.2.2. Share of equipment expenditure expected to remain same over forecast period
  15. 15. Table of ContentsTable of ContentsReports Cornerwww.reportscorner.com3.2.3. Procurement of helicopter and artillery system to drive Denmarks equipment expenditure3.2.4. Budget allocation for other capital expenditure to register a CAGR of -0.91% during the forecastperiod3.2.5. Share of personnel expenditure expected to decrease over forecast period3.2.6. Per capita defense expenditure set to decrease over the forecast period3.3. Homeland Security Market Size and Forecast3.3.1. Danish homeland security expenditure expected to increase at a CAGR of 3.15%3.3.2. Cyber security and counter terrorism are main homeland security concerns3.3.3. Denmark falls under “low risk” of terrorism category3.4. Benchmarking with Key Global Markets3.4.1. Denmark defense budget expected to decline over the forecast period3.4.2. Denmark to follow its European neighbors in cutting defense spending3.4.3. Denmark follows its neighbors in allocating lower share of GDP for defense3.4.4. Denmark faces low threat from foreign terrorist organizations3.5. Market Opportunities: Key Trends and Growth Stimulators
  16. 16. Table of ContentsTable of ContentsReports Cornerwww.reportscorner.com3.5.1. Fighters and Multi-Role Aircraft3.5.2. Maritime Helicopter3.5.3. Rotorcraft MRO3.5.4. Maritime Security3.5.5. Air Defense Missile Systems4 Defense Procurement Market Dynamics4.1. Import Market Dynamics4.1.1. Defense imports are expected to recover over the forecast period4.1.2. Denmark sourced majority of its arms imports from its neighbors4.1.3. Armored vehicles and Aircraft dominate military hardware imports4.2. Export Market Dynamics4.2.1. Arms exports to recover during the forecast period4.2.2. Denmark arms exports expected to increase4.2.3. Aircraft and Ships are the main exported defense products5 Industry Dynamics
  17. 17. Table of ContentsTable of ContentsReports Cornerwww.reportscorner.com5.1. Five Forces Analysis5.1.1. Bargaining power of supplier: low5.1.2. Bargaining power of buyer: high5.1.3. Barrier to entry: low5.1.4. Intensity of rivalry: medium to high5.1.5. Threat of substitution: high6 Market Entry Strategy6.1. Market Regulation6.1.1. Offset policy aids development of domestic defense industry6.1.2. Denmark permits 100% foreign direct investment in defense sector6.2. Market Entry Route6.2.1. Forming subsidiaries or acquiring Danish companies are good market entry opportunities6.2.2. Forming consortiums and product development agreements open new market entry strategychoices6.2.3. Joint weapon development programs are a viable market entry opportunity6.3. Key Challenges
  18. 18. Table of ContentsTable of ContentsReports Cornerwww.reportscorner.com6.3.1. Low defense budget and limited technological capability hinder market entry by foreign companies6.3.2. Preference to procurement from US and Nordic companies challenging for other suppliers7 Competitive Landscape and Strategic Insights1.1 Competitive Landscape Overview1.2 Key Foreign Companies7.1.1. Systematic A/S: overview7.1.2. Systematic A/S: products and services7.1.3. Systematic A/S: recent announcements and strategic initiatives7.1.4. Systematic A/S: alliances7.1.5. Systematic A/S: recent contract wins7.1.6. Terma A/S: overview7.1.7. Terma A/S: products and service7.1.8. Terma A/S: recent announcements and strategic initiatives7.1.9. Terma A/S: alliances7.1.10. Terma A/S: recent contract wins
  19. 19. Table of ContentsTable of ContentsReports Cornerwww.reportscorner.com7.1.11. AP Services A/S: overview7.1.12. AP Services A/S: products and services7.1.13. Arenalogic ApS: overview7.1.14. Arenalogic ApS: products and services7.1.15. Arenalogic ApS: recent announcements and strategic initiatives7.1.16. Arenalogic ApS: alliances7.1.17. Copenhagen Sensor Technology ApS: overview7.1.18. Copenhagen Sensor Technology ApS: products and services7.1.19. Copenhagen Sensor Technology ApS: recent announcements and strategic initiatives7.1.20. Copenhagen Sensor Technology ApS: alliances7.1.21. Danish Aerotech A/S: overview7.1.22. Danish Aerotech A/S: products and services7.1.23. Danish Aerotech A/S: recent announcements and strategic initiatives7.1.24. Danish Aerotech A/S: alliances7.1.25. Danish Aerotech A/S: recent contract wins
  20. 20. Table of ContentsTable of ContentsReports Cornerwww.reportscorner.com7.1.26. Falck Schmidt Defence Systems A/S: overview7.1.27. Falck Schmidt Defence Systems A/S: products and services7.1.28. Falck Schmidt Defence Systems A/S: recent announcements and strategic initiatives7.1.29. Falck Schmidt Defence Systems A/S: alliances7.1.30. Falck Schmidt Defence Systems A/S: recent contract wins7.1.31. IFAD TS A/S: overview7.1.32. IFAD TS A/S: products and services7.1.33. IFAD TS A/S: recent announcements and strategic initiatives7.1.34. IFAD TS A/S: alliances7.1.35. IFAD TS A/S: recent contract wins1.3 Key Foreign Companies7.1.36. Alcatel-Lucent Denmark A/S: overview7.1.37. Alcatel-Lucent Denmark A/S: products and services7.1.38. Alcatel-Lucent Denmark A/S: recent announcements and strategic initiatives7.1.39. Alcatel-Lucent Denmark A/S: recent contract wins
  21. 21. Table of ContentsTable of ContentsReports Cornerwww.reportscorner.com7.1.40. Lockheed Martin Denmark: overview7.1.41. Lockheed Martin Denmark: products and services7.1.42. Lockheed Martin Denmark: recent announcements and strategic initiatives7.1.43. Lockheed Martin Denmark: alliances7.1.44. Lockheed Martin Denmark: recent contract wins7.1.45. TenCate Advanced Armour Denmark A/S: overview7.1.46. TenCate Advanced Armour Denmark A/S: defense products7.1.47. TenCate Advanced Armour Denmark A/S: recent announcements and strategic initiatives7.1.48. TenCate Advanced Armour Denmark A/S: alliances7.1.49. TenCate Advanced Armour Denmark A/S: recent contract wins8 Business Environment and Country Risk8.1. Demographics and Social Statistics8.1.1. Population - Rural8.1.2. Population - Urban8.1.3. Population - Number of Households
  22. 22. Table of ContentsTable of ContentsReports Cornerwww.reportscorner.com8.2. Economic Performance8.2.1. Gross Domestic per Capita8.2.2. Gross Domestic Product, current US$8.2.3. Exports of Goods and Services8.2.4. Imports of Goods and Services8.2.5. Gross National Disposable Income8.2.6. Manufacturing Output8.2.7. Consumer Price Index8.2.8. Wholesale Price Index8.2.9. Local Currency Unit per US$8.2.10. Local Currency Unit per EUR8.2.11. Market Capitalization of Listed Companies8.2.12. Market Capitalization of Listed Companies as a % of GDP8.2.13. Total Government Cash Surplus/Deficit8.2.14. Government Cash Surplus/Deficit
  23. 23. Table of ContentsTable of ContentsReports Cornerwww.reportscorner.com8.2.15. Central Government Debt8.2.16. Central Government Debt as a % of GDP8.2.17. Goods Exports as a % of GDP8.2.18. Goods Imports as a % of GDP8.2.19. Goods Trade Surplus/Deficit as a % of GDP8.2.20. Services Imports as a % of GDP8.2.21. Services Exports as a % of GDP8.2.22. Services trade surplus/deficit as a % of GDP8.2.23. Net Foreign Direct Investment8.2.24. Net FDI as a percentage of GDP8.2.25. International reserves, including Gold8.3. Energy and Utilities8.3.1. Total Conventional Thermal Electricity Net Generation8.3.2. Hydroelectricity Net Generation8.3.3. Nuclear Electricity Net Generation
  24. 24. Table of ContentsTable of ContentsReports Cornerwww.reportscorner.com8.3.4. Total Conventional Thermal Electricity Installed Capacity8.3.5. Total Electricity Exports8.3.6. Total Electricity Imports8.3.7. Proved Reserves of Natural Gas (Trillion Cubic Feet)8.3.8. Total Petroleum Consumption8.3.9. Crude Oil Proved Reserves (Billion Barrels)8.3.10. Total Non-Hydro Renewable Electricity Net Generation8.4. Infrastructure Quality and Availability8.4.1. Roads, total network (km)8.4.2. Rail lines, total network8.5. Minerals8.5.1. Mining, Manufacturing, Utilities Output8.6. Technology8.6.1. Research and development expenditure8.6.2. Patents Granted
  25. 25. Table of ContentsTable of ContentsReports Cornerwww.reportscorner.com8.7. Telecommunication8.7.1. Telephone lines8.7.2. Telephone lines Penetration Rate9 Appendix9.1. About SDI9.2. Disclaimer
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