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Sustainability in the Global Defense Industry 2012-2013 - Trends and Opportunities, Budgets, Defense Industry Procurement, and Marketing Initiatives

  1. 1. Sustainability in the Global Defense Industry 2012-2013 -Trends and Opportunities, Budgets, Defense IndustryProcurement, and Marketing InitiativesReport Details:Published:October 2012No. of Pages: 130Price: Single User License – US$2000SynopsisThis is a new report by Strategic Defence Intelligence that analyzes what sustainability means tothe global defense industry and how it is being implemented. Furthermore, this report grantsaccess to the opinions and strategies of business decision makers and competitors, and examinestheir actions surrounding sustainable procurement practices and marketing green initiatives.This report provides a comprehensive account of how executives in the global defense industryperceive sustainability and also explores the key drivers and challenges of sustainabilitymanagement. Furthermore, this report attempts to forecast the change in demand for varioussustainable products and services in different markets across the globe. The report providesaccess to information categorized by region, company type, and sizes.Introduction and LandscapeWhy was the report written?This report is a result of responses derived from SDIs exclusive B2B panel of senior decisionmaking respondents and helps in understanding the implementation of sustainability in theindustry and its impact on business. It also includes analysis of responses from seniorstakeholders, including detailed segmentation, which helps the reader to make well-informedbusiness decisions. The high number of responses from C-level or equivalents ensures optimumcredibility and is responsible for accurate snapshots of the industrys best sustainability practices.What is the current market landscape and what is changing?50% of buyer respondents consider technical expertise to be a highly important prerequisite forthe implementation of sustainability, and 47% consider a focus on long term goal achievementsto be important.What are the key drivers behind recent market changes?Cost savings and operational efficiency, strengthening competitive position, and clientdemand are considered to be the most important drivers from defense contractors, while clientdemand, cost savings and operational efficiency, and growth opportunities are identified asthe main drivers by other service providers.
  2. 2. What makes this report unique and essential to read?Sustainability in the Global Defense Industry 2012-2013: Trends and Opportunities, Budgets,Defense Industry Procurement, and Marketing Initiatives” is a new report by Strategic DefenseIntelligence that analyzes what sustainability means to the global defense industry and how it isbeing implemented. Furthermore, this report grants access to the opinions and strategies ofbusiness decision makers and competitors, and examines their actions surrounding sustainableprocurement practices and marketing green initiatives.Key Features and Benefits•To identify the most popular or universally accepted indices or practices used in measuring and monitoring sustainability implementation.•To understand the set specific cost saving targets to be achieved when implementing sustainability.•Uncovers the leading concerns of companies in the effective implementation of sustainable practices.•Formulate effective procurement strategies by identifying how sustainability procurement budgets are changing and where expenditure will be directed to in the future.•Identify the specific marketing strategies and channels competitors use to win business.Key Market Issues55% of respondents claim that adopting video-conferencing is a key energy efficiency measurethey have implemented. In addition, the use of energy efficient facilities or control systems andset definite goals for savings are the other most implemented energy efficiency measures, asnoted by 43% and 42% of respondents respectively.59% of defense buyer respondents consider recycling to be the most-used practice for wastemanagement, while landfill and incineration are the other widely followed practices, as notedby 29% and 18% of respondents respectively.The top three regions expected to experience the fastest growth in the defense industry in the next12 months are the US, Germany, and the UK, as stated by 57%, 55%, and 48% of respondentsrespectively.On average, buyer sustainability management budgets are expected to rise by 7.3% over the next12 months, compared to an expected increase of 7% in 2011 and 6.8% in 2010.Respondents from defense organizations consider reduction of energy consumption, effectiveminimization of waste, and effective minimization of water consumption to be critical factors forsupplier selection.Key Highlights50% of respondents from the buyers industry consider quality and durability as the mostimportant procurement and design practice they wish to implement over the next 12 months. Inaddition, respondents from defense organizations expect suppliers to design products forpersonnel safety and security.Corporate or brand websites and email and newsletters are considered as the two mostimportant marketing channels by 38% and 30% respondents from defense contractorsrespectively. Additionally, public relations and email and newsletters are accepted as the mostimportant marketing channels by 41% and 39% of respondents from other service providers
  3. 3. respectively.Survey results reveal that 59% of respondents consider recycling to be the most-used practicefor waste management, while landfill and incineration are the other widely followed practices,as noted by 29% and 18% of respondents respectively.Energy-efficient facilities and composite stack materials are identified as the products andservices that are most expected to see an increase in demand, as noted by 45% and 33%respondents from defense organizations respectively.Both defense contractors and other service providers consider marketing strategies such assending educational marketing messages and the need to explain cost-benefit of sustainabilityto clients to be important in order to market their green credentials to their clients.Get your copy of this report @http://www.reportsnreports.com/reports/196496-sustainability-in-the-global-defense-industry-2012-2013-trends-and-opportunities-budgets-defense-industry-procurement-and-marketing-initiatives.htmlMajor points covered in Table of Contents of this report includeList of FiguresFigure 1: Global Defense Industry: Key Drivers of Sustainability by Buyers (%), 2012-2013Figure 2: Global Defense Industry: Key Drivers of Sustainability by Suppliers (%), 2012-2013Figure 3: Global Defense Industry: Key Drivers of Sustainability by Region (%), 2012-2013Figure 4: Global Defense Industry: Key Drivers of Sustainability by Turnover (%), 2012-2013Figure 5: Global Defense Industry: Major Barriers to Sustainability by Buyers (%), 2012-2013Figure 6: Global Defense Industry: Major Barriers to Sustainability by Suppliers (%), 2012-2013Figure 7: Global Defense Industry: Major Barriers to Sustainability by Turnover (%), 2012-2013Figure 8: Key Markets for Growth, All Respondents (%), 2012-2013Figure 9: Global Defense Industry Buyers: Prerequisites for Sustainability (%), 2012-2013Figure 10: Global Defense Industry Suppliers: Prerequisites for Sustainability (%), 2012-2013Figure 11: Global Defense Industry: Prerequisites for Sustainability by Region (%), 2012-2013Figure 12: Global Defense Industry: Prerequisites for Sustainability by Turnover (%), 2012-2013Figure 13: Global Defense Industry: Prerequisites for Sustainability by Senior Level respondents(%), 2012-2013Figure 14: Key Energy Efficiency Measures: All Respondents (%), 2012-2013Figure 15: Waste Management Practices: Global Defense Organizations (%), 2012-2013Figure 16: Waste Management Practices: Global Defense Suppliers (%), 2012-2013Figure 17: Global Defense Industry: Waste Management Practices by Region (%), 2012-2013Figure 18: Global Defense Industry: Waste Management Practices by Turnover (%), 2012-2013Figure 19: Effective Monitoring of Sustainability: Global Defense Organizations (%), 2012-2013Figure 20: Global Defense Industry Suppliers: Effective Monitoring of Sustainability (%), 2012-2013Figure 21: Cost Saving Expectations: Global Defense Organizations (%), 2012-2013Figure 22: Global Defense Industry Suppliers: Cost Saving Expectations (%), 2012-2013Figure 23: Global Defense Industry: Cost Saving Expectations by Region (%), 2012-2013Figure 24: Global Defense Industry: Cost Saving Expectations by Turnover (%), 2012-2013
  4. 4. Figure 25: Effective Monitoring of Sustainability by Cost Saving Expectations (%), 2012-2013Figure 26: Planned Change in Sustainability Budgets: Global Defense Organizations (%), 2010-2012Figure 27: Planned Change in Sustainability Budgets: Global Defense Contractors (%), 2010-2012Figure 28: Planned Change in Sustainability Budgets: Other Service Providers (%), 2010-2012Figure 29: Global Defense Industry: Change in Sustainability Budgets by Turnover (%), 2012-2013Figure 30: Global Defense Industry: Change in Sustainability Budgets by Senior LevelRespondents (%), 2012-2013Figure 31: Critical Factors for Supplier Selection: Global Defense Organizations (%), 2012Figure 32: Global Defense Industry Buyers: Expenditure on Sustainable Procurement (%), 2012Figure 33: Global Defense Industry: Attributes of Green Procurement by Defense Organizations(%), 2012-2013Figure 34: Global Defense Industry: Attributes of Green Procurement by Region (%), 2012-2013Figure 35: Global Defense Industry: Attributes of Green Procurement by Turnover (%), 2012-2013Figure 36: Global Defense Industry: Implementation of Sustainable Measures by Buyers (%),2012-2013Figure 37: Global Defense Industry: Implementation of Sustainable Measures by Suppliers (%),2012-2013Figure 38: Global Defense Industry: Implementation of Sustainable Measures by Region (%),2012-2013Figure 39: Global Defense Industry: Implementation of Sustainable Measures by Turnover (%),2012-2013Figure 40: Global Defense Organizations: Procurement of Sustainable Products and Services (%),2012-2013Figure 41: Global Defense Industry: Drivers of Green Marketing by Defense Contractors (%),2010-2012Figure 42: Global Defense Industry: Drivers of Green Marketing by Other Service Providers (%),2010-2012Figure 43: Global Defense Industry: Drivers of Green Marketing by Region (%), 2012-2013Figure 44: Global Defense Industry: Drivers of Green Marketing by Turnover (%), 2012-2013Figure 45: Global Defense Industry: Marketing of Green Credentials by Suppliers (%), 2012-2013Figure 46: Global Defense Industry: Marketing of Green Credentials by Region (%), 2012-2013Figure 47: Global Defense Industry: Marketing of Green Credentials by Turnover (%), 2012-2013Figure 48: Global Defense Industry: Effective Channels of Promotion by Defense Contractors (%),2012-2013Figure 49: Global Defense Industry: Effective Channels of Promotion by Other Service Providers(%), 2012-2013Figure 50: Global Defense Industry: Effective Channels of Promotion by Region (%), 2012-2013Figure 51: Global Defense Industry: Effective Channels of Promotion by Turnover (%), 2012-2013
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