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  • 2014 global aerospace and defense sector financial performance study
    This new report provides an assessment of the 2013 financial performance of 100 major global aerospace and defense companies using information from public company filings and press releases. Global A&D sector growth slowed down in 2013, with the U.S defense subsector slowdown a key contributor.
  • Global defense outlook 2014
    The Global Defense Outlook 2014 examines current policies, practices, and trends affecting the defense ministries of 50 nations whose total publicly-acknowledged spending on national defense accounts for more than 92% of global defense outlays.
  • 3D opportunity in aerospace and defense: Additive manufacturing takes flight
    The aerospace and defense industry is increasingly using additive manufacturing to reduce material costs, decrease labor content, and increase availability of parts at point of use, which may have a dramatic impact on the supply chain.
  • Aerospace & defense cost management: New techniques for new cost challenges
    Innovative techniques are required to navigate the challenging cost environment for manufacturing companies. Learn more about advanced analytical tools that are providing the means to enhance traditional cost management strategies.
  • 2014 global aerospace and defense industry outlook
    This year’s global aerospace and defense industry outlook shows revenue growth in the 5 percent range is expected for the overall industry in 2014. Expect another record year for commercial aerospace and continued declines in defense.
  • 3D Opportunity: The course on additive manufacturing for business leaders
    Register for an online course designed to help expand your knowledge of the business implications of additive manufacturing and inform your choices about how and where to invest in these technologies.
  • 2014 global aerospace and defense industry outlook
    Expect another record year for commercial aerospace and continued declines in defense.
  • 3D opportunity in tooling: Additive manufacturing shapes the future
    The use of additive manufacturing to fabricate tooling can not only reduce lead times and costs, but also improve functionality and enhance the ability to customize.
  • Can we afford our own future?
    Why Aerospace and Defense programs are often late and overbudget – and what can be done to fix the problem.
  • Three keys to M&A effectiveness for A&D executives
    Recent uptick in M&A activity is the beginning of a boom for the A&D industry. Considerations for future effectiveness, as industry leaders prepare their companies to take full advantage of potential M&A opportunities.
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