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  • 2014 Global Aerospace and Defense Industry Outlook
    The global commercial aerospace sector is expected to sustain its significant revenue and earnings growth in 2014, underlined by extended record-setting production levels both at the platform and supplier base.
  • Remaking the global steel industry: Lower cost natural gas and its impacts
    In an industry as established as steel, it is rare that a new development can have the kind of meaningful impact widely expected from a low cost, steady, accessible, and long-term supply of natural gas.
  • Global Defence Outlook 2013: Balancing security and prosperity
    The economic and strategic environments of 2013 pose fresh challenges for defence policymakers, whose requirements to enforce stability and security must compete against rising demands for new social services and limited government spending.
  • Talent 2020: Surveying the talent paradox from the employee perspective - The view from the Automotive sector
    After several years of shedding employees, the Automotive sector is now in major talent acquisition mode with strong momentum expected to continue in 2013 and beyond.
  • 2013 Global forest, paper, and packaging trend watch - A changing landscape: South America’s influence on global markets
    This report by the Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu Limited (DTTL) Global Manufacturing Industry group examines the global forest, paper, and packaging (FP&P) sector through the supply and demand activity of South America.
  • Manufacturing for Growth: Strategies for Driving Growth and Employment
    In today’s global economy, government actions and public policy play a critical role in shaping the competitiveness of both nations and the individual companies that operate within their borders. The impact that government policies can have across a number of competitiveness drivers – including trade; financial, monetary, tax and legal systems; infrastructure; education; labour markets; and science and technology – are significant.
  • Driving growth: Advanced Materials Systems
    An Advanced Materials Systems approach can help guide manufacturers beyond the frontier of inventing new molecules and materials into the realm of functional solutions as a new source of growth and innovation.
  • 2013 Global chemical industry mergers and acquisitions outlook
    The global chemical industry continues to face a number of trends that will challenge the sector and drive new opportunities for organic and inorganic growth. New markets, shale gas discoveries, and Advanced Materials Systems are among the trends driving organic growth and stimulating activity in mergers and acquisitions (M&A) and alliances.
  • Untapped resource: How manufacturers can attract, retain, and advance talented women
    This article represents the collective voice of women in manufacturing and is intended to inform the strategies that manufacturing leaders are using to increase the number of women among their ranks.
  • Distressed supplier management: Why manufacturers should monitor their suppliers' health
    With unpredictability resulting from the economic downturn's effect on a global supply chain combined with geopolitical issues, it has become quite clear that monitoring the health of your supplier's health is an important initiative.
  • Aerospace & defence cross-border joint ventures
    This paper highlights emerging trends in the global A&D industry for capital formation broadly, and as they apply to cross-border joint ventures in particular.
  • 2013 Global aerospace and defence industry outlook
    Expect defense to shrink while commercial aerospace sets new records.
  • U.S. aerospace and defence sector financial performance analysis
    Defence revenues and earnings continued to decrease. Commercial aerospace continued double digit revenue growth in 2012.
  • 2013 Global Manufacturing Competitiveness Index: A shifting landscape
    Over the next five years, 20th century manufacturing stalwarts like the United States, Germany and Japan will be challenged to maintain their competitive edge to emerging nations such as China, India and Brazil.
  • Reigniting growth: Advanced Materials Systems
    Advanced Materials Systems, or AMS, has the potential to enable growth, value creation, and innovation renewal by delivering functional solutions to markets and customers that desire or require those solutions.
  • Automotive Supply Chain: Unlocking potential cost savings in automotive packaging
    This paper sheds light on how much your organisation may be spending on packaging annually, potential solutions to the challenges experienced each day and identifies significant economic savings that could be achieved by approaching the current packaging process in a new way.
  • Mid-year 2012 top 20 global aerospace and defence company financial performance analysis
    Based on mid-year 2012 financial results, defence companies in the top 20 global aerospace and defence (A&D) companies experienced a decline in their global revenues of $1.3 billion, or a 1 per cent decrease, after a 3.3 per cent decline in 2011.
  • Do something about it: Pricing analytics in manufacturing
    Many leaders at manufacturing companies know that setting the right price can have an impact on the bottom line. But many have yet to dig deep into their transactional data and take action.
  • Leadership wanted: The public's view of the manufacturing industry today
    The United States economic recovery and job creation continue to be important concerns for many Americans, particularly in light of the 2012 elections.
  • End market alchemy: Expanding perspectives to drive growth in the global chemistry industry
    In order to deal with the current economic climate, the global chemical industry will have to go beyond cost-cutting measures and look for new sources of value creation and growth.
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