1 INTRODUCTION 16
1.1 OBJECTIVES OF THE STUDY 16
1.2 DEFINITION 16
1.3 STUDY SCOPE 17
1.3.1 MARKETS COVERED 17
1.3.2 YEARS CONSIDERED FOR THE STUDY 18
1.4 CURRENCY 18
1.5 LIMITATIONS 18
1.6 STAKEHOLDERS 19

2 RESEARCH METHODOLOGY 20
2.1 RESEARCH DATA 20
2.1.1 SECONDARY DATA 22
2.1.1.1 Secondary sources 22
2.1.2 PRIMARY DATA 23
2.1.2.1 Key data from primary sources 23
2.1.2.2 Breakdown of primaries 23
2.2 MARKET SIZE ESTIMATION 24
2.2.1 BOTTOM-UP APPROACH 24
2.2.2 TOP-DOWN APPROACH 25
2.3 MARKET BREAKDOWN AND DATA TRIANGULATION 26
2.4 RESEARCH ASSUMPTIONS 27

3 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 28

4 PREMIUM INSIGHTS 32
4.1 ATTRACTIVE OPPORTUNITIES IN AIRCRAFT AND MARINE TURBOCHARGERS MARKET, 2018-2023 32
4.2 AIRCRAFT AND MARINE TURBOCHARGERS MARKET, BY PLATFORM 33
4.3 AIRCRAFT TURBOCHARGERS MARKET, BY REGION 34

5 MARKET OVERVIEW 35
5.1 INTRODUCTION 35
5.2 MARKET DYNAMICS 36
5.3 DRIVERS 36
5.3.1 GROWTH IN MARITIME TOURISM 36
5.3.2 INCREASING FOCUS ON FUEL-EFFICIENT AIRCRAFT ENGINES 37
5.3.3 INCREASING NUMBER OF AIRCRAFT DELIVERIES 37
5.3.4 RISING DEMAND FOR LIGHT JETS IN EMERGING ECONOMIES 38
5.4 OPPORTUNITIES 38
5.4.1 GROWING DEMAND FOR LIGHTWEIGHT AIRCRAFT ENGINES 38
5.4.2 ADOPTION OF 3D PRINTING FOR AIRCRAFT TURBOCHARGER MANUFACTURING 38
5.4.3 MARINE TURBOCHARGERS FOR GASOLINE & DIESEL ENGINES 38
5.5 CHALLENGES 39
5.5.1 COMPLEX DESIGN OF AIRCRAFT TURBOCHARGERS, LEADING TO MAINTENANCE DIFFICULTIES 39
5.5.2 GLOBAL MARINE FREIGHT RATES 39

6 INDUSTRY TRENDS 40
6.1 INTRODUCTION 40
6.2 TECHNOLOGY TRENDS 40
6.2.1 3D PRINTING TECHNOLOGY FOR TURBOCHARGERS 40
6.2.2 AIR FOIL BEARINGS 40
6.2.3 HYBRID TURBOCHARGERS FOR MARINE ENGINES 41
6.2.4 VARIABLE GEOMETRY TURBOCHARGER FOR MARINE 41
6.2.5 ELECTRO-ASSIST TURBO TECHNOLOGY FOR MARINE TURBOCHARGED DIESEL ENGINES 41
6.3 REGULATORY LANDSCAPE 42
6.3.1 COMPONENT DESIGN 42
6.3.2 AIRLINE/MARINE OPERATIONS 42
6.3.2.1 Durability 42
6.3.2.2 Reparability 42
6.3.3 MANUFACTURING 42
6.3.3.1 Reproducibility 42

7 AIRCRAFT AND MARINE TURBOCHARGERS MARKET, BY PLATFORM 43
7.1 INTRODUCTION 44
7.2 AIRCRAFT 45
7.2.1 ULTRALIGHT (TURBOPROP) 45
7.2.1.1 Increased use of fuel efficient aircraft in ultralight 45
7.2.2 ULTRALIGHT (PISTON) 46
7.2.2.1 The main advantage of piston engine is to allow the plane to have a more narrow front fuselage that reduces drag 46
7.3 UAV 46
7.3.1 TACTICAL UAV 47
7.3.1.1 The major factor driving the tactical UAV is used to observe and locate targets from a long distance 47
7.3.2 STRATEGIC UAV 47
7.3.2.1 The major factor driving the strategic UAV is used to carry large platform payloads at a maximum altitude 47
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7.3.3 SPECIAL PURPOSE UAV 47
7.3.3.1 Special Purposed UAV mostly being used in military applications such as, surveillance, and aerial photography 47
7.4 MARINE 47
7.4.1 MILITARY SHIPS 48
7.4.1.1 Surface naval ship 48
7.4.1.1.1 Surface naval ship are a subset of naval warships which are designed for warfare on the surface of the water 48
7.4.1.2 Aircraft carrier 48
7.4.1.2.1 Aircraft carrier is used to deploy balloons to nuclear-powered warships that carry numerous fighters, strike aircraft, helicopters, and other types of aircraft. 48
7.4.1.3 Surface combatant 48
7.4.1.3.1 Increasing use of surface combatant is to engage space, air, surface, and submerged targets with weapons deployed from the ship 48
7.4.1.4 Coastal defense 49
7.4.1.4.1 Coastal defense ship is specially designed shallow draft vessels capable of littoral operations 49
7.4.1.5 Patrol combatant 49
7.4.1.5.1 Increasing use of patrol combatant ship for anti-smuggling, anti-piracy, fisheries patrols, and immigration law enforcement 49
7.4.1.6 Amphibious warfare 49
7.4.1.6.1 Amphibious warfare ships majorly used to support ground forces, such as marines, on enemy territory during an amphibious assault. 49
7.4.1.7 Combat logistics 49
7.4.1.7.1 Combat logistics is responsible for marine air-ground task providing logistic support 49
7.4.1.8 Mine warfare 49
7.4.1.8.1 Mine warfare ships are designed as mine hunter-killers capable of finding, classifying, and destroying moored and bottom mines of ships. 49
7.4.1.9 Sealift 50
7.4.1.9.1 Sealift ships are majorly used for the purpose to support the army, navy, air force, marine corps and defense logistics Agency 50
7.4.2 COMMERCIAL SHIPS 50
7.4.2.1 Merchant ship 50
7.4.2.1.1 Increasing demand for merchant ships is due to increase in cargo transport 50
7.4.2.2 Bulk carrier 50
7.4.2.2.1 Bulk carrier is specially designed to transport unpackaged bulk cargo, such as grains, coal, ore, and cement 50
7.4.2.3 Container 50
7.4.2.3.1 Container ships majorly used in commercial freight transport and non-bulk cargo. 50
7.4.2.4 Oil tanker 51
7.4.2.4.1 Oil tanker is designed for the bulk transport of oil or its products. 51
7.4.2.5 Offshore vessel 51
7.4.2.5.1 Offshore vessel is used to support and transportation of goods, tools, equipment and personnel to and from offshore oil platforms and other offshore structures. 51
7.4.2.6 Recreational boat 51
7.4.2.6.1 Increasing demand for the recreational boat is due to fishing expeditions and water sport 51

8 AIRCRAFT AND MARINE TURBOCHARGERS MARKET, BY COMPONENT 52
8.1 INTRODUCTION 53
8.2 COMPRESSOR 54
8.2.1 INCREASING DEMAND FOR THE HIGH PERFORMANCE MATERIALS FOR COMPRESSOR 54
8.3 TURBINE 54
8.3.1 TURBINE IS MOSTLY USED TO CONTROL EXHAUST AIRFLOW, AIRCRAFT WASTEGATES AND MANAGE THE TURBINE SPEED 54
8.4 SHAFT 55
8.4.1 SHAFT IS ONE OF THE MOST IMPORTANT COMPONENT TO PRODUCE SHAFT POWER THAN JET THRUST. 55
8.5 OTHERS 55

9 AIRCRAFT AND MARINE TURBOCHARGERS MARKET, BY TECHNOLOGY 56
9.1 INTRODUCTION 56
9.2 SINGLE TURBO 56
9.2.1 SINGLE TURBO IS USED TO INCREASE THE POWER OUTPUT
FOR TURBOCHARGER 56
9.3 TWIN TURBO 56
9.3.1 REDUCED OPERATING COSTS AND MAINTENANCE IS THE MAJOR FACTORS FOR TWIN TURBO 56
9.4 ELECTRO-ASSIST TURBO 56
9.4.1 INCREASING DEMAND FOR ELECTRO-ASSIST TURBOCHARGERS IN MARINE INDUSTRY FOR THE USE OF MARINE DIESEL ENGINE 56
9.5 VARIABLE-GEOMETRY TURBO 57
9.5.1 INCREASING DEMAND FOR VARIABLE-GEOMETRY TURBOCHARGER
FOR MARINE INDUSTRY TO PRODUCE HIGH ENGINE SPEEDS 57

10 AIRCRAFT AND MARINE TURBOCHARGERS MARKET, BY REGION 58
10.1 INTRODUCTION 59
10.2 NORTH AMERICA 60
10.2.1 US 64
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10.3 EUROPE 65
10.3.1 FRANCE 69
10.3.2 GERMANY 71
10.3.3 ITALY 72
10.3.4 SWITZERLAND 74
10.3.5 UK 75
10.3.6 RUSSIA 75
10.3.7 REST OF EUROPE 76
10.4 ASIA PACIFIC 77
10.4.1 CHINA 81
10.4.2 INDIA 82
10.4.3 AUSTRALIA 83
10.4.4 NEW ZEALAND 84
10.4.5 JAPAN 84
10.4.6 SOUTH KOREA 85
10.4.7 REST OF ASIA PACIFIC 86
10.5 REST OF THE WORLD 87
10.5.1 LATIN AMERICA 89
10.5.2 MIDDLE EAST 90
11 COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE 91
11.1 INTRODUCTION 91
11.2 MARKET RANKING ANALYSIS 92
11.3 COMPETITIVE SCENARIO 94
11.3.1 CONTRACTS 94
11.3.2 NEW PRODUCT DEVELOPMENTS 94
11.3.3 ACQUISITIONS AND AGREEMENTS 95
12 COMPANY PROFILES 96
(Business Overview, Products Offered, Recent Developments, SWOT Analysis, MnM View)*
12.1 HARTZELL ENGINE TECHNOLOGIES 96
12.2 PBS VELKA BITES 97
12.3 ROLLS-ROYCE 98
12.4 MITSUBISHI HEAVY INDUSTRIES 101
12.5 MAIN TURBO SYSTEMS 104
12.6 TEXTRON INC. 105
12.7 GENERAL ELECTRIC 107
12.8 ABB 109
12.9 CUMMINS 111
12.10 KAWASAKI HEAVY INDUSTRIES 113
12.11 JRONE TURBOCHARGER 115
12.12 LYCOMING ENGINES 116
12.13 CONTINENTAL MOTORS GROUP 117
12.14 MAN ENERGY SOLUTIONS 118
12.15 INNOVATORS 119
12.15.1 MAHINDRA AEROSPACE 119
12.15.2 A&S TURBOCHARGERS CO. 119
12.15.3 VAN DER LEE TURBO SYSTEMS 119
12.15.4 SPRINTAERO 119
12.15.5 DIAMOND AIRCRAFT INDUSTRIES 119
*Details on Business Overview, Products Offered, Recent Developments, SWOT Analysis, MnM View might not be captured in case of unlisted companies.
13 APPENDIX 120
13.1 DISCUSSION GUIDE 120
13.2 KNOWLEDGE STORE: MARKETSANDMARKETS? SUBSCRIPTION PORTAL 123
13.3 AVAILABLE CUSTOMIZATION 125
13.4 RELATED REPORTS 125
13.5 AUTHOR DETAILS 126