Bharatbook added a new report on “The Maritime Security Market 2010-2020: Piracy, Shipping & Seaports” examines leading users of maritime security and explores the range of factors which are driving this sector.
Latest defence report – The Maritime Security Market 2010-2020: Piracy, Shipping & Seaports report ( http://www.bharatbook.com/detail.asp?id=134046&rt=The-Maritime-Security-Market-2010-2020-Piracy-Shipping-Seaports.html ) – explores one of the homeland security market’s most important sectors and reveals how this market will develop over the period 2010-2020. Based on our research, global spending in 2010 on maritime security will total $15.4bn. We analyse, quantify and forecast the global and regional maritime security markets over the period 2010-2020. We also analyse and quantify separately the global and regional vessel security and seaport & facility security markets over the period 2010-2020.
The increasing occurrence of maritime piracy on larger and larger high value assets such as cargo ships and oil and gas tankers has raised the awareness of maritime security. Not only are these incidents costly for the shipping and oil and gas sectors, the incidents also raise profound questions about energy security in our globalised economy and this has concentrated minds to tackle the problem of maritime piracy. Furthermore, the threat of maritime terrorism remains a very real possibility as terrorist groups see the potential to target such potentially explosive targets. All of these factors and others are driving increased spending on maritime security.
Nevertheless, despite these pressing security requirements driving spending, the maritime security market will have to contend with other restraints over the 2010-2020 forecast period – including restrained defence budgets and a shipping industry recovering from a severe recession. This report explains how the mixture of these factors and the combination of other factors will shape the maritime security market over the period 2010-2020.
Our market study reviews leading maritime security programmes and contracts and examines the prospects and outlook for providers of maritime security. Our market study also examines leading users of maritime security and explores the range of factors which are driving this sector. We assess the commercial prospects and outlook for companies offering maritime security products and services. This analytical report defines the current state of the maritime security market in detail and discusses its characteristics and potential from 2010 onwards, with market forecasting at the global and regional levels.
There are significant regional differences in acquisition patterns and market growth rates. The Maritime Security Market 2010-2020: Piracy, Shipping & Seaports report reveals where the potential opportunities will be for maritime security – allowing successful companies to exploit these growing markets. Crucially this report discusses how to adapt to this evolving competitive landscape.
How much are individual regions planning to spend acquiring and upgrading maritime security between 2010 and 2020? Who are the leading companies providing maritime security products and services? Where are the growth opportunities over the next decade – in which geographical region and with which platform type and with which new technology? These critical questions and many more are definitively answered in this comprehensive report.
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