Malaysian Defense Market, Forecast to 2024

Malaysian Defense Market, Forecast to 2024

There is a Visible Trend Toward Upgrades and Offsets in Line with the Increased Focus on the Indigenous Industry

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Asia Pacific
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This research explores Malaysia’s defense outlook from 2019 to 2024. With a shifting political landscape, conflicting claims to islands in the South China Sea and budgetary restraints, Malaysia’s defense approach for the coming years reflects a changing environment. This analysis covers aspects of the defense industry, including budgets, drivers and restraints to growth and trends in the sector, as well as defense equipment acquisitions including historical and forecast adoptions. The study also provides insights on how attractive the Malaysian defense market is for suppliers and manufacturers. Further, it gives details about the stakeholders involved in the procurement of defense equipment, the procurement process and the outlook.

As a major nation in Southeast Asia, Malaysia’s defense outlook is influenced by ASEAN and its global relationships. Efforts at establishing a viable local defense industry have led to the development of offset programs and technology transfer agreements. However, cost factors have seen some programs pivot from local production to partner countries. Budget constraints, therefore, are a major factor impacting the outlook for the Malaysian defense sector. This is reflected in a shift to multi-purpose equipment in military modernization efforts, reducing the upkeep and cost associated with many specific equipment types. Overall, the majority of changes to Malaysia’s order of battle will stem from upgrades of existing equipment rather than replacement.

With shifting regional relationships, disputes in the South China Sea and continued unlawful human movement, border security remains a core concern for Malaysia, especially in the Sabah region. Since the delineation of the Malaysia Maritime Enforcement Agency, there has been increased emphasis on securing the country’s borders, a huge part of it is flanked by waterways.

With the first ever defense whitepaper published in late 2019, it is clear that Malaysia is refocusing her efforts on domestic defense industry. While efforts are being made to contain defense spending, the plan remains in place to modernize the country’s fleet through streamlining and increasing the number of multi-role vessels and vehicles.

Using 2018 as a base year, this research explores the outlook for the Malaysian defense sector over the period from 2018 to 2024.

Key Issues Addressed

  • How is the defense sector in Malaysia faring?
  • What are the leading drivers and restraints for the Malaysian defense market?
  • What are the current trends in the Malaysian defense market?
  • How has the country’s defense equipment acquisitions been historically?
  • What is the forecast for defense equipment acquisitions in Malaysia?
  • How attractive is the Malaysian defense market?

Table of Contents

Key Findings

Key Findings (continued)

Research Scope

SWOT Analysis of Malaysian Armed Forces

Historical Adoption by Equipment Type

Military Modernization Overview

Overview—Political and Regional Considerations

Overview—Defense Spending

Overview—Defense Spending Trend

Market Drivers

Drivers Explained

Drivers Explained (continued)

Market Restraints

Restraints Explained

Restraints Explained (continued)

Military Budget Forecast by Appropriations

Budget Forecast—Defense Spending and Breakdown

Budget Forecast—Operating and Development Expenditure

Trends Affecting Defense Spending

Royal Malaysian Navy

Royal Malaysian Navy (continued)

Royal Malaysian Navy—Operating Equipment

Royal Malaysian Navy—Operating Equipment (continued)

Royal Malaysian Navy—Current and Future Fleet

Royal Malaysian Navy—Operating Equipment

Royal Malaysian Air Force

Royal Malaysian Air Force (continued)

Royal Malaysian Air Force—Operating Equipment

Royal Malaysian Air Force—Operating Equipment (continued)

Royal Malaysian Air Force—Current and Future Fleet

Malaysian Army

Malaysian Army (continued)

Malaysian Army—Operating Equipment

Malaysian Army—Operating Equipment (continued)

Malaysian Army—Operating Equipment (continued)

Malaysian Army—Operating Equipment (continued)

Malaysian Army—Operating Equipment (continued)

Historical Adoption by Country

Historical Adoption by Category

Historical Adoption by Equipment Type

Forecast Adoption by Equipment Type—Fighter Jet

Forecast Adoption by Equipment Type—UAS

Forecast Adoption by Equipment Type—MRSS

Forecast Adoption by Equipment Type—LMS

Forecast Adoption by Equipment Type—Security System

Structure of Defense Roles in the Malaysian Government

Defense Procurement Stakeholders

Defense Procurement Process

Defense Procurement Process—Policies

Defense Procurement Process—Regulatory Framework

Supplier Growth Opportunities—Partnerships

Supplier Growth Opportunities—Industry Integration

Country Growth Opportunities—Key Faction Development

Strategic Imperatives

The Last Word—3 Big Predictions

Legal Disclaimer

List of Exhibits

List of Exhibits (continued)

List of Exhibits (continued)

Glossary

Glossary (continued)

The Frost & Sullivan Story

Value Proposition: Future of Your Company & Career

Global Perspective

Industry Convergence

360º Research Perspective

Implementation Excellence

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This research explores Malaysia’s defense outlook from 2019 to 2024. With a shifting political landscape, conflicting claims to islands in the South China Sea and budgetary restraints, Malaysia’s defense approach for the coming years reflects a changing environment. This analysis covers aspects of the defense industry, including budgets, drivers and restraints to growth and trends in the sector, as well as defense equipment acquisitions including historical and forecast adoptions. The study also provides insights on how attractive the Malaysian defense market is for suppliers and manufacturers. Further, it gives details about the stakeholders involved in the procurement of defense equipment, the procurement process and the outlook. As a major nation in Southeast Asia, Malaysia’s defense outlook is influenced by ASEAN and its global relationships. Efforts at establishing a viable local defense industry have led to the development of offset programs and technology transfer agreements. However, cost factors have seen some programs pivot from local production to partner countries. Budget constraints, therefore, are a major factor impacting the outlook for the Malaysian defense sector. This is reflected in a shift to multi-purpose equipment in military modernization efforts, reducing the upkeep and cost associated with many specific equipment types. Overall, the majority of changes to Malaysia’s order of battle will stem from upgrades of existing equipment rather than replacement. With shifting regional relationships, disputes in the South China Sea and continued unlawful human movement, border security remains a core concern for Malaysia, especially in the Sabah region. Since the delineation of the Malaysia Maritime Enforcement Agency, there has been increased emphasis on securing the country’s borders, a huge part of it is flanked by waterways. With the first ever defense whitepaper published in late 2019, it is clear that Malaysia is refocusing her efforts on domestic defense industry. While efforts are being made to contain defense spending, the plan remains in place to modernize the country’s fleet through streamlining and increasing the number of multi-role vessels and vehicles. Using 2018 as a base year, this research explores the outlook for the Malaysian defense sector over the period from 2018 to 2024.--BEGIN PROMO--

Key Issues Addressed

  • How is the defense sector in Malaysia faring?
  • What are the leading drivers and restraints for the Malaysian defense market?
  • What are the current trends in the Malaysian defense market?
  • How has the country’s defense equipment acquisitions been historically?
  • What is the forecast for defense equipment acquisitions in Malaysia?
  • How attractive is the Malaysian defense market?
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Author Georgia Edell
Industries Aerospace, Defence and Security
WIP Number 9AB0-00-6D-00-00
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GPS Codes 9000-A1