Revenue Opportunity and Stakeholder Mapping in the Turkish Defence Market

Modernisation and Localisation Drive the Turkish Defence Market


Turkey’s unique geo-strategic position, as the most eastern member state of the NATO, continues to influence the country’s defence procurement policies, and Turkey’s defence budget continues to rise. In order to encourage domestic defence production, the Turkish defence market will be increasingly difficult for foreign companies to penetrate, consequently leading to a 10 per cent increase in domestic procurement during the forecast period. This is despite modernisation trends. Frost & Sullivan conducted in-depth primary interviews and secondary research in the Turkish defence air, land, and navy segments, including quantitative and qualitative data across platforms - support in service and systems and technologies from 2011 to 2020.

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Table of Contents

Executive SummaryExecutive Summary—Market Engineering MeasurementsExecutive Summary—CEO’s PerspectiveMarket OverviewMarket Overview—DefinitionsMarket Overview—Definitions (continued)Market Overview—Key Questions This Study Will AnswerMarket Overview—Global Defence BudgetsMarket Overview—Global Defence Budgets (continued)Market Overview—Segmentation Market Overview—Segmentation (continued) Market Overview—Turkish National ProductionMarket Overview—Turkish National Production (continued)Market Overview—Turkish ExportsMarket Overview—Turkish Exports (continued)Market Overview—Top 10 ExportsMarket Overview—Top 10 Exports (continued) Market Overview—Turkey’s Private/Public IndustrySSMMarket Overview—International Co-operation with Domestic MarketMarket Overview—International Co-operation with Domestic Market (continued)External Challenges: Drivers and Restraints—Defence Market Drivers and RestraintsDrivers ExplainedDrivers Explained (continued)Restraints ExplainedRestraints Explained (continued)Stakeholder MappingEnd-User Analysis—Stakeholder Map for Armed ForcesEnd-User Analysis—Key Stakeholders to be Engaged and InfluencedForecast and Trends—Defence MarketMarket Engineering MeasurementsForecast AssumptionsDefence Market—Revenue ForecastRevenue Forecast DiscussionDefence Market—Revenue Forecast by SegmentRevenue Forecast by Segment DiscussionTurkey’s Industrial InfrastructureTurkey’s Industrial Infrastructure (continued)Impact of Political LandscapeTurkish Armed Forces Deployment—2011Competitive Analysis—Defence MarketCompetitive Landscape—Air Platforms MarketCompetitive Landscape—Land Platforms MarketCompetitive Landscape—Naval Platforms Market Competitive Landscape C4ISRCompetitive Profile—TAICompetitive Profile—AselsanCompetitive Profile—HavelsanCompetitive Profile—OtokarCompetitive Profile—FNSSCompetitive Profile—RoketsanPlatforms Segment BreakdownPlatform Segment—Revenue Forecast by End-UserRevenue Forecast by End-User DiscussionPlatforms Segment—Air Platforms Revenue ForecastAir Platforms Revenue Forecast DiscussionAir Programme OverviewAir Programme Overview (continued)Air Programme Overview (continued)Air Programme Overview (continued)Platforms Segment—Land Platforms Revenue ForecastLand Platforms Revenue Forecast DiscussionLand Programme OverviewLand Programme Overview (continued)Land Programme Overview (continued)Platforms Segment—Naval Platforms Revenue ForecastNaval Platforms Revenue Forecast DiscussionNaval Programme OverviewNaval Programme Overview (continued)Naval Programme Overview (continued)Support in Service Segment BreakdownSupport in Service Segment—Revenue Forecast by End-UserRevenue Forecast by End-User DiscussionOutsourced Services OverviewOutsourced Services Overview DiscussionSystems and Technologies Segment BreakdownSystems and Technologies Segment—Revenue ForecastRevenue Forecast DiscussionSystems and Technologies Segment—C4ISR Revenue Forecast by End-userC4ISR Revenue Forecast by End-user DiscussionC4ISR Program OverviewSystems and Technologies Segment—Training and Simulation Revenue Forecast by End-userTraining and Simulation Revenue Forecast by End-user DiscussionTraining and Simulation Programme OverviewOther Opportunities in Turkish Defence MarketIntegrated Border ManagementIntegrated Border ManagementSatellite ProjectsConclusions ConclusionsStrategic RecommendationsRecommendationsThe Last WordThe Last Word—Three Big PredictionsLegal DisclaimerAppendixMarket Engineering Methodology




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