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Saturday, March 10, 2012

Austerity Measures Threaten to Clip Wings of Participants in the Netherlands Air Market, Cautions Frost & Sullivan

[F-35 Lightning II]Since the early 1990's, the Netherlands Defence Force (RNlDF) has been undergoing restructuring and fleet rationalisation, which has made the Dutch defence market more difficult to break into. As the market evolves, participants will need to be flexible and adapt to changing end-user demands.

New analysis from Frost & Sullivan (, The Netherlands Air Market – Revenue Opportunities and Stakeholder Mapping, finds a total market size of nearly $5.82 billion for air programmes over the forecast period of 2011-2020.

Diverse opportunities will arise across all platform segments, although more so in the long-term. The research covers manned and unmanned platforms (including support-in-service (SIS), upgrades, and new procurements), and C4ISTAR and training and simulation (T&S).

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