整備・修理・オーバーホール (MRO) 設備の情勢：2018年
Global Maintenance, Repair & Overhaul (MRO) Facility Landscape, 2018
|発行||Frost & Sullivan||商品コード||712897|
|出版日||ページ情報||英文 50 Pages
|整備・修理・オーバーホール (MRO) 設備の情勢：2018年 Global Maintenance, Repair & Overhaul (MRO) Facility Landscape, 2018|
|出版日: 2018年09月17日||ページ情報: 英文 50 Pages||
当レポートでは、民間航空機の整備・修理・オーバーホール (MRO) 設備情勢について調査し、格納庫スペースが最大の企業、MROが最も支配的な地域、将来への備えが整っている航空会社とその他の航空会社が追いつくために必要なこと、航空会社もしくは貨物輸送会社にとって最も重要なMROの側面、および主な成長機会などについて分析しています。
The Future of Commercial Air Carriers will Rely on Global MROs' Capacity, Capability, and Sustainability
This growth insight discusses the landscape of commercial aircraft maintenance, repair, and overhaul facilities (MROs) that provide check maintenance and modifications for airlines and air freight carriers.
Prior to stand-alone aircraft maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) facilities, major airlines and air freight carriers were forced to acquire resources such as facilities, tooling, and employees to comply with maintenance and modification requirements for their fleets. As their fleets expanded, resource expenditures went up. Some low cost airlines entered the market heavily relying on vendors to provide maintenance, reducing the requirement of maintenance resources such as facilities, labor, and tooling. In efforts to reduce costs and remain competitive, major airlines followed suite by turning to third-party maintenance providers. Several airlines around the globe have completely eliminated their maintenance departments by transferring them to separate businesses and some have even increased outputs and services to provide aircraft maintenance for multiple carriers. As demand increases for aircraft maintenance, MROs attempt to adjust capacity to meet the demand. Results of MRO expansions have led to mergers, consolidations, buy-outs, alliances, as well as some companies going out of business. Aircraft maintenance, once considered just a cost of doing business to airlines, has emerged into a competitive business.
An overview is provided of top companies in the MRO market, many operating several sites around the globe. Profiles include: short company descriptions and highlights; history of organization; affiliations and partnerships; capacity measurements such as hanger areas, hanger quantities, hanger configurations, and area metrics.
The aircraft MRO business is continuing to go through many changes such as more air carriers shifting to outsourcing, airlines finding leverage in crossing borders, and some MROs winning contracts with original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) to act as the provider for factory covered services. Most continents and regions around the globe are inhabited by MROs with a higher saturation in Asia, Europe, and the Americas. Cost is the driving factor for airlines' decision to use specific MROs. Efficiencies in service must be evident and realized, however, if schedule is not maintained or quality issues start to arise, airlines and air carriers have been known to end relationships prematurely.