Single Aisle Aircraft Continue to dominate the world’s fleet, including the new 737 MAX and A320neo airplanes. Boeing predicts that “Asia Pacific” will receive 36 percent of the new single-aisle airplanes. Low-cost carriers (LCC) in Asia will further expend the outsourcing market. Source ： Boeing
The 6850 aircraft in 2013 generate an MRO market of $16.4B which accounts for 28% of global MRO spend ( $59B ), and will raise to $26.5B by 2022. (Asia) Asia Pacific has the highest MRO market growth by 2023 Source ： ICF, Boeing
Rolls-Royce is strong in aftermarketing, with 48% of their fleet covered by their TotalCare or CorporateCare service offerings. Pratt & Whitney provides engine maintenance, material supply management, and line maintenance services on a broad range of engine models. GE/EVA service center for GE-nx Source ： ICF, Boeing Manufacturer dominance !! Engine MRO’s Developing Trend
The small and medium widebody airplane accounts for 45% of the total world airplane over the next 20 years, including Boeing 787 and 777 and Airbus A350 and A330. Source ： Boeing Technology in new aircraft gives OEMs an opportunity to penetrate market from high licensing fees charging by the manufacturer. Component
Where is the niche? Single-aisle passenger airplane maintenance Engine repair and maintenance Component OEM Key: International Collaboration
What do we have? Excellent Geographic Position Strong technical capacity Relatively low labor cost Governmental support? (official proclaimation; preference on land acquisition,land tax, loan, landing fee, etc.) Create a value proposition around flexibility and speed, providing the same quality of service at a lower price. Thank you for listening!