Visiongain: Military Armored Vehicle Global Demand to Hit $12.4B in 2015

army-vehicleA new Visiongain report forecasts the demand for military armored vehicles worldwide to reach $12.4 billion in 2015.

The report covers armored vehicles that are designed to endure mines and improvised explosive devices, Visiongain said Friday.

Visiongain also presents in the report the global and national shares of the armored vehicle market from 2015 through 2025, the market growth during the forecast period, the main armored vehicle that will drive the market, market drivers and restraints, and the tier-one market vendors.

The report profiles companies such as:

  • AM General
  • BAE Systems
  • China North Industries
  • Doosan Infracore
  • FNSS Savunma Sistemleri AS
  • General Dynamics
  • Hyundai Rotem
  • Israel Military Industries
  • Iveco Defence Vehicles
  • Krauss-Maffei Wegmann
  • Kurganmashzavod JSC
  • Mitsubishi Heavy Industries
  • Navistar Defense
  • Nexter Systems
  • Oshkosh Defense
  • Otokar
  • Panhard
  • Patria
  • Renault Trucks Defense
  • Rheinmetall Landsysteme
  • Singapore Technologies Kinetics
  • Textron Marine & Land Systems
  • Thales Australia
  • Uralvagonzavod JSC

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