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Market Publishers Ltd informs that new companies reports elaborated by Noealt Corporate Services have been recently uploaded to its catalogue.

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Market Publishers Ltd announces that new research reports on top global companies operating across various industries prepared by Noealt Corporate Services have been recently added to its catalogue.

Global Top 6 Agriculture Equipment Manufacturers - Company Dossier - 2015 - Strategies, Plans, SWOT, Trends & Overall Strategy Focus across OEMs - John Deere, CNH, AGCO, CLAAS, SAME Deutz-Fahr, Kubota. The world’s agriculture equipment industry is being driven by robust fundamentals and a booming global population.Moving forward, the industry will likely continue to experience ongoing, huge pressures on farm incomes and profitability stemming from the changed supply-side economics with record-high crop production in 2014 across major geographies; this is expected to greatly influence the sales of agricultural machinery in the short run. The report provides key insights, analysis & information on the top 6 global farm equipment manufacturers.

Global Top 6 Helicopter & Rotorcraft Manufacturers - Company Dossier - 2015 - Strategies, Plans, SWOT, Trends & Overall Strategy Focus across OEMs - Airbus Helicopters, AgustaWestland, Bell Helicopter, Boeing, Russian Helicopters, Sikorsky. The helicopters market dynamics have been complicated in the recent past, with the military helicopters segment being faced with ongoing budgetary pressures across the majority of traditional markets with new procurement activity chiefly limited to fleet replacement with preference for in-production, time tested and derivative platforms as against scratch up programmes besides constant technology development over radical, novel and next-gen platforms and programmes. The commercial helicopter segment has also been encountering difficulties recently, with total shipments of civil helicopters decreasing by 24.7% in 2014 whilst total billings recording a 7.5% YoY decline in the same year.

Global Top 7 Truck Manufacturers - Company Dossier - 2015 - Strategies, Plans, SWOT, Trends & Overall Strategy Focus across OEMs - Daimler, Volvo, MAN, Scania, PACCAR, Navistar, Iveco. Globally, the trucking industry’s growth is fuelled by strong fundamentals and sustainable demand, among others, given the essential role played by the transportation industry in economic growth and development. However, global economy’s slowdown, delay in the EU’s economic recovery, slump in the mining industry as well as moderate growth in the construction sector alongside ongoing economic challenges across the BRIC markets are posing challenges to the market’s growth. The report provides an in-depth analysis of the global trucking industry, focusing on the 7 leading companies and covering their business operations, SWOT analysis, growth opportunities, strategies and plans, potential industry trends and issues, drivers and restraints.

Comparative SWOT Framework Analysis - 2015 - World's 7 Leading Truck Manufacturers - Daimler, Volvo, MAN, Scania, PACCAR, Navistar, Iveco. The report offers a comprehensive review of the performance of the world’s top 7 truck manufacturers. It provides a bird’s-eye view of the truck industry; canvasses major and emerging trends and limelights key industry developments; examines pressing industry issues, challenges and risk factors; analyses the forces restraining and driving the industry and their overall dynamics; strategic outlook for the industry’s future development. Uncovering essential details on each of the top 6 industry players, the research study delves deep into their main strategies and plans, scrutinises their strengths and weaknesses, analyses their financial performance and includes a strategic positioning SWOT analysis for each leading player, among others.

More new research reports by the publisher can be found at Noealt Corporate Services page.

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