C-Class Parts are small and small, but are one of the most important elements of aircraft. These are among the aircraft, including the trunk, the wings, the gear assemblies, the control surfaces, the flight control operating systems, and the air draining areas near the engine.
Hardware Center Nearly half and parts of c-class components used in the aerospace industry, including fasteners, screws, bolts, nuts, rivets, springs, valves, washers, and so on. includes a wide range of highly-designed aircraft components for assembling two or more components. The bearings consist primarily of airframe control bearings, rod heads, ball bearings, needle roller bearings, bushings and precision bearings. Electronic components are mainly connectors, relays, switches, circuit breakers and illuminated products. The machined parts contain mainly brackets, milling parts, plates, stamps and turned parts.
The dynamic change in the global aircraft and defense industry has an impact on the c-class component market. For example, large OEMs, such as Boeing and Airbus, incorporate large amounts of composite material into their next-generation aircraft. Rich aircraft usually require less c-class components than conventional non-composite aircraft. The components used in next-generation aircraft are generally higher than the c-class aircraft components used in non-complex aircraft structures.
The global aviation and defense c-class component market offers a healthy growth opportunity for the 4.4% CAGR in the 2016-2021 forecast period and reached $ 12.1 billion. The most important driver of the global aviation and defense market is the growing size of commercial and regional aircraft transport, technological development and the growing aircraft and defense fleet.
Hardware components dominate the global aircraft and defense market in 2015, followed by bearings, electronic components and machined parts. North America is expected to continue to be the leader in the aerospace and defense c-class market, as it is a major player in the aerospace and defense OEMs.
The supply chain of this market is comprised of raw material producers, c-class component manufacturers, distributors, players, aircraft manufacturers and airlines. The most important distributors are Wesco Aircraft, Kellstrom Industries, Avial Services and the major aircraft manufacturers Boeing, Airbus, Comac, Bombardier, Embraer, ATR, Lockheed Martin, Cessna and Gulfstream.
Key airplane and defense c-class manufacturers are Precision Casts Parts (PCC) fasteners, Arconic fastening systems, Lisi Aerospace, RBC bearings, Stanley Black & Deker, Eaton Corporation and Amphenol Corporation. New product development, collaboration between players and OEMs, as well as long-term relationships are the key strategies adopted by major players to gain competitive advantage in the market.