SURFEO’S TEAM WISHES YOU A LOT OF SUCCESS IN 2019. OUR MARKET GLOBAL PERSPECTIVES ARE GOOD FOR BOTH AEROSPACE & DEFENSE MARKET. LET’S BE A PART OF THE STORY.
2018 have been a good year for Aerospace and Surfeo. New teams created, new accounts acquired meaning more synergies, more occasions to meet customers, new paths to follow, always more professionalism and expertise to the entire Aerospace supply chain.In 2018, Surfeo adapted its offer to better match clients' expectations! The market is worldwide, be global with our new offers developing your sales and presence is now a must do. We’re now able to help and drive you through your development at any phase of maturity of your business.
To keep this high-level of performance. Surfeo must grow up and to hire, this year, new teams in order to be on line with the company development and the missions entrusted by its clients. In 2018, Surfeo also confirms its footprint growth with Europe and America. Since 2017 we cover America and raise our customer business over this territory.In 2018, the global aerospace and defense (A&D) industry recuperated and experienced a solid year as passenger travel demand strengthened and global military expenditure continued to rise.
The industry is expected to continue its growth trajectory in 2019, led by growing commercial aircraft production and strong defense spending. In the commercial aerospace sector, aircraft order backlog remains at an all-time high2 as demand for next-generation, fuel-efficient aircraft continues to surge with the rise in oil prices. With the aircraft backlog at its peak, manufacturers are expected to ramp up production rates, hence, driving growth in the sector. However, manufacturers could experience supply chain interruptions as some suppliers may struggle to increase production to keep up with the growing backlog.
In the defense sector, heightened global tensions and geopolitical risks, recovery in the US defense budget, and higher defense spending by other major regional powers such as China, India, France, UK and Japan are expected to drive global defense sector growth in 2019 and beyond* Alex Roman: Alex.firstname.lastname@example.org+33(1) 55 17 14 73 +33(6) 58 34 13 33*Deloitte