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AMI International distinguishes itself through the hands-on assistance provided to sales and marketing individuals worldwide. AMI has performed hundreds of market assessments, competitive analyses, and capture strategies for the leading naval industrial companies of the world.

AMI International provides advisory services to our worldwide clients for a variety of needs. Our primary focus in our assignments is to assist our clients in improving their "relative competitive position" either on a future program or in a market segment.

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Why AMI?

Proven Edge in the Global Naval Market - AMI International is the leader in naval industrial analysis for the defense industry and governments worldwide.

Offering Superior Products and Services - Our online market intelligence and advisory services deliver actionable insights and details necessary to address the complex and evolving naval market.

Team with Unmatched Professional Expertise - Career Naval Service Veterans; Global Industry Leaders; Senior Advisory Group.

AMI has been assisting naval industry and governments in their international projects since 1984.

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AMI offers a wide range of advisory services, including:

  • Focused naval market assessments
  • Comparative assessments for ships, systems and designs
  • Technology assessments
  • Competitor and teaming assessments
  • Business unit and product line strategy
  • Capture strategies
  • Bid and proposal preparation, review and critique
  • Future and adjacent market studies
  • WNPR
  • ESDB
  • WMSO
  • NSPD

Assisting naval industry and governments in their international projects since 1984.

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European Naval Shipbuilding and Market Outlook

The dramatic changes in Europe's security environment due to the war in Ukraine continue to reshape all aspects of military planning and expenditure in the region. While much attention has been focused on the impact of the Ukraine conflict in the ground and air domains, it has also affected naval programmes and infrastructure in Europe. This article explores regional naval shipyard and construction trends and developments across three regions in Europe. It concludes with a brief consideration of longer term trends and implications for naval industry in Europe as the continent's security situation continues to change. We draw our data from AMI International's proprietary content used in their naval market forecasting products.

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The MJLGEM Programme: Turkish Naval Procurement and Exports

Turkey's MILGEM programme represents a significant accomplishment in that country's sustained effort to become a designer, builder and exporter of advanced naval warships. The MILGEM's programme history highlights how Turkey has built on the initial domestic customer base for MILGEM corvettes to expand into the export market; a proven business model used by many other naval shipbuilders to add to revenue and market share, while reducing the cost of domestic construction programmes. Further, the MILGEM programme's initial objective to establish a partnership of Turkish government and industry that would prove capable of advancing to more complex frigate and destroyer designs appears to be on track. This is evidenced by the commencement of the MILGEM G, a small frigate design evolved from the initial MILGEM corvette, as well as the prospect of the TF 2000 destroyer programme.

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European Submarine Requirements, Resources and Programmes

Europe can be rightly considered a 'home' for submarine forces. The history of submarine design, construction and operations is deeply rooted in the European naval experience of the 20th century.

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