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  • Insights on a potential manufacturing resurgence in the US: PwC
    giving US manufacturing a boost through significant cost savings and job creation Shale energy A potential game changer Implications for the US transportation logistics industry Transportation and logistics T L companies in the US are being impacted by the shale energy revolution The T L industry is essential to the movement of people and equipment to the shale fields and the transportation of shale oil and gas from the fields to processing plants This paper highlights the implications of shale energy for different segments of the T L industry Shale Gas New conventions for unconventional development for the engineering and construction industry To support the demand for shale gas production oil and gas companies are developing thousands of horizontal drilling and hydraulic fracturing well sites posing a challenge to existing business models Engineering and construction and oil and gas companies are reviewing the value chain to find new ways to meet the demand Shale gas A renaissance in US manufacturing A PwC analysis finds that full scale and robust shale gas development through 2025 could yield a number of potential benefits for the industrial manufacturing chemicals and metals industries A homecoming for US manufacturing Why a resurgence in US manufacturing may be the next big bet 10Minutes on US manufacturing resurgence Signs point to a potential surge in domestic manufacturing and US companies are carefully watching seven key factors that are impacting the trend They also need to consider what a potential move or expansion of manufacturing facilities to the US could mean for all aspects of their business Shale gas Reshaping the US Chemicals industry Advances in horizontal drilling and fractionation of shale gas basins in North America are altering the chemicals industry value chain In this analysis we examine the immediate and longer term effects on the chemicals

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  • Changes and developments in tax regulations and policies that affect industrial products and services companies: PwC
    expansion and increased operational efficiencies Meanwhile there is considerable pressure to increase the effectiveness of their departments through innovative processes and the use of technologies Further with many countries vying for investment capital as well as tax revenue tax executives are carefully monitoring evolving tax policy and legislation as well as regulatory and political issues to maximize incentives and related opportunities As you navigate these complex issues and accelerated changes we are committed to serving as an ongoing resource that you can rely on Review our tax videos and publications below for related insights Resources to explore Publications Assessing tax 2015 Tax rate benchmarking can be an enormously valuable tool for tax executives determined to generate greater value from their tax departments Assessing tax 2015 not only provides peer group comparisons for improvement in planning and shaping the tax function it helps you to gain meaningful insight into sector trends to support business growth PwC 2015 Tax Policy Outlook Opportunities and challenges ahead The key question for US tax policymakers is whether 2015 will be marked by compromise or gridlock President Obama and Republican Congressional leaders have identified tax reform as a priority issue on which agreement could be possible At the same time differences between the two political parties over many issues will pose challenges for the enactment of significant legislation Paying Taxes 2015 The US at a glance The Internal Revenue Service IRS wants to make it easier for US taxpayers to pay their proper federal tax liability and achieve great tax compliance But is it happening 2014 Assessing Tax Assessing Tax 2014 provides a detailed analysis of tax rate metrics for 324 companies and highlights tax trends for the industrial product industry Tax technology Creating a strategic asset PwC and the Manufacturers Alliance for Productivity and Innovation

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  • Read PwC’s publications focused on business trends, strategic issues, challenges and opportunities facing companies in the industrial products industries
    global energy markets It s also giving US manufacturing a boost through significant cost savings and job creation according to a PwC analysis The new hire How a new generation of robots is transforming manufacturing Robotics is already showing its potential to change America s factory floor however as manufacturers benefit from adding robots to their lines they also face challenges of the new era of robot human collaboration Successful Capital Projects The integrated Risk Framework Large scale and mega projects are more closely scrutinized today than ever before To rein in costs and chart a path to success leading companies are employing sound methodologies that guide decision making from project start to finish In depth Revenue standard is final A comprehensive look at the new model The FASB and IASB have issued their long awaited converged standard on revenue recognition how will you be affected Accompanying this In depth are industry specific supplements with examples and further insights into ways entities within the industry are likely to be affected by the revenue standard Aviation Perspectives The impact of mega mergers a new foundation for the US airline industry What impact do commercial airline mega mergers have on fares operations and the customer experience Our latest report includes analyses of operational improvements fares and the customer experience with a discussion of the implications of mega mergers on the future of the airline industry FASB IASB revenue recognition convergence Engineering construction industry supplement The Financial Accounting Standards Board FASB and International Accounting Standards Board IASB issued a converged standard on revenue recognition This supplement highlights some of the areas that could create the most significant challenges for engineering and construction entities as they transition to the new standard Assessing tax 2014 tax rate benchmarking study for industrial products and automotive sectors PwC s annual issue of Assessing Tax provides a detailed analysis of tax rate metrics for 324 companies and highlights tax trends for aerospace and defense automotive chemicals engineering and construction industrial manufacturing and metals and transportation and logistics companies This issue includes a special report on the surge in international tax controversy Using innovation to drive sustainable growth in the chemicals industry Chemical company executives who responded to a PwC survey on innovation and growth said that innovation is an important part of their company culture but less than two thirds said that they have a clearly defined innovation strategy Gaining Altitude with PwC Issue 9 Twelve considerations for suppliers to profitably produce sensitive mission program products with asymmetrical demand manufacturers Sensitive mission programs require customized defense technologies to support time sensitive mission needs pressuring the industry to remain profitable on small product runs Aerospace and defense companies should identify opportunities that meet sensitive mission program requirements with symmetrical and atypical demand Rethinking innovation in industrial manufacturing Are you up for the challenge What impact does innovation have on for industrial manufacturing company growth How are leading companies making innovation work for their organizations PwC surveyed 249 industrial manufacturing companies across 20 countries to provide insights into these questions Aviation Perspectives The impact of mega mergers a new foundation for the US airline industry What impact do commercial airline mega mergers have on fares operations and the customer experience Our latest report includes analyses of operational improvements fares and the customer experience with a discussion of the implications of mega mergers on the future of the airline industry Aviation perspectives Airline mega merger impact on the US domestic airline industry PwC analyzed average US domestic airfares in 2005 to compare how they have changed in relation to labor costs and fuel costs to measure the impact of these economic indicators against an airline company s financial performance Shale Gas New conventions for unconventional development for the engineering and construction industry Part 2 This second publication of our 3 part series shows how engineering construction companies can align operating expenses capital investment and resources across development and production for greater returns in shale well development Aviation s second golden age Can the US aircraft industry maintain leadership The US commercial aircraft industry is at a crossroads While it sees spiking demand for its aircraft it also grapples with issues that need to resolved to ensure its spot as a global leader including meet talent needs unleashing a new wave of innovation and establishing a wider global footprint Off the radar Managing through inflation While inflation is not a serious threat right now it s invariably part of the boom and bust cycle of our economy PwC looked at three potential scenarios that could trigger inflation and the possible effects they could have on industrial products companies Strategic inventory management The systematic approach to managing inventory Many companies have improved manufacturing efficiency via Lean techniques but they struggle with excessive inventory insufficient inventory of critical parts and unreliable supply chains PwC offers a systematic approach to identify and solve inventory issues Shale energy A potential game changer Implications for the US transportation logistics industry Transportation and logistics T L companies in the US are being impacted by the shale energy revolution The T L industry is essential to the movement of people and equipment to the shale fields and the transportation of shale oil and gas from the fields to processing plants This paper highlights the implications of shale energy for different segments of the T L industry Experience Radar Lessons learned from the Airline industry Airline customers have raised their expectations around seating packages staff interactions priority treatment requiring airlines to think more like retailers and less like a mode of transportation amid rising operating costs PwC s Experience Radar can help point the way to value and profits by uniquely identifying ways to better serve the ever changing demands of air passengers Shale Gas New conventions for unconventional development for the engineering and construction industry Part 1 To support the demand for shale gas production oil and gas companies are developing thousands of horizontal drilling and hydraulic fracturing well

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  • Industrial Products leaders for the US: PwC
    Video library 10Minutes Center for Technology and Innovation Financial Services Institute Technology Institute Health Research Institute Center for Board Governance PwC s Investor Resource Institute Point of view View CFOdirect About us Alumni Alliances Awards Corporate responsibility Diversity Our global site Press room Video library Careers PwC Open University United States International PwC Sites Commonly visited PwC sites Global Australia Brazil Canada China Hong Kong France Germany India Italy Japan Mexico Middle East Netherlands Russia Singapore South Africa South Korea Spain Sweden Switzerland United Kingdom United States Complete list of PwC territory sites US Industrial Products leadership Learn about and connect with PwC s US Industrial Products practice and industry leaders US Industrial Products practice leaders Robert W McCutcheon US Industrial products industry leader Tel 1 412 355 2935 See full profile Michael Burak US and global Industrial Products tax leader Tel 1 973 236 4459 See full profile Jeff Sorensen US Industrial Products assurance leader Tel 1 412 316 2365 See full profile Bob Pethick US Industrial Products business advisory leader Tel 1 313 394 3016 See full profile Industrial Products sector leadership Aerospace Defense Business Professional Services Chemicals Engineering Construction Forest Paper Packaging Industrial manufacturing Metals Transportation logistics

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  • US Industrial Products quarterly aerospace & defense industry M&A analysis archive
    10Minutes Center for Technology and Innovation Financial Services Institute Technology Institute Health Research Institute Center for Board Governance PwC s Investor Resource Institute Point of view View CFOdirect About us Alumni Alliances Awards Corporate responsibility Diversity Our global site Press room Video library Careers PwC Open University United States International PwC Sites Commonly visited PwC sites Global Australia Brazil Canada China Hong Kong France Germany India Italy Japan Mexico Middle East Netherlands Russia Singapore South Africa South Korea Spain Sweden Switzerland United Kingdom United States Complete list of PwC territory sites Mission control archive Mission control Q3 2015 Mission control Q2 2015 Mission control Q1 2015 Mission control Q4 2014 Mission control Q3 2014 Mission control Q2 2014 Mission control Q1 2014 Mission control Q4 2013 Mission control Q3 2013 Mission control Q2 2013 Mission control Q1 2013 Mission control Q4 2012 Mission control Q3 2012 Mission control Q2 2012 Mission control Q1 2012 Industrial Products Aerospace and defense Business professional services Chemicals Engineering construction Forest paper packaging Industrial manufacturing Metals Transportation logistics Airlines and airports Industrial insights blog Industry issues Manufacturing resurgence Navigating tax Supply Chain Industrial Products publications Industrial Products leadership Connect with us and our ideas everyday

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  • Aerospace, Defence & Security: 2013-Aerospace-Top-100- PwC: PwC
    Review Our leadership team Code of conduct Corporate responsibility Network governance Our contribution to the debate Genesis Park Diversity and inclusion Analyst relations Alumni Member firms worldwide Live events and discussions Strategy Research insights View featured Browse by issue Browse by industry Browse by service Monthly highlights Spotlight The CEO agenda CEO insights blog Careers About PwC Technology careers Employer of choice Our history PwC Professional Employability Aspire to lead PwC s series on leadership and gender equality Country job search Explore careers with Strategy Press room Facts and figures Press contacts Analyst relations Global International PwC Sites Commonly visited PwC sites Global Australia Brazil Canada China Hong Kong France Germany India Italy Japan Mexico Middle East Netherlands Russia Singapore South Africa South Korea Spain Sweden Switzerland United Kingdom United States Complete list of PwC territory sites Aerospace Top 100 special report 2013 Industry returns to profitable growth Download Our annual review ranks the top 100 Aerospace companies by revenues and profitability This year we re seeing that profits for the Top 100 companies are up by over 6 over 2011 Average margins of 9 4 the industry is levelling off at a higher level of profitability than a decade ago reflecting the rewards of cost controls brought in during the recession This increased profitability also reflects consolidation in the industry enabling an increasing number of smaller but more profitable new entrants to join the ranks of the Top 100 This is the 16th year we have compiled the data analysing trends ranking growth and profit data right across the Aerospace sector It is the first year that Chinese and Russian companies have joined the rankings with AVIC of China making both the revenue Top 40 and growth Top 10 Aerospace defence security Publications AD S insights Download the report

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  • Aerospace and defense: Aviation finance: Fasten your seatbelts: PwC
    and discussions Strategy Research insights View featured Browse by issue Browse by industry Browse by service Monthly highlights Spotlight The CEO agenda CEO insights blog Careers About PwC Technology careers Employer of choice Our history PwC Professional Employability Aspire to lead PwC s series on leadership and gender equality Country job search Explore careers with Strategy Press room Facts and figures Press contacts Analyst relations Global International PwC Sites Commonly visited PwC sites Global Australia Brazil Canada China Hong Kong France Germany India Italy Japan Mexico Middle East Netherlands Russia Singapore South Africa South Korea Spain Sweden Switzerland United Kingdom United States Complete list of PwC territory sites Aviation finance Fasten your seatbelts Download Aviation financing is a hot topic and likely to remain so over the coming years as the demand for financing deliveries of new aircraft peaks at a time when long term financing becomes unattractive for some of the incumbent banks On the one hand record order books of aircraft manufacturers reflect a period of strong orders buoyed by both new aircraft types and strong demand in the emerging markets On the other there are a number of headwinds in the aircraft finance market which may make these orders more difficult to finance and potentially more expensive The ongoing global economic uncertainty the European Sovereign debt crisis the recent downgrading of several European banks and increased difficulty of accessing US dollar funding has raised funding pressure A number of predominantly European banks who have historically played a key role are retracting from the market This is causing tensions in the funding market which have been heightened by the ongoing bank deleveraging process which in part reflects the impact of new regulations such as Basel III Conversely in tough economic times and a low interest rate environment attractive

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  • Aerospace top company performers in commerical aircraft, defence and aero engines sectors: Aerospace & defence: PwC
    in the industry and ranks the top 100 Aerospace companies by revenues and profitability The main sector trend we ve noticed this year is the beginning of a sharp difference in the outlook for companies supplying civil programmes and those reliant on military sales While commercial manufacturers have strong order books the industry needs to recognise that the current round of military spending cuts is not a cyclical budget squeeze that will be reversed in time To offset reductions in defence spending many companies are moving in to the cyber security market typically by buying specialist companies in the sector Explore the data from the report Revenue and profit growth of the Aerospace Top 100 2005 2011 Aerospace defense security Top 100 Top 20 by operating margin 2011 Aerospace defense security Top 100 Top 20 by operating margin 2011 Rank by margin Rank by sales Company Operating margin 1 55 TransDigm Group 40 4 2 23 Precision Castparts 25 2 3 35 Hindustan Aeronautics 21 7 4 96 Martin Baker 20 6 5 83 FLIR Systems 20 3 6 94 Garmin 20 1 7 70 Amphenol 19 1 8 72 Heico 18 1 9 43 Meggitt 18 0 10 22 Rockwell Collins 17 6 11 39 B E Aerospace 17 5 12 60 Ultra Electronics 16 7 13 47 CAE 16 6 14 18 Goodrich 16 5 15 25 Harris 16 4 16 30 Triumph Group 15 1 17 14 Honeywell International 14 7 18 79 Firth Rixson 14 6 19 87 SKF 14 5 20 58 Chemring 14 4 NOTE Where possible margin is for aerospace operations only SOURCE PwC Top 20 by sales growth Aerospace defense security Top 100 Top 20 by sales growth Rank by Growth Rank by sales Sales growth 1 55 TransDigm 45 7 2

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