For the investment specialists of Rivoli Group AG, the aviation market represents a fascinating environment that offers long-term potential for sustainable development. During the process of globalization, the international exchange of goods as well as travel have increased considerably. This is a process which will continue with emerging markets catching up in the future.
Positive forecasts for efficient business processes
Forecasts on global economic growth show that an increase of passenger numbers by 4.8% per year is expected under these conditions. Based on this forecast, about 31 400 new aircraft will be needed with capacities of more than 100 passengers each by the year 2033.
This increased volume of passengers and freight provides growth for the industry, but it also presents some challenges that need to be addressed.
In this market development, Rivoli Group AG sees attractive challenges with high revenue opportunities. Our interdisciplinary team has extensive expertise in project management as well as basic technological know-how. With our consulting approach, based on the efficient use of resources, we focus on continuous optimization of all business processes.
Developing new markets and market-oriented products
In this context, it is recommended to strengthen the focus of innovation activities on developing new and additional markets abroad and to develop and offer specific market-oriented products. In addition, specialising in complex products, services, and processes strengthens the competitive position compared to large, foreign and, above all, financially strong suppliers.
Versatile challenges for people and machines
Aircraft construction requires a high degree of technology and innovation, a very highly qualified workforce, long development and production times, and an intensive use of capital. In addition, regular maintenance of the aircraft and system optimizations are necessary. Therefore, the aerospace industry is concentrated in a few regions and countries around the world. Despite this concentration, all companies in the aviation industry face specific challenges. As a result, suppliers are trying to cope not only with the rapidly global and increasingly complex supply chain, but also must ensure their international competitiveness at the same time.
Focusing on environmentally friendly technologies
Aircraft of the future should operate at a lower cost. At the same time, the impact on the environment must be drastically reduced. For the aircraft industry, this means combining new technologies, materials, and design methods with tried and tested concepts from the past – and with a consistently high technical quality. To achieve these goals, it is necessary to invest heavily in development.