Aerospace, Defense and Security Industry Mergers and Acquisitions Deals by Top Themes in Q2 2022 – Thematic Research

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The aerospace, defense and security (ADS) sector M&A deal value in Q2 2022 recorded steady growth, with 76 deals accounting for a value of $1 billion, just a minor increase from the previous quarter.

The aerospace, defense and security sector M&A deals report provides a detailed analysis of M&A deals based on deal volume and value. This report analyzes the themes that have driven M&A activity in Q2 2022 in the ADS Sector. This report’s timeframe covers all deals announced between January 1, 2018, and June 30, 2022.

Aerospace, Defense and Security Industry Mergers and Acquisitions Deals in Q2 2022 - Top Themes

The top themes driving key global M&A deals in the ADS sector in Q2 2022 were space systems and advanced materials among others.

Space Systems: Space systems allow for more timely, accurate intelligence and communication which is the lifeblood of military operations. Space-based capabilities are increasingly essential, and companies and countries will be at a major disadvantage without them.

Advanced Materials: Advanced materials have the potential to change military missions’ operational capabilities by increasing both lethality and defense, but also efficiency in the manufacturing of military equipment.

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Aerospace, Defense and Security Industry Mergers and Acquisitions Deals in Q2 2022 – Regional Outlook

The M&A deals in the ADS industry’s regional segments include North America, Europe, China, South & Central America, the Middle East & Africa, and the Asia-Pacific, excluding China. All regions except China reported a QoQ decrease in deal value in Q2 2022.

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Aerospace, Defense and Security Industry Mergers and Acquisitions Deals in Q2 2022 – Sectoral Analysis

The M&A deals in the ADS industry are segmented into two sectors: public & private and domestic & cross-border. Private companies’ acquisitions continued to dominate in terms of deal value and volume in Q2 2022. Likewise, domestic deals continued to dominate acquisitions activity in the ADS sector in Q2 2022.

The M&A deals in the ADS industry are further segregated into sub-sectors, which include aerospace, C4ISR & electronic warfare, simulation & training, infrastructure, logistics & support, weaponry, maritime, unmanned, homeland security, soldier systems and land. Aerospace recorded the highest M&A deal value in H1 2022. In terms of deal volume, the aerospace sub-sector recorded the highest in the ADS sector in the first half of 2022.

Aerospace, Defense and Security Industry Mergers and Acquisitions Deals in Q2 2022 - Notable Deals

  • Bombay Cycle & Motor Agency, a company engaged in automobile sales and service, and hospitality, acquired a stake in Walchand Sun Advanced Composites, a manufacturer of critical sub-assemblies of missiles and space launch vehicles using composites materials.
  • Precious Payload acquired HOSTmi, a German space tech company to enhance its tools and other smart solutions to lead joint projects and strengthen existing HOSTmi services.
  • Impro Precision Industries Limited, has agreed to acquire entire stake in Foshan Ameriforge Manufacturing Technology which focuses on manufacturing, testing, assembling and special processing of high-precision and high-complexity, mission critical parts and assemblies for end markets such as commercial aircrafts, industrial gas turbines and oil and gas equipment.
  • Latecoere, a France-based company specializes in the manufacturing and marketing of structures for the aeronautics sector has agreed to acquire 100% stake in Avcorp, a Canada-based aerospace manufacturing company.

Aerospace, Defense and Security Industry Mergers and Acquisitions Deals in Q2 2022 – Key Players

The key players in the ADS industry M&A deals in Q2 2022 are Kaman, Karman Space & Defense, Impro Aerotek, Kratos Defense & Security Solutions, Extant Aerospace, Precious Payload and CPI among others.

Aerospace, Defense and Security Industry Mergers and Acquisitions Deals in Q2 2022 - Overview

M&A Deal Value $1 billion
Top Themes Space Systems and Advanced Materials
Top Regions North America, Europe, China, South & Central America, Middle East & Africa and the Asia-Pacific, excluding China
Top Sectors Public & Private, Domestic & Cross-border
Top Sub-Sectors Aerospace, C4ISR & Electronic Warfare, Simulation & Training, Infrastructure, Logistics & Support, Weaponry, Maritime, Unmanned, Homeland Security, Soldier Systems and Land
Key Players Kaman, Karman Space & Defense, Impro Aerotek, Kratos Defense & Security Solutions, Extant Aerospace, Precious Payload and CPI

Reasons to Buy

  • Companies who invest in the right themes become success stories; those who miss the big themes end up as failures. If you want to understand the themes that drive an industry, simply look at the list of recent mergers and acquisitions (M&A).
  • In this report we have listed down the most notable deals in Aerospace, Defense and Security sector to make it easy for our clients to get a view of themes disrupting the sector and prepare for the future.

Key Players

Kaman

Leonardo

Karman Space & Defense

Impro Aerotek

Kratos Defense & Security Solutions

Extant Aerospace

Precious Payload

CPI

Cadre

Latecoere

Textron Aviation

Novaria

TTM Technologies

CTS

Accurus Aerospace

ConstellR

Airbus

ASDAM

QinetiQ

Bombay Cycle & Motor Agency

Near Earth Autonomy

RADA Electronic Industries

Karman Space & Defense

Foshan Ameriforge Manufacturing Technology

Southern Research

Astronautics Corporation of America

HOSTmi

AdamWorks

Cyalume Technologies

Avcorp Industries

Mistequay Group

FMi Chemical

Telephonics

Meggitt

Ferroperm Piezoceramics

Ferra

ScanWorld

DSI Informationstechnik

RUAG Australia

TP Group

Walchand Sun Advanced Composites

Table of Contents

Executive Summary

Review of global ADS M&A deals in Q2 2022

Themes driving global ADS M&A deals in Q2 2022

Appendix 1: Deal selection criteria

Appendix 2: Our thematic research methodology

Frequently Asked Questions

The ADS sector M&A in Q2 2022 was 76 deals for a value of $1 billion.

The top themes of the ADS industry M&A Deals in Q2 2022 were space systems and advanced materials among others.

The ADS industry is segmented into North America, Europe, China, South & Central America, the Middle East & Africa, and the Asia-Pacific, excluding China.

The sectors in the ADS industry M&A deals are public & private and domestic & cross-border based on sectors.

The sub-sectors in the ADS industry M&A deals are aerospace, C4ISR & electronic warfare, simulation & training, infrastructure, logistics & support, weaponry, maritime, unmanned, homeland security, soldier systems and land.

The key players in the ADS industry M&A Deals in 2022 are Kaman, Karman Space & Defense, Impro Aerotek, Kratos Defense & Security Solutions, Extant Aerospace, Precious Payload and CPI.

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