An all-inclusive study of Navantia to serve varying informational needs.
Navantia is Spain’s leading military and civilian shipbuilder.
The company was created in 2005 when Izar Group was spun off as
an independent company. Navantia builds various naval vessels
including OPV, corvettes, frigates, amphibious assault ships, landing ship
docks, replenishment ships, submarines, and civilian tankers.
The company is engaged in other businesses, including:
- Ship repair, refit, and maintenance of naval vessels, cruise ships,
yachts, LNGs etc.
- Through life support
- Control and combat systems
- Diesel engines
- Turbines, naval equipment, and power generation
As a state-owned SEPI, its activity depends on the Spanish Navy's needs, which has been reducing its forces and orders mainly due to the state’s financial difficulties.
Year after year, Navantia has faced economic and treasury difficulties.
In order to overcome this situation, the company has been applying
a dynamic export and commercial strategy in over 30 countries on
all continents to guarantee a highly competitive position in the
Navantia is engaged in a diverse business strategy and in the
efficient use of its industrial facilities - in the civil naval
sector (merchant vessels) and by expanding like many other
naval shipbuilders in sectors with higher growth prospects such
as offshore and energy.
What makes this profile different:
- Chronological amplitude of the study is wider than the
“photographic” studies delivered elsewhere
- Trend monitoring and long-term prospective
- Study completeness (history, commercial policy, strategy,
technological orientations, competitive environment)
allowing broader dissemination to readers with different
sensitivities towards the company’s activity
- Large volumes of raw data processed and packaged into
a user-friendly informational report
- All-inclusive tools utilising figures, tables, and analysis
presenting a strategic panorama of the company
- Didactic presentation through illustrations and graphs
- Contextualisation and argumentation, highlighting the
impact of the company’s environment on its strategy and results