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Armored Vehicles Market in the Middle East in 2005-2012 and forecast for 2013-2016

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For IDEX-2013, which will be held from 17 to 21 in February in Abu Dhabi (UAE), TSAMTO publishes statistical material on the armored vehicles market in the Middle East.


According to the CAMTO methodology, 16 countries are included in the Middle East region: Bahrain, Egypt, Israel, Jordan, Iraq, Iran, Yemen, Qatar, Kuwait, Lebanon, UAE, Oman, Palestinian Autonomy, Saudi Arabia, Syria and Turkey.

The calculation was carried out on 7 "enlarged" categories of weapons: armored vehicles, military aircraft and UAVs, helicopters, naval equipment, missile and artillery weapons, air defense systems and the category "other weapons".

In the category of "armored vehicles" included: MBT, BMP, BMTV, BTR, BRM, armored vehicles, BREM.

Rating of countries-suppliers on the actual export of armored vehicles to the Middle East region in 2012 and for the period 2005-2012.

The category of armored vehicles for the period 2005-2012. in terms of value, arms exports to the countries of the Middle East occupy the second place - 16,039 billion dollars (16,64% of the total exports of defense products to the region), in 2012 also the second place with 2,28 billion dollars (13,53%).

The value of exports included deliveries of new armored vehicles, deliveries from the Armed Forces of the exporting countries, repairs and modernization.

First place in the export of armored vehicles to the Middle East region by period 2005-2012. with a volume of 10,033 billion dollars (62,55% of the total exports in the category of armored vehicles to countries in the region) is occupied by the United States.

Over the years, the volume of identified US exports to the Middle East by armor category was 607 million dollars in 2005 year, 1,196 billion dollars in 2006 year, 736 million dollars in 2007 year, 1,243 billion dollars in 2008 year, 1,66 billion dollars in 2009 year, 894 million dollars in 2010 year, 2,093 billion dollars in 2011 year and 1,605 billion dollars in 2012 year.

Over the past two years, the United States has further strengthened its dominant position in the armored vehicles market in the Middle East countries: in 2011, the US share in the armored vehicles market in the Middle East was 84,1%, in 2012 - 70,4%.

The second place in the export of armored vehicles to the Middle East region by period 2005-2012. with the volume of 1,702 billion dollars (10,6% of the total exports in the category of armored vehicles to countries in the region) is Canada. Closes the top three Russia - 686 million dollars (4,28%).

Places from 4 to 10, in descending order of export value, are: Israel (668 million dollars), Germany (652 million dollars), Turkey (632 million dollars), Ukraine (401 million dollars), South Africa (269 million dollars), The Netherlands (219 million dollars) and the UK (163 million dollars).

In the second ten for the export of armored vehicles to the Middle East region for the period 2005-2012. includes: Poland (127,2 million dollars), Belarus (120 million dollars), Belgium (109,8 million dollars), France (90,9 million dollars), Serbia (74,7 million dollars), Pakistan (31 million dollars), Italy (20 million dollars) , Jordan (14,8 million dollars), Greece (10 million dollars) and the Czech Republic (5 million dollars).

In general, the ranking of exporters in the category of armored vehicles in the Middle East region for the period 2005-2012. 24 countries are included.

In 2012, 10 countries exported armored vehicles to the Middle East region.

The first place according to the 2012 results is occupied by the USA - 1,605 billion dollars, the second place is occupied by Ukraine - 216 million dollars, the top three are Canada - 138 million dollars.

The ranking of countries in the Middle East on the actual import of armored vehicles in the 2012 year and for the period 2005-2012.

The category of armored vehicles for the period 2005-2012. in terms of value, imports of the countries of the Middle East occupy the second place - 16,039 billion dollars (16,64%), in the 2012 year - also the second place with the volume of 2,28 billion dollars (13,53%).

The value added to the import of new armored vehicles, imports from the Armed Forces of the exporting countries, repair and modernization.

First place for the import of armored vehicles in the Middle East region for the period 2005-2012. with a volume of 5,379 billion dollars (33,54% of the total imports by the category of armored vehicles in the region) is occupied by Iraq.

Over the years, the volume of identified imports of Iraq in the category of armored vehicles amounted to 172 million dollars in 2005 year, 625 million dollars in 2006 year, 800 million dollars in 2007 year, 847 million dollars in 2008 year, 1,444 billion dollars in 2009 year, 634 million dollars in 2010 year, 569 million in 2011 year and 288 million in 2012 year.

Second place in the import of armored vehicles in the Middle East region by period 2005-2012. With a volume of 4,324 billion dollars (26,96% of the total imports by the category of armored vehicles in the region), Saudi Arabia is ranked. Closes the top three Egypt - 2,334 billion dollars (14,55%).

Places with 4 to 10-e in descending order of the value of imports are: Turkey (1,115 billion dollars), UAE (883 million dollars), Jordan (599 million dollars), Syria (500 million dollars), Kuwait (496 million dollars), Yemen (256 million dollars) and Israel (50 million dollars).

Subsequent places on the actual volume of imports of armored vehicles for the period 2005-2012. occupy Bahrain (41,4 million dollars), Qatar (22,5 million dollars), Lebanon and Oman (for 20 million dollars).

Following 2012, Saudi Arabia ranks first in the importer rating for the armored vehicles category in the Middle East region (849 million dollars (37,2% of the total import volume of the Middle East region in this category). The second place in terms of imports of armored vehicles in 2012 was occupied by the United Arab Emirates - 2012 million dollars (474%). Closes the top three Egypt - 20,8 million dollars (341%).

Following these 2012, these three countries accounted for almost 73% of the total arms imports of the Middle East countries.

The following places in terms of the actual volume of armored vehicles imported in 2012 were: Iraq (288 million dollars), Kuwait (194 million dollars), Jordan (94,2 million dollars), Qatar (22,5 million dollars) and Turkey (16,7 million dollars).

Ranking of supplier countries for the export of armored vehicles to the Middle East region in 2013-2016.

The category of armored vehicles for the period 2013-2016. in terms of value, arms exports to the countries of the Middle East will take the fourth place - 8,594 billion dollars (8,02% of the total expected volume of exports of military equipment).

The value of exports included deliveries of new armored vehicles, deliveries from the Armed Forces of the exporting countries, repairs and upgrades (already signed contracts are taken into account, as well as tenders and declared intentions, deliveries for which, in part or in full, fall during the period under review).

First place in the export of armored vehicles to the Middle East region by period 2013-2016. with a volume of 3,039 billion dollars (35,36% of the total expected volume of exports in the category of armored vehicles to countries in the region) will take the United States.

Over the years, the volume of expected US exports to the Middle East by armor category will be 1,272 billion dollars in 2013 year, 1,323 billion dollars in 2014 year and 444 million dollars in 2015 year (orders with delivery deadlines in 2016 year not yet available).

The second place in the export of armored vehicles to the Middle East region by the period 2013-2016 with a volume of about 3 billion dollars (34,9% of the total expected export volume in the category of armored vehicles to the countries of the region) is occupied by Germany. Closes the top three category "unknown" (tenders, the result of which is not yet summarized with the estimated delivery period partially or fully in the period under review) - 1,129 billion dollars (13,1%).

Places with 4 to 10-e in descending order of the value of expected exports are: Canada (389 million dollars), Ukraine (261 million dollars), South Korea (160 million dollars), South Africa (155 million dollars), Bulgaria (150 million dollars ), France (125 million dollars) and Turkey (108 million dollars).

Currently in the rating of exporters (countries with orders) in the category of armored vehicles in the Middle East region by period 2013-2016. 12 countries are included.

In 2013, it is expected that 10 countries will export armored equipment to the Middle East region.

The first place in the 2013 year will be taken by the USA - 1,272 billion dollars, Ukraine will take the second place - 239 million dollars, and Canada will close the top three - 126 million dollars.

The ranking of countries in the Middle East on the import of armored vehicles in 2013-2016.

The category of armored vehicles for the period 2013-2016. in terms of value, arms imports from the countries of the Middle East will take the fourth place - 8,594 billion dollars (8,02% of the total expected volume of imports of defense products).

The value of imports includes new armored vehicles, imports from the Armed Forces of exporting countries, repairs and upgrades (already signed contracts are taken into account, as well as tenders and declared intentions, deliveries for which, in part or in full, fall during the period under review).

According to the beginning of January 2013, the first place in the import of armored vehicles in the Middle East region over the period 2013-2016. With a volume of 3,585 billion dollars (41,7% of the total expected volume of imports in the category of armored vehicles in the region) will take Saudi Arabia.

Over the years, Saudi Arabian’s estimated armored vehicles will be 962 million in 2013, 866 million in 2014, 924 million in 2015 and 833 million in 2016. For comparison: in 2005-2008. Saudi Arabian imports of armored vehicles totaled 1,972 billion, in 2009-2012. - 2,352 billion dollars.

Second place in the import of armored vehicles in the Middle East region by period 2013-2016. with a volume of 1,376 billion dollars (16% of the total expected volume of imports in the category of armored vehicles in the countries of the region) is Egypt. Closes the top three Qatar - 1,25 billion dollars (14,55%).

Subsequent places in descending order of the value of the expected imports are: UAE (1,069 billion dollars), Iraq (546 million dollars), Turkey (458 million dollars), Israel (200 million dollars), Jordan (72 million dollars) and Kuwait (37 million dale).

Currently in the rating of importers in the category of armored vehicles (contracts and intentions to import are taken into account) in the Middle East region over the 2013-2016 period. 9 countries are included.

In 2013, it is expected that 8 countries will import armored vehicles in the Middle East region.

Saudi Arabia will take the first place in terms of imports in the category of armored vehicles in 2013 - 962 million dollars will take the second place, Egypt will take the second place - 557 million dollars will close the top three Iraq - 308 million dollars.

More detailed material on the armored vehicles market in the Middle East has been published in the public domain in the “Current Analytical Materials” section of the TSAMTO website.

Fully statistical material on the arms market in the Middle East was published in the World Trade weapons»No. 2.
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  1. bddrus
    bddrus 13 February 2013 11: 00 New
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    We must sit very tightly on this cake so that it does not pass by !!
    1. w.ebdo.g
      w.ebdo.g 13 February 2013 11: 20 New
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      of course they need to sell equipment, but be sure to bookmark it
      to the designator "lied" to 30-50 meters (when necessary)
      especially in the UAE wink smile smile

      1. dmitreach
        dmitreach 13 February 2013 12: 42 New
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        for the mood. Our wedges in New York.
        laughing
        1. Blad_21617
          Blad_21617 13 February 2013 15: 54 New
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          It’s a pity ... this could have been built only in the Union, and now our department, in addition to 13 room apartments for all sorts of huts, cannot give the Minister of the Army roads
      2. Nechai
        Nechai 13 February 2013 13: 44 New
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        Quote: w.ebdo.g
        to the designator "lied" to 30-50 meters (when necessary)

        If at a range of 30-50m this is not enough (see the depths of the affected area), but if in the direction, then just right. Although difficult. Easier when necessary - boom and heaven.
        Selling weapons to both the Saudis and the Qatars of our weapons is a game against Russia. That is - betrayal.
  2. kotofei
    kotofei 13 February 2013 11: 19 New
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    This pie is a long time ago the estate of striped, the rest get crumbs, and then only because they lick from the mattresses! Our patrimony is the rest of the East - Syria Iran Libya (already cut off) and Iraq! And then in Iraq do not allow to get into yet!
    1. Akim
      Akim 13 February 2013 12: 09 New
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      Quote: kotofei
      Our patrimony is the rest of the East

      Let me ask you, in order to enrich knowledge, and where else besides India to the East have Russia sold armored vehicles in the past 2 years or has firm contracts?
      1. Alexander Romanov
        Alexander Romanov 13 February 2013 12: 32 New
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        Quote: Akim

        Let me ask you, in order to enrich knowledge, and where else besides India to the East have Russia sold armored vehicles in the past 2 years or has firm contracts?

        To south america
        1. Akim
          Akim 13 February 2013 12: 36 New
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          Quote: Alexander Romanov
          South America

          I know that. The topic of the article is about the East and my question is also - where is this estate? Past markets are selected by America and China.
  3. Dangerous
    Dangerous 13 February 2013 11: 34 New
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    Yes, we ourselves all profiled, Ukrainians and those ahead
  4. Russki
    Russki 13 February 2013 11: 48 New
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    I wonder what kind of armored vehicles is Canada exporting? I've never heard that Canada produces tanks.
    1. Lopatov
      Lopatov 13 February 2013 11: 53 New
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      Tanks - German
    2. Akim
      Akim 13 February 2013 12: 10 New
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      And the Canadian armored personnel carriers.
      1. Lopatov
        Lopatov 13 February 2013 12: 25 New
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        Not exactly Canadian. And not all.
  5. Apollo
    Apollo 13 February 2013 12: 10 New
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    Rosoboronexport Concludes $ 2012 Billion Contracts in 17,6, Continues Shipments to Syria

    Rosoboronexport, a Russian exporter of armaments and military equipment, is supplying air defense systems and other equipment to Syria, said Anatoly Isaykin, general director of the company.

    “Air defense systems, repair equipment for various types of armed forces are supplied by the company to Syria,” Isaikin said.

    He added that Rosoboronexport does not supply aircraft to Syria.

    In total, the amount of contracts concluded last year by Rosoboronexport amounted to $ 17,6 billion, Isaikin noted.

    “Contractual obligations (in 2012 year) worth $ 17,6 billion were concluded,” he said.

    In particular, Russia in the 2012 year concluded contracts with Iraq in the amount of $ 4,5 billion, but these agreements have not yet entered into force.

    “In total, we concluded contracts with them (Iraq) in the amount of $ 4,5 billion, while they have not yet entered into force,” Isaikin said
    http://www.gazeta.ru/business/news/2013/02/13/n_2752657.shtml
    1. Akim
      Akim 13 February 2013 12: 13 New
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      Apollo,
      In Syria, the civil war. There is a taboo on the official supply of weapons, for a year now.
      1. Botanologist
        Botanologist 13 February 2013 14: 42 New
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        There is a taboo on the official supply of weapons

        Taboo for geyropov and the United States. We did not join the embargo, we can sell anything.
  6. ruton
    ruton 13 February 2013 12: 31 New
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    Large landing ships (BDK) Kaliningrad and Alexander Shabalin, as part of a campaign in the Mediterranean Sea, delivered units of military equipment purchased by the Syrian side as part of military-technical cooperation with Russia to Tartus, a source at headquarters told the Central Naval Portal (TsVMP) Navy.

    According to the TsVMP, the export cargo was received in the holds of the BDK in Novorossiysk in mid-January along with combat groups of the Black Sea Fleet marines and airborne paratroopers of the Novorossiysk Airborne Assault Division.

    To unload export military equipment, both ships made a call to the Syrian port of Tartus, at the material and technical support point of the Russian Navy. Then, after participating in the exercises, the BDKs returned to Novorossiysk to unload the troops.

    The unloading of the landing personnel with equipment has already been made, the marines and airborne troops went to the places of permanent deployment. A few days later, after the crews rested, replenished fuel, water and food supplies, both BDKs would leave the berths of Novorossiysk and begin the transition to Baltiysk.
  7. Vladimirets
    Vladimirets 13 February 2013 13: 11 New
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    I don’t understand what, but with the current development of aviation and anti-tank equipment, do tanks have any prospects in the desert?
    1. ATATA
      ATATA 13 February 2013 13: 37 New
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      Of course. Not only the sword is developing, but also the shield.
    2. Nechai
      Nechai 13 February 2013 13: 49 New
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      Quote: Vladimirets
      With the current development of aviation and anti-tank equipment, do tanks have any prospects in the desert?

      Does the desert have any prospects for the development of air defense and missile defense?
  8. sdd23wesdg
    sdd23wesdg 13 February 2013 13: 34 New
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    The base of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of all citizens of the Russian Federation, Ukraine and other CIS countries on this http://zipurl.me/sng website and most importantly made it seem to search for lost relatives, but here is all the information about each of us: correspondence with friends, addresses, phone numbers, place of work, and what’s worst is even my exposure of the photo (I really don’t know where ...). In general, I was very scared - but there is such a function as “hide data”, of course I took advantage of it and I advise everyone not to hesitate, never mind
  9. Ural
    Ural 13 February 2013 13: 59 New
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    To sell weapons to Israel will then become clueless. laughing