Moorestown, NJ, May 08, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- The Lucentra Corporation, an international consulting firm that specializes in helping businesses expand, has been revitalizing its service areas to upgrade the amount of information offered to clients. Each section discusses trends and factors that can alter the market for a product, among a slew of other things. Last week, Lucentra began revitalizing its agricultural products section and now the company has turned to the aircrafts and air parts section.
Revitalization of these service areas, which is partly due to the integration of KDBM International, is meant to give clients a better understanding of whichever markets they hope to expand into. The Lucentra Corporation works to provide quality information that should help clients decide whether the entering the market of choice will be a positive endeavor or a possibly risky venture.
There are two parts to the aircraft and air parts segment, both of which Lucentra touches on to help clients determine which sector would each company would best fit into. The segment discusses civil and military aerospace sectors, as well as economic opportunities other countries have for the market. Both civil and military aerospace sectors include part manufacturers, maintenance, repair and overhaul, and sectors dealing with space.
Lucentra’s service areas also focus on supplying information regarding which countries are best for market expansion. While Europe and the U.S. are largely responsible for the aircraft and air parts market, a number of other countries are undergoing changes that could better their aircraft markets. One of the trends Lucentra aims to discuss is in what ways these countries are changing and if they will truly be sustainable markets.
This is a constantly developing market in so many ways. As such, Lucentra will be including a blog that will be connected to the main aviation segment page sometime in the next couple of months. The purpose of the blog is to give clients the most up to date information on a daily basis so when changes and trends do occur, clients will be in the know.
A total of 22 market segments will be revitalized, week-by-week, followed by a revitalization of 15 service regions. Each segment will include a blog to give clients access to new information daily. Next week, Lucentra will be revitalizing its apparel and textiles service area, which currently has a blog up and running.
Ms. Danielle Steffenhagen,
Director of Public Relations,