New Shipping Industry Reports by BMI Recently Published by MarketPublishers.com

21 Jun 2011 • by Natalie Aster
New Shipping Industry Reports by BMI Recently Published by MarketPublishers.com

LONDON - Market Publishers Ltd informs that new in-demand BMI reports on shipping industries in various countries have been added to its catalogue.

Israel Shipping Report Q3 2011. Gross tonnage handled at Haifa, Israel's largest port, will expand by 4.1% in 2011 to reach 22.72mn tonnes, BMI forecasts. At Ashdod, the second largest port, tonnage will grow 5.1% to 19.48mn tonnes. Key market and country information, including SWOT analysis, major indexes details and forecasts are presented in the report …

Chile Shipping Report Q3 2011. Chile's good macroeconomic outlook, and particularly its strong consumer story, will continue to drive container traffic at its ports. Our positive outlook for the Chilean economy remains in place, and we continue to expect strong real GDP growth of 5.4% in 2011 and 4.2% in 2012. The report offers a deep insight into the industry and provides key understanding of this segment …

Estonia Shipping Report Q3 2011. The outlook for the Estonian ports and shipping sector in 2011 is positive. The Port of Tallinn remains one of the key facilities in the Baltic, and a combination of ongoing GDP recovery together with dynamic trade with Estonia's Scandinavian and Baltic neighbours should maintain freight transport demand on a reasonable growth curve. More details on this industry and its SWOT analysis are revied in the report …

Romania Shipping Report Q3 2011. 2011 port of Constantza tonnage throughput forecast to grow 13%; over the mid-term we project a 50% increase. It is set to continue seeing growth in total tonnage throughput and a return to increase in box volumes in 2011 after demonstrating positive signs of recovery in 2010. The study provides for deep and insightful understanding of this industry …

Singapore Shipping Report Q3 2011. Rising wages, a low unemployment rate and a stronger currency will spur private consumption growth in Singapore in 2011. On the external front, it is believed that demand will be buoyed by our improved outlook for the US and China. Key projections, market metrics, industry SWOT analysis is provided in the study …

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