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World Marine Freight Industry Analysed by MarketLine in Topical Study Published at MarketPublishers.com

24 Feb 2014 • by Natalie Aster

LONDON – During 2008-2012, the worldwide marine freight market registered a 0.8% CAGR, and in 2012, it had over USD 410.6 billion in revenue. During the same period, the sea segment stood out as the most attractive and lucrative one, generating just over USD 298 billion in revenue, which equaled to approximately 72.5% of the sector’s total value.

As the years go by, the performance of the overall marine freight market will likely improve, recording a CAGR of just over 4.5% through to 2017. By the end of the forecast period, the market is forecast to be worth USD 513.8 billion.

Topical market research study “Marine Freight: Global Industry Guide” prepared by MarketLine provides an in-depth guide to the world marine freight market.

The report presents comprehensive and unbiased qualitative and quantitative assessment of the global marine freight market’s historical and current performance, provides demand/supply statistics, and offers a market assessment of the geography and category level. It examines the major market segments, presents the key forces driving and limiting the growth in the sector, analyses the binning industry trends and issues, and casts light on the macroeconomic situation. The study covers Porter’s five forces analysis, examines the competitive scene and reviews the top market participants, detailing their business operations and financial activity. Additionally, the report also contains extensive market forecasts to 2017. 

Report Details:

Marine Freight: Global Industry Guide
Published: January, 2014
Pages: 253
Price: US$ 1,495.00

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