Global Shipbuilding Market Performance Examined & Forecast by Koncept Analytics in New Report Published at

19 May 2016 • by Natalie Aster

LONDON – Shipbuilding is recognised as one of the oldest, highly competitive and most open markets worldwide. Presently, major shipbuilding units are located in the APAC region, particularly in China, South Korea and Japan; large shipyards also exist in many other countries. Despite vast experience in surviving ups-and-downs of economy, the shipbuilding industry has been severely affected by the latest global crisis. The industry requires unstinting support from government and also stable political environment.

Noteworthy trends witnessed in the shipbuilding marketplace include green technologies, ship launching airbags, advanced outfitting, LNG fueled engines as well as wind and solar powered ships, among other trends. 

Growth in the world shipbuilding market is driven by enhancing urbanization, continuous economic growth, global seaborne trade and surge in the worldwide steel production. At the same time, the market growth could be hindered by such factors as intensifying competitive pressures, changing environmental regulations and also financial and political instability.

New research publication “Global Shipbuilding Market Report: 2016 Edition” worked out by Koncept Analytics offers an unbiased analysis of the global shipbuilding market scenario, uncovering reliable data on the performance of the major geographical markets. It delves deep into the market dynamics, includes tan insightful overview of the key market growth drivers, challenges, opportunities and restraints. Moreover, competitive landscape is carefully analysed in the report along with the hottest industry issues. Profiles of top players active in the market are also available here. Future forecasts for the world shipbuilding market are disclosed in the report.

More new insightful research studies by our partner can be found at Koncept Analytics page.


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