Shipping Industry Set for Soaring Development in China, Forecasts ASKCI Consulting in New Report Available at MarketPublishers.com28 Feb 2017 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – Shipping remains the most economical choice when it comes to transporting large-tonnage cargos to long distances. The shipping industry is closely connected to the state of the world’s economy.
As of 2015, there were around 166,000 ships through the nation in China. The number dropped 3.5% if compared to 2014, but the net deadweight grew by approximately 6%.
The shipping cargo volume surpassed the 6.1 million tonnes mark in 2015 (up by around 3% from 2014). In January-October 2016, the shipping cargo volume rose to 5.2 billion, an increase by 2.6% YoY.
In 2015, however, the shipping passenger volume was over 270 million persons in the country, up by 2014. In January-October 2016, it reached 233 million, an increase by 0.1% YoY.
The Chinese shipping industry is set for the soaring development in the near term thanks to national policies. The country’s shipping volume has recently overcome the 6.2 billion tonnes.
New research report “Market Analysis of Shipping Industry in China 2016-2021 Proposal” drawn up by ASKCI Consulting offers a comprehensive discussion of the Chinese shipping industry. The study starts with an all-round overview of this industry. It sheds light on the current development state of the industry.
The report throws light on industries related to this industry. The research study proceeds with a discussion of the competitive landscape. It covers such companies as Ningbo Marine Group Co., China Ocean Shipping Lines Co., Ever Harvest Group Holdings Limited, and more.
The research report scrutinizes prospects that the electronic connectors industry has in China. The study also contains forecasts as well as strategic recommendations.
Other Chinese Industries and Markets Examined by ASKCI Consulting Include:
- Venture Capital of Electric Vehicle Industry
- 2 - naphthol Industry
- Industrial Ammonium Chloride
- Automotive Lighting Industry
More new reports by our partner are available at its page.