Global Shipbuilding Market Report: 2010 Edition

Date: August 22, 2010
Pages: 48
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Publisher: Koncept Analytics
Report type: Strategic Report
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Global Shipbuilding Market Report: 2010 Edition
The global shipbuilding industry experienced a rapid decline in new shipbuilding orders in 2009 as backlogs remained high and the global economic downturn adversely affected the demand for new ships or vessels. Since 2004, the shipbuilding industry experienced a 3 year boom in terms of new shipbuilding orders, Thereafter, the recent economic downturn lead to a decline in shipbuilding activity from 2008-2009, however it is anticipated that the shipbuilding activity would grow at a CAGR of 26% for period spanning 2010-2013.

The demand for ships may either be incremental or replacement demand. The key factors such as growth in GDP, increase in oil demand, availability of shipping finance and other factors contribute to the demand for ships. The ships can broadly be classified into three major categories- tankers, bulkers and containers, among others. The above given three segments account for two-thirds of the world shipbuilding orderbook as in 2009, followed by other carriers like LNG carriers, LPG carriers and cruise ships, among others.

Global market environment in the shipbuilding industry has undergone fundamental changes. The present shipbuilding industry is dominated by Asian countries as the industry dominance shifted from Europe towards East since the past four decades. Of the Asian nations, Korea, China and Japan hold a majority share in terms of orderbook. The largest shipbuilding companies in terms of capacity are Hyundai Heavy Industries, Daewoo Shipbuilding and Marine Engineering and Samsung Heavy Industries (all Korean). In the last five years the emerging shipbuilding nations, like India, Vietnam, Philippines and Brazil, have acquired a dominant position posing as potential threat as well as opportunity for the existing shipbuilding nations.

The challenges posed by the global economic downturn have directed the shipbuilding companies to diversify their portfolio, make strategic investments in manufacturing and technical capabilities and develop offshore facilities and eco-friendly vessels, giving them a competitive advantage, to lead the industry in the future.

The report analyzes the global shipbuilding market with focus on Europe, Korea, Japan and China. It also discusses the major growth drivers and challenges for the shipbuilding market. The report presents the competitive structure of the industry and profiles major players with a discussion of their key business strategies.

By combining SPSS Inc.’s data integration and analysis capabilities with our relevant findings, we have predicted the future growth of the industry. We employed various significant variables that have an impact on this industry and created regression models with SPSS Base to determine the future direction of the industry. Before deploying the regression model, the relationship between several independent or predictor variables and the dependent variable was analyzed using standard SPSS output, including charts, tables and tests.
1. OVERVIEW

1.1 Types of Ships
1.2 Shipbuilding Process
1.3 Ship Building Cycle

2. MARKET OVERVIEW

2.1 Global Market Structure
  New Orders
  Completions
  Order Book
  Market Breakdown by Region
2.2 Major Markets
  2.2.1 Europe Shipbuilding Market
    Market Overview
    New Orders, Completions & Order Book
  2.2.2 Korea Shipbuilding Market
    Market Overview
    New Orders, Completions & Order Book
  2.2.3 Japan Shipbuilding Market
    Market Overview
    New Orders, Completions & Order Book
  2.2.4 China Shipbuilding Market
    Market Overview
    New Orders, Completions & Order Book
  2.2.2 Emerging Shipbuilding Nations
    India
    Vietnam
    Philippines
    Brazil
2.3 Market Segments by Ship Types
  2.3.1 Tanker Market
  2.3.2 Bulker Market
  2.3.3 Container Market
  2.2.4 LPG Carrier Market
  2.3.5 LNG Carrier Market
  2.3.6 Offshore Vessel Market
  2.3.7 Other Carriers Market

3. MARKET DYNAMICS

3.1 Key Trends
  3.1.1 The Shift to the East
  3.1.2 Larger and More Sophisticated Vehicles
  3.1.3 Green Shipbuilding
3.2 Developments in Global Shipbuilding
  3.2.1 Innovative Technology and Creative Process
  3.2.2 Creating High-Value Offshore Facilities
  3.2.3 Exploring New Growth Engines
  3.2.4 Smart Ship Projects
3.3 Growth Drivers
  3.3.1 Drivers According to Demand Type
  3.3.2 Global GDP Growth
  3.3.3 Increasing Oil Demand
  3.3.4 Refining Capacity Growth
  3.3.5 Improving Global Economy and Inventory Restocking
  3.3.6 Bulker and Tanker Orders - Harbingers of a New Cycle
3.4 Major Challenges
  3.4.1 Shipbuilding Financing
  3.4.2 Rising Pressure of R&D

4. COMPETITIVE SCENARIO

4.1 Global Leaders in Shipbuilding

5. COMPANY PROFILES

5.1 Hyundai Heavy Industries Pvt. Ltd
  Company Overview
  Business Strategies
  Structural and Product Optimization
  Technology Development
  Network and Synergy Building
5.2 Samsung Heavy Industries Pvt. Ltd
  Company Overview
  Business Strategies
  New Technologies and New Products
  Leveraging Shipbuilding Expertise to Grow Wind Power
  Mega–Block Construction Method
5.3 Daewoo Shipbuilding and Marine Engineering Co., Ltd.
  Company Overview
  Business Strategies
  Business Expansion
  Development of Environmental Friendly Systems
  Explore New Opportunities in Resource-Rich Countries

6. MARKET OUTLOOK

6.1 Market Forecast
6.2 Forecast Methodology
  6.2.1 Dependent and Independent Variables
  6.2.2 Correlation Analysis
  6.2.3 Regression Analysis

LIST OF CHARTS

Global Backlog/Fleet Ratio, Jan 04 – Jan 10
Global New Orders, Completions & Order Book, 2008-2009
Global Shipbuilding Market Share, 2009 – New Orders
Global Shipbuilding Market Share, 2009 – Completions
Global Shipbuilding Market Share, 2009 – Order Book
Global Order by Ship Type, 2009
Europe Shipbuilding New Orders, Completions & Order Book, 2005-2009
Korea Shipbuilding New Orders, Completions & Order Book, 2005-2009
Japan Shipbuilding New Orders, Completions & Order Book, 2005-2009
China Export Share of Three Major Ship Types, 2009
China New Orders, Completions & Order Book, 2005-2009
India Shipyard’s Order Book, 2004-2009
Vietnam Shipyards Order Book, 2004-2009
Philippines Shipbuilding Orderbook, 2004-2009
Brazil New Orders, Completions & Order Book, 2004-2009
Global New Orders, Backlog & Deliveries of Tankers, 2000-2009
Global New Orders, Backlog & Deliveries of Bulkers, 2000-2009
Global New Orders, Backlog & Deliveries of Containers, 2000-2009
Global New Orders, Backlog & Deliveries of LPG Carriers, 2000-2009
Global New Orders, Backlog & Deliveries of LNG Carriers, 2000-2009
Global New Orders, Backlog & Deliveries of Offshore Vessels, 2000-2009
Global New Orders, Backlog & Deliveries of Other Carriers, 2000-2009
China Shipbuilding Output, 2007-2009
Comparison of World Market Share in Shipbuilding, 1985 & 2009
Annual Global Oil Demand, 2003-2010E
Refinery Capacity Additions
Early Cycle usually dominated by bulk carrier ordering
Shipping Finance vs. Annual Order Trend
Hyundai Heavy Industries Revenue, 2005-2009
Samsung Heavy Industries Revenue, 2005-2009
Daewoo Shipbuilding and Marine Engg Revenue, 2005-2009
Global New Shipbuilding Orders, 2006 – 2013F

LIST OF TABLES

Global GDP Growth by Region (2007-11E)
Competitive Advantage Offered by World Shipbuilding Companies
Korean Big-3 and Other Yards Market Share by Vessel Type
Dependent & Independent Variables (2004– 2010)
Correlation Matrix
Model Summary – Coefficient of Determination
Regression Coefficients Output
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