Global Shipbuilding Industry

Date: October 22, 2010
Pages: 36
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Global Shipbuilding Industry
Executive Summary

The year 2009 proved to be tough for shipbuilding industry as there was a decline in new shipbuilding orders affected by economic downturn; although industry is expected to overcome shortly. At present the global shipbuilding industry has been dominated by Asian countries (China, Korea and Japan).

In Dry bulk segment, the demand for two commodities - coal and iron ore will drive the dry bulk industry in the near future. Demand for dry bulk is showing a positive trend despite the economy slowdown. This sector is driven by construction activity and infrastructure projects. The dry bulk demand in near future could grow with changing trends in China.

The report titled “Global Shipbuilding Industry” focuses on shipyard output and offers an analysis of the global market and assesses the market by geography and also by segments. It analyzes the factors that are driving the growth of this industry. It also discusses the major market trends and challenges faced by the industry. The report also presents the competitive structure of the industry and profiles major players in the shipbuilding market. The largest shipbuilding companies in terms of capacity are, Hyundai Heavy Industries, Daewoo Shipbuilding and Marine Engineering and Samsung Heavy Industries.

Further, we have predicted the future growth of the global shipbuilding and shipyard market by combining factors such as oil prices and demand, coal demand, GDP growth, employment rate and others.

Amid the economic downturn in 2009, annual worldwide orders for new ships tallied only ~million DWT , down from 96.2 million in 2008, which was the lowest in nearly two decades.

There was a continuous growth in container shipping demand till 2007 but from 2008 onwards it declined almost 50% affected by economic downfall, which has once again started improving from the first quarter of 2010.

Chinese demand for raw materials is expected to continue to drive growth in the bulk carrier shipping market, while growing global demand for oil is expected to do the same in the tanker shipping market.

China is a strong market for shipyard output and shipbuilding sector and is competing with developed countries. The growth of Chinese shipbuilding industry is expected to give a neck to neck competition to almost all major shipbuilding nations.

The economic crisis has left an impact over the German Shipbuilding industry with lowering demand for shipyards and shipbuilding industry due to decline in trade worldwide.
1. SHIPBUILDING INDUSTRY OVERVIEW

1.1 Shipbuilding Value Chain

2. GLOBAL SHIPBUILDING INDUSTRY DEMAND

2.1 Market Size
2.2 Global Bulk Shipping Demand
2.3 Global Container Shipping Demand

3. THE US SHIPBUILDING & SHIPYARD INDUSTRY DEMAND

3.1 Market Performance
3.2 The US Shipyard Industry Segmentation
3.3 Water Shipping in the US
3.4 The US Navy Shipbuilding Industry
3.5 Future Outlook for Shipyard Output

4. ASIA SHIPBUILDING INDUSTRY DEMAND

4.1 Comparison of India & China
4.2 China
  4.2.1 Recent Performance
  4.2.2 Past Performance
4.3 India
  4.3.1Major shipyards
  4.3.2 Opportunities

5. TRENDS IN OTHER REGIONS

5.1 Opportunities in South America
  5.1.1 Uruguay
  5.1.2 Argentina
  5.1.3 Brazil
5.2 Outlook of the German Shipbuilding Industry
5.3 Eco-friendly Ships in Korea

6. INDUSTRY COMPETITION AND PLAYERS PROFILING

6.1 Global Competition
  6.1.1 Competition in the US
6.2 Samsung Heavy Industries Co. Ltd
  6.2.1 Business Overview
  6.2.2 Financial Performance
  6.2.3 Business Strategies
6.3 Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering
  6.3.1 Business Overview
  6.3.2 Financial Performance
  6.3.3 Business Developments
6.4 Hyundai Heavy Industries Co., Ltd. (HHIIR)
  6.4.1 Business Overview
  6.4.2 Financial Performance
  6.4.3 Business Strategies

LIST OF FIGURES

Figure: Shipbuilding Industry Value Chain
Figure: Global Dry Bulk Demand by Segments in 2009
Figure: The US Shipyard Output (1998-2009)
Figure: US Shipyard Industry Segmentation in 2009
Figure: US Domestic Water Shipping Demand by Value (2000-2008)
Figure: The US Water Shipping Tonnage by Commodity in 2008
Figure: US Shipyard Output Forecast (2009-2013E)
Figure: Uruguayan Shipbuilding Industry Physical Volume Index (2002-2009)
Figure: Uruguayan Shipbuilding Industry Employment Index (2006-2009, Quarterly)
Figure: Vessels Entering into the Port of Buenos Aires (2008 & 2009)
Figure: Number of Vessels Entering the Port of Rio Grande (2008, 2009 & Jan-Feb 2010)

LIST OF TABLES:

Table: Labour Cost in Shipbuilding Sector Worldwide in 2009
Table: World Shipbuilding Market Share by Geography in 2007
Table: Global Bulk Shipping Demand & Supply Growth Rates (2003-2011F)
Table: Global Container Shipping Demand & Supply Rates (2003-2011F)
Table: Global Container Ship Fleets and orders at the start of 2006
Table: The US Navy Long-term Shipbuilding Plans (2009 & 2011)
Table: Comparison of China & India Shipbuilding
Table: Indian Shipyard and Shipbuilding Statistics in 2008
Table: Global Market Leaders Comparison 2009
Table: Asian bulk Shipping Valuation Comparison Oct 2009
Table: Samsung Heavy Industries Operating Results (2007, 2008 & 2009)
Table: Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering Operating Results (2006-2009)
Table: Hyundai Heavy Industries Results by Business Segments (2005-2009)
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