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Global Shipbuilding Market With Focus on High-Tech Shipbuilding Report 2016 Edition

Global Shipbuilding Market: Size, Trends and Forecasts (2016-2020)

Publish Date:June 2016
No. of Pages:84

Format : Adobe Reader (PDF) Instant delivery

US$ 1,200.00

Scope of the Report

The report titled “Global Shipbuilding Market: Size, Trends and Forecasts (2016-2020)” provides an in-depth analysis of the global shipbuilding market with detailed analysis of market size and growth, market share and economic impact of the industry. The report also provides market size of each of the segments of the market on the basis of the types of ships.

The report provides detailed regional analysis of Asian countries, leading the global market, which are South Korea, Japan and China. Regional analysis includes market size of the basis of new orders, order book, order completions and delivery trend along with the commercial vessel market.

The report also assesses the key opportunities in the market and outlines the factors that are and will be driving the growth of the industry. The current status of the overall global shipbuilding market has been analyzed, taking into consideration the previous growth patterns, the growth drivers and the current and future trends. The competition in the global shipbuilding market is stiff and dominated by the big players like DSME. Further, key players of the market Hyundai Heavy Industries and Mitsubishi Heavy Industries are also profiled with their financial information and respective business strategies.

Regional Coverage

South Korea
Japan
China

Company Coverage

Daewoo Shipbuilding and Marine Engineering Company
Hyundai Heavy Industries Co., Ltd.
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd. 

Executive Summary

The maritime business has long been known for being cyclical. In times of growth and high profits, ship owners have positive cash flows and they order new capacity. This capacity, however, takes time to be delivered. There are waiting times, because shipbuilding berths tend to be full in times of prosperity; any new construction will only be started two to three years after it has been ordered, and then the construction itself can take up to one year. During the industry's boom years, the world saw records for new vessel orders being set year after year. The companies in this industry build and repair barges, cargo ships, naval vessels, and passenger ships, as well as platforms used for oil and gas drilling and production.

The global shipbuilding market can be analyzed on the basis of new orders, order book and delivery trend of ships. Currently, the market is experiencing tough times but is expected to regain its momentum with Asia leading the global market. South Korea, China, and Japan are the leading countries in the market accounting almost the entire global shipbuilding market. The shipbuilders in a given country typically specialize in certain types of vessels. South Korean companies, tend to focus on containerships and tankers. China produces large numbers of dry bulk containers and Japan builds large numbers of oil tankers.

The growth drivers of the global shipbuilding market, especially for the global shipbuilding market are: rise in seaborne trade & shipping confidence level and upsurge in the demand for eco-friendly ships. Despite the market is governed by various growth drivers, there are certain challenges faced by the market such as: volatile oil prices, write-downs on existing backlogs, increasing competition in the commercial segment, delay in financial decisions, political & financial instability, financial crises and stringent environmental regulations.

1. Executive Summary

2. Introduction

2.1 Introduction to Shipbuilding
2.1.1 Shipbuilding Cycle
2.2 Types of Ships
2.3 Value Chain of Shipbuilding Market

3. Global Market Analysis

3.1 Global Shipbuilding New Orders by Value
3.2 Global Shipbuilding New Orders by Volume
3.3 Global Shipbuilding Order Book
3.4 Global Shipbuilding Order Completion and Delivery Trend
3.5 Global Shipbuilding Merchant Fleet
3.6 Global Commercial Vessel Delivery Trend
3.7 Global Shipbuilding Market by Segments
3.7.1 Global Tanker Market Analysis
Global Tanker Delivery Trend
Global Fleet of Tanker
Global Laid Up Tanker
Global Tanker Market by Region
Global VLCC Market by Region
3.7.2 Global Bulk Carrier Market Analysis
Global Bulk Carrier Delivery Trend
Global Fleet of Bulk Carrier
Global Laid Up Bulk Carrier
3.7.3 Global Containership Market Analysis
Global Containership New Orders by Volume
Global Containership Delivery Trend
Global Containership Market Region
Global Mega Containership Market by Region
3.7.4 Global Gas Carrier Market Analysis
Global Gas  Carrier  Delivery Trend
Global LNG Carrier Market by Region
Global LPG Carrier Market by Region
3.7.5 Global Special Vessel Delivery Trend

4. Regional Market Analysis

4.1 South Korea Shipbuilding Market Analysis
4.1.1 South Korea Shipbuilding New Orders by Volume
4.1.2 South Korea Shipbuilding Order Book
4.1.3 South Korea Order  Completion
4.1.4 South Korea Delivery Trend
4.1.5 South Korea Commercial Vessel Delivery Trend

4.2 Japan Shipbuilding Market Analysis
4.2.1 Japan Shipbuilding New Orders by Volume
4.2.2 Japan Shipbuilding Order Book
4.2.3 Japan Order  Completion
4.2.4 Japan Delivery Trend
4.2.5 Japan Commercial Vessel Delivery Trend

4.3 China Shipbuilding Market Analysis
4.3.1 China Shipbuilding New Orders by Volume
4.3.2 China Shipbuilding Order Book
4.3.3 China Order  Completion
4.3.4 China Delivery Trend
4.3.5 China Commercial Vessel Delivery Trend

5. Market Dynamics

5.1 Growth Drivers
5.1.1 Rise in Seaborne Trade
5.1.2 Upsurge in the Demand of Eco-Friendly Ships
5.1.3 Rise in Shipping Confidence Level
5.2 Challenges
5.2.1 Volatile Oil Prices
5.2.2 Write-Downs on Existing Backlogs
5.2.3 Increasing  Competition in Commercial Segments
5.2.4 Delay in Financial Decisions
5.2.5 Political and Financial Instability
5.2.6 Financial Crises
5.2.7 Stringent Environmental Regulations
5.3 Market Trends
5.3.1 Use of Renewable Source of Energy as a Fuel
5.3.2 Ship Launching Airbags
5.3.3 Green Shipbuilding Technology

6. Competitive Landscape

6.1 Global Shipbuilding Market Major Players
6.2 Japan Shipbuilding Market Major Players

7. Company Profiling

7.1 Daewoo Shipbuilding and Marine Engineering Company
7.1.1 Business Overview
7.1.2 Financial Overview
7.1.3 Business Strategy
7.2 Hyundai Heavy Industries Co., Ltd.
7.2.1 Business Overview
7.2.2 Financial Overview
7.2.3 Business Strategy
7.3 Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd.
7.3.1 Business Overview
7.3.2 Financial Overview
7.3.3 Business Strategy
Figure 1: Types of Ships
Figure 2: Value Chain of Shipbuilding Market
Figure 3: Global Shipbuilding New Orders by Value; 2011-2015 (US$ Million)
Figure 4: Global Shipbuilding New Orders by Volume; 2010-2015 (Million GT)
Figure 5: Global Shipbuilding Order Book; 2010-2015 (Million GT)
Figure 6: Global Shipbuilding Order Completion & Delivery Trend; 2010-2015 (Million GT)
Figure 7: Global Shipbuilding Merchant Fleet; 2010-2015 (Billion GT)
Figure 8: Global Commercial Vessel Delivery Trend; 2010-2015 (Million GT)
Figure 9: Global Tanker Delivery Trend; 2010-2015 (Million GT)
Figure 10: Global Fleet of Tanker; 2010-2015 (Million DWT)
Figure 11: Global Laid Up Tanker; 2010-2015 (Million DWT)
Figure 12: Global Tanker Market by Region; 2013-2015 (%)
Figure 13: Global VLCC Market by Region; 2013-2015 (%)
Figure 14: Global Bulk Carrier Delivery Trend; 2010-2015 (Million GT)
Figure 15: Global Fleet of Bulk Carrier; 2010-2015 (Million DWT)
Figure 16: Global Laid Up Bulk Carrier; 2010-2015 (Million DWT)
Figure 17: Global Containership New Orders by Volume; 2010-2015 (Million TEU)
Figure 18: Global Containership Delivery Trend; 2010-2015 (Million GT)
Figure 19: Global Containership Market by Region; 2013-2015 (%)
Figure 20: Global Mega Containership Market by Region; 2013-2015 (%)
Figure 21: Global Gas Carrier Delivery Trend; 2010-2015 (Million GT)
Figure 22: Global LNG Carrier Market by Region; 2013-2015 (%)
Figure 23: Global LPG Carrier Market by Region; 2013-2015(%)
Figure 24: Global Special Vessel Delivery Trend; 2010-2015 (%)
Figure 25: South Korea Shipbuilding New Orders by Volume; 2010-2015 (Million GT)
Figure 26: South Korea Shipbuilding Order Book; 2010-2015 (Million GT)
Figure 27: South Korea Shipbuilding Order Completion; 2010-2015 (Million GT)
Figure 28: South Korea Shipbuilding Delivery Trend; 2010-2015 (Million CGT)
Figure 29: South Korea Commercial Vessel Delivery Trend; 2010-2015E (Million GT)
Figure 30: Japan Shipbuilding New Orders by Volume; 2010-2015 (Million GT)
Figure 31: Japan Shipbuilding Order Book; 2010-2015 (Million GT)
Figure 32: Japan Shipbuilding Order Completion; 2010-2015 (Million GT)
Figure 33: Japan Shipbuilding Delivery Trend; 2010-2015 (Million CGT)
Figure 34: Japan Commercial Vessel Delivery Trend; 2010-2015E (Million GT)
Figure 35: China Shipbuilding New Orders by Volume; 2010-2015 (Million GT)
Figure 36: China Shipbuilding Order Book; 2010-2015 (Million GT)
Figure 37: China Shipbuilding Order Completion; 2010-2015 (Million GT)
Figure 38: China Shipbuilding Delivery Trend; 2010-2015 (Million CGT)
Figure 39: China Commercial Vessel Delivery Trend; 2010-2015E (Million GT)
Figure 40: Global Seaborne Trade; 2010-2015E (Million Ton)
Figure 41: Global Shipbuilding Market by Players; 2015 (%)
Figure 42: DSME Total Revenues; 2011-2015 (US$ Billion)
Figure 43: Hyundai Heavy Industries Net Sales; 2011-2015 (US$ Billion)
Figure 44: Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Net Sales; 2011-2015 (US$ Billion)
Figure 45: Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Net Sales by Segments; 2015 (%)
Table 1: Global Shipbuilding Market Major Players New Orders on the Basis of Yards; 2015
Table 2: Global Shipbuilding Market Major Players New Orders on the Basis of Yards; 2015