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World Merchant Fleet 2014 (SSMR Issue 1/2) - Product Image

World Merchant Fleet 2014 (SSMR Issue 1/2)

  • ID: 2779507
  • March 2014
  • Region: Global
  • 72 Pages
  • Institute of Shipping Economics and Logistics (ISL)

The year 2013 brought a lot of change to the world shipping industry. For the first time since the beginning of the economic and financial crisis, the volume of new ship orders exceeded the delivered tonnage.

New orders of ships have reached a new peak with 142 million dwt (much higher than expected). After four years of decline, the world order book seems to be stabilizing. This report includes detailed statistical information on the world merchant fleet, including a comment on the latest market developments.

In addition, it contains approx. 30 general indicators on maritime economics and transport.

ISL Comment - World Merchant Fleet

(1) World Tonnage Supply
1.1 Age and Size Profile of the World Merchant Fleet
1.2 Ownership Patterns of the World Merchant Fleet

(2) Market Fundamentals
2.1 World Seaborne Trade
2.2 Rates and Prices

(3) Future Tonnage Supply
3.1 Tankers
3.2 Bulk Carriers
3.3 General Cargo and Container Ships

(4) Leading Shipbuilding Countries
4.1 Total Order Book by Ship Type
4.2 Outlook – impact of the crisis

Summary Tables - Comment

Tab. 1 World Merchant Fleet’s Reductions by Major Ship Types
Tab. 2 World Merchant Fleet's Newbuilding Additions by Major Ship Types
Tab. 3 World Merchant Fleet by Ship Type
Tab. 4 Largest Ships per Ship Type Category
Tab. 5 World Merchant Fleet by Ship Type and National and Foreign Flag
Tab. 6 Development of Major Open Registry Flags
Tab. 7 Newbuilding Additions of the Top 5 Countries of Domicile by National and Foreign Flag
Tab. 8 Total World Merchant Fleet (Registered and Controlled) by Region
Tab. 9 Ship Type Contribution for Selected OECD Countries (Controlled Fleet)
Tab. 10 Controlled Fleets of Major Shipping Nations
Tab. 11 End-year Rate Level for Benchmark Tanker Trades
Tab. 12 Total Order Book - Delivery Schedule by Country of Build
Tab. 13 New Orders by Major Ship Types during
Tab. 14 Total Order Book by Major Ship Types
Tab. 15 Major Shipbuilding Countries – Order Book cgt per Cent-Shares of Total Order Book

Figures - Comment

Fig. 1 World Merchant Fleet – Annual Tonnage Changes
Fig. 2 World Tonnage Additions and Reductions
Fig. 3 World Merchant Fleet – Age Structure by Major Ship Types
Fig. 4 World Merchant Fleet – Ship Size Development of Selected Ship Types
Fig. 5 Total World Merchant Fleet by National and Foreign Registries
Fig. 6 Country Groups Fleet’s Share on Ship Types of the World Merchant Fleet
Fig. 7 Controlled Fleet Development of Major Shipping Nations
Fig. 8 Monthly Development of Baltic Indices
Fig. 9 Monthly HARPEX Container Charter Rate Index up to December
Fig. 10 Share of the Ordered Tonnage on the Existing Merchant Fleets by Type
Fig. 11 Tanker Fleet - New Orders and Broken-up Tonnage
Fig. 12 Bulk fleet - New Orders and Broken-up Tonnage
Fig. 13 General Cargo Fleet - New Orders and Broken-up Tonnage, quarterly
Fig. 14 Container Ships - New Orders and Broken-up Tonnage, quarterly
Fig. 15 World Order Book - Quarterly Development by Major Ship Types
Fig. 16 Order book market shares of leading shipbuilding countries

ISL InfoLine Special – World Merchant Fleet

ISL Statistical Tables– World Merchant Fleet

(1) World Merchant Fleet
1.1 Keyfigures
1.2 Ranking by Major Flags and Ship Type
1.3 Ranking by Flag
1.4 Ranking by Registered Flag and Country of Domicile According to Regions and Ship Type
1.5 Ranking by Registered Flag and Country of Domicile According to Country Groups/Ship Type
1.6 Fleet Development by Ship Type
1.7 Ranking by Division of Age and Ship Type
1.8 Ranking by Size Class and Ship Type
1.9 Ranking by Summer Draught and Ship Type – No of Ships
1.10 Ranking by Country of Domicile
1.11 Top Ten Countries of Domicile by Major Ship Types

(2) Broken-up Merchant Ships (Yearly Analysis)
2.1 Broken-up Ships by Type
2.2 Average Age of Broken-up Ships by Type
2.3 Broken-up Ships by Major Flags and Type January-December
2.4 Broken-up ships by Country Groups of Registration and Type January-December
2.5 Broken-up ships by Year of Build and Ship Type January-December
2.6 Broken-up ships by Size Class and Type January-December

(3) Development of World Seaborne Trade
3.1 Seaborne Trade Volume in Tonnes

(4) World Order Book - Future Tonnage Supply
4.1 Ships on Order by Type
4.2 Ships on Order by Major Types and Country of Build
4.3 Ships on Order by Type and Major Shipyards
4.4 Ships on Order by Ship Type and Delivery Schedule
4.5 Ships on Order by Country of Build and Delivery Schedule
4.6 Ships on Order by Type and DWT-Size Class
4.7 Additions to Order Book by Ship Type and Major Countries of Build

Figures - Statistical Tables

Fig. 1 Tankers and Dry Cargo Ships Broken-up
Fig. 2 Cargo Carried by World Fleet
Fig. 3 Total World Order Book by Major Ship Types

ISL Market Review - Major Market Indicators

(1) Economic Indicators
1.1 Currency Units, Exchange Rate
1.2 World Market Prices Overall Index
1.3 HWWI-World Market Prices for Selected Commodities
1.4 Production Indices per Working Day (Selected EU Countries)
1.5 Production Indices per Working Day for EU-15, Japan/USA
1.6 OECD Summary of the Projections

(2) World Merchant Fleet
2.1 World Merchant Fleet Development by Ship Type
2.2 Additions to the World Merchant Fleet by Ship Type
2.3 World Merchant Fleet Reductions / Broken-up Tonnage
2.3.1 By Month
2.3.2 By Year of Build and Ship Type (Cum.)
2.3.3 By Major Flags and Ship Type (Cum.)
2.3.4 By Country Groups of Reg. and Ship Type (Cum.)

(3) Freight and Charter Market
3.1 Freight and Charter Market – Executive Summary
3.2 Freight and Charter Market – Monthly Details
3.2.1 Hamburg Index for Containership Time-Charter-Rates
3.2.2 HARPEX Containership Index
3.2.3 Lloyd's Shipping Economist Tramp Trip Charter Indices
3.2.4 German Sea Freight indices
3.2.5 Fearnleys - Time Charter Rates for Tankers
3.2.6 Clarkson – Tanker Spot Rates
3.2.7 Baltic Exchange Dry Bulk Indices
3.2.8 Maritime Research Freight Indices
3.2.9 Worldwide - Charter Fixtures for Coal and Grain
3.2.10 Spot Market Dirty Fixtures Arab. Gulf to North Europe

(4) Shipping Prices and Costs
4.1 Shipping Prices and Costs - Executive Summary
4.2 Monthly Demolition Prices by Area
4.3 Development of Bunker Market Prices

(5) World Shipbuilding
5.1 New Orders – By Ship Type
5.2 New Orders - By Country Groups/Shipbuilding Countries
5.3 Order Book - By Ship Type
5.4 Order Book - By Country Group/Shipbuilding Countries

(6) Development of Major World Ports
6.1 Total Cargo Traffic
6.2 Total Container Traffic
6.3 ISL Monthly Container Port Traffic Indices

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