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Global Shipbuilding Market Report: 2016 Edition

  • ID: 3719483
  • May 2016
  • Region: Global
  • 61 Pages
  • Koncept Analytics
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Shipbuilding Industry: Slow Recovery from Economic Turmoil

The shipbuilding industry is responsible for the design and construction of oceangoing vessels all around the world. The shipbuilding industry is involved in the construction and modification of ships and these operations are carried out in specialized facilities called shipyards. The industry builds ships for commercial as well as military purposes. Most of the global ship production is concentrated in Asian countries such as China, Japan and South Korea, though large shipyards also exist in many other countries.

Shipbuilding is considered to be one of the oldest, most open and highly competitive markets in the world. Although shipbuilding industry has vast experiences in surviving peaks and slumps of economy, the current global crisis has hit shipbuilding industry more severely. Strong government support and political stability is required in this industry because of being highly capital intensive.

The key factors driving the growth of the market are global seaborne trade, improved economic growth, rising urbanization and increase in global steel production. Some of the noteworthy trends and developments of this industry are green shipbuilding technology, advanced outfitting, READ MORE >

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1. Market Overview
1.1 Shipbuilding: An Introduction
1.1.1 Types of Ships
1.2 Shipbuilding Process
1.3 Shipbuilding Cycle
1.4 Value Chain

2. Global Shipbuilding Market Analysis
2.1 Global Shipbuilding Demand by Volume
2.2 Global Shipbuilding New Orders
2.3 Global Shipbuilding Completions
2.4 Global Shipbuilding Orderbook
2.5 Global Share of Bulk Carrier Orders (DWT) by Country
2.6 Global Shipbuilding Casualty by Incidents and Disposals
2.7 Global Merchant Fleets
2.8 Global Commercial Vessel Market

3. Global Shipbuilding Segment Analysis
3.1 Tankers
3.1.1 Global Fleet of Tankers
3.1.2 Global Laid Up Tankers
3.1.3 Global Deliveries of Tankers
3.2 Bulk Carrier
3.2.1 Global Fleet of Bulk Carriers
3.2.2 Global Laid Up Bulk Carrier
3.2.3 Global Deliveries of Bulk Carriers
3.3 Containers
3.3.1 Global Deliveries of Containers
3.4 LNG Carriers/LPG Carriers
3.4.1 Global LNG Carriers Delivery
3.4.2 Global LNG Carriers Share by Country
3.4.3 Global LPG Carriers Delivery
3.4.4 Global LPG Carriers Share by Country
3.5 Special Vessels
3.5.1 Global Special Vessels Delivery
3.6 Fleet Age by Vessel Type

4. Global Shipbuilding Regional Market
4.1 Korea
4.1.1 Korea New Orders and Deliveries
4.1.2 Korea Shipbuilding Market Share
4.2 China
4.2.1 China New Orders and Deliveries
4.2.2 China Shipbuilding Market Share
4.2.3 Chinese Yards with Contracts and Deliveries
4.3 Japan
4.3.1 Japan New Orders and Deliveries
4.3.2 Japan Shipbuilding Market Share

5. Market Dynamics
5.1 Growth Drivers
5.1.1 Global Seaborne Trade
5.1.2 Improved Economic Growth
5.1.3 Rising Urbanization
5.1.4 Increase in Global Steel Production
5.1.5 Increased Globalization
5.1.6 Lifting of Sanctions from Iran
5.2 Trends
5.2.1 Green Shipbuilding Technology
5.2.2 Advanced Outfitting
5.2.3 Ship Launching Airbag
5.2.4 LNG Fueled Engines
5.2.6 Solar Powered Ships
5.3 Challenges
5.3.1 Financial Crisis and an Increased Competition
5.3.2 Environmental Regulations
5.3.3 Political and Financial stability

6. Competitive Landscape
6.1 Global Shipbuilding Market Share by Company
6.2 New Orders Market Share by Company

7. Company Profiles
7.1 Hyundai Heavy Industries
7.1.1 Business Overview
7.1.2 Financial Overview
7.1.3 Business Strategies
7.2 Samsung Heavy Industries
7.2.1 Business Overview
7.2.2 Financial Overview
7.2.3 Business Strategies
7.3 Daewoo Shipbuilding and Marine Engineering
7.3.1 Business Overview
7.3.2 Financial Overview
7.3.3 Business Strategies
7.4 Mitsubishi Heavy Industries
7.4.1 Business Overview
7.4.2 Financial Overview
7.4.3 Business Strategies

- List of Charts

- Types of Ships
- Value Chain of Shipbuilding Industry
- Global Shipbuilding Demand by Volume (2008-2015)
- Global Shipbuilding New Orders (2009-2015)
- Global Shipbuilding Completions (2009-2015)
- Global Shipbuilding Orderbook (2009-2015)
- Global Share of Bulk Carrier Orders (DWT) by Country (2015)
- Global Shipbuilding Casualty by Incidents and Disposals (2009-2014)
- Global Merchant Fleets (2010-2015)
- Global Merchant Fleet by Ship Type (2010-2015)
- Global Commercial Vessel Market by Volume (2008-2015)
- Global Fleet of Tankers (2008-2015)
- Global Laid Up Tankers (2008-2015)
- Global Deliveries of Tankers (2009-2017E)
- Global VLCC Share by Country (2013-2015)
- Global Fleet of Bulk Carriers (2008-2015)
- Global Laid Up Bulk Carrier (2009-2017E)
- Global Deliveries of Bulk Carriers (2008-2016E)
- Global Deliveries of Containers (2009-2017E)
- Global Mega Containership Share by Country (2013-2015)
- Global Deliveries of LNG Carriers (2009-2017E)
- Global LNG Carriers Share by Country (2013-2015)
- Global Deliveries of LPG Carriers (2009-2017E)
- Global LPG Carriers Share by Country (2013-2015)
- Global Deliveries of Special Vessels (2009-2017E)
- Fleet Age by Vessel Type (2015)
- Korea New Orders and Deliveries (2010-2015)
- Korea Shipbuilding Market Share (2011-2015)
- China New Orders and Deliveries (2010-2015)
- China Market Share of Global Demand (2011-2015)
- Chinese Yards with Contracts and Deliveries (2013-2015)
- Japan New Orders and Deliveries (2010-2015)
- Japan Shipbuilding Market Share (2011-2015)
- Global Seaborne Trade (2007-2015E)
- Global GDP Growth (2006-2014)
- Global Urban Population (2007-2014)
- Global Crude Steel Production (2007-2014)
- Iran Oil Production and Exports (2008-2014)
- Global Shipbuilding Market Share by Company (2015)
- New Orders Market Share by Company (2015)
- Hyundai Net Sales by Business Segment (2015)
- Hyundai Shipbuilding Sales by Products (2015)
- Hyundai Heavy Industries Net Sales and Net Income (2011-2015)
- Samsung Heavy Industries Net Sales and Net Income (2011-2015)
- DSME’s Revenue and Net Profit (2011-2015)
- Mitsubishi Net Sales by Business Segment (2014-2015)
- Mitsubishi’s Net Sales and Net Income (2011-2015)

- List of Tables

- Global Shipbuilding Demand by Ship Type (2008-2015)
- Global Shipbuilding Completion by Ship Type (2009-2015)
- Breakdown of Order by Various Yards (2015)
- Breakdown of Order by Various Yards (2016E)

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The shipbuilding industry is involved in the construction and modification of ships and these operations are carried out in specialized facilities called ship yards. The industry build ships for commercial as well as military purposes referred to as "naval engineering". The shipbuilding industry employees who are responsible for building ships are known as shipwrights. These are highly skilled workers though their specialties can vary depending on the types of ships they construct. Most of the global ship production today is concentrated in Asian countries like China, Japan and Korea though large shipyards are there in other countries too.

Shipbuilding is considered to be one of the oldest, most open and highly competitive markets in the world. The shipbuilding industry is suffering from low profit margins, depressed prices and economic crisis. Because of the slow recovery from the economic turmoil and adverse market conditions shipbuilding industry is witnessing a decrease in the demand as well as new orders. Shipbuilding industry requires financial stability and therefore most of the companies receive back up from the government and its policies.

As per the report "Global Shipbuilding Market-2016 Edition", the demand for global shipbuilding will be driven by global seaborne trade, improved economic growth, rising urbanization, increase in global steel production, increased globalization and lifting of sanctions from Iran. Some of the noteworthy trends and developments of this industry are green shipbuilding technology to reduce carbon footprint, advanced outfitting, ship launching airbag, LNG fueled engines and solar powered ships. However, the expansion of global shipbuilding market is hindered by financial crisis and an increased competition, environmental regulations and political stability.

The report by presents an in-depth analysis of the global market along with a focus on all major regions. A thorough analysis has been conducted on key market players covering their business overview, product portfolio, financial overview and business strategies.

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- Daewoo
- Hyundai
- Mitsubishi
- Samsung

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