Global Shipping Industry Trends

  • ID: 2488200
  • Book
  • Region: Global
  • 157 Pages
  • Red Mountain Insights LLC
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The global shipping industry went through tough times during the financial crisis of 2008-2009, but recovered well in 2010 and posted solid growth in 2011. It is expected to continue to grow as the world economy improves and new opportunities are created.

This report discusses the trends impacting the Global Shipping Industry such as the high cyclicality of the industry, industry fragmentation, fleet management, and cost management. Industry technology and safety is also examined followed by the impact of shipping on the environment.

The Chinese shipping industry is one of the fastest growing shipping markets in the world and investors are optimistic of strong long-term growth of the overall Asia Pacific shipping industry.

This report examines the global shipping industry through an industry overview and segment-wise analysis. It begins with a look at the importance of the global shipping industry and its economic impact. It provides an analysis of the container shipping market, crude tanker market and dry bulk carrier market. These segments are further analyzed by various vessel markets.

The global shipping industry has seen many changes in recent years, especially in terms of technology. And with increasing industrialization, the importance of seaborne trade has increased.

The report provides a breakdown of global shipping fleets, including fleet statistics, the market for ship building, the various ship types, as well as the leading fleets of the world.

An outlook for the global shipping industry is followed by profiles of the major industry players including AP Moeller-Maersk, Baltic Trading, DryShips, Golar LNG, and others.
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FEATURED COMPANIES

  • Aegean Marine
  • Danaos Corporation
  • Eagle Bulk Shipping Inc.
  • Globus Maritime Ltd
  • Kirby Corporation
  • Stolt-Nielsen S.A.
  • MORE
Executive Summary
Importance of the Global Shipping Industry
Introduction
Economic Outlook & Impact on the Global Shipping Industry
Global Shipping Industry
Industry Overview
Container Shipping Market
Crude Tanker Market
Aframax Market
Panamax & Handymax/Handysize Market
VLCC Market
Suezmax Market
Dry Bulk Carrier Market
Capesize Vessel Market
Handymax Vessel Market
Panamax Vessel Market
Global Shipping Fleet
Overview
Global Shipping Fleet Statistics
Market for Shipbuilding
Ship Types
General Cargo Ships
Tankers
Bulk Carriers
Passenger Ships
Containerships
Fishing Vessels
Leading Fleets of the World
Industry Trends
High Cyclicality of the Industry
Capital Intensity
Funding Structures for Different Vehicles
Cost Management
Commodity Product
Industry Fragmentation
Competition and Cooperation
Fleet Management
Industry Technology & Safety
Marine Technology
Marine Safety
Maritime Security
Impact of Shipping on the Environment
Land-based Pollution
Waste Generated on Land & Disposed at Sea
Industrial Waste
Sewage Sludge
Dredged Material
Incineration at Sea
Radioactive Wastes
Other Waste Categories
Enforcement
Sea-based Pollution
Water Pollution Generated from Ships
Air Pollution Generated from Ships
Greenhouse Gas Emissions from Ships
Global Shipping Industry Outlook
Major Players
Aegean Marine
AP Moeller - Maersk A/S
Baltic Trading
China Shipping Container Lines Co Ltd
Danaos Corporation
Diana Shipping
DryShips
Eagle Bulk Shipping Inc.
Excel Maritime
Genco Shipping & Trading Limited
General Maritime
Globus Maritime Ltd
Golar LNG
Goldenport Holdings Inc.
Jinhui Shipping & Transportation Limited
Kirby Corporation
Overseas Shipholding Group
Safe Bulkers, Inc.
Seaspan Corporation
Ship Finance International Limited
Stolt-Nielsen S.A.
Teekay Corporation
Tsakos Energy Navigation
Ultrapetrol
Wilh Wilhelmsen Holding ASA

List of Figures & Tables

Figures

Figure 1: World Container Ship Capacity
Figure 2: Fuel Oil Price in Singapore Spot Market
Figure 3: World Fleet Quarterly Delivery Schedule
Figure 4: Aframax Delivery Schedule
Figure 5: Aframax Fleet (MMdwt) Additions Vs. Removals
Figure 6: Pana/Handy Delivery Schedule
Figure 7: Pana/Handy Fleet (MMdwt) Add. Vs. Removals
Figure 8: VLCC Delivery Schedule
Figure 9: Suezmax Delivery Schedule
Figure 10: Suezmax Fleet (MMdwt) Additions Vs. Removals
Figure 11: Dry Bulk Delivery Schedule (MMdwt)
Figure 12: Capesize Delivery Schedule (MMdwt)
Figure 13: Capesize Additions Vs. Removals (MMdwt)
Figure 14: Handymax Delivery Schedule (MMdwt)
Figure 15: Panamax Delivery Schedule (MMdwt)
Figure 16: Development of the Global Shipping Fleet (in millions of dwt)
Figure 17: World Tonnage on Order (2000-2010) (in thousands of Dwt)
Figure 18: Loss Rate of all Ships of 100gt & Above (2006 to 2010)
Figure 19: Average PSC detention rate for all PSC regimes (percentage rate) 2002-2009
Figure 20: Cost of ISPS Compliance
Figure 21: Ships Hijacked and Missing (2006-2010)
Figure 22: Consequences for Crew (2006-2010)
Figure 23: Total Cost of Piracy, 2011
Figure 24: Overview of Total Sea Pollution
Figure 25: Numbers of Large Spills (over 700 Tons) 1970-2011
Figure 26: Number of medium sized (7-700T) and large (>700T) spills per decade from 1970-2011
Figure 27: Number of oil spills over 7 tons per decade showing the influence of a relatively small number of comparatively large spills on the overall figure
Figure 28: Annual Quantity of Oil Spilt over 7 Tons, 1970-2011
Figure 29: Ratio of Oil (Cargo and Bunkers) Discharged into the Sea, to Total Quantities Carried by SEA (2006-2010)
Figure 30: Incidence of Spills 7-700 Tons by Cause, 1970-2011
Figure 31: Percentage of HNS Incidents by Package Type
Figure 32: HNS Incidents by Cargo Type
Figure 33: HNS Incidents by Cause
Figure 34: HNS Incidents Involving a Release of HNS by Cause

Tables

Table 1: Development of World Seaborne Trade (in Millions of Tons Loaded)
Table 2: World Ranking of Maritime Shippers, by Shipping Capacity (May 2012)
Table 3: Orders of New Container Ships
Table 4: Worldwide Tanker Fleet
Table 5: Aframax Fleet Profile
Table 6: Panamax & Handy Fleet Profile
Table 7: VLCC Fleet Profile
Table 8: Suezmax Fleet Profile
Table 9: Worldwide Dry Bulk Carrier Fleet
Table 10: Capesize Dry Bulk Carrier Fleet
Table 11: Handymax Dry Bulk Carrier Fleet
Table 12: Panamax Dry Bulk Carrier Fleet
Table 13: Top 20 Merchant Fleets in the World, 2011
Table 14: Top 20 Controlled Fleets in the World, 2011
Table 15: Number of Ships Lost between 2006-2010
Table 16: Number of ships and lives lost due to piracy and armed robbery and number of such incidents against ships engaged on international voyages (2006-2011)
Table 17: Distribution of Pollution from Seabed Activities
Table 18: Number of Spills Occurring from Ships Subject to IMO Instruments (2006 – 2010)
Table 19: Ratio of Oil Discharges into the Sea to Total Carried by Sea (2006-2010)
Table 20: HNS Incidents by Product Behavior Category (2006-2011)
Table 21: Top Ten Most Spilled HNS Substances
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- Aegean Marine
- AP Moeller - Maersk A/S
- Baltic Trading
- China Shipping Container Lines Co Ltd
- Danaos Corporation
- Diana Shipping
- DryShips
- Eagle Bulk Shipping Inc.
- Excel Maritime
- Genco Shipping & Trading Limited
- General Maritime
- Globus Maritime Ltd
- Golar LNG
- Goldenport Holdings Inc.
- Jinhui Shipping & Transportation Limited
- Kirby Corporation
- Overseas Shipholding Group
- Safe Bulkers, Inc.
- Seaspan Corporation
- Ship Finance International Limited
- Stolt-Nielsen S.A.
- Teekay Corporation
- Tsakos Energy Navigation
- Ultrapetrol
- Wilh Wilhelmsen Holding ASA
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