Shipbuilding is a modern and comprehensive industry of strategic importance that provides technical equipment to industries such as water traffic, ocean development and national defense. China's shipbuilding industry has been developing rapidly with the government's policy support and cost advantages since the beginning of the 21st century. China-made mainstream ships including container ships, bulk carriers and oil tankers and high-end ships including liquefied gas carriers have certain competitive advantages on the international market. In the recent decade, the global shipbuilding industry presented a market structure of tripartite China-South Korea-Japan competition.
The global market share of China's shipbuilding industry rose significantly from 2007 to 2017. In 2017, the quantity of completed ships was 42.68 million DWT, increasing by 20.9% YOY; the quantity of new orders was 33.73 million DWT, increasing by 60.1% YOY. China’s shipbuilding industry captured the largest global market share in all the three major indicators with the quantities of completed ships, new orders and orders on hand accounting for 41.9%, 45.5% and 44.6% respectively of the global total. China has become one of the most important shipbuilding centers in the world.
As a typical cyclical industry, shipbuilding is closely related with global economic environment and shipping market. For example, the financial crisis in 2008 had a profound influence in shipbuilding, which urged the global shipbuilding industry to cut overcapacity and carry out transformation and upgrading. Since 2013, the quantity of new orders has been declining and the quantity of orders on hand has declined for four consecutive years, which reduced the capacity from 80 million DWT in 2012 to 65 million DWT at the end of 2015. At the end of 2017, the quantity of orders on hand was 87.23 million DWT, falling by 12.4% YOY. As the quantity of orders on hand has declined for four consecutive years, most shipbuilders can only maintain a workload of about one year. In 2017, new orders tended to concentrate in dominant enterprises. The top 10 shipbuilders accounted for 73.4% of the total quantity of new orders and 58.3% of the total quantity of completed ships. Four Chinese shipbuilders ranked among the global top 10 by the quantity of new orders, and five Chinese shipbuilders ranked among the global top 10 by the quantity of completed ships. In 2017, the prices of upstream raw materials, human cost and financing cost kept rising while the increase in ship prices was little. Therefore, the profitability of Chinese shipbuilders was still low.
From 2018 to 2022, the global economy and the global shipping market are expected to grow, which will lead to a rising demand for new ships. Meanwhile, the increasing global investment in oil and gas development will require more offshore oil and gas platforms and promote the development of offshore wind farm equipment and LNG related equipment. It is expected that the export volume of China-made ships will continue to grow from 2018 to 2022 because China's shipping industry has certain cost advantage on the international market.
- Development environment of global and domestic shipbuilding industry
- Analysis on shipbuilding supply and demand in China
- Exports of ships from China
- Analysis on competition in China's shipbuilding industry
- Major shipbuilders in China
- Analysis on shipbuilding costs and prices of new ships
- Factors influencing the development of China's shipbuilding industry
- Prospect of China's shipbuilding industry, 2018-2022
1 Basic Concepts of Shipbuilding Industry
1.1 Definition of Shipbuilding Industry
1.2 Classification of Ship Products
1.3.1 Parameters and Assumptions
1.3.2 Data Sources
2 Analysis on China's Shipbuilding Industry
2.1 Development Environment of China's Shipbuilding Industry
2.1.1 Economic Environment
2.1.2 Policy Environment
2.1.3 Technological Environment
2.2 Shipbuilding Supply in China
2.2.1 Analysis on China's Shipbuilding Capacity
2.2.2 Main Operational Indicators of China's Shipbuilding Industry
2.3 Analysis on China's Demand for Ships
2.3.1 Overall Demand
2.3.2 Demand in Segment Markets
2.4 Exports of Ships from China
2.4.2 Major Export Destinations
2.4.3 Export Structure
3 Analysis on Competition in China's Shipbuilding Industry
3.1 Barriers to Entry in China's Shipbuilding Industry
3.1.1 Policy Barriers
3.1.2 Capital Barriers
3.1.3 Technological Barriers
3.2 Competition Structure of China's Shipbuilding Industry
3.2.1 Bargaining Power of Upstream Suppliers
3.2.2 Bargaining Power of Consumers
3.2.3 Internal Competition of Shipbuilding Industry
3.2.4 Potential Entrants to Shipbuilding Industry
3.2.5 Threats from Substitutes
4 Analysis on Major Shipbuilders in China, 2015-2018
4.1 Shanghai Waigaoqiao Shipbuilding Co., Ltd.
4.2 Yangzijiang Shipbuildng (Holdings) Ltd.
4.3 Dalian Shipbuilding Industry Co., Ltd.
4.4 Guangzhou Shipyard International Co., Ltd.
4.5 Nantong COSCO KHI Ship Engineering Co., Ltd.
4.6 CSSC Chengxi Shipyard Co., Ltd.
4.7 Qingdao Beihai Shipbuilding Industry Co., Ltd.
4.8 Hudong-Zhonghua Shipbuilding (Group) Co., Ltd.
4.9 Jiangsu New Times Shipbuilding Co., Ltd.
4.10 CSC Jinling Shipyard
5 Analysis on Shipbuilding Costs and Ship Prices in China, 2015-2018
5.1 Analysis on Shipbuilding Costs
5.2 Analysis on Ship Prices
6 Forecast on Development of China's Shipbuilding Industry, 2018-2022
6.1 Factors Influencing Development of China's Shipbuilding Industry
6.1.1 Driving Forces and Market Opportunities
6.1.2 Threats and Challenges
6.2 Forecast on Shipbuilding Supply in China
6.2.1 Forecast on Production Capacity
6.2.2 Forecast on Completion of Ships
6.3 Forecast on Shipbuilding Demand in China
6.3.1 Domestic Demand
6.3.2 Forecast on Export of Ships from China, 2018-2022
Chart Classification of Ship Products in China
Chart Major Policies on China's Shipbuilding Industry
Chart Quantity of Ships Completed in China, 2013-2017
Chart Quantity of New Shipbuilding Orders in China, 2013-2017
Chart Quantity of Shipbuilding Orders on Hand in China, 2013-2017
Chart Sales Revenue of China's Shipbuilding Industry, 2013-2017
Chart Export Value of Ships in China, 2013-2017
Chart Profile of Guangzhou Shipyard International Co., Ltd.
Chart Shipbuilding Revenue of Guangzhou Shipyard International Co., Ltd., 2013-2017
Chart Price Trend of Shipbuilding Plates in China, 2015-2018
Chart Price Index of New Ships in China
Chart Analysis on China's Shipbuilding Capacity
Chart Forecast on Market Size of China's Shipbuilding Industry, 2018-2022
Chart Forecast on Export Volume of China's Shipbuilding Industry, 2018-2022
- Shanghai Waigaoqiao Shipbuilding Co., Ltd.
- Yangzijiang Shipbuildng (Holdings) Ltd.
- Dalian Shipbuilding Industry Co., Ltd.
- Guangzhou Shipyard International Co., Ltd.
- Nantong COSCO KHI Ship Engineering Co., Ltd.
- CSSC Chengxi Shipyard Co., Ltd.
- Qingdao Beihai Shipbuilding Industry Co., Ltd.
- Hudong-Zhonghua Shipbuilding (Group) Co., Ltd.
- Jiangsu New Times Shipbuilding Co., Ltd.
- CSC Jinling Shipyard