Global Shipbuilding Market Report: 2013 Edition


#174793

60pages

Koncept Analytics

$ 800

In Stock


The shipbuilding industry comprises the production of several vessels such as bulk carriers, tankers, and container ships, deployed for serving varied purposes. The global shipbuilding industry witnessed remarkable fluctuations. The very industry grew continuously from 2003 till 2007, but the industrial output moved in the negative quadrant during 2008-2009 on account of the ragged macro-economic conditions and financial crisis. The industry did perform modestly better in 2010, but again collapsed in 2011. The sluggish movement of global shipbuilding market was reflective of weak economic fundamentals, euro zone debt crisis, and unavailability of shipping loans. 

The industry outlook for 2013 appears bleak on account of over-capacities. The over-capacities are results of two key factors: the huge productivity improvements in shipyards over the last 30 years; and the over-investment in the industry. The industry stock value remained volatile in the European capital markets due to tighter ship financing and continuous fall in new building prices.

Shipbuilding industry is largely subjugated by Asian players, such as South Korea, China and Japan. China reined the market with the largest order-book in 2012, while Korea re-established its leadership position in new-building order activity. The emerging nations of the world such as India, Vietnam, Brazil, the Philippines, and Turkey recorded significant growth in their domestic shipbuilding industry.

In 2012, the total shipyard orders declined as more tonnage was delivered than contracted. Only one-third of global yard capacity was in demand during the period cited. Small and medium-sized shipyards struggled to meet their delivery schedules. Therefore, it is expected that many yards will be running out of orders in the year 2013 and 2014.

On the industry development front, research and innovation is the core of shipbuilding industry; with worldwide companies in fray for introducing technologically advanced and eco-friendly products. The shipbuilding companies operate in an intensely competitive environment with productivity and production range of shipyards; research and development capabilities; and the level of worker skill and competence being the key factors driving contention. The shipbuilding industry is chiefly dominated by Korean players such as Hyundai Heavy Industries, Daewoo Shipbuilding and Marine Engineering, and Samsung Heavy Industries.

The report analyzes the global shipbuilding market with focus on Europe, Korea, Japan and China. It discusses the major trends, growth drivers and challenges for the shipbuilding industry. The report presents the competitive structure of the industry and profiles major players with a discussion of their key business strategies.
TABLE OF CONTENT

1. Overview
1.1 Shipbuilding: An Introduction
1.2 Shipbuilding Process
1.3 Ship Building Cycle

2. Global Shipbuilding Market
2.1 New Order Growth
2.2 New Building Prices
2.3 Cancellations
2.4 Deliveries

3. Shipbuilding Market - Regional Analysis
Completions
Orderbook
Backlog
Deliveries
3.1 Major Markets
3.1.1 Europe
3.1.2 South Korea
3.1.3 Japan
3.1.4 China
3.2 Emerging Markets
3.2.1 India
3.2.2 Vietnam
3.2.3 The Philippines
3.2.4 Brazil
3.2.5 Turkey

4. Global Shipbuilding Market - Segment Analysis
4.1 Tanker
4.1.1 Market Size
4.1.2 Market Outlook
4.2 Bulker
4.2.1 Market Size
4.2.2 Market Outlook
4.3 Container
4.3.1 Market Size
4.3.2 Market Outlook

5. Market Dynamics
5.1 Trends & Developments
5.1.1 Restructuring of the Industry
5.1.2 Plummeted Syndicated Loans for Ship Financing
5.1.3 Strapping New Orders for Drilling Units
5.1.4 Global Dominance of Korea-China-Japan
5.1.5 Continuous Weakness in Dry Bulk Sector
5.2 Growth Drivers
5.2.1 Recovery through Containership Orders
5.2.2 Rising Order Receipts
5.2.3 Growing Global GDP
5.2.4 New Orders of LNG Carriers
5.3 Challenges
5.3.1 Decline in Newbuilding Prices
5.3.2 Eco-Friendly Vessels

6. Competitive Landscape

7. Company Profiles
7.1 Hyundai Heavy Industries Co. Ltd.
Business Overview
Financial Overview
Business Strategies
Leadership in Shipbuilding Industry
Focus on Environmental Issues
7.2 Samsung Heavy Industries Co., Ltd.
Business Overview
Financial Overview
Business Strategies
Unparalleled Cost Competitiveness
Focus on Eco-Friendly Shipbuilding
7.3 Daewoo Shipbuilding and Marine Engineering Company Ltd.
Business Overview
Financial Overview
Business Strategies
Focus on Research and Innovation
Expansion through Strategic Partnerships
7.4 Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd.
Business Overview
Financial Overview
Business Strategies
Step Up Business Expansion
Expansion in R&D Activities

Newbuilding Prices by Ship Types (2009-November 2012)
Regional Breakdown of Asian Shipbuilding Industry
Global GDP and World Trade Growth Forecasts (2011-2014E)
Competitive Advantages Offered by World Shipbuilding Companies

Global New Shipbuilding Orders (2007-2012)
Global Shipbuilding Completions and Orderbook (2007-2012)
Global New Shipbuilding Orders in terms of DWT (2008-2012)
Newbuilding Price Index (2008- July 2013)
Global Shipbuilding Order Cancellations (2010-2012)
Global Shipbuilding Order Cancellations in terms of DWT (2008-2012)
Deliveries in the Global Shipbuilding Market (2008-2013E)
World Market Share in Global Shipbuilding Completions (2012)
World Market Share in Global Shipbuilding Order book (2012)
Breakdown of Global Shipbuilding Order Backlog
Global Shipbuilding Share of Delivery (based on CGT)
Europe’s Shipbuilding Activity (2008-2012)
South Korean Shipbuilding Activity (2008-2012)
Shipbuilding Order Cancellations in South Korea (2009-2012)
Japan’s Shipbuilding Activity (2008-2012)
New Shipbuilding Deliveries of Japan (2012)
China’s Shipbuilding Activity (2008-2012)
Delivery Level in China’s Shipbuilding Industry (2009-2012)
Shipbuilding Order Cancellations in China (2012)
Indian Shipbuilding Activity (2008-2012)
Vietnam Shipbuilding Activity (2008-2012)
The Philippines Shipbuilding Activity (2008-2012)
Brazil Shipbuilding Activity (2008-2012)
Turkey Shipbuilding Activity (2008-2012)
New Orders, Deliveries and Backlogs of Tankers (2006-2012)
Tanker Newbuilding Orders and Price Index (2006-2012)
New Orders, Deliveries and Backlogs of Bulkers (2006-2012)
Bulk Carrier Newbuilding Orders and Price Index (2006-2012)
New Orders, Deliveries and Backlogs of Containers (2006-2012)
Containership Newbuilding Orders and Price Index (2006-2012)
Restructuring of the Korean and Chinese Shipbuilding Industries (2008-2012)
Syndicated Loan Trend in Global Ship Financing Market (2007- 1-3Q12)
Global New Order Trend & Forecast for Drilling Units (2007-2013E)
Global Annual Deliveries of Drilling Units (2008-2013E)
Japanese Big-3 Shipbuilders Capacity (2012)
Korean Big-3 Shipbuilders Capacity (2012)
Dry Bulk Vessel Orderbook as % of Total Fleet (2001-2012)
Global Containership Orders (2007-2014E)
Delivery of Containerships & Share of Large Vessels (2010-2015E)
Order Receipts & Forecasts by Company (2010-2014E)
Global LNG Carrier Orders (2006-2013E)
Newbuilding Price Forecast Index (2006-2015F)
New Orders of Korean Shipyards (2012-2013P)
Korean Shipyards’ Order Backlog Trend (2010-1012)
HHI’s Revenues by Business Segments (2012)
HHI’s Revenues and Net Income (2010-2012)
SHI’s Revenues and Net Income (2008-2012)
DSME’s Revenues by Business Segments (2012)
DSME’s Revenues and Net Income (2010-2012)
MHI’s Revenues by Business Segments (2012)
MHI’s Revenues and Net Income (2006-2012)