Global Shipbuilding Market Report: 2014 Edition



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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 shipyards. Shipbuilding process starts with inquiries from customers, followed by completion of various processes until the vessel is completed. Modern shipbuilding involves multiple participants to design, construct and maintain a ship. The shipbuilding value chain is comprised of three major phases: pre-production, production, and postproduction. In 2013, new ship building orders rose up to an incredible level from last year. Five years have passed since the commencement of the economic crisis which saw the downfall of many shipping companies and shipyards and a dramatic diminution in the number and the cost of newbuilding orders. However, 2013 marked a significant change with a strong revival in ship orders, which tripled compared to last year, and with an increased demand and the volume of the shipyards orderbooks.

Shipbuilding industry is mostly dominated by Asian players, such as South Korea, China and Japan. In 2013, China led the market with the largest orderbook, while South Korea was leading in terms of contracting. The European shipbuilding industry recorded a remarkable growth in 2013, with new orders and increased orderbooks. The emerging nations such as India, Vietnam, Brazil, the Philippines, and Turkey recorded significant growth in shipbuilding industry.

Rising global GDP is one of the key growth driver for the shipbuilding industry. Major challenges associated with shipbuilding are environmental regulations and rising fuel costs. Shipbuilding industry is undergoing various industrial developments like virtualization, robotics in shipyards and green shipbuilding.

The shipbuilding companies function in an extremely competitive environment with productivity; development capabilities; and the skills and competence being the key aspects. The shipbuilding industry is chiefly dominated by players such as Hyundai Heavy Industries, Daewoo Shipbuilding, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries and Samsung Heavy Industries.
Table of Content

1. Overview
1.1 Shipbuilding: An Introduction
1.2 Shipbuilding Process
1.3 Ship Building Cycle
1.4 Shipbuilding Industry Value Chain

2. Market Size
2.1 Global Shipbuilding Market
  • New Orders
  • Completions
  • Orderbook
  • Price Index
  • Regional Breakdown
2.2 Regional Markets
2.2.1 South Korea
  • New Orders
  • Completions
  • Orderbook
  • Deliveries
2.2.2 Japan
  • New Orders
  • Completions
  • Orderbook
  • Deliveries
2.2.3 China
  • New Orders
  • Completions
  • Orderbook
  • Deliveries
2.2.4 Europe
  • New Orders
  • Completions
  • Orderbook
2.2.5 Emerging Markets
  • India
  • Vietnam
  • Philippines
  • Brazil
  • Turkey
3. Shipbuilding Segment Analysis
3.1 Tanker
3.1.1 Market Size
3.1.2 Market Outlook
3.2 Bulk Carrier
3.2.1 Market Size
3.2.2 Market Outlook
3.3 Containerships
3.3.1 Market Size
3.3.2 Market Outlook
3.4 LPG/LNG Carrier
3.4.1 Market Size
3.4.2 Market Outlook

4. Market Dynamics
4.1 Key Trends
4.1.1 Recovering Shipbuilding Industry
4.1.2 Dominating Countries Korea-China-Japan
4.1.3 Crude Tankers – A Growing Segment
4.1.4 Decline in Dry Bulk Share
4.1.5 Rising Global GDP
4.1.6 Commercial Vessels
4.2 Challenges
4.2.1 Environmental Regulations
4.2.2 Rising Fuel Costs
4.3 Industry Developments
4.3.1 Green Fuelled Ships
4.3.2 Robotics in Shipbuilding
4.3.3 Virtualization in Shipbuilding

5. Competitive Landscape
5.1 Global Market
5.2 Korea
5.3 Japan

6. Company Profiles
6.1 Hyundai Heavy Industries
6.1.1 Business Overview
6.1.2 Financial Overview
6.1.3 Business Strategies
  • Leadership in Shipbuilding Industry
  • Focus on Research and Development
6.2 Samsung Heavy Industries
6.2.1 Business Overview
6.2.2 Financial Overview
6.2.3 Business Strategies
  • Offering Unparalleled Cost Competitiveness
  • Focus on Eco-Friendly Shipbuilding
6.3. Daewoo Shipbuilding and Marine Engineering
6.3.1 Business Overview
6.3.2 Financial Overview
6.3.3 Business Strategies
  • Focus on Research and Innovation
6.4 Mitsubishi Heavy Industries
6.4.1 Business Overview
6.4.2 Financial Overview
6.4.3 Business Strategies
  • Technical Advancements
  • Step Up Business Expansion
New Orders for Bulk Carriers, Tankers and Containerships (2009-2013)
Competitive Advantages Offered by World Shipbuilding Companies
LNG Carrier Orders (2013)
Japan’s Largest Shipbuilding Companies Yards Controlled (2013)
Global New Shipbuilding Orders (2010-2014E)
Global Shipbuilding Completions and Orderbook (2009-2013)
Worldwide Fleet Growth (2010-2015E)
Newbuilding Price Index of Shipbuilding Industry (2009- Jan 2014)
World Seaborne Trade in Tonnes (2009-2013E)
Shipbuilding Completions by Countries (2013)
Global Shipbuilding Orderbook by Region (2013)
Global Shipbuilding Delivery by Region (2013)
Global Shipbuilding Contracting by Region (2013)
South Korean Shipbuilding Activity (2008-2013)
Ship Deliveries in South Korea by DWT (2008-2013)
Japan’s Shipbuilding Activity (2008-2013)
Ship Deliveries in Japan by DWT (2008-2013)
China’s Shipbuilding Activity (2008-2013)
Ship Deliveries in China by DWT (2008-2013)
European Shipbuilding Activity (2008-2013)
European Shipbuilding Orderbook by Country (2013)
Emerging Markets Shipbuilding Orderbook (2013)
Indian Shipbuilding Activity (2008-2013)
Vietnam Shipbuilding Activity (2008-2013)
The Philippines Shipbuilding Activity (2008-2013)
Brazil Shipbuilding Activity (2008-2013E)
Turkey Shipbuilding Activity (2008-2013)
New Orders of Tankers (2010-2014E)
Completions of Tankers (2010-2013)
Delivery of Tankers (2008-2015E)
New Orders of Bulk Carriers (2010-2014E)
Completions of Bulk Carriers (2010-2013)
Delivery of Bulkers and Combos (2008-2015E)
Containerships Market - Regional Share (2013)
Global New Orders of Containerships (2010-2014E)
Completions of Containerships (2010-2013)
Delivery of Containerships (2008-2015E)
Global New Orders of LNG Carrier (2010-2014E)
Completions of LNG Carriers (2010-2013)
Delivery of LNG Carrier (2008-2015E)
Delivery of LPG Carrier (2008-2015E)
Global Dry Bulk Trade (2013E)
Global Dry Bulk Vessel Orderbook as % of Total Fleet (2007-2013E)
Global GDP and Trade Growth (2011-2014E)
Global LNG Carrier Orders (2010-2013E)
New Orders of Korean Shipbuilding (2011-2014E)
Drillship Orderbook for Korean Big 3 (2014E-2016E)
HHI’s Revenues by Business Segments (2013)
HHI’s Revenues (2011-2013)
SHI’s Revenues by Business Segments (2013)
SHI’s Revenues (2009-2013)
Daewoo Revenues and Net Income (2009-2013)
MHI’s Revenues by Business Segments (2013)