Global Shipping Exchanges data is available in digital format on Shipping
Clarkson Research publishes on Shipping Intelligence Network key, up to the
minute data on publicly listed shipowning companies and shipping IPO and bond
The Global Shipping Exchanges 2006 report brought together Clarkson Research’s
database of ships and financials for the first time, revealing that shipping
companies listed on stock exchanges across the globe control a very significant
portion of the world fleet. This is the second report on global investment in
shipping (KG Shipping & Finance was the first) and the report takes a close look
at the role of equity markets in shipping, and answers the following questions:
How many stock exchanges carry shipping companies?
What is the global market cap of shipping?
What proportion of the world's fleet is represented on the world's stock
Which shipping sectors are best represented?
On which exchanges?
How many public shipping companies are there?
What was their turnover and profit in 2005?
In addition there are over 30 tables of analysis, including tables on the
companies, exchanges, fleet, investment behaviour, IPOs and share prices. There
are profiles of selected public shipping companies, and a register of the ships
that public listed companies own and operate.
A concise Executive Summary and Overview of Key issues, including Shipping
Exchanges, Market Cap and Financials, Public Shipping Companies, Shipping
Company Behaviour, Shipping Company IPOs, Shipping Company Indices and Other
Public Companies involved in Shipping.
Section 1. Analysis
The Public Shipping Company Fleets
Public Shipping Company Behaviour
Other Public Shipping Companies Involved in Shipping
Other Financial Information
Section 2. Company Profiles
The Company Profiles includes a selection of prominent companies and recent IPOs
Section 3. Fleet Lists
A complete list of all the owned and operated publicly owned ships (Name, type,
unit, year of build).