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In the backdrop of all the major international agencies revising their estimates of the world GDP on the down side, the task of reviving the shipping industry for the players involved is uphill. The industry continues to struggle with the oversupply of vessels across segments. The new build deliveries although declining in Y-o-Y percentage terms is adding to the woes. As the freight rates are expected to remain subdued, the margins of the domestic players will continue to remain under pressure.

CARE Research’s report on ‘Shipping Industry’ seeks to answer queries such as: Whether the subdued world GDP growth would continue affecting the growth of sea-borne trade? What is the expected growth in world fleet size? What would be the global sea-borne trade outlook for the different vessel segments i.e. wet bulk, dry bulk & containers?

CARE Research's report on the ‘Shipping Industry’ contains comprehensive data garnered through well-established network of primary and secondary sources and detailed analysis of the sector. The report is indispensable for any company in the shipping industry, banks/FIs, policy makers, research and academic organizations, other international and national agencies etc. Additionally, the quarterly updates accompanying the subscription of the said report would form a potent tool for subscribers to keep abreast of the happenings in the industry.


SECTION-I CARE Research’s OUTLOOK
The Global Shipping Industry – Outlook
Global fleet size to expand at a CAGR of 4.1%
VLCC and Suezmax vessels to drive the growth in wet bulk segment during CY13-CY14
Capesize and Panamax vessels to drive the growth in dry bulk fleet segment during CY13-CY14
Containerships > 8,000 TEU to drive the growth in containership segment during CY13-CY14

Outlook on vessel segments
Outlook on the Wet Bulk segment
Outlook on the Dry Bulk segment
Outlook on the Containership segment

SECTION-II MARKET TRENDS CY12
Global Merchandise Trade CY12– A Snapshot
Region-wise Merchandise Trade – CY12
Global Merchandise Exports – CY12
Global Merchandise Imports – CY12

Wet Bulk Vessels

The Global Scenario

Crude Oil Reserves Globally
Global crude oil market overview
Pattern of Trade Flows: Crude oil & Oil products
Global Wet Bulk Fleet: An Overview
Developments during CY12

The Indian Scenario
Crude oil market
Petroleum, Oil and Lubricant market
Indian Wet bulk Fleet

Dry Bulk Vessels

The Global Scenario

Global Iron-ore reserves
Global Iron-Ore Market
Global Coal Market
Global Steel Market
Global Dry Bulk Fleet: An Overview
Developments during CY12

The Indian Scenario
Indian Steel production
Indian Iron-Ore Market
India Coal Market
Dry Bulk Commodities -Indian Ports
Fleet Summary

Containerships Vessels

The Global Scenario

Container Trade Overview
Global Containership Fleet: An Overview
Developments during CY12

The Indian Scenario
Container Volumes at Indian ports
Fleet Summary & Age composition

Cost Analysis
Bunker Expenses
Port Dues
Dry Docking, Repairs & Maintenance
Vessel Hire Charges
Employee Expenses
Insurance Expenses
Non- Operating Expenses
Profitability Margins

SECTION-III TREND ANALYSIS
Global Maritime Trade-Trend Analysis

Indian Maritime Trade –Trend Analysis

SECTION-IV INDUSTRY BASICS
Classification by Ship Types
Wet bulk carriers
Dry Bulk Carriers
Containerships
Specialized Vessels
Chemical carriers, LPG / LNG carriers
Offshore vessels

Industry Features
Demand side factors
World economic position
Regional disparity
Political events
Natural disasters
Supply side factors
Existing fleet size
Scrapping of vessels
Orderbook position and Capacity for Shipbuilding
Fleet productivity
Choppy revenue streams
Capital intensive
Pricing Power
Regulatory requirements
Ways of Deployment
Bareboat Charter cum Demise (BBCD)
Time Charter
Voyage Charter
Vessel Flags
Flag of Convenience (FOC)

SECTION- V COMPANY SECTION
Shipping Corporation of India (SCI)
Great Eastern Shipping Company Ltd. (GE Shipping)
Mercator Ltd. (ML)

List of Tables

SECTION-I CARE Research’s OUTLOOK

The Global Shipping Industry – Outlook
World Fleet size projection
Delivery as % of existing fleet-Estimates

Outlook on vessel segments
World Sea-Borne Trade Projections (Million Tonnes)

SECTION-II MARKET TRENDS CY12
Global Merchandise Trade CY12 – A Snapshot
Region-wise Exports growth in Y-o-Y percentage terms
Region-wise Imports growth in Y-o-Y percentage terms

Wet Bulk Vessels

The Global Scenario

Sea-borne trade of oil & oil products
Crude Oil Export-Import-CY11
Products Export-Import-CY11
Order-book & delivery schedule

The Indian Scenario
Indian Wet Bulk fleet as on December 31, 2012

Dry Bulk Vessels
The Global Scenario
Orderbook & delivery schedule

The Indian Scenario
Indian Dry Bulk fleet as on December 31, 2012

Containerships Vessels
The Global Scenario
Global Top-10 container service operators – CY11
Global Top-10 container terminals
Order-book & delivery schedule

The Indian Scenario
Indian Containership fleet as on December 31, 2012

Cost Analysis
Fuel oil & Water Expenses as % of Total Operating Expenditure
Port dues as % of total expenditure
Dry docking, Repairs & Maintenance as % of total expenditure
Vessel hire charges as % of total expenditure
Employee expenses as % of total expenditure
Insurance expenses as % of total expenditure
Interest & Finance charges Y-o-Y (Rs. Crore)
Depreciation charge Y-o-Y (Rs. Crore)
PBDIT margin (%)
PAT margin (%)

SECTION-III TREND ANALYSIS
Global Maritime Trade –Trend Analysis
Age Profile of World Fleet (dwt in % terms -as on Jan 1, 2012
No. of ships as % of total ships (as on Jan 1, 2012)

Indian Maritime Trade -Trend Analysis
Age Profile of Indian Fleet (as on December 31, 2012)
No. of ships (as on December 31, 2012)

SECTION-IV INDUSTRY BASICS
Foreign flagged vessels in countries with largest controlled fleet
Global Top -5 Open Registries

SECTION- V COMPANY SECTION
Shipping Corporation of India (SCI)
Category-wise no. of vessels owned as on March 31, 2012
Vessel’s on order as on March 31,2012
Vessel Acquisitions during FY12
Vessel disposal during FY12

Great Eastern Shipping Company Ltd. (GE Shipping)
Category-wise no. of vessels owned and average age - as on March 31, 2012
Vessel Acquisitions during FY12
Vessel Sale’s during FY12

Mercator Ltd. (ML)
Category-wise no. of vessels owned and average age - as on March 31, 2012

List of Graphs

SECTION-I CARE Research’s OUTLOOK

The Global Shipping Industry – Outlook
Expected delivery schedule by vessel segments – mn GT in %
Transition to bigger vessels-Wet Bulk
Delivery Schedule of Wet Bulk vessel segment
Wet Bulk Fleet estimates
Transition to bigger vessels- Dry Bulk
Delivery Schedule of Dry Bulk vessel segment
Dry Bulk Fleet estimates
Transition to bigger vessels-Containerships
Delivery Schedule of Containership segment
Containership Fleet estimates

Outlook on vessel segments
World: Oil & Gas Sea-Borne Trade
World: Main Dry Bulk Trade
World: Sea-Borne Dry Bulk Trade (Million Tonnes)
Global steel production & capacity utilisation estimates

SECTION-II MARKET TRENDS CY12

Wet Bulk Vessels
The Global Scenario

Crude oil proved reserves: continent-wise in %
World oil demand & supply
Break-up of oil demand
Break-up of oil supply
Global refining capacities
Crude Oil – Imports & Exports (in mb/d)
Products – Imports & Exports (in mb/d)
Growth of global wet bulk fleet
Tankers( 310,000 dwt) – New-build and second-hand vessel prices
New orders & Investments
Scrapping & Deliveries

The Indian Scenario
India – Oil production and consumption
Growth in oil imports
Crude oil Traffic at major ports – Trend Analysis
Port-wise movement of Crude oil – FY13 – mn tonnes in %
India’s Crude Oil sourcing – FY12- mn tonnes in %
Pipeline transportation of crude oil through Ports
Production & Consumption- POL
POL - Exports & Imports
POL Traffic as a % of total Import & Export traffic

Dry Bulk Vessels

The Global Scenario

Global Iron-ore Reserves
Global Iron-ore production
Major Iron-ore Exporters – mn tonnes in % : CY10
MajorIron-ore Importers – mn tonnes in % : CY10
Global Coal Reserves
Global Coal production
Major Coal Exporters – mn tonnes in % : CY11
Major Coal Importers – mn tonnes in % : CY11
Global Crude steel production
Major Semi-finished & Finished Steel Exporters during CY11- mn tonnes
Major Semi-Finished & Finished Steel Importers during CY11 – mn tonnes
Growth of global dry bulk fleet
New orders & Investments
Scrapping & Deliveries
Bulk carriers (170,000 dwt) – New-build and second-hand vessel prices

The Indian Scenario
India - Crude Steel production
Finished Steel – Imports & Exports
India - Iron-ore production
Indian Iron-ore Exports
India - Coal production
Indian Coal Imports
Dry Bulk traffic at major ports – Trend analysis
Dry Bulk - Exports & Imports
Dry Bulk traffic as a % of total Import & Export traffic
Port-wise movement of Iron-ore – FY13 – mn tonnes in %
Port-wise movement of Coal – FY13– mn tonnes in %
Port-wise movement of Fertiliser – FY13 – mn tonnes in %

Containerships Vessels

The Global Scenario

Growth of Container trade vis-à-vis total sea-borne trade
Growth in Supply of containerships
Major East-West container trade routes
Growth of global containership fleet
New orders & Investments
Scrapping & Deliveries
Containerships (4,500 TEU)- New-build and second-hand vessel prices

The Indian Scenario
Container traffic at major ports – Trend Analysis
Container volumes - Exports & Imports
Container traffic as a % of total Import & Export traffic
Port-wise movement of Containers– FY13 – mn tonnes in %

Cost Analysis
Indian Shipowners’ - Comparative cost analysis FY12

SECTION-III TREND ANALYSIS
Global Maritime Trade –Trend Analysis

World economic growth and growth in sea-borne trade
Break-up of cargo (tonnes) carried by world fleet – CY00
Break-up of cargo (tonnes) carried by world fleet – CY12
Break-up of world fleet (dwt) by ship types – CY00
Break-up of world fleet (dwt) by ship types – CY12
World fleet – tonnes carried per dwt of tankers, dry bulk carriers and all other dry cargo
% share of global merchandise trade - CY11
% share of world fleet - ownership in dwt

Indian Maritime Trade -Trend Analysis
Relationship between economic growth and growth in sea-borne trade
Growth of Indian fleet
Participation of Indian ships in India’s overseas trade
Break-up of Indian fleet (GRT) by ship type- CY03
Break-up of Indian fleet (GRT) by ship type – CY12

SECTION-IV INDUSTRY BASICS
Indexation of vessel prices

SECTION- V COMPANY SECTION
Shipping Corporation of India (SCI)
Shareholding Pattern (March 2013)
% Composition of fleet in dwt – FY12

Great Eastern Shipping Company Ltd. (GE Shipping)
Shareholding Pattern (March 2013)
% Composition of fleet in dwt – FY12

Mercator Lines Ltd. (MLL)
Shareholding Pattern (March 2013)
% Composition of fleet in dwt – FY12  


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