China Shipping & Port Industry Report - 2014

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China Shipping & Port Industry Report - 2014

This report profiles China’s shipping and port industry, covering data up to March 31, 2014. The report also discusses market trends and highlights key leading players in the sector including China Shipping Container Lines, China Shipping Development, COSCO Shipping, Shanghai International Port (Group), Tianjin Port Holdings, Ningbo Port Group and Dalian Port (PDA).

The world shipping industry was still overshadowed by shipping capacity oversupply and weak international trade in 2013. Freight rates continued to decline amid nominal increase in capacity due to new deliveries. Slow steaming and the dismantling of old vessels were less effective as mitigation measures. Countries around the world continued to invest in port development amid world trade uncertainties.

Growth in international trade was single digit for China in 2013. China saw a decline in exports value but an increase in imports value during the first quarter of 2014. China-ASEAN trades are expected to be one of the bright spots for container trade. Chinese liner companies need to navigate the rough water in 2014 despite the increasing containerization in general cargo trade due to prolonged oversupply globally.

Key Points:

• The number of berths that are capable of receiving 10,000-dwt vessels and larger is on the rise.

• Dry bulk commodities remained the largest category of imports in 2013.

• New shipping capacity will continue to drive Chinese liner companies to operate their vessels efficiently while keep costs under tight control in 2014.

Table of Contents

1. Industry Profile
1.1 Global Shipping Industry
1.2 Global Port Industry
1.3 China Shipping Industry
1.4 China Port Industry

2. Market Trends and Outlook
2.1 Container Shipping in China
2.2 Dry Bulk Shipping in China
2.3 Port Development in China

3. Leading Players and Comparative Matrix
3.1 Leader Players
3.1.1 Shipping China Shipping Container Lines Co. Ltd China Shipping Development Co. Ltd COSCO Shipping Co. Ltd
3.1.2 Ports Shanghai International Port (Group) Co. Ltd Tianjin Port Holdings Co. Ltd Ningbo Port Group Co. Ltd Dalian Port (PDA) Co. Ltd
3.2 Comparative Matrix
3.3 SWOT Analysis

4. Tables and Charts

Table 1: International Seaborne Trade (Million of Tons Loaded)
Table 2: Top 20 Vessel Owners by Country or Territory (January 2013)
Table 3: Top 20 World Container Ports
Table 4: Freight Throughput at Major Coastal Ports
Table 5: Container Throughput at the Top 10 Ports in China (TEUs)
Table 6: CSCL financial highlights
Table 7: CSDC financial highlights
Table 8: COSCOL financial highlights
Table 9: SIPG financial highlights
Table 10: Tianjin Port financial highlights
Table 11: Ningbo Port financial highlights
Table 12: Dalian Port financial highlights
Table 13: Selected Peer Comparison of Key Financial Ratios

Chart 1: World Seaborne Trade
Chart 2: Seaborne Trade by Percentage Share in World Tonnage 2012
Chart 3: World Fleet by Principle Vessel types (January 2013)
Chart 4: New ConTex
Chart 5: China International Trade (Value)
Chart 6: China International Trade (Volume)
Chart 7: Waterway Freight Turnover and Traffic
Chart 8: Coastal Ports Freight Throughput by Category of Goods
Chart 9: River Ports Freight Throughput by Category of Goods
Chart 10: China Containerized Freight Index (CCFI)
Chart 11: China Coastal Bulk Freight Index (CCBFI)
Chart 12: Fixed Asset Investment in Ports
Chart 13: Number of Productive Berths at Coastal Ports
Chart 14: Number of Productive Berths at Inland River Ports
Chart 15: CSCL Segment Revenue 2013
Chart 16: CSDC Segment Revenue 2013
Chart 17: COSCOL Segment Revenue 2013
Chart 18: SIPG Segment Revenue 2013
Chart 19: Tianjin Port Segment Revenue 2013
Chart 20: Ningbo Port Segment Revenue 2013
Chart 21: Dalian Port Segment Revenue 2013

Number of pages: 38
Release Date: Thu, 08 May 2014