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Research Report on China Shipbuilding Industry, 2010-2019

Ever since China's entry into the WTO, shipbuilding industry has kept growing.

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Ever since China's entry into the WTO, shipbuilding industry has kept growing. And its direct contribution to many industries like water transport, fishing and ocean development has raised its status in national economy.
Since the 1990s, the number of finished ship has kept increasing, making China one of the shipbuilding centers in the world. In 2014, 39.05 million dwt of ships were built, decreasing 13.9% year on year. And 59.95 dwt of new vessels was ordered, decreasing 14.2% year on year.
By the end of 2014, 148.90 million dwt of ships were being handled by Chinese shipbuilding enterprises, increasing 13.7% year on year, 33.11 million dwt of ships had been finished and exported, decreasing 7.3% year on year, 55.51 million dwt of ships were ordered for export, decreasing 14.3% year on year and 142.80 million dwt of ships for export were being handled, increasing 23.7% year on year. And ships for export accounted for 84.8% of finished ships, 92.6% of newly ordered ships and 95.9% of ships being handled.
In 2014, China's ship export totaled USD 23.78 billion, decreasing 14.1% year on year while its ship import totaled USD 1.2 billion, decreasing 37.1% year on year.
According to the statistics, in 2014, ship export value hit its bottom since 2009 which reported USD 28.36 billion. Ever since export value reached its historical high of USD 43.69 billion in 2011, it has kept dropping with a decline of over 10% in 2012 and 25.3% in 2013 as a result of international financial crisis.
In 2014, although the new order showed a high-to-low trend in global ship market and the ocean engineering equipment market kept shrinking, local shipping companies and ocean engineering key enterprises with their own advantages managed to receive an order of 59.95 dwt of ships which remained first in the world with a market share of 50.5%, a 2.6% increase from 2013. In 2014, shipbuilding enterprises received a USD 14.76 billion order of 31 ocean engineering equipments and 149 ships which ranked first in the world with a market share of 35.2% and increased 5.7% compared with 2013.
Since the beginning of 2014, the Chinese government has issued a minor stimulus package which has loosened the tight supply of money. The fast decrease of short-term interest rate, in particular, has created good financing opportunities for shipping industry. China State Shipbuilding Corporation has successfully issued CNY 5 billion SCP with an annual rate of 4.65%, which has reduced financing cost. The Export-Import Bank of China also provided China Shipbuilding Industry Corporation with CNY 9 billion working capital loan at a favorable rate, which has relieved its financing pressure and boosted its development. Meanwhile, ship financial leasing has undergone rapid development and become a major financing channel only second to bank loan. According to the statistics, in 2014, Minsheng Financial Leasing Co., Ltd, Bank of Communications Financial Leasing Co., Ltd and China State Shipbuilding (Hong Kong) Shipping Leasing Co., Ltd together made over 4 million dwt of ships, contributing a lot to Chinese shipbuilding industry with their innovative model.
With regard to the difficulties facing shipping industry, the Chinese government has issued many important documents concerning elimination of old ships and fund support since 2013 so as to support its transformation and upgrading.
In the short term, the monopoly of companies in developed countries on high-end equipment and design is difficult to break while Korean enterprises' status in ocean engineering equipment manufacturing is ingrained. Therefore, the struggle for low-end equipment manufacturing market between China and Singapore will continue. Hence the pressing problem of improving R&D and the capability of building high-end equipment for Chinese ship manufacturers.
There is still huge space for shipbuilding industry to grow in the next few years due to cost advantage compared with such countries as Japan and Korea and increasing domestic demand which attracts global capital.

Readers can get at least the following information through this report:
-policy and economic environment facing shipbuilding industry in China
-supply and demand of shipbuilding industry in China
-major shipbuilding enterprises in China
-competition in shipbuilding market in China
-import and export of shipbuilding industry in China
-expectation to shipbuilding industry in China

The author suggests the following groups of people purchase this report:
-related enterprises in industrial chain of shipbuilding industry
-shipping company
-shipowner
-investors/research institutions interested in shipbuilding industry in China

Table of Contents

1 Status Quo of Shipbuilding Industry in China
1.1 Definition and Classification
1.1.1 Definition
1.1.2 Classification
1.2 Status of Shipbuilding Industry in Chinese Economy
1.2.1 Industrial Size
1.2.2 Labor Productivity

2 Development Environment of Shipbuilding Industry in China, 2011-2015
2.1 Economic Environment
2.1.1 Chinese Economy
2.1.2 Global Economy
2.2 Industrial Policy
2.2.1 Policy Overview
2.2.2 Policy Trend

3 Operation Status of Shipbuilding Industry in China, 2011-2014
3.1 Supply Analysis
3.1.1 Finished Ship Number
3.1.2 Supply Structure
3.2 Demand Analysis
3.2.1 Total Demand
3.2.2 Demand Structure
3.2.3 Analysis of Price Change
3.4 Investment and Financing Analysis
3.4.1 Fixed Asset Investment
3.4.2 Investment Orientation in Shipbuilding Industry
3.4.3 Acquisition and Reorganization

4 Competition in Shipbuilding Industry, 2011-2015
4.1 Barrier to Entry and Exit
4.1.1 Barrier to Entry
4.1.2 Barrier to Exit
4.2 Competitive Structure
4.2.1 Competition among Existing Enterprises
4.2.2 Bargaining Power of Upstream Supplier
4.2.3 Bargaining Power of Client
4.2.4 Threat Posed by Newcomer
4.2.5 Alternatives
4.3 Characteristics of Shipbuilding Industry in China
4.3.1 China as a Large Ship Producer
4.3.2 China as Future Shipbuilding Center
4.3.3 Transformation of Shipbuilding Industry to Hi-tech
4.3.4 Related Industries of Shipbuilding Industry

5 Industrial Chain Analysis of Shipbuilding Industry in China, 2011-2015
5.1 Introduction to Industrial Chain of Shipbuilding Industry
5.2 Influence of Upstream Industry
5.2.1 Ship Cost
5.2.2 Steel Industry
5.2.3 Supporting Equipment for Ship
5.3 Influence of Downstream Industry
5.3.1 Demand Analysis
5.3.2 Freight
5.3.3 Passenger Transport

6 Analysis of Shipbuilding Sub-industries in China, 2011-2014
6.1 Introduction to Sub-industries
6.2 Metal Ship Manufacturing
6.2.1 Industrial Profile
6.2.2 Operation Characteristics
6.2.3 Development Trend
6.3 Supporting Equipment for Ship
6.4 Ship Repair and Scrapping
6.5 SWOT Analysis of Shipbuilding Sub-industries in China

7 Import and Export Analysis of Shipbuilding Industry in China, 2011-2014
7.1 Import
7.1.1 Overview
7.1.2 Import Structure
7.2 Export
7.2.1 Overview
7.2.2 Export Structure
7.2.3 Major Export Destinations

8 Analysis of Key Enterprises in Shipbuilding Industry in China, 2011-2015
8.1 Shanghai Waigaoqiao Shipbuilding Co., Ltd
8.1.1 Company Profile
8.1.2 Operation Status
8.2 Dalian Shipbuilding Industry Co., Ltd
8.3 New Times Shipbuilding Co., Ltd
8.4 Yangzijiang Shipbuilding Co., Ltd.
8.5 China Rongsheng Heavy Industries
8.6 Hudong-Zhonghua Shipbuilding (Group) Co., Ltd
8.7 Zhoushan Jinhaiwan Shipyard Co.,Ltd.
8.8 Nantong COSCO KHI Ship Engineering
8.9 Bohai Shipbuilding Heavy Industry Co., Ltd
8.10 Dayang Shipbuilding Co., Ltd

9 Expectation to Shipbuilding Industry in China, 2010-2019
9.1 Factors Affecting Development of Shipbuilding Industry in China
9.1.1 Macro-economy
9.1.2 Industrial Policy
9.1.3 Market Demand
9.2 Supply and Demand Forecast of Shipbuilding Industry in China, 2010-2019
9.2.1 Production Forecast
9.2.2 Demand Forecast of Shipbuilding Industry in China
9.2.3 Import and Export Forecast of Shipbuilding Industry
9.3 Investment Outlook of Shipbuilding Industry in China, 2010-2019
9.3.1 Investment Opportunity by Fields
9.3.2 Investment Opportunity by Regions
9.4 Advice on Investment and Development

Table of Selected Charts

Chart Classification of Shipbuilding Industry in China
Chart Finished Ship Number in China, 2007-2014
Chart Sales Revenue of Shipbuilding Industry, 2007-2014
Chart Chinese GDP, 2010-2014
Chart Key Policy for Shipbuilding Industry in China, 2011-2015
Chart Number of Finished Dry Bulk Ship in China, 2010-2014
Chart Number of Finished Container Ship in China, 2010-2014
Chart Production of Civil Steel Ships in China, 2007-2014
Chart Handling and New Orders of Shipbuilding Industry in China, 2007-2014
Chart Order of Dry Bulk Ship in China, 2010-2014
Chart Acquisition and Reorganization in Shipbuilding Industry in China, 2011-2014
Chart Industrial Chain of Shipbuilding Industry in China
Chart Sales Revenue of Metal Ship Manufacturing in China, 2010-2014
Chart Operation Indicators of Shipbuilding Industry in Major Shipbuilding Nations in the World, 2011-2014
Chart Import Volume and Value of Ship in China, 2010-2014
Chart Major Sources of Import of Ship in China in 2014
Chart Export Volume of Chinese Ships, 2010-2014
Chart Export Value of Chinese Ships, 2010-2014
Chart Forecast of Finished Ship Number in China, 2010-2019
Chart Scale Forecast of Shipbuilding Market in China, 2010-2019


  • Charts: 50
  • Pages: 70
  • Published Date: 2015/8/18
  • Geography Coverd: China
  • Publisher: China Research and Inteligence

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