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Cargo Shipping Market by Cargo Type (Liquid, Dry, General, Container), Industry Type (Food, Electrical/Electronics, Mineral Fuels & Oils, Manufacturing), Trade Routes, Infrastructure, Regulations, and by Freight Forwarding - Global Trends and Forecast to 2021

By: marketsandmarkets.com
Publishing Date: July 2016
Report Code: AT 4434

 

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The cargo shipping market is estimated to gain momentum after fiscal year 2018 after years of sluggish growth. Cargo shipping market is projected to reach 12.52 Billion Tons at CAGR of 3.5% from 2016 to 2021. Global economic growth, rise in the commodity demand will be the key drivers of the growth in the global shipping cargo trade. In this study, 2015 has been considered as the base year, and 2016 to 2021, the forecast period for estimating the market size of vehicle security. The study segments the cargo shipping trends on the basis of cargo type, industry type, and major trade routes.

Objectives of the Study

  • To define, describe and analyse current and future trends in global cargo shipping industry
  • To analyze the impact of these trends on global cargo shipping industry and its stakeholders.
  • To define and describe the global industrial, agricultural, petrochemical cargo shipping market by value.
  • To define and describe the regulatory framework and challenges in the global cargo shipping industry
  • To geo-politically analyze the global cargo shipping industry by region   

The research methodology used in the report involves various secondary sources, including paid databases and directories. Experts from related industries and suppliers have been interviewed to understand the future trends in the cargo shipping market. The bottom-up approach has been used to estimate the market size, wherein country-wise trade statistics have been taken into account. All major shipping trade routes have been considered while estimating the global cargo shipping industry.  Major infrastructure initiatives based on development of new ports and expansion of existing ports have analyzed in the report. Cargo movement in major industries like food, electronics and electrical goods, manufacturing and mineral oil and fuels have been tracked in the report. Cargo handled by all major shipping companies has taken into consideration. Regional and global trade is quantified on country level

The ecosystem of the cargo shipping industry consists of shipping companies such as A.P. Moller Maersk (Denmark), CMA CGM SA (France), and Mediterranean Shipping Company S.A (Switzerland). Freight forwarders such as DHL Global Forwarding (Germany), Panalpina (Switzerland), Ceva Logistics (Netherlands), DB Schenker (Gemany) are also vital part of ecosystem. Shipbuilding and shipping containers manufacturers are also part of cargo shipping ecosystem. There are trade statistical portals such as the International Trade Centre (ITC), United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD), and others.

Target Audience

  • Shipping Companies
  • Shipbuilding Companies
  • Customers
  • Downstream stakeholders
  • Government regulatory authorities
  • Investment firms.
  • Equity research firms.
  • Private equity firms.

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Scope of the Report

  • By Cargo Type
    • Container cargo
    • Bulk Cargo
    • General Cargo
    • Oil & Gas
  • By Industry Type
    • Food, Manufacturing
    • Oil & Ores
    • Electrical & Electronics)

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Table of Contents

1 Introduction (Page No. - 11)
    1.1 Objectives of the Study
    1.2 Market Definition
    1.3 Markets Scope
           1.3.1 Markets Covered
    1.4 Stakeholders

2 Research Methodology (Page No. - 14)
    2.1 Research Data
    2.2 Secondary Data
    2.3 Key Data From Secondary Sources
    2.4 Primary Data
           2.4.1 Research Techniques & Data Collection Methods
           2.4.2 Primary Participants

3 Executive Summary (Page No. - 18)

4 Marine Cargo Market , By Cargo Type (Page No. - 23)
    4.1 Marine Cargo Market, By Cargo Type
           4.1.1 Liquid Cargo
           4.1.2 Dry Bulk
           4.1.3 General Cargo
           4.1.4 Container Cargo
    4.2 International Seaborne Trade, By Cargo Type
    4.3 Middle East& Africa Seaborne Trade, By Cargo Type
    4.4 North America Seaborne Trade, By Cargo Type
    4.5 Asia-Pacific Seaborne Trade, By Cargo Type
    4.6 Europe Seaborne Trade, By Cargo Type
    4.7 RoW Seaborne Trade, By Cargo Type

5 Marine Cargo Trends, By Industry Type (Page No. - 27)
    5.1 Introduction
    5.2 North America Marine Cargo Trends
           5.2.1 North America Food Industry Marine Cargo Trends, By Country
           5.2.2 North America Electric/ Electronics Industry Marine Cargo Trends, By Country
           5.2.3 North America Mineral Fuels, Oils Industry Marine Cargo Trends, By Country
           5.2.4 North America Manufacturing Industry Marine Cargo Trends, By Country
    5.3 Europe Marine Cargo Trends
           5.3.1 Europe Food Industry Marine Cargo Trends, By Country
           5.3.2 Europe Electrical/ Electronics Industry Marine Cargo Trends, By Country
           5.3.3 Europe Mineral Fuels& Oils Industry Marine Cargo Trends, By Country
           5.3.4 Europe Manufacturing Industry Marine Cargo Trends, By Country
    5.4 Asia-Pacific Market Marine Cargo Trends
           5.4.1 Asia-Pacific Food Industry Marine Cargo Trends, By Country
           5.4.2 Asia-Pacificelectrical/ Electronics Industry Marine Cargo Trends, By Country
           5.4.3 Asia-Pacific Manufacturing Industry Marine Cargo Trends, By Country
           5.4.4 Asia-Pacific Mineral Fuels, Oils Industry Marine Cargo Trends, By Country
    5.5 Middle East & Africa Marine Cargo Trends
           5.5.1 Food Industry Marine Cargo Trends, By Country
           5.5.2 Middle East & Africa Electricals & Electronics Industry Marine Cargo Trends, By Country
           5.5.3 Middle East & Africa Minerals, Fuels& Oils Industry Marine Cargo Trends, By Country
           5.5.4 Middle East & Africa Manufacturing Industry Marine Cargo Trends, By Country
    5.6 Rest of the World (RoW)
           5.6.1 Rest of the World Food Industry Marine Cargo Trends, By Country
           5.6.2 Rest of the World Electrical/ Electronics Industry Marine Cargo Trends, By Country
           5.6.3 Rest of the World Manufacturing Industry Marine Cargo Trends, By Country
           5.6.4 Rest of the World Minerals Fuels & Oils Industry Marine Cargo Trends, By Country

6 Global Marine Cargo Market, By Trade Route (Page No. - 39)
    6.1 Suez Canal
           6.1.1 Importance of the Suez Canal:
           6.1.2 Advantages of the Suez Canal:
           6.1.3 Suez Canal Traffic By Ship Type
    6.2 Panama Canal
           6.2.1 Panama Canal Expansion Project
           6.2.2 Panama Canal Traffic, By Vessel Type
    6.3 Straits of Malacca and Singapore
    6.4 Strait of Hormuz
    6.5 Container Shipping Routes
           6.5.1 East-West Trade Route
                     6.5.1.1 East-West Trade Route
                     6.5.1.2 Trans-Pacific
                     6.5.1.3 Europe-Asia
                     6.5.1.4 Transatlantic
           6.5.2 North-South Trade Route:
           6.5.3 Distribution of Global Containerized Trade By Route

7 Regulatory Framework and Challenges (Page No. - 45)
    7.1 Regulatory Framework
           7.1.1 Marine Cargo - Environmental Regulations
           7.1.2 Marine Cargo: Safety Regulations
           7.1.3 Marine Cargo: Regulations for Preventing Collisions at Sea
           7.1.4 Marine Cargo: Other Important International Regulations
           7.1.5 Marine Cargo: Regional Conventions (From 1978 to 2000)
           7.1.6 Marine Cargo: Recent & Upcoming Regulations (From 2016 to 2018)
    7.2 Challenges
           7.2.1 Piracy
           7.2.2 Piracy in Southeast Asia:
           7.2.3 Piracy in Africa:
           7.2.4 Anti-Piracy Measures & Organizations:
           7.2.5 Oil Spills
                     7.2.5.1 Oil Cleanup Technologies
    7.3 Air Pollution
    7.4 Ballast Water Discharge
    7.5 Biofouling
           7.5.1 The Adverse Effects of Ship Hull Biofouling Include:

8 Marine Cargo Infrastructure (Page No. - 60)
    8.1 Port Developments, By Region
           8.1.1 Existing Ports (Terminal Expansion, Capacity Expansion)
                     8.1.1.1 Developments of Ports in Asia
                     8.1.1.2 Developments of Ports in Europe
                     8.1.1.3 Developments of Ports in North America
                     8.1.1.4 Developments of Ports in South America
                     8.1.1.5 Developments of Ports in Africa
           8.1.2 Upcoming Ports (Terminals Planned, Capacity Planned, Cargo Type Planned to Handle)

9 Current and Future Trends Impacting Global Marine Cargo Market (Page No. - 68)
    9.1 Trends By Cargo Type
           9.1.1 Bulk Cargo
           9.1.2 Oil & Gas
           9.1.3 General Cargo
           9.1.4 Container Transport
    9.2 Trends By Region & Industry Type
           9.2.1 Europe
           9.2.2 North America
           9.2.3 Asia-Pacific
           9.2.4 Middle East and Africa
           9.2.5 RoW

10 Geopolitical Analysis By Region (Page No. - 72)
     10.1 Geopolitical Analysis of Middle East & Africa
               10.1.1 Iran
                           10.1.1.1 Iran & Saudi Arabia Conflict
               10.1.2 Libya & Yemen Crisis
     10.2 Geopolitical Analysis of Europe
               10.2.1 Mediterranean Migrant Crisis
               10.2.2 Baltic Sea
     10.3 Geopolitical Analysis of Asia-Pacific
               10.3.1 South China Sea Conflict
     10.4 Geopolitical Analysis of Rest of the World
               10.4.1 Nicaragua’s Canal Project

11 Regional Shipping Import-Export Data (Page No. - 76)
     11.1 Regional Shipping Exports Data
     11.2 Regional Shipping Import Data

12 Trends in Freight Forwarding (Page No. - 80)
     12.1 Consolidations and Acquisitions
     12.2 Providing Value Added Services
     12.3 Near-Sourcing
     12.4 Regionalization
     12.5 Adaption of Information Technology

13 Competitive Landscape (Page No. - 82)
     13.1 Competitive Situation & Trends
     13.2 Battle for Market Share: New Service Launch Was the Key Strategy
     13.3 New Service Launches
     13.4 Mergers & Acquisitions and Other Developments
     13.5 Agreements/Joint Ventures/Supply Contracts/Partnerships
     13.6 Expansions

14 Competitive Landscape (Page No. - 88)
     14.1 Competitive Situation & Trends
     14.2 New Service Launches
     14.3 Expansions
     14.4 Agreements/Joint Ventures/Supply Contracts/Partnerships
     14.5 Mergers & Acquisitions and Other Developments

15 Company Profiles (Page No. - 93)
(Company at A Glance, Business Overview, Products Offered, Key Strategy, Recent Developments, SWOT Analysis & MnM View)*
     15.1 Introduction
     15.2 A.P. Møller – Mærsk A/S
     15.3 Mediterranean Shipping Company SA
     15.4 China Cosco Holdings Company Limited
     15.5 CMA CGM S.A
     15.6 Hapag-Lloyd AG
     15.7 Deutsche Post DHL Group
     15.8 CEVA Logistics
     15.9 Panalpina Welttransport (Holding) AG
     15.10 Deutsche Bahn AG
     15.11 Nippon Express Co. Ltd.

*Details on Company at A Glance, Recent Financials, Products Offered, Strategies & Insights, & Recent Developments Might Not Be Captured in Case of Unlisted Companies.

List of Tables (57 Tables)

Table 1 International Seaborne Trade, By Cargo Type, 2012-2021 (Million Tons)
Table 2 Middle East& Africa Seaborne Trade, By Cargo Type,2012-2021 (Million Tons)
Table 3 North America Seaborne Trade, By Cargo Type,2012-2021, (Million Tons)
Table 4 Asia-Pacific Seaborne Trade, By Cargo Type, 2012-2021, (Million Tons)
Table 5 Europe Seaborne Trade, By Cargo Type, 2012-2021, (Million Tons
Table 6 RoW Seaborne Trade, By Cargo Type, 2012 -2021, (Million Tons)
Table 7 North America Food Industry Marine Cargo Trends, By Country,2014 - 2021 (USD Million)
Table 8 North America Electric/ Electronics Industry Marine Cargo Trends,By Country, 2014 - 2021 (USD Million)
Table 9 North America Mineral Fuels, Oils Industry Marine Cargo Trends,By Country, 2014 - 2021 (USD Million)
Table 10 North America Manufacturing Industry Marine Cargo Trends,By Country, 2014 – 2021 (USD Million)
Table 11 Europe Food Industry Marine Cargo Trends, By Country,2014 - 2021 (USD Million)
Table 12 Europe Electrical/ Electronics Industry Marine Cargo Trends,By Country, 2014 - 2021 (USD Million)
Table 13 Europe Mineral Fuels& Oils Industry Marine Cargo Trends, By Country, 2014 - 2021 (USD Million)
Table 14 Europe Manufacturing Industry Marine Cargo Trends, By Country, 2014 – 2021 (USD Million)
Table 15 Asia-Pacific Food Industry Marine Cargo Trends, By Country,2014 - 2021 (USD Million)
Table 16 Asia-Pacificelectrical/ Electronics Industry Marine Cargo Trends,By Country, 2014 – 2021 (USD Million)
Table 17 Asia-Pacific Manufacturing Industry Marine Cargo Trends, By Country, 2014 - 2021 (USD Million)
Table 18 Asia-Pacific Mineral Fuels, Oils Industry Marine Cargo Trends,By Country, 2014 – 2021 (USD Million)
Table 19 Food Industry Marine Cargo Trends, By Country,2014 - 2021 (USD Million)
Table 20 Middle East & Africa Electricals & Electronics Industry Marine Cargo Trends, By Country, 2014 – 2021 (USD Million)
Table 21 Middle East & Africa Minerals, Fuels& Oils Industry Marine Cargo Trends, By Country, 2014 - 2021 (USD Million)
Table 22 Middle East & Africa Manufacturing Industry Marine Cargo Trends,By Country, 2014 - 2021 (USD Million)
Table 23 Rest of the World Food Industry Marine Cargo Trends, By Country, 2014 - 2021 (USD Million)
Table 24 Rest of the World Electrical/ Electronics Industry Marine Cargo Trends, By Country, 2014 – 2021 (USD Million)
Table 25 Rest of the World Manufacturing Industry Marine Cargo Trends,By Country, 2014 - 2021 (USD Million)
Table 26 Rest of the World Minerals Fuels & Oils Industry Marine Cargo Trends, By Country, 2014 - 2021 (USD Million)
Table 27 Suez Canal Traffic By Ship Type (‘000 Tons)
Table 28 Panama Canal Traffic By Market Segment
Table 29 Estimated Containerized Cargo Flows on Major East-West Container Trade Routes, 2009-2014
Table 30 Marine Cargo: Environmental Regulations (1983 – 2005)
Table 31 Marine Cargo: Safety Regulations ( 1980 – 2017)
Table 32 Marine Cargo: Regulations for Preventing Collisions at Sea (1977)
Table 33 Other Important International Regulations for Marine Cargo
Table 34 Regional Conventions of Marine Cargo From 1978 to 2000
Table 35 Marine Cargo Recent & Upcoming Regulations From 2016 to 2018
Table 36 Developments of Ports in Asia
Table 37 Developments of Ports in Europe
Table 38 Developments of Ports in North America
Table 39 Developments of Ports in South America
Table 40 Developments of Ports in Africa
Table 41 Upcoming Ports (Terminals Planned, Capacity Planned,Cargo Type Planned to Handle)
Table 42 North America Shipping Export, By Country, 2014-2021, (USD Billion)
Table 43 Europe Shipping Export Data, By Country, 2014-2021, (USD Billion)
Table 44 Asia-Pacific Shipping Export Data, By Country, 2014-2021, (USD Billion)
Table 45 Africa and Middle East Shipping Export Data, By Country,2014-2021, (USD Billion)
Table 46 North America Shipping Import Data, By Country,2014-2021, (USD Billion)
Table 47 Europe Shipping Import Data, 2014-2021, By Country, (USD Billion)
Table 48 Asia-Pacific Shipping Import Data, By Country, 2014-2021, (USD Billion)
Table 49 Africa and Middle East Shipping Import Data, By Country,2014-2021, (USD Billion)
Table 50 New Service Launches, 2016
Table 51 Mergers & Acquisitions and Other Developments, 2016
Table 52 Agreements/Joint Ventures/Supply Contracts/Partnerships,2014–2016
Table 53 Expansions, 2015–2016
Table 54 New Service Launches, 2014–2016
Table 55 Expansions, 2014–2016
Table 56 Agreements/Joint Ventures/Supply Contracts/Partnerships,2013–2014
Table 57 Mergers & Acquisitions and Other Developments, 2015
 
 
List of Figures (29 Figures)
 
Figure 1 International Seaborne Trade, By Volume, 2011—2015
Figure 2 Marine Cargo Market Segmentation
Figure 3 Research Design (Will Update Later)
Figure 4 Research Methodology Model
Figure 5 Breakdown of Primary Interviews: By Stakeholder Type, Designation, & Region ( in Progress)
Figure 6 Marine Cargo Industry Snapshot (2016)
Figure 7 Marine Cargo Industry Size, By Cargo Type,By Volume 2016 vs 2021
Figure 8 Marine Cargo Market Share, By Cargo Type, By Region, 2016
Figure 9 Asia-Pacific is the Largest Contributor to the Cargo IndustryBy Volume
Figure 10 Distribution of Global Containerized Trade By Route, 2014 (Percentage Share of Global Trade in TED)
Figure 11 Companies Adopted New Service Launch as the Key Growth Strategy From 2013 to 2016
Figure 12 Market Evaluation Framework: Agreements/Joint Ventures/Supply Contracts/Partnerships Fuelled the Growth of the Marine Cargo Shipping Market From 2013 to 2016
Figure 13 Companies Adopted Agreements/Joint Ventures/Supply Contracts/Partnerships as the Key Growth StrategyFrom 2012 to 2016
Figure 14 Market Evaluation Framework: Agreements/Joint Ventures/Supply Contracts/Partnerships Fuelled the Demand for Marine Freight Forwarding From 2013 to 2016
Figure 15 Battle for Market Share: New Service Launch Was the Key Strategy
Figure 16 A.P. Møller – Mærsk A/S: Business Overview
Figure 17 A.P. Møller – Mærsk A/S: SWOT Analysis
Figure 18 Mediterranean Shipping Company SA: SWOT Analysis
Figure 19 China Cosco Holdings Company Limited : Business Overview
Figure 20 China Cosco Holdings Company Limited: SWOT Analysis
Figure 21 CMA CGM : Business Overview
Figure 22 CMA CGM S.A: SWOT Analysis
Figure 23 Hapag-Lloyd AG: Business Overview
Figure 24 Hapag Lloyd AG: SWOT Analysis
Figure 25 Deutsche Post DHL Group: Business Overview
Figure 26 CEVA Logistics: Company Snapshot
Figure 27 Panalpina Welttransport (Holding) AG
Figure 28 Deutsche Bahn AG : Business Overview
Figure 29 Nippon Express Co., Ltd Business Overview

In the past decade it has been seen that world economic activity, trade liberalization and current growth in Asian economies is the main driving cause in global marine industry. In the upcoming years, the industry is projected to get benefit from improving trade levels with greater demand from the logistics and shipping sectors. Trade between Asian countries and the rest of the world is expected to drive global revenue during the projected period, with growth in developed economies estimate to deliver a further boost to the industry.

The cargo shipping market is projected to grow at a CAGR of 3.5% from 2016 to 2021. The cargo shipping market is estimated to gain momentum after fiscal year 2018 after years of sluggish growth. The market growth is majorly attributed to growth in container transportation within growing developing and developed economies.

Increasing number of countries forging free trade agreements will boost the cargo shipping industry. The different free trade agreements such has NAFTA, AFTA, TPSEP, and others have helped countries significantly towards strengthening their economies. These agreements not only are responsible for the growth in trade between nations but also have direct impact on the shipping industry

It has been seen that the developing country in past years are driving the economic growth. The improved specialization in the supply chain for marine trade has gathered huge development as developing countries continue to gain greater market share in the cargo shipping business.

The market has been classified by cargo type as follows: container cargo, bulk cargo, general cargo, and oil & gas. The other factors that are estimated to be drivers in the growth of cargo shipping market are improving economic conditions of the European nations, trade agreements being formed between major developing and developed countries.

Rising trend of globalization and demographic changes are key drivers of the growth of cargo shipping industry. The increasing investment in port infrastructure, global supply & demand cycle are also key factors for cargo shipping industry. Expansion of trade passages like Panama Canal and Suez Canal increases waterways’ capacity and allow the passage of larger vessels is beneficial for cargo shipping.

Cargo shipping industry is facing environmental challenges as well as challenges emerging from changing dynamics of geopolitics. These challenges are restraining the growth of industry. Along with these challenges, high cost of buying new bigger container ships and competition to fill them in saturated market has started consolidation in the shipping industry. The industry players are fighting for market share which is giving rise to pricing at their marginal cost. Shipping industry can overcome these restrains by increasing productivity in operations, and improvement in network and fleet.

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