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World Merchant Fleet 2010

Press Release   •   Sep 04, 2010 12:41 IST

The report (SSMR issue 1/2) includes detailed statistical information on the world merchant fleet, including a comment on the latest market developments. In addition, it contains approx. 30 general indicators on maritime economics and transport.

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Table Of Contents :

ISL Comment - World Merchant Fleet

(1) World Tonnage Supply
1.1 Age and Size Profile of the World Merchant Fleet
1.2 Ownership Patterns of the World Merchant Fleet

(2) Market Fundamentals
2.1 World Seaborne Trade
2.2 Rates and Prices

(3) Future Tonnage Supply
3.1 Tankers
3.2 Bulk Carriers
3.3 General Cargo and Container Ships

(4) Leading Shipbuilding Countries
4.1 Total Order Book by Ship Type
4.2 Outlook – impact of the crisis

Summary Tables - Comment

Tab. 1 Slowdown in deliveries in 2009
Tab. 2 World Merchant Fleet’s Reductions by Major Ship Types 2005, 2008 and 2009
Tab. 3 World Merchant Fleet's Newbuilding Additions by Major Ship Types 2005, 2008 and 2009
Tab. 4 World Merchant Fleet by Ship Type 2006 and 2010
Tab. 5 Largest Ships per Ship Type Category 2010
Tab. 6 World Merchant Fleet by Ship Type and According to National and Foreign Flag 2006, 2009 and 2010
Tab. 7 Development of Major Open Registry Flags 2006-2010
Tab. 8 Newbuilding Additions of the Top 5 Countries of Domicile by National and Foreign Flag 2009
Tab. 9 OECD Controlled Fleet - National and Foreign Flag Shares by Type 2010
Tab. 10 Ship Type Contribution for Selected OECD Countries (Controlled Fleet) 2010
Tab. 11 Controlled Fleets of Major Shipping Nations 2006-2010
Tab. 12 End-year Rate Level for Benchmark Tanker Trades 12/2007-12/2009
Tab. 13 Total Order Book - Delivery Schedule by Country of Build 2010
Tab. 14 New Orders by Major Ship Types during 2005, 2008 and 2009
Tab. 15 Total Order Book by Major Ship Types 2006, 2009 and 2010
Tab. 16 Major Shipbuilding Countries – Order Book cgt per Cent-Shares of Total Order Book by Ship Type 2010

Figures - Comment
Fig. 1 World Merchant Fleet – Annual Tonnage Changes 1997–2010
Fig. 2 World Tonnage Additions and Reductions 1996-2009
Fig. 3 World Merchant Fleet – Age Structure by Major Ship Types 2010
Fig. 4 World Merchant Fleet – Ship Size Development of Selected Ship Types 1990-2010
Fig. 5 Total World Merchant Fleet by National and Foreign Registries 1995-2010
Fig. 6 Country Groups Fleet’s Share on Ship Types of the World Merchant Fleet 2010
Fig. 7 Controlled Fleet Development of Major Shipping Nations 2006-2010
Fig. 8 Monthly Development of Baltic Indices 2005-2009
Fig. 9 Monthly HARPEX Container Charter Rate Index up to December 2009
Fig. 10 Share of the Ordered Tonnage on the Existing Merchant Fleets by Type 1995-2010
Fig. 11 Tanker Fleet - Quarterly Development of New Orders and Broken-up Tonnage 2003-2009
Fig. 12 Bulk fleet - Quarterly Development of New Orders and Broken-up Tonnage 2003-2009
Fig. 13 General Cargo Fleet – Quarterly Development of New Orders and Broken-up Tonnage, 2003-2009
Fig. 14 Container Ships - Quarterly Development of New Orders and Broken-up Tonnage 2003-2009
Fig. 15 World Order Book - Quarterly Development by Major Ship Types 2005-2010
Fig. 16 Order book market shares of leading shipbuilding countries as of January 1st, 2010
Fig. 17 Monthly new orders by major ship types Jan. 2008 – Dec. 2009 (mill dwt)

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