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Korean shipbuilding industry overcome the recession, their challenge to reclaim world No. 1 in 2011|
- Achieved the largest performance ever with the ship exports to 49.8 billion U.S. dollars in 2010
|Ministry of Knowledge Economy, Republic of Korea (Minister: Choi Kyung-Hwan) and Korea Shipbuilders' Association foresaw that the ships and marine equipment exports would register 5.6% decrease by $ 47 billion due to slump in new orders in 2009 to 2010.
China is having a hard time due to the bulk carrier market slump, the pressure on shipbuilding industry restructuring and the rise in personnel expenses. However, it is likely Korea might be world No.1 in contracting due to containership, optimistic demand outlook for offshore plant, marine fuel regulations, etc.
Korea was ranked world No.1 in contracting 2003 to 2008 and then China took over the world No. 1 in contracting 2009 to 2010.
The ships and marine equipment exports in Korea 2010 registered an increase of approximately 10% compared with the previous year by showing $ 49.8 billion, recording the largest performance ever. It is expected to be No.2 following semiconductors.
1. Outlook 2011
(1) Shipping Market Outlook
1) The quantity of goods transported by sea
3) Bulk Carrier
4) Ocean Freight Charges
It showed the signs of recovery in 2010, but rather weak in the fourth quarter except for containership sector.
It is expected to continue showing moderate rise (except for bulk carrier) in 2011.
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(2) Shipbuilding Outlook
1) Order Quantity
2) Demand outlook by ship type
3) Order objectives by shipbuilders
6) Shipbuilding capacity
2. Any chance Korea rekakes world No.1 in contracting
3. Performance Analysis 2010
4. Global trends
5. Trends in Korea by key performance indicators
The size of the orderbook in 2010 declined 17.4% compared with the previous year by showing 45.54 million CGT due to slow order recovery rate compared to deliveries. That is work which is done in approximately 2 years in the future.
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