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Order halved! The latest monthly report on the global shipbuilding industry has been released

Translation 04:29:43PM Jul 26, 2019 Source:International ship network
The content below was translated by Tencent automatically for reference.

New orders are down 8.83% from the previous month

According to Clarkson's latest statistics (as of July 14, 2019), 39 new orders were signed worldwide in June 2019, totaling 1037397CGT. Compared with the 39 new orders signed worldwide in May 2019, totaling 1137834CGT, the volume was flat from the previous month, and the revised gross tonnage was down 8.83 per cent from the previous month. Compared with the global new orders signed in June 2018, a total of 2414532CGT, the number decreased by 75 compared with the same period last year, and the revised gross tonnage fell 57.04% from the same period last year.

In terms of ship type, there are 10 bulk carriers with a total of 420000 deadweight tons; 12 oil tankers with a total of 1814000 deadweight tons; two chemical tankers with a total of 100000 deadweight tons; one container ship with a total of 1000 TEUs; four LPG ships with a total of 606000 cubic metres; nine other ship types with a total of 180281CGT; and one offshore ship with a total 27623CGT. From the point of view of the type of order, the bulk carrier signed 10 new convenient bulk carriers, the oil tanker signed 3 VLCC, 7 Avela oil tankers and 2 convenient oil tankers, and the container ship signed a new convenient container ship.

According to the countries of the receiving shipyards, 39 new ship orders, totaling 1037397CGT, were received in June, while 18 were received by Chinese shipyards, totaling 432118CGT; 5 by Japanese shipyards, totaling 88335CGT; and 11 by Korean shipyards, totaling 447329CGT. The revised gross tonnage accounted for 41.65 per cent, 8.52 per cent and 43.12 per cent of global new ship orders, respectively.

From January to June 2019, 421 new ship orders, totaling 26634722 deadweight tons, were down 56.95 per cent and 50.00 per cent, respectively, compared with the same period in 2018, when new orders were signed for 978 deadweight tons, totaling 53272047 deadweight tons. In terms of ship type, there are 115 bulk carriers with a total of 11321100 deadweight tons; 45 oil tankers with a total of 7657550 deadweight tons; 36 chemical tankers with a total of 909942 deadweight tons; 34 container ships with a total of 231468 TEUs; 46 LPG vessels with a total of 5539750 cubic metres; 47 offshore ships with a total of 352642CGT; and 98 other ship types with a total of 2293381CGT. From a national point of view, China signed 171 new orders, with a total of 71 new orders signed by Japan at 4286159 CGT;, totaling 1169458CCT; 74 new orders signed by South Korea, totaling 3276432CGT; revised gross tons accounted for 40.33 per cent, 11.00 per cent and 30.83 per cent of the global new ship orders, respectively.

3260 handheld orders worldwide down 2.86 per cent from a month earlier

Clarkson statistics show that as of July 14, 2019, shipyards worldwide held 3260 orders, a total of 80522747CGT. Compared with the 3356 vessels counted on June 15, 2019, the total 82514740CGT, the number of handheld orders fell 2.86% from the previous month, and the revised total tonnage fell 2.41% from the previous month.

Its Chinese shipyards have a total of 1595 handheld orders, totaling 29218199CGT, accounting for 48.93% of the global market share and 36.29% of the global market share, while Japanese shipyards have a total of 13860725CGT, accounting for 21.63% of the global market share and 17.21% of the global market share, while South Korean shipyards have a total of 20433644CGT, accounting for 13.13% of the global market share and 25.38% of the global market share.

From the point of view of the main ship types, the bulk carrier has a total of 95276350 deadweight tons; the tanker has a total of 52849146 deadweight tons; and the container carrier has a total of 398 orders, a total of 95276350 deadweight tons.

The amount of work completed fell 16.77% from the previous month.

According to Clarkson statistics, in June 2019, shipyards around the world delivered a total of 123 new ships, a total of 7542103 deadweight tons. Compared with the global order for new ship delivery in May 2019, totaling 9062286 deadweight tons, the volume was down 12.14 per cent from the previous month and 16.77 per cent from the previous month. Compared with a total of 5835131 deadweight tons delivered by shipyards around the world in June 2018, the number is down 25.00 per cent from a year earlier, while deadweight tons are up 29.25 per cent from a year earlier.

From the point of view of ship type, the delivery quantity of bulk carriers is 34, a total of 3309001 deadweight tons; the delivery quantity of container ships is 11, a total of 85190 TEU; the delivery quantity of oil tankers is 11, a total of 2308615 deadweight tons; the delivery quantity of chemical tankers is 18, a total of 588975 deadweight tons; the delivery quantity of liquefied gas carriers is 5, a total of 586146 cubic meters; the delivery quantity of marine vessels is 27, a total of 15201 deadweight tons; The quantity delivered by other types of ships is 17, a total of 72244 deadweight tons.

From January to June 2019, a total of 916 new ships, totaling 52313191 deadweight tons, were delivered by shipyards around the world. Compared with 1068 new ship delivery orders, totaling 46692904 deadweight tons in the same period in 2018, the volume was down 14.23 per cent from a year earlier, while deadweight tons were up 12.04 per cent from a year earlier.

From the point of view of ship type, the delivery quantity of bulk carriers is 203, a total of 18936794 deadweight tons; the delivery quantity of container ships is 77, a total of 508471TEU; the delivery quantity of oil tankers is 140, a total of 20817006 deadweight tons; the delivery quantity of chemical tankers is 103, a total of 3198336 deadweight tons; the delivery quantity of liquefied gas carriers is 43, a total of 4859626 cubic meters; the delivery quantity of marine vessels is 201. a total of 346856 deadweight tons; The quantity delivered by other types of ships is 149. a total of 765234 deadweight tons.

Prices of bulk carriers and oil tankers were stable, while prices of container ships fell

Statistics from Clarkson showed that the new ship price index for bulk carriers and oil tankers in June was the same as the previous month, at 131 points and 155 points respectively, while the new container ship price index fell 1 point to 81 points.

Among them, the prices of new bulk carriers and all types of bulk carriers were flat last month. Among them, the new ship prices of Cape of good Hope bulk carrier (176/180KDWT), Panamax bulk carrier (75/77KDWT), large convenient bulk carrier (61/63KDWT) and convenient bulk carrier (25/30KDWT) are $51 million, $27.5 million, $26 million and $21.55 million, respectively.

New tanker prices, all types of tankers are flat last month, including VLCC (315-320KDWT), Suez tanker (156-158KDWT), Aphra tanker (113-115KDWT), Panamanian tanker (73-75KDWT) and convenient tanker (47-51KDWT) new tanker prices are $93 million, $61.5 million, $48.5 million, $44.5 million and $36.5 million.

The prices of new container ships are all the same last month, except that the prices of Panamanian and flexible container ships fell month on month, of which the new prices of super Panamanian container ships (11000-12000TEU, 13000-14000TEU and 20000-22000TEU) are $100m, $111.5 million and $146 million, respectively, with the exception of Panamanian and flexible container ships, where the prices of new container ships are flat last month, with the exception of Panamanian and flexible container ships, where the prices of new container ships are $100m, $111.5 million and $146 million, respectively. The prices of new Panamanian container ships (3600-3800TEU and 6600-6800TEU) were US $41.5 million and US $72 million respectively, while the prices of new Panamanian container ships (2600-2900TEU) fell by US $500000 to US $34.5 million, while the prices of new vessels for flexible container ships (1000-1100TEU and 1850-2100TEU) fell by US $250000 and US $19.5 million and US $26.5 million, respectively.

Key Words:  Global  Shipbuilding  order  economy 

Order halved! The latest monthly report on the global shipbuilding industry has been released

Translation 04:29:43PM Jul 26, 2019 Source:International ship network
The content below was translated by Tencent automatically for reference.

New orders are down 8.83% from the previous month

According to Clarkson's latest statistics (as of July 14, 2019), 39 new orders were signed worldwide in June 2019, totaling 1037397CGT. Compared with the 39 new orders signed worldwide in May 2019, totaling 1137834CGT, the volume was flat from the previous month, and the revised gross tonnage was down 8.83 per cent from the previous month. Compared with the global new orders signed in June 2018, a total of 2414532CGT, the number decreased by 75 compared with the same period last year, and the revised gross tonnage fell 57.04% from the same period last year.

In terms of ship type, there are 10 bulk carriers with a total of 420000 deadweight tons; 12 oil tankers with a total of 1814000 deadweight tons; two chemical tankers with a total of 100000 deadweight tons; one container ship with a total of 1000 TEUs; four LPG ships with a total of 606000 cubic metres; nine other ship types with a total of 180281CGT; and one offshore ship with a total 27623CGT. From the point of view of the type of order, the bulk carrier signed 10 new convenient bulk carriers, the oil tanker signed 3 VLCC, 7 Avela oil tankers and 2 convenient oil tankers, and the container ship signed a new convenient container ship.

According to the countries of the receiving shipyards, 39 new ship orders, totaling 1037397CGT, were received in June, while 18 were received by Chinese shipyards, totaling 432118CGT; 5 by Japanese shipyards, totaling 88335CGT; and 11 by Korean shipyards, totaling 447329CGT. The revised gross tonnage accounted for 41.65 per cent, 8.52 per cent and 43.12 per cent of global new ship orders, respectively.

From January to June 2019, 421 new ship orders, totaling 26634722 deadweight tons, were down 56.95 per cent and 50.00 per cent, respectively, compared with the same period in 2018, when new orders were signed for 978 deadweight tons, totaling 53272047 deadweight tons. In terms of ship type, there are 115 bulk carriers with a total of 11321100 deadweight tons; 45 oil tankers with a total of 7657550 deadweight tons; 36 chemical tankers with a total of 909942 deadweight tons; 34 container ships with a total of 231468 TEUs; 46 LPG vessels with a total of 5539750 cubic metres; 47 offshore ships with a total of 352642CGT; and 98 other ship types with a total of 2293381CGT. From a national point of view, China signed 171 new orders, with a total of 71 new orders signed by Japan at 4286159 CGT;, totaling 1169458CCT; 74 new orders signed by South Korea, totaling 3276432CGT; revised gross tons accounted for 40.33 per cent, 11.00 per cent and 30.83 per cent of the global new ship orders, respectively.

3260 handheld orders worldwide down 2.86 per cent from a month earlier

Clarkson statistics show that as of July 14, 2019, shipyards worldwide held 3260 orders, a total of 80522747CGT. Compared with the 3356 vessels counted on June 15, 2019, the total 82514740CGT, the number of handheld orders fell 2.86% from the previous month, and the revised total tonnage fell 2.41% from the previous month.

Its Chinese shipyards have a total of 1595 handheld orders, totaling 29218199CGT, accounting for 48.93% of the global market share and 36.29% of the global market share, while Japanese shipyards have a total of 13860725CGT, accounting for 21.63% of the global market share and 17.21% of the global market share, while South Korean shipyards have a total of 20433644CGT, accounting for 13.13% of the global market share and 25.38% of the global market share.

From the point of view of the main ship types, the bulk carrier has a total of 95276350 deadweight tons; the tanker has a total of 52849146 deadweight tons; and the container carrier has a total of 398 orders, a total of 95276350 deadweight tons.

The amount of work completed fell 16.77% from the previous month.

According to Clarkson statistics, in June 2019, shipyards around the world delivered a total of 123 new ships, a total of 7542103 deadweight tons. Compared with the global order for new ship delivery in May 2019, totaling 9062286 deadweight tons, the volume was down 12.14 per cent from the previous month and 16.77 per cent from the previous month. Compared with a total of 5835131 deadweight tons delivered by shipyards around the world in June 2018, the number is down 25.00 per cent from a year earlier, while deadweight tons are up 29.25 per cent from a year earlier.

From the point of view of ship type, the delivery quantity of bulk carriers is 34, a total of 3309001 deadweight tons; the delivery quantity of container ships is 11, a total of 85190 TEU; the delivery quantity of oil tankers is 11, a total of 2308615 deadweight tons; the delivery quantity of chemical tankers is 18, a total of 588975 deadweight tons; the delivery quantity of liquefied gas carriers is 5, a total of 586146 cubic meters; the delivery quantity of marine vessels is 27, a total of 15201 deadweight tons; The quantity delivered by other types of ships is 17, a total of 72244 deadweight tons.

From January to June 2019, a total of 916 new ships, totaling 52313191 deadweight tons, were delivered by shipyards around the world. Compared with 1068 new ship delivery orders, totaling 46692904 deadweight tons in the same period in 2018, the volume was down 14.23 per cent from a year earlier, while deadweight tons were up 12.04 per cent from a year earlier.

From the point of view of ship type, the delivery quantity of bulk carriers is 203, a total of 18936794 deadweight tons; the delivery quantity of container ships is 77, a total of 508471TEU; the delivery quantity of oil tankers is 140, a total of 20817006 deadweight tons; the delivery quantity of chemical tankers is 103, a total of 3198336 deadweight tons; the delivery quantity of liquefied gas carriers is 43, a total of 4859626 cubic meters; the delivery quantity of marine vessels is 201. a total of 346856 deadweight tons; The quantity delivered by other types of ships is 149. a total of 765234 deadweight tons.

Prices of bulk carriers and oil tankers were stable, while prices of container ships fell

Statistics from Clarkson showed that the new ship price index for bulk carriers and oil tankers in June was the same as the previous month, at 131 points and 155 points respectively, while the new container ship price index fell 1 point to 81 points.

Among them, the prices of new bulk carriers and all types of bulk carriers were flat last month. Among them, the new ship prices of Cape of good Hope bulk carrier (176/180KDWT), Panamax bulk carrier (75/77KDWT), large convenient bulk carrier (61/63KDWT) and convenient bulk carrier (25/30KDWT) are $51 million, $27.5 million, $26 million and $21.55 million, respectively.

New tanker prices, all types of tankers are flat last month, including VLCC (315-320KDWT), Suez tanker (156-158KDWT), Aphra tanker (113-115KDWT), Panamanian tanker (73-75KDWT) and convenient tanker (47-51KDWT) new tanker prices are $93 million, $61.5 million, $48.5 million, $44.5 million and $36.5 million.

The prices of new container ships are all the same last month, except that the prices of Panamanian and flexible container ships fell month on month, of which the new prices of super Panamanian container ships (11000-12000TEU, 13000-14000TEU and 20000-22000TEU) are $100m, $111.5 million and $146 million, respectively, with the exception of Panamanian and flexible container ships, where the prices of new container ships are flat last month, with the exception of Panamanian and flexible container ships, where the prices of new container ships are $100m, $111.5 million and $146 million, respectively. The prices of new Panamanian container ships (3600-3800TEU and 6600-6800TEU) were US $41.5 million and US $72 million respectively, while the prices of new Panamanian container ships (2600-2900TEU) fell by US $500000 to US $34.5 million, while the prices of new vessels for flexible container ships (1000-1100TEU and 1850-2100TEU) fell by US $250000 and US $19.5 million and US $26.5 million, respectively.

Key Words:  Global  Shipbuilding  order  economy