Logistics & Shipping


Logistics and Shipping Market Research Reports Analysis and Trends

 

Publication Single User License (PDF) Price
Philippines Shipping Report Q2 2015

Philippines Shipping Report Q2 2015

Date Published: Feb 25 2015
Manila International Container Terminal (MICT), the Philippines' top container facility in terms of box throughput, is set to continue holding this position in the country's maritime sector in 2015, with BMI forecasting further steady growth over the course of the year. Freight volumes at the port of Cebu, one of the country's largest facilities in terms of total throughput handled, are also expected to increase. Over the medium term, growth will continue at a steady rate at both MICT and the port of Cebu.
 
$1,295.00
Brazil Shipping Report Q2 2015

Brazil Shipping Report Q2 2015

Date Published: Feb 25 2015
Despite a poor business environment, weak consumer confidence and a lacklustre external environment, the Brazilian shipping industry is set to perform well over both the short and medium terms. A nascent policy shift will gradually regain investor confidence following years of unorthodox economic policies, but will be slow to translate into a significant uptick in growth.
 
$1,295.00
Egypt Shipping Report Q2 2015

Egypt Shipping Report Q2 2015

Date Published: Feb 18 2015
The outlook for the Egyptian shipping sector is positive and we forecast a period of growth across the country's ports. The political situation in the country is quiescent following the election of Field Marshall Sisi to the presidency in 2014 and we expect investment to begin to flow into the country once more. Fundamentally, strikes at the country's ports have diminished, and a number of expansions are under way once more.
 
$1,295.00
Malaysia Shipping Report Q2 2015

Malaysia Shipping Report Q2 2015

Date Published: Feb 18 2015
Continuing, albeit slower, economic expansion and trade will support activity levels in Malaysia's main ports in 2015. Port Klang and Port Tanjung Pelepas further benefit from expansion projects and developments which have been completed over the last two years. BMI is predicting a slowdown in Malaysian economic growth in 2015, with GDP rising by 4.2%, compared to an estimated 5.8% in 2014. The slowdown reflects weaker domestic consumption and export demand.
 
$1,295.00
Nigeria Shipping Report Q2 2015

Nigeria Shipping Report Q2 2015

Date Published: Feb 18 2015
Nigeria's biggest ports are set for modest growth in 2015, with the Port of Lagos forecast to grow 2.0% year-on-year (y-o-y), which is slightly below growth rates at the ports of Harcourt and Tincan Island (2.5% and 2.4%, respectively). Meanwhile, the Port of Sapele is leading the way in terms of y-o-y growth, with 3.0% growth expected. Nigerian seaports registered a 12.5% year-on-year (y-o-y) rise in cargo throughput to 22.3mn metric tonnes in Q314, compared to 19.8mn metric tonnes in Q313, according to the Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA).
$1,295.00
Oman Shipping Report Q2 2015

Oman Shipping Report Q2 2015

Date Published: Feb 18 2015
The outlook for Oman's shipping sector is mixed. The port of Salalah is expected to endure a third consecutive year of decline in 2015, but the port of Sohar will enjoy extraordinary growth once more. This is largely due to the transfer of operations from Sultan Qaboos, but continued investment into new dry bulk industries will also prompt strong growth. Despite the at-times challenging outlook, Oman continues to invest in its maritime facilities.
 

Headline Industry Data 

$1,295.00
Poland Shipping Report Q2 2015

Poland Shipping Report Q2 2015

Date Published: Feb 18 2015
We continue to expect a strong performance from Polish ports in 2015. GDP expansion, a continuing trade recovery (despite some worries over export demand), the beneficial effects of capacity expansion, and Poland's important gateway role will support growth. Both key ports - Gdansk and Gdynia - will see tonnage and box traffic rising in the 6-8% range.
 
$1,295.00
Qatar Shipping Report Q2 2015

Qatar Shipping Report Q2 2015

Date Published: Feb 18 2015
$1,295.00
Argentina Shipping Report Q2 2015

Argentina Shipping Report Q2 2015

Date Published: Feb 18 2015
We maintain our cautiously optimistic view on the Argentine port sector. The country enjoys a good commodities mix but continues to struggle with external headwinds as well as internal difficulties such as rising inflation and labour unrest. Weaker private consumption will dampen imports while a weaker exchange rate will marginally improve the competitiveness of exports, with knock-on effects for port volumes.
 
$1,295.00
United Arab Emirates Shipping Report Q2 2015

United Arab Emirates Shipping Report Q2 2015

Date Published: Feb 18 2015
The UAE is the regional giant when it comes to shipping, and we see no chance of this changing in 2015, as it continues to develop its ports. The behemoth of Jebel Ali - the largest container-handling facility between Rotterdam and Singapore - is forecast to handle a massive 14.54 twenty-foot equivalent units (TEUs) over the course of the year, on growth of 3.5%, which will be boosted by an expansion to a handling capacity of 19mn TEUs.
 
$1,295.00
Australia Shipping Report Q2 2015

Australia Shipping Report Q2 2015

Date Published: Feb 18 2015
The headwinds are beginning to circle around the Australian economy and, by extension, the country's shipping industry, this is especially the case over the short-term. Growth will be muted at the country's main ports in 2015 with the port of Fremantle leading the way in terms of year-on-year (y-o-y) tonnage growth of 3.40% and box throughput growth of 3.70%. Meanwhile, the port of Melbourne will finally see positive growth return after two years of stagnation.
 
$1,295.00
Venezuela Shipping Report Q2 2015

Venezuela Shipping Report Q2 2015

Date Published: Feb 18 2015
The situation within the wider Venezuelan economy is set to have a detrimental effect on our shipping forecasts for the country over at least the short term. Following another significant downgrade to our oil price forecasts, we have downwardly adjusted our expectations for Venezuelan growth in 2015 and 2016. We now expect that the recession that began in 2014 will become even more pronounced in 2015, and negative growth will persist into 2016.
 
$1,295.00
Canada Shipping Report Q2 2015

Canada Shipping Report Q2 2015

Date Published: Feb 18 2015
The country's two largest ports - Port Metro Vancouver and the Port of Montreal - are both set to see healthy growth in terms of both the tonnage and container spheres, echoing the positive growth expected to occur in the wider Canadian economy. Indeed, total trade growth, buoyed by exports, will return to the positive in 2015 following two years of contractions.
 
$1,295.00
Vietnam Shipping Report Q2 2015

Vietnam Shipping Report Q2 2015

Date Published: Feb 18 2015
Our forecasts from the previous quarter remain in place; and we expect the port of Ho Chi Minh City to lead the way in terms of tonnage throughput handled in 2015. The port of Da Nang, however, is expected to outperform the larger Ho Chi Minh City port in terms of box sphere growth (10% compared to 8% respectively).
 
$1,295.00
China Shipping Report Q2 2015

China Shipping Report Q2 2015

Date Published: Feb 18 2015
$1,295.00
Colombia Shipping Report Q2 2015

Colombia Shipping Report Q2 2015

Date Published: Feb 18 2015
BMI forecasts an expansion in container and gross tonnage handling across all Colombian ports in 2015, cementing a return to growth following a 2013 downturn. That said, domestic container demand will be more muted than we expected, as falling oil prices will weigh on economic growth. We have revised down our real GDP forecast for 2015 from 4.9% to 3.9%, and our Cartagena container throughput forecasts correspondingly.
 

Headline Industry Data 

$1,295.00
Ukraine Shipping Report Q1 2015

Ukraine Shipping Report Q1 2015

Date Published: Jan 30 2015
Hostility with Russia, a second consecutive year of recession and a poor grain harvest are all risks to the downside that will make 2015 a difficult year for Ukraine's shipping sector. BMI is predicting declines in throughput at Ukraine's main ports of Odessa and Illichivsk. From a total tonnage standpoint, the projected decline in grain production will be a major driver in the throughput decline at both ports, with the two facilities both participating in the country's grain export supply chain.
 
$1,295.00
Turkey Shipping Report Q1 2015

Turkey Shipping Report Q1 2015

Date Published: Jan 21 2015
We are forecasting good single-digit percentage growth rates in Turkey's main ports in 2015, although the largest, the Port of Izmir, held back by capacity constraints, will see somewhat lower growth, in the 2%-3% range. The strongest increases will be experienced at the ports of Ambarli and Haydarpasa. Turkey's economic outlook was encouraging at the beginning of 2015. Two developments augured well.
 
$1,295.00
United States Shipping Report Q1 2015

United States Shipping Report Q1 2015

Date Published: Jan 21 2015
BMI maintains its cautiously optimistic view on the US shipping sector. We believe 2015 will see the country's major facilities consolidate the growth seen in 2014. Our overall view that the US economy will continue to accelerate remains firmly in place. We are forecasting GDP growth of 2.7% in 2015.
 
$1,295.00
Venezuela Shipping Report Q1 2015

Venezuela Shipping Report Q1 2015

Date Published: Jan 21 2015
BMI maintains its cautious outlook for Venezuela's shipping sector. Economic growth in Venezuela will remain extremely low, and may drop into negative territory in the coming quarters given the poor business environment, high inflation, and on-going market distortions associated with price controls and the country's complex system for acquiring foreign currency.
 
$1,295.00

Pages

Shopping cart

0 Items $0.00
Not able to find what you are looking for?
Call Us
WHY CHOOSE MARKET RESEARCH REPORTS?
1
Trusted By Leaders
2
Shop With Confidence
3
Customer Centric
4
Personalized Solutions
5
Secure Checkout

User login

Clients Who Trust Us

Orange, Google, Microsoft, Barclays, CassidianIntel, TPG, Elit Net, Cross Business Producers, AcmavolpakP&G, Cisco, Gemalto, General Insurance Corporation of India, Aviva, Cognizant, InoxWindB. Braun, Cobham, fiserv, Harris, Wipro, AonAl Meera, Nomura Research Institute, Tata Consultancy Services, Amara Raja, Hiranandani EnergyMunich Re, Lotte Chemical, National Post, First Data