Dallas, Texas (PRWEB) November 20, 2014
As per the report “Global Dry Bulk Shipping Market: 2014 Edition” China accounts for the major share of the imports and exports of key dry bulk commodities. Ameliorating global economic development, rising urban population, rising grain production and unceasingly climbing coal industry are providing immense growth opportunity for the respective market. Some of the noteworthy developments of this industry include rebounded dry bulk freight rates, shrinking charter hire prices and over-supply of dry bulk carrier capacity. The competition in the respective market is highly diversified, fragmented and also capital intensive. Some of the major players are Diana Shipping, Dry Ships, Navios Maritime Holding and Genco Shipping, among others. Players in this market mainly compete on the basis of several factors like price, location and size of the vessel, age and condition of the vessel, customer relationship, operating expertise and professional reputation.
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The demand for steel is anticipated to grow at a stupendous pace thus encouraging the growth of dry bulk shipping market since iron ore and coal, which account for a major share of the seaborne dry bulk trade, are key inputs for production of steel.In 2013, global steel demand grew higher than anticipated due to a stronger than expected performance in the developed world in the second half of the year mainly driven by the strength gained by the recovery of the US. Also, growing construction activities globally results in increased demand for iron ore and coking coal which increases seaborne trade of these dry bulk commodities.
This report presents an exhaustive study of the global dry bulk shipping market, along with an in-depth study of its commodities market including iron ore, coal, grain and minor bulk. The report also includes the detailed description of regional markets including China, Japan and Europe.It encompasses detailed description of a number of factors driving the industry coupled with recent trends and challenges hindering the growth of the industry.
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The report includes in-depth analysis of fierce competition among the major players on a number of parameters. The company profile section of the report covers detailed description of the players operating in the aforementioned industry along with their key financials and strategies for growth. In addition, competitive landscape in the global market is discussed in detail among the major players. By deploying SPSS Inc.’s data integration and analysis capabilities, future growth prediction in terms of volume of dry bulk demand has also been analyzed in the report.
Major points from Table of Contents are listed below:
List of Tables
Freight Rate of Dry Bulk Market by Type (2006-2013)
Minor Bulk Seaborne Trade by Category (2011-2013)
Seaborne Dry Bulk Importing Regions by Major Bulk (2013)
Seaborne Dry Bulk Exporting Regions by Major Bulk (2013)
Top Coal Producing Countries by Types (2013E)
Dry Bulk Ship Owners (2013)
Dependent & Independent Variables (2009– 2013)
Model Summary – Coefficient of Determination
Regression Coefficients Output
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