Marine Logistics Market Trends
Category Intelligence on Marine Logistics covers the following
- Information relating to market, supply, cost, and pricing analysis
- Hard to find data on cost and TCO models, supplier details, and performance benchmarks
- Macroeconomic and regional trends impacting cost, supply, and other market dynamics
- Category-specific negotiation and sourcing advice
Industry Outlook & Drivers
Global Market Outlook on Marine Logistics
Marine logistics industry has shown a negative trend in 2016, but from 2017, the market was showing an upward trend, growing at approx. 6.9% per annum and is expected to continue this trend until 2022.
Marine logistics is accounted inclusive of various segments, such as logistics service providers, civil suppliers, spares suppliers, engines/machine suppliers, bunker suppliers, other accessorial suppliers, manpower and management suppliers, technical support suppliers and equipment suppliers.
The customer segment of marine logistics ranges from shipping liners, cruise liners, commercial vessels, oil & gas industry, barges, tugs, and security vessels operators, etc.
Marine Logistics Market Split 2017(E)
The market size of marine logistics is estimated to be approx. USD 378 billion
The split of market segment does not include bunker supplies
The average percentage of marine logistics varies between 2% and 5% of total revenue for global companies
As per the industry experts, K&N revenue from marine logistics is estimated to be approx. 500 Millioan USD and GAC is about 50 Million USD in 2016
Marine Logistics Market Trends
Changes in Manufacturing
Global manufacturing networks are changing with companies strategizing to change their factories close to the end user.
- Some European producers moved their production in ex-CIS countries (Russia, Kazakhstan, Belarus) to avoid customs duties
- Euro Asian Union is planning to replace traditional sea-going routes from Asia to Europe (via Singapore and Suez) cutting the transit time by 2–3 weeks in the near future
Geopolitics, Demographics and Emerging Markets
- New markets, such as Africa, is expected to grow drastically in the near future. E.g., Mozambique LNG project for instance is considered to be one of the largest oil & gas projects in the world
Climate Change and Green Shipping
Stringent regulation is being implemented to control the environmental issues.
- Countries in Western Europe, North America, and Australia impose stricter law on sulphur content in fuel, while moving the cargo in these regions
Global Hubs for Marine Logistics
Hubs for Shipping Lines (Spare Parts/Maintenance Supply)
- Total throughput in different ports was considered to analyze the port activities and maintenance requirement to derive the hubs for spare parts supply
- Generally, spare parts are manufactured globally. The manufacturers sent the spares to the nearest regional distribution centres, or to their major distributors. It is again sent to the location of spare parts demand
- The logistics providers keep the inventory of the spares
Cruise Line Services
- In general, the cruise line industry is strongly consolidated, with three major players, such as Carnival Corporation, Royal Caribbean International and Star Cruises/Norwegian Cruise Lines (NCL) taking approx. 90% of the market
- Carnival owns about 45% of the market with eleven individual cruise line brands, including Carnival Cruise Lines, Cunard Line, Holland America Line, P&O cruises and Princess Cruises
- Royal Caribbean International takes about 21% of market share, and the ownership of five different lines, including Royal Caribbean Cruises, Celebrity Cruises and Pullmantur Cruises
- Star/NCL takes approx. 10% of the market with Star Cruises, Norwegian Cruise Line and Orient Line