India Shipping Report Q2 2015
Headline Industry Data
Key Industry Trends
- 2015/16 (ending March 2016) port of Kandla tonnage throughput forecast to grow by 1.8%. Over the medium-term forecast period to 2019/20, growth will average 2.3%.
- 2015/16 port of Jawaharlal Nehru container throughput forecast to grow by 7.0%. Growth to average 4.8% per annum to 2019/20.
- 2015/16 trade real growth forecast at 9.2%, and to average 8.6% to 2019/20.
Pushing Ahead With Privatisation: At the time of writing in February 2015, the Indian government appeared determined to push ahead with plans to corporatise the 12 major state-run ports. The plan will see them transmute from the current trustee model under which they operate into companies. It is hoped that this privatisation will enable the ports to compete more effectively with the raft of new ports that have been developed by private operators in recent years, and which have grown at a faster rate than the state-run facilities. Pipavav is a case in point.
However, the plan is coming up against stiff opposition from the unions, which fear that moving from a trustee model will result in a loss of jobs, and harm pension interests. The unions argue that more flexibility can be introduced to the ports' operations through amending the Major Ports...
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BMI Industry View
Summary of BMI's key industry forecasts, views and trend analysis covering shipping, major investments and projects and significant multinational and national company developments.
SWOT (Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Threats) analysis of the state's shipping sector, which carefully evaluates the short- and medium-term issues facing the industry.
Analysis of the capacity, terminals and planned development of the major ports in each country, including data on throughput and total tonnage.
Industry Forecast Scenario
Historic data series (2008-2012) and forecasts to end-2018 for all key industry and macroeconomic indicators (see list below), supported by explicit assumptions, plus analysis of key downside risks to the main forecast, including:
Major port freight throughput (tonnes/teu); overall freight throughput (teu); total imports (US$bn) and exports (US$bn).
Company profiles include business activities, leading products and services, company strategy, trends and developments and economic performance analysis.
The primary issue in Indian shipping continues to be the state of the nation's ports. Investment in the 12 major state-run facilities has not kept up with the demand engendered by rapid economic growth experienced in India over the past decade. This is leading to repeated issues of congestion at port s. I nvestment is now starting to be made, but t his may be a case of too little too late. Further more, plans to push ahead with the privatisation of the state-run facilities will likely see mass strikes in the sector in 2015. Although we believe the move is necessary in order to compete in the long-run, in the short term the privatisation will likely see throughput lost to private ports.
BMI Industry View
Jawaharlal Nehru Port Trust Throughput
Port Of Chennai Throughput
Table: Major Ports Data (India 2012-2018)
Table: Trade Overview (India 2011-2018)
Table: Key Trade Indicators (India 2011-2018)
Table: India's Main Import Partners, 2004-2012 (USDmn)
Table: India's Main Export Destinations, 2004-2012 (USDmn)
India Container Shipping Market Overview
Industry Trends And Developments
Shipping Corporation of India (SCI)
Great Eastern Shipping (GE Shipping)
Shipping - Global Industry View
Global Company Strategy
Mediterranean Shipping Company (MSC)
COSCO Container Lines Company (COSCON)
Downgrade Due To Significant Pull-Back In Capital Spending
Waning Private Consumption Growth Poses Further Downside Risks
Not All Gloom: Data Could Boost BJP's Position
Table: India - Economic Activity
Table: India's Population By Age Group, 1990-2020 ('000)
Table: India's Population By Age Group, 1990-2020 (% of total)
Table: India's Key Population Ratios, 1990-2020
Table: India's Rural And Urban Population, 1990-2020
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