78 reports

  • GLOBAL OCEAN CRUISE PASSENGERS (IN MILLION)

Growth in maritime tourism encourages the use of cruise ships, ferries, motorboats, and other passenger transport vessels.

  • Sea Freight
  • Hyundai Motor Company
  • Kongsberg Maritime
  • Rolls-Royce
  • Wärtsilä Corporation
  • Market condition

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  • Maritime
  • Sea Freight
  • World
  • Demand
  • Mobil Corporation
  • MARKET OVERVIEW

Source: The Shipbuilders' Association of Japan ##. ##. ##. ## G r o w t h i n m a r i t i m e t o u r i s m The growth in maritime tourism encourages the use of cruise ships, ferries, motorboats, and other passenger transport vessels.

  • Sea Freight
  • Hyundai Motor Company
  • MAN SE
  • Rolls-Royce
  • Wärtsilä Corporation
  • Industry Outlook
  • Industry Outlook

Bunker fuel is one of the most significant purchase expenses for a shipping company.

  • Maritime
  • Sea Freight
  • World
  • CMA CGM S.A.
  • Maersk Group

Thus, one ##-foot container and one ##-foot container are counted as two containers.

  • Sea Freight
  • Australasia
  • Australia
  • Oceania
  • Aurizon Mines Ltd.
  • Products and services segmentation (2019)
  • INDUSTRY STRUCTURE

High capital intensity is more than $##. ## of capital to $## of labor; medium is $##. ## to $##. ## of capital to $## of labor; low is less than $##. ## of capital for every $## of labor.

  • Cruise
  • Sea Freight
  • United States
  • Carnival Corporation
  • Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd.

Air China Limited (Air China) is a provider of passenger transportation, cargo transportation, ground services and personnel training services.

  • Sea Freight
  • China
  • Air China
  • COSCO Group
  • Guangshen Railway Company
  • AIR CHINA LIMITED: KEY FACTS

The company provides flight transportation services for passengers, cargo and mailbags.

  • Sea Freight
  • Air China
  • Air India Ltd.
  • Cosan S.A.
  • COSCO Group

This was due to presence of a large number of ships that are used for commercial and passenger transport.

  • Sea Freight
  • World
  • Daewoo Securities Co., Ltd.
  • Hyundai Motor Company
  • Mitsubishi Corporation
  • 6.2 MARINE CARGO

Regions such as Asia Pacific, which comprises the world' s most populated countries such as China and India, have started developing new airports for cargo and passenger transport.

  • Sea Freight
  • Hyster-Yale Materials Handling, Inc.
  • KION Group
  • Konecranes Plc
  • Liebherr Group
  • Products and services segmentation (2017)
  • Industry at a Glance

High capital intensity is more than $##. ## of capital to $## of labor; medium is $##. ## to $##. ## of capital to $## of labor; low is less than $##. ## of capital for every $## of labor.

  • Maritime Transport
  • Sea Freight
  • Shipping
  • United States
  • Demand

Port operators also service passenger transportation companies that offer international cruise services.

  • Maritime
  • Sea Freight
  • World
  • CK Hutchison Holdings Limited
  • DP World

Taking the industry group as a whole, important substitutes for transportation services are in-house transportation (especially for surface modes), oil and gas pipelines, and private cars for passenger transport.

  • Sea Freight
  • APAC
  • COSCO Group
  • Nippon Express Group
  • Singapore Airlines Limited

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  • Maritime
  • Sea Freight
  • North America
  • United States
  • Crowley Maritime Corporation
  • Products and services segmentation (2017)
  • Market Share

High capital intensity is more than $##. ## of capital to $## of labor; medium is $##. ## to $##. ## of capital to $## of labor; low is less than $##. ## of capital for every $## of labor.

  • Freight
  • Sea Freight
  • United States
  • Demand
  • Forecast

Taking the industry group as a whole, important substitutes for transportation services are in-house transportation (especially for surface modes), oil and gas pipelines, and private cars for passenger transport.

  • Sea Freight
  • Israel
  • CEVA Group Plc
  • El Al Israel Airlines Ltd.
  • FedEx Corporation

Taking the industry group as a whole, important substitutes for transportation services are in-house transportation (especially for surface modes), oil and gas pipelines, and private cars for passenger transport.

  • Sea Freight
  • Australasia
  • New Zealand
  • CMA CGM S.A.
  • FedEx Corporation

Taking the industry group as a whole, important substitutes for transportation services are in-house transportation (especially for surface modes), oil and gas pipelines, and private cars for passenger transport.

  • Sea Freight
  • South Korea
  • CEVA Group Plc
  • FedEx Corporation
  • Hyundai Merchant Marine Co., Ltd.

High capital intensity is more than $##. ## of capital to $## of labour; medium is $##. ## to $##. ## of capital to $## of labour; low is less than $##. ## of capital for every $## of labour.

  • Sea Freight
  • Shipping
  • Canada
  • Demand
  • Forecast

The government wants rail to compete on a commercial basis with other freight and passenger transport modes, with services funded from customer revenue as far as possible and rail investments providing a rate of return.

  • Sea Freight
  • Australasia
  • New Zealand
  • Oceania
  • Auckland International Airport Limited
  • Products & Markets
  • Products & Markets

High capital intensity is more than $##. ## of capital to $## of labor; medium is $##. ## to $##. ## of capital to $## of labor; low is less than $##. ## of capital for every $## of labor.

  • Sea Freight
  • United States
  • Demand
  • BAE Systems plc
  • Intertek Group plc

The twin ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach handle roughly one-third of the nation' s imports.

  • Sea Freight
  • United States
  • World
  • Demand
  • Supply

Goods transport volume and passenger transport volume grew by ##% and ##. ##% respectively.

  • Sea Freight
  • China
  • Demand
  • Market Size
  • Supply
  • OTHER COMPANIES

The smaller companies generally only operate one or two vessels carrying transporting bulk goods between local ports, while other operators primarily providing passenger transport services are excluded from the industry.

  • Freight
  • Logistics And Freight
  • Sea Freight
  • New Zealand
  • Trade

High capital intensity is more than $##. ## of capital to $## of labour; medium is $##. ## to $##. ## of capital to $## of labour; low is less than $##. ## of capital for every $## of labour.

  • Maritime Transport
  • Sea Freight
  • Australia
  • Demand
  • Trade

Ton-mile Unit used to measure the price of shipping one ton of freight fora distance of one mile.

  • Freight
  • Logistics And Freight
  • Sea Freight
  • United States
  • Trade

The score is calculated between ## and ##, ##. ## ##. ## ##. ## Buyer Power Price Trend Market Structure Market Risk with ## signifying low buyer power and ## meaning high buyer power.

  • Sea Freight
  • United States
  • Demand
  • Trade
  • FedEx Corporation

These acts regulate the transport of passengers and cargo by sea in Australian coastal waters.

  • Freight
  • Sea Freight
  • Australia
  • Demand
  • Trade
  • PRODUCTS & SERVICES CONTINUED
  • MAJOR MARKETS CONTINUED

High capital intensity is more than $##. ## of capital to $## of labor; medium is $##. ## to $##. ## of capital to $## of labor; low is less than $##. ## of capital for every $## of labor.

  • Sea Freight
  • United States
  • BAE Systems plc
  • Huntington Ingalls Industries
  • Intertek Group plc

High capital intensity is more than £##. ## of capital to £## of labour; medium is £##. ## to £##. ## of capital to £## of labour; low is less than £##. ## of capital for every £## of labour.

  • Freight
  • Sea Freight
  • United Kingdom
  • Demand
  • BP Shipping Limited