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Review of Maritime Transport 2011 - Unctad

Review of Maritime Transport 2011 - Unctad

CONTENTS Annexes I.

CONTENTS Annexes I. Classification of countries and territories........................................................................................ 172 II. World seaborne trade by country groups....................................................................................... 176 III. (a) Merchant fleets of the world by flags of registration, groups of countries and types of ship, as at 1 January 2011............................................................................................... 179 III. (b) Merchant fleets of the world by flags of registration, groups of countries and types of ship, as at 1 January 2011............................................................................................... 184 III. (c) Merchant fleets of the world by flags of registration, groups of countries and type of ship, as at 1 January 2011..................................................................................................................... 189 IV. True nationality of 20 largest fleets by flag of registration, as at 1 January 2011 ............................ 194 V. Container port throughput for maritime economies, 2008 and 2009 .............................................. 201 VI. UNCTAD Liner Shipping Connectivity Index (LSCI) ........................................................................ 204 VII. Countries’ market share in selected maritime businesses, per cent of world total .......................... 209 LIST OF TABLES, FIGURES AND BOXES Tables Page 1.1. World economic growth, 2007–2011 ............................................................................................ 3 1.2. Growth in the volume of merchandise trade, by geographical region, 2008–2010 ......................... 6 1.3. Development of international seaborne trade, selected years ........................................................ 7 1.4. World seaborne trade in 2006–2010, by type of cargo and country group .................................... 8 1.5. Oil and natural gas: major producers and consumers, 2010.......................................................... 14 1.6. Major dry bulks and steel: major producers, users, exporters and importers, 2010 ....................... 19 1.7. Estimated cargo flows on major East–West container trade routes, 1995–2009............................ 23 1.8. Estimated cargo flows on major East–West container trade routes, 2008–2010............................ 24 2.1. World fleet size by principal types of vessel, 2010–2011 ............................................................... 37 2.2. Long-term trends in the cellular container ship fleet ...................................................................... 39 2.3. Geared and gearless fully cellular container ships built in 2009 and 2010 ..................................... 39 2.4. Age distribution of the world merchant fleet, by vessel type, as at 1 January 2011 ..................... 41 2.5. The 35 countries and territories with the largest owned fleets (dwt), as at 1 January 2011 ............ 43 2.6. The 20 leading service operators of container ships, 1 January 2011............................................ 45 2.7. The 35 flags of registration with the largest registered deadweight tonnage, as at 1 January 2011.. 47 2.8. Distribution of dwt capacity of vessel types, by country group of registration, 2011....................... 48 2.9. Deliveries of newbuildings, different vessel types (2010) ............................................................... 52 2.10. Tonnage reported sold for demolition, different vessel types (2010) .............................................. 54 v

vi REVIEW OF MARITIME TRANSPORT 2011 2.11. World tonnage on order, 2000–2010 ............................................................................................ 56 2.12. Tonnage oversupply in the world merchant fleet , selected years .................................................. 58 3.1. Representative newbuilding prices, 2003–2010 ............................................................................ 64 3.2. Second-hand prices for five-year-old ships, 2003–2010................................................................ 65 3.3. Tanker freight indices, 2009–2011................................................................................................. 67 3.4. Tanker market summary: clean and dirty spot rates, 2009–2011................................................... 69 3.5. Dry cargo freight indices, 2007–2011............................................................................................ 73 3.6. Container ship time charter rates................................................................................................... 77 3.7. Liner freight indices, 2007–2011 ................................................................................................... 79 3.8. Cargo carried per deadweight ton of the total world fleet, selected years ..................................... 81 3.9. Estimated productivity of tankers, bulk carriers and the residual fleet, selected years .................... 82 4.1. Container port traffic for 76 developing countries and economic in transition: 2008, 2009 and 2010 ............................................................................................................................. 87 4.2. Top 20 container terminals and their throughput for 2008, 2009 and 2010.................................... 89 6.1. Top 20 economies for shipbuilding, 2010 deliveries....................................................................... 147 6.2. Structure of ship imports and exports in the Republic of Korea, 2001 and 2010 ........................... 147 6.3. Top 20 ship orderbooks by country of ownership, 1 January 2011................................................ 148 6.4. Brazilian-owned fleet, 1 January 2011........................................................................................... 149 6.5. The 20 largest containership-operating economies, January 2011 ................................................ 150 6.6. Chilean ship operators .................................................................................................................. 150 6.7. Top 10 ship-scrapping nations, 2010 ............................................................................................ 152 6.8. World’s largest ship-financing banks, total lending portfolio, 2009 ................................................. 154 6.9. Lenders to COSCO ...................................................................................................................... 155 6.10. Top 20 classification societies, 2010 ............................................................................................. 155 6.11. Membership of the International Group of P&I Clubs ..................................................................... 158 6.12. The 20 biggest suppliers of officers and ratings in 2010 ................................................................ 159 6.13. Top 10 flags employing Philippine seafarers, and top 10 occupations of Philippines seafearers ..... 160 6.14. Top 20 port operators, 2009 ......................................................................................................... 161 6.15. Performance figures of Dubai Ports World..................................................................................... 162 6.16. Comparison of maritime sectors.................................................................................................... 164 6.17. Correlation analysis between maritime sectors and economic indicators ....................................... 165

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    64 A. OVERVIEW OF THE DETERMINANTS

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    66 liner operators to adopt measure

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    68 Figure 3.1. Tanker freight marke

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    70 VLCCs. Average Suezmax freight r

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    72 have an effect on destabilizing

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    78 Table 3.6. Container ship time c

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    80 Figure 3.6. Container prices (20

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    86 A. PORT DEVELOPMENTS 1. Containe

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    88 Table 4.1. Container port traffi

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    90 so-called hub ports, basically a

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    92 In Costa Rica, APMT won a 33-yea

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    94 causing concern about the viabil

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    96 Box 4.1. The recent minerals boo

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    98 showing interest in the signific

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    100 projects and in a few large dev

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    102 4. Railways transport developme

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    104 Box 4.3. Private-sector partici

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    110 A. IMPORTANT DEVELOPMENTS IN TR

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    112 Exercise of the right of arrest

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    114 that international shipping emi

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    116 A report of the Working Group 4

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    118 By contrast, a number of other

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    120 the IMO Maritime Safety Committ

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    122 implementation of the SAFE Fram

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    124 Box 5.1. The International Ship

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    126 Memorandum of Understanding (Mo

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    128 (c) New certification requireme

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    130 national and regional developme

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    132 Figure 5.2. Overview of “WTO-

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    134 Source: For official status inf

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    172 a b c d Annex I. Classification

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    174 Annex I. Classification of coun

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    176 Annex II. World seaborne trade

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    180 Total fleet Oil tankers REVIEW

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    184 Annex III. (b) Merchant fleets

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    188 Total fleet Oil tankers REVIEW

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    190 Total fleet Oil tankers REVIEW

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    194 Annex IV. True nationality of t

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    196 Country or territory of ownersh

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    198 Country or territory of ownersh

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    200 Country or territory of ownersh

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    202 Annex V. Container port through

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    204 Annex VI. UNCTAD Liner Shipping

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    208 Annex VI. UNCTAD Liner Shipping

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    210 Annex VII. Countries’ market

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    212 Annex VII. Countries’ market

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