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Report on World Subsea Vessel Operations Market Forecast

This report forecast that between 2012 and 2016 $77bn will be spent on subsea vessel operations in field development, inspection, repair & maintenance (IRM) and subsea well intervention. This is an increase of 63% over the preceding five-year period, with global vessel demand for these markets expected to increase 33%.

This strong growth is a result of confidence returning to the subsea industry, a move towards deep water in underdeveloped regions and towards ultra deep in those already developed, and the subsequent increased demand for higher specification vessels required for these operations.

The World Subsea Vessel Operations Market Forecast 2012-2016 analyses the main factors driving demand for ROVSV, DSV, Flexlay, LWIV and Pipelay Vessels. The new edition contains:

Market forecasting & field prospect data – the report uses a unique market model specifically developed in collaboration with leading subsea industry participants. Based on the DW proprietary databases covering vessels and offshore oil and gas developments, the report includes a market forecast with an unmatched level of detail and presents analysis based on unique data.
Macro-economic indicators – a review of those influencing subsea markets including growing global energy demand and oil consumption, oil supply pressures, the role of deepwater, oil & gas prices drivers & forward assumptions and E&P expenditure.
Vessel fleet supply-side analysis – global vessel supply trends for DSVs, ROVSVs, Flexlays, Pipelays and LWIVs with historic vessel deliveries from 1965-2012 and vessel supply expressed in total vessel days, split by type.
Comprehensive analysis – of vessel demand for key subsea sectors from 2007-2016. Expenditure and vessel day demand broken out by field development, IRM and well intervention.
Regional analysis – expenditure and vessel demand by market with trend commentary and speedreads for Africa, Asia, Australasia, Eastern Europe & FSU, Latin America, Middle East, North America, Norway, UK and Rest of Western Europe.

Why buy the report?
The World Subsea Vessel Operations Market Forecast 2012-2016 is an excellent source of information for those seeking a timely update on this dynamic and rapidly changing industry. Geared to senior executives’ needs, the report assumes no previous knowledge of the subject area. The report provides the reader with a comprehensive understanding of the key trends involved in shaping the requirement for subsea vessels.

Concise report layout – industry background and supporting materials condensed to enable quick review
The report is essential for financial institutions, equipment manufacturers, offshore engineering, construction, operations & maintenance companies and contractors, drilling operators, oil & gas companies and agencies & government departments wanting to make more informed investment decisions.

Table of Contents
Executive Summary & Conclusions
Market Expenditure Summary
Global Vessel Supply & Demand

Macro-Economic Overview
Global Energy Supply & Demand
Move to Offshore
Role of Deepwater
Oil & Gas Price – Drivers and Forward Assumptions
E&P Expenditure

Definitions & Terminology
Markets
Vessel Tasks & Definitions
Vessel Activity by Type

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Research on Global and China Marine Diesel Engine Industry Report

The marine diesel engine is crowned as the “heart” that provides power for the vessel, falling into low-speed, middle-speed and high-speed marine diesel engines. Presently, the world’s two prominent marine diesel engine brands are MAN and W?rtsil?, of which the former is regarded as the low-speed marine diesel engineer tycoon, while the latter is the middle-speed titan.? ?

The new vessel orders worldwide witnessed steep drop in 2011, causing the bleak demand for marine diesel engine. The order book of MAN Diesel & Turbo saw a year-on-year increase of 6.2%, but the figure was far behind that of 18.6% in 2010; by contrast, the order value of W?rtsil? Ship Power decreased by 7.7% year-on-year.

In order to enhance competitive edge and consolidate the market dominance, international marine diesel engine giants in 2011 accelerated their expansion in the Chinese market. In May, the phase-Ⅱ project of MAN Diesel & Turbo started business in Changzhou; in June, W?rtsil? and Jiangsu Cuixing Ocean Engineering established a joint venture which was specialized in the production of W26, W32 four-stroke middle-speed engine; in November, Caterpillar teamed up with Anqing CSSC Marine Diesel Co., Ltd. to set up a joint venture which was also the world’s only joint venture of Caterpillar in middle-speed marine diesel engine sector.

In China, the production of all low-speed diesel engines should be accredited by foreign tycoons such as MAN and W?rtsil? (occupying over 95%). In particular, one third of middle-speed diesel engines are licensed by MAN and W?rtsil?, being mainly applied as generating units of ocean vessels. And the rest are applied for the R&D and production of offshore and inland vessels. In 2011, CSSC Guangzhou Marine Diesel Co., Ltd. separately signed marine diesel engine technology import agreements with MAN and W?rtsil?. Taken together, MAN had 16 China-based technology authorized dealers, while W?rtsil? had 9 ones.

Chinese marine diesel engine enterprises made remarkable progress in many aspects such as capacity, product structure and independent R&D through import.

Improvement in the Level of Production
In 2010, the low-speed marine diesel engine capacity of China hit 12 million horsepower, while the output realized 4.306 million horsepower, rising 39.4% over 2007.And the middle-speed marine diesel engine output registered 8.245 million horsepower, an increase of 73.1% over 2007.

In 2011, the production of marine diesel engine in China witnessed remarkable progress over 2010, with the output of Dalian Marine Diesel Co., Ltd., Yichang Marine Diesel Engine Co., Ltd., Zhenjiang CME Co., Ltd. reaching 101 units (1.63 million horsepower), 101 units (1.04 horsepower) and 713 units (including 14 units of low-speed engines). By contrast, both the output of Hefei RongAn Power Machinery Co., Ltd. and Jiangsu Antai Power Machinery Co., Ltd. doubled year-on-year to 40 units.

Gradual Perfection in Product Structure
In recent years, China’s marine diesel engine enterprises have intensified their efforts to adjust product structure, developed and realized mass-production of high-power, big-cylinder diameter or intelligent low-speed marine diesel engines, new-type middle-speed diesel engines, etc, making it possible for China to make gradual progress in the domestication R&D of patent marine diesel engines.

The IMO Tier standard of marine diesel engine was formally effective since Jan.1, 2011. Coupled with the IMO Tier standard that is to take effect in 2016, the relevant enterprises are forced to make continual effort to facilitate the structural adjustment of marine diesel engines, in a bid to accelerate the environment friendly-driven model. ?

Breakthrough in Independent R&D Capability
In April 2011, the first independently developed low-speed engine, 6S42MC/ZJ3#, by Zhenjiang CME Co. Ltd (ZJCME) was delivered; then in November, CSIC successfully developed middle-speed diesel engine, 6CS21/32, and formally launched it into the market.

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China Special Freight Logistics Industry Report, 2011-2012

This report highlights the study of large goods and dangerous cargo logistics, and also analyzes the highly specialized logistics fields, such as IT logistics, pharmaceutical logistics and home appliance logistics.

Automotive logistics providers often depend on large groups. The logistics subsidiaries of large automakers like SAIC and Changan Automobile Group not only engage in their own automotive logistics, but also provide logistics services for other small automotive brands.

Fueled by the downstream demand, China’s automotive logistics industry has witnessed robust growth. The net income of Changan Minsheng APLL Logistics Co., Ltd. achieved a CAGR of 35.6% in 2008-2011. The revenue of Anji TNT, 80% of whose businesses are vehicle logistics, grew at CAGR of over 25% in recent three years. Commercial automobile transportation has become the major business of China Railway Special Cargo Services Co., Ltd. which delivered 320,000 commercial automobiles in the first four months of 2012, equivalent to six times as its annual transportation volume in 2006.

The petrochemical logistics grows quickly in China and the top three providers are Freetrade Science and Technology, Winbase and Oriental Energy. In 2008-2011, the revenue and net income of Freetrade Science and Technology increased at a CAGR of 50.3% and 60% separately, and those of Winbase rose at a CAGR of 9.1% and 6.8% respectively.

China’s pharmaceutical logistics is still in the stage of optimization of single link in the supply chain which hardly involves the integration of upstream pharmaceutical plants and providers and downstream wholesale & retail pharmaceutical enterprises and hospitals. There are a large number of small pharmaceutical logistics businesses, featuring low degree of industry concentration. The top 3 pharmaceutical logistics providers, namely, Sinopharm Logistics, Shanghai Pharmaceutical Logistics Center and Jointown Pharmaceutical Logistic Center, together make up less than 20% market share.

IT logistics providers are mainly located in the Yangtze River Delta and the Pearl River Delta. Affected by the industry climate, IT logistics industry is wholly on the decline in recent years. In 2008-2011, the revenue of Jiangsu Feiliks International Logistics Inc. grew at a CAGR of negatively 16.8%, and the net income presented a CAGR of negatively 5.8%. And the revenue and net income of Xinning Logistics presented a CAGR of -26.8% and -9.8% separately.

Table of Contents
1. Overview of Special Freight Logistics Industry
1.1 Definition
1.2 Special Freight Transportation
1.2.1 Transportation Scope
1.2.2 Key Enterprise-COSCO Shipping Co., Ltd.
2. Automotive Logistics
2.1 Introduction
2.2 Changan Minsheng APLL Logistics Co., Ltd.
2.2.1 Profile
2.2.2 Operation
2.2.3 Customers and Suppliers
2.3 ANJI Automotive Logistics Co., Ltd.
2.3.1 Profile
2.3.2 Operation
2.3.3 Development Strategy
2.4 China Railway Special Cargo Services Co., Ltd.
2.5 FAW Logistics Co., Ltd.
2.6 Fengshen Logistics
3. Petrochemical Logistics
3.1 Status Quo
3.1.1Development Overview
3.1.2 Development by Region
3.1.3 Key Enterprises
3.2 Freetrade Science and Technology
3.2.1 Profile
3.2.2 Operation
3.2.3 Major Clients
3.2.4 Planning for 2012
3.3 Winbase
3.3.1 Profile
3.3.2 Revenue Structure
3.3.3 Major Clients
3.3.4 Market Position
4. Iron & Steel Logistics
4.1 Development Overview
4.2 Europol
4.2.1 Profile
4.2.2 Revenue Structure
4.2.3 Development Plan
4.3 Other Enterprises

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China General Cargo Logistics Industry Report, 2011-2012

In China, the logistic cost is increasing these years. In 2007, the gross external logistic cost of China broke RMB4 trillion, while the figure in 2009 hit RMB6 trillion. In 2011, China’s external logistic cost totaled RMB8.4 trillion, accounting for 17.8% of the GDP. By the structure of logistic cost, the transportation fee, warehousing charges and logistics management fee stands at 55%, 33% and 12%, respectively.

Of China’s top 50 logistic enterprises, 22 ones are transportation-oriented, making up 44%; 26 ones are integrated businesses, occupying 52%; and the rest 2 are warehousing logistic firms, sharing 4%. Concerning geographical distribution of the top 50 businesses, 78% are spread in economically developed East China, 12% are located in West China, 8% in Central China, and the rest 2% in Northeast China.

In 2011, shipping companies suffered a hit in performance among transportation-oriented logistic enterprises. The reduction came as the glooming international economic environment, which caused the slash in demand and freight rate. And many shipping companies encountered heavy loss. In particular, the loss of China COSCO Holdings Company Limited reached RMB10.5 billion, followed by China Shipping Container Lines Co., Ltd. and Chang Jiang Shipping Group Phoenix Co., Ltd. with the respective loss of RMB2.7 billion and RMB880 million.

In 2011, the revenue of the top 8 integrated logistic companies was in excess of RMB1.0 billion each, among them Xiamen C&D Inc., Xiamen Xiangyu Group Corporation and Shanghai International Port Group (SIPG) were all with the revenue over RMB10 billion. When it comes to net income, SIPG ranked No.1 (RMB4.724 billion), followed by Tielong Container Logistics (RMB504 million) and Xiamen C&D Inc. (RMB230 million).

In 2011, the warehousing logistic enterprises generate profit mainly from value-added services. The traditional custodian service saw negative profit, while businesses including freight forwarding, spot market and impawning supervision all pay off. In 2011, CMST Development, the warehousing business of which involves in steel, coal and non-ferrous metal, realized the gross margin of 4.5% and the net profit margin of 1.7%; Aucksun, the warehousing business of which mainly engages in IT metal materials, registered the gross margin of 10.1% and the net profit margin of 5.7%, respectively.

Table of Contents
1. Overview of Logistics
1.1 Definition and Classification
1.1.1 Definition
1.1.2 Classification of Logistics System
1.2 Report Highlights
2. Development of Logistics Industry in China
2.1 Status Quo
2.1.1 Characteristics
2.1.2 Operation of Logistics Companies
2.1.3 Top 50 Logistics Companies in China
2.2 Overview of Transport Logistics Market
2.2.1 Competitive Landscape
2.2.2 Three Transportation Groups
2.2.3 Operation of Listed Companies
2.3 Overview of Integrated Logistics Market
2.3.1 Operation of General Cargo Listed Companies
2.4 Overview of Warehouse Logistics Market
2.4.1 Operation of Warehousing Companies in 2011
2.4.2 Operation of Listed Companies
3. Transport Logistics Companies
3.1 China COSCO Holdings Company Limited
3.1.1 Profile
3.1.2 Freight Volume and Capacity
3.1.3 Revenue Share
3.1.4 Performance Outlook for 2012
3.2 China Shipping Development Company Limited
3.2.1 Profile
3.2.2 Revenue Structure
3.2.3 Strategy
3.3 China Shipping Container Lines Co., Ltd.
3.3.1 Profile
3.3.2 Revenue Structure
3.4 China Shipping Haisheng Co., Ltd.
3.4.1 Profile
3.4.2 Revenue Structure
3.4.3 Performance Outlook for 2012
3.5 Sinotrans Ltd.
3.5.1 Profile
3.5.2 Revenue Structure
3.5.3 Development Plan
3.6 Sinotrans Air Transportation Development Co., Ltd.

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Indian Luxury Boat Industry Outlook to 2020

The report titled “Indian Luxury Boats Industry Outlook to 2020” provides insight on the market size, segmentation by category and geography, growth drivers and restraints of the industry. The report entails SWOT analysis, competitive landscape and future outlook of this niche industry. The report finally maps out conservative and optimistic scenario future projections to 2020 on the basis multi-factor regression model.

The luxury boat industry in India is at a nascent stage. The market is largely import driven with some of the major countries exporting luxury boats in India include Italy, UAE and China. A high percentage of boat owners are from Mumbai, Goa and Kochi because of the availability of docking facilities.

The luxury boat market in India has showcased phenomenal growth of ~% in the last 5 years. Market bulged more than ~ times from ~ luxury boats in FY’2007. The last two years have been worst effected with a major decline in the sale of luxury boats due to recession.

The Indian luxury boat market is dominated by the 33ft-50ft boat segment in volume terms with the presence of ~ luxury boats of 33-50ft in FY’10-11 (~% of total luxury boats). The market has witnessed a growth in the business as several foreign players are eyeing the Indian market with ~% reduction in demand for pleasure boats in Europe and the US.

The luxury boat market is in an embryonic stage but it is expected that the market in the country will enter in the growth stage in the next decade. The state & central government need to play a major role in improving the infrastructure and development of marinas in the country.

Under conservative scenario, the number of cumulative luxury yacht sales will reach ~ boats by 2015 and to ~ boats by 2020 while optimistic scenario directed that the number of cumulative luxury boats sale will increase at a CAGR of ~% and will reach ~ yachts by 2020.

TABLE OF CONTENT
1. Luxury Boats Market Introduction
1.1. Market Definitions
1.2. Market Assumptions
1.3. Industry Stage & Structure
2. Market Size by Value & Volume, FY’2007-FY’2011
2.1. Slump in Growth in the Market for Luxury Boats in India in the Last 2 Years
2.2. Why This Small Market Size?: Supporting Facts
3. Drivers & Restraints
3.1. Unbalanced Industry Growth with Several Unresolved Problems
3.2. Huge Growth Potential but Need to Clear Major Roadblocks First
4. Market Segmentation by Volume, Value & Geography
4.1. Pounding Luxury Boats Segment of 55ft+ Driving the Value Demand
4.2. Mumbai and Kochi – The Epicenter of Boating Industry
5. SWOT Analysis – Compelling Opportunities thriving the Luxury Boats Industry Growth
6. Competitive Landscape – Market Centered Around Four Major Dealers
7. Future Outlook and Forecasting Model
7.1. Unexplored Potential with Stimulative Reforms & Infrastructure
7.2. Strong Positive Correlation among Luxury Boats, AMCs & Trained Manpower
7.3. Multi Factor Regression Analysis
8. Future Projections to 2020
8.1. Conservative Scenario: Expected Slack in Policy Structure & Infrastructure Development
8.2. Optimistic Scenario: Expected Amendments in Government Reforms with Marina Development
9. Research Methodology
10. Disclaimer

LIST OF FIGURES
Cumulative Luxury Boat Sale by Volume, 2006-2011
Cumulative Luxury Boat Sale by Value in INR Crore, 2006-2011
Luxury Boat Market Segmentation by Volume, 2006-2011
Luxury Boat Market Segmentation by Value in INR Crore, 2006-2011

LIST OF TABLES
Indian Luxury Boats Market Segmentation on the Basis of City, Volume, FY’10-11
Pearson Correlation Matrix of the Indian Luxury Boats Industry
Multi-Factor Fundamental Regression Model of the Indian Luxury Boats Industry
Major Industry Factors: Current & Conservative Projections
Major Industry Factors: Current & Optimistic Projections

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Container Logistics (CFS & ICD) Market in India 2012

The rise in containerized cargo traffic has led to the growth in CFSs and ICDs. Development of a dedicated freight corridor running across India is expected to be beneficial for CFS/ICD providers. Strong growth and high profit margins are acting as incentives for existing and new players to make large investments.

The report begins with an introduction section, projecting the evolution of containerization globally as well as in India. It then shows the value chain in the logistics market and the container logistics market.

Market overview section provides a brief snapshot of the Container Logistics Market. This section includes the market size of the container logistics market in India in terms of container cargo traffic in 12 major ports in India, demonstrating the forecasted growth over the period FY2011 – FY2016. The section then gives a snapshot of the market in the three container logistics segments. This section also shows the current scenario of the container logistics infrastructure and the estimated investment needed in it by 2020. Further this section maps the major maritime states & ports in India and highlights the ICDs in India. It then points out the ICDs/CFSs operations followed by their functions and benefits.

Pre requisite & regulations section deals with the set up requirements ICDs/ CFSs in India followed by regulations for approval of ICDs/ CFSs and the archaic legislation attached with it. Further, export & import procedures through ICDs and CFSs are also explained.

Government initiative section emphasizes on the investment in logistics infrastructure, container terminal privatization, logistics support at JN Port – India’s largest container port, planned investment on projects at JN Port till 2019-20, future expansion projects at JN Port and projects in progress at JN Port.

Foreign investment section points out the channels of entry in India for the foreign investors, some recent inbound M&A transactions and joint ventures in India in container logistics sector. Subsequently, the pros & cons for foreign investors in storage based segment such as CFSs / ICDs are also shown.

Market Influencers section in the report provides a comprehensive set of factors which boosts and hinders the growth in the market. An analysis of the section brings forth the key drivers fueling growth in the market including growth in containerized cargo, improvement in custom clearance activities, higher margins in comparison with other logistics activities, and construction of dedicated freight corridor. While the challenges identified comprises of high costs entailed for the development of a facility and archaic procedures for the movement of containerized cargo.

Improvement needs at dry ports section highlights the development requirements at the dry ports i.e. ICDs and CFSs in India.

The competition section profiles the major players in container logistics market in India in details within the report which enables readers to get a clear picture of the current competitive scenario. The section lists the basic details of the players such as corporate information, business highlights and key members. The section also features financial analysis of key vendors which in turn provides us with the financial health of players.

The strategic recommendations section highlights the opportunities of the investors in container logistics sector in India in the current scenario. It provides investment recommendation for investors and recommendations for foreign investors while entry.

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