With seaborne trade becoming more important in terms of a country's economic development, government organisations are heavily investing in harbour deepening efforts across the world. A deeper harbour can accommodate heavy and huge cargo ships, allowing the region's commercial activity to expand. This has taken on more relevance against the backdrop of a distressed international trade landscape as a result of the trade war between China and the United States. Although it is possible to improve this state, it is also possible that this scenario may have a negative impact on the harbour deepening market due to the prospect of reduced shipping activity.
According to a recent Fact.MR analysis, the need for harbour deepening in urban growth is fast expanding, but it is being outpaced by trade maintenance activities. According to the analysis, the harbour deepening market is expected to develop at a steady CAGR of 3.0% in terms of value from 2018 to 2028.
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The shipping business has infiltrated the global commercial arena. According to the International Chamber of Shipping, over 50,000 merchant ships have been in service, accounting for around 90% of global trade across international seas. This has resulted in an increase in the number of large vessels anchoring, increasing the demand for harbour deepening.
The expanding oil and gas industry has continued to have an impact on harbour deepening initiatives, particularly since the lifting of trade restrictions on crude oil shipments across major countries. This resulted in an increase in oil exports from the United States alone to an average of 1.1 million barrels per day in 2017.
Technology implementation has also increased global oil commerce, increasing the demand for harbour deepening projects across nations.
The increased expense of harbour deepening has had a negative influence on the entire market. This is likely to be compensated by favourable government incentives in the form of budget allocations. As a result of the continually increasing harbour deepening activities, government spending will rise. The Charleston Harbor Deepening project and the Savanah Harbor Deepening project are two of the key initiatives substantially supported by the government, with the former receiving $509 million and the latter receiving an extra $100 million. Rising government assistance has bolstered harbour deepening projects, which are expected to rise by 2.1% by 2028.
Harbor deepening efforts have also infiltrated the cruising zone, with several projects underway to facilitate the sailing of huge cruise ships. According to the CLIA (Cruise Lines International Association), the cruising sector has turned pink, with an increasing number of customers choosing to cruise. Only cruising passengers are expected to exceed 27 million, according to the group. This calculation has shook a handful of the world's top ports, including PortMiami, which is rapidly investing in harbour deepening.
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The United States has maintained its dominance in the North America area, with significant harbour deepening projects financed by the US government. The rising oil exports have had a significant impact on the country's port deepening. Similarly, in terms of freight logistics, Germany leads the European Union. With expanding harbour rehabilitation initiatives such as the Peter Harbor Redevelopment programme, the harbour deepening scenario in the United Kingdom is also crucial.
Japan's harbour deepening has accelerated due to increased overseas commerce. Other factors contributing to harbour deepening activities include the country's container cargo and seaborne vehicle freight.
Japan and Singapore recently announced a feasibility study to encourage LNG bunkering for vehicle carriers operating between the two nations. Nonetheless, the country is expected to provide profitable growth potential for harbour deepening in the next years.
Global Harbor Deepening Market Segments
By Application :
o Capital Deepening
o Trade Maintenance
o Urban Development
o Coastal Protection
By End-Use :
o Government Organizations
o Private Organizations
o Mining & Energy Companies
o Oil & Gas Companies
By Region :
o North America
o Latin America
o East Asia
o South Asia & Oceania
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Competitive Landscape: Top Companies in Harbor Deepening Market
The market composition for harbor deepening includes majorly international European players like Jan De Nul and DEME. These players operate for onshore, offshore, civil works, marine solutions and environmental projects.
Further, with a large fleet size and wide business portfolio, major players are gaining global share. Mid-size companies are growing their market share rapidly by engaging operations with big players in international projects. A firm grip on the international market is strengthening the big players while regional dominance in the closed market of North America and China gives an edge to small domestic players.
Key Companies Profiled: DEME, Jan De Nul, Great lakes Dredge & Dock Company, Royal Boskalis Westmister, Van Oord Dredging & Marine Contractors, CHEC, Penta Ocean, Hyundai E&C, TOA Corporation, Dredging Corporation of India, National Marine Dredging, Cashman Dredging, Inai Kiara, Rohde Nielsen, Norfolk Dredging, Starhigh Asia Pacific Pte Ltd, Weeks Marine Inc., Orion Marine Group, J.F. Brennan, Salmons Dredging Corporations, BEAN, Ellicott Dredges
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