Maritime transport economics analysis of sea freight markets

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Consequently, shipping markets should be examined as different sub-markets or categories according to the ship type oil, tanker, bulk carrier, container ships, car carriers, etc. For the year , Clarksons Research estimated the crude oil trade volume to be 1. Until the beginning of the new millennium, the demand-growth on the dry bulk shipping markets was fairly static and mostly reliant on the steam coal trade. Maritime Transport Markets Literally, a market is a physical place where commodities are sold and bought, How ever in modern and extended sense, a market can be defined as a space over which buyers negotiate the exchange of a well defined commodity, it must be possible for buyers and sellers to communicate with each other and to make meaningful deals over the whole market Lipsey The capacity growth of Diposting oleh. Shipping is a special sector different from other service sectors of economic activities, the maritime market is also a special one. The remaining third of the dry bulk trade is composed of a broad mixture of agricultural products, forest products, steel products as well as non-ferrous metal ores or scrap but also cement or fertilizers. Shipping market can therefore be physically tangible place such as London's Baltic Exchange , or it can also be intangible, such as cyber space, where good communication between sellers and buyers are available. After the s recession and oil price shock, the seaborne crude oil trade fell sharply but has recovered since then and stands—with some distance to the iron ore trade left—as the largest individual commodity being shipped in bulk. Source: ISL base on IHS Fairplay Looking at the development of time charter markets for large crude oil tankers in the years and leaves the reader puzzling. Source: ISL based on Clarksons Research Shipping Review and Outlook Clarksons Research Although the longer lasting 1 year time-charter rates regularly smoothen out the volatility of the spot-market, time charter rates are quite volatile too.

During periods of fundamentally oversupplied markets, it is not uncommon for freight rates to edge up sharply, as tonnage on the spot markets may be tight occasionally, resulting from unforeseen demand spikes see Fig. Source: ISL base on IHS Fairplay Whilst having been notoriously undersupplied with tonnage during the years — and throughout most of until the start of the global recessionthe supply-demand-balance on the dry bulk shipping markets has developed in favor of the shippers in recent years, leaving shipping investors with relatively poor earrings and — resulting from the still filled orderbook early in only with medium-term hopes for a sustained recovery.

Source: ISL based on Clarksons Research Shipping Review and Outlook Clarksons Research Although the longer lasting 1 year time-charter rates regularly smoothen out the volatility of the spot-market, time charter rates are quite volatile too.

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In the case of bulk shipping time charter-rates though, the volatility of the nineties is dwarfed by the scaling required by the and spike in earnings. Until the beginning of the new millennium, the demand-growth on the dry bulk shipping markets was fairly static and mostly reliant on the steam coal trade.

Diposting oleh. Originally, when shipping activities were at the beginning and at a low level, the market was undivided and not specialized.

Maritime transport economics analysis of sea freight markets

According to figures from Clarksons Research in the yearroughly 3. There were not many types of ships and the transport requirements were simple and similar whenever and wherever the transport took place. Source: ISL based on Clarksons Research Shipping Review and Outlook Although the fleet expansion later on was clearly driven by the positive earnings situation, earnings during the boom years were not as strong as in the dry bulk sector.

As a result, compared to the dry bulker markets, the tanker markets are equipped with a slightly more optimistic outlook for the medium term early in —albeit from low levels. Maritime Transport Markets Literally, a market is a physical place where commodities are sold and bought, How ever in modern and extended sense, a market can be defined as a space over which buyers negotiate the exchange of a well defined commodity, it must be possible for buyers and sellers to communicate with each other and to make meaningful deals over the whole market Lipsey The alternative suggested definition is that they are commodities, which can be poured, tipped or pumped into the hold of a ship.

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