China Port Industry Report, 2006-2007
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Up to the end of 2005, China owns 1030 production berths (over 10,000 tons); 10 ports had joined the global top ten ports (100 million tons). China port handling capacity had amounted to 4.91 billion tons, up by 17.7% compared to the year of 2004; the container handling capacity also had reached 75.8 million TEU, up by 23% compared to the year of 2004.With a freight handling capacity of 443 million-tons, Shanghai Port rose to be the largest port in the world from the fourth place; the container handling capacity of Shanghai Port and Shenzhen Port achieved 18 million TEUs and 16.18 million TEUs respectively, enabling them to go up to the third and the fourth place accordingly. Meanwhile, in 2005, coastal port construction spent RMB 131.3 billion; another 129 berths were built, including 76 deep water berths (over 10,000 tons); handling capacity increased by 190 million tons. With a certain scale, port group around Bohai bay, Yangtze River delta and Pearl River delta has started developing in a more professional way. Moreover, China has ranked first of the world for consecutive three years in handling capacity of freight and container.

Freight handling capacity of ports and growth rate in China, 2001-2005

With respect to expansion of port industry, China port industry has met the best opportunities since 1990, and the risk is relatively lower. The Port Law, implemented on and after Jan 1 2004, has encouraged the organizations or individuals both at home and abroad to invest in and port operations, and accordingly, provided China port industry with legal support to establish and improve diversified mechanism.

Transportation demand will keep a considerable growth in 2006, and the freight traffic is expected to see a new record. Meanwhile, as China Western Development Drive, the rising of Middle China, and the rapid economic development of Yangtze River delta, all of those will further promote the transportation between East and West, and in addition to the diversified international market and the increase of large scale materials, China port freight transportation market is in short supply, and the container handling capacity will remain a rapid growth. Consequently, the overall handling capacity and layout of coastal ports and berth construction are under big pressure.

China port construction from 2006 to 2007 will focus on specialized dock construction of coal, petroleum, ore and container, to construct & reconstruct coal loading docks in Qinhuangdao, Tangshan and Tianjin; to accelerate the construction of crude oil handling docks (over 200,000 tons) in ports of Dalian, Qingdao and Ningbo; accelerating the construction of 200,000-ton ore docks in coastal ports and Yangtze river estuary; to accelerate the construction of Shanghai International Shipping Center and large-sized container docks in hub ports of Dalian, Tianjin, Qingdao, Xiamen, Shenzhen, Guangzhou and the construction of related feed ports.

In the near future, China port industry will gradually develop steadily after a rapid growth. However, it is still of  high value to invest in hub ports in view of strategy thanks to the increase of handling capacity of domestic trade as well as the great space for rise in handling charges rate. Therefore, China port industry shows a promising future. From 2006 to 2010, China plans to increase the port handling capacity by 80% or more. By 2010, the annual handling capacity of Chinese ports will reach 6.1 billion tons, and the container handing capacity also will be 120-140 million TEUs. The rising of China port industry reflects the rapid development of China national economy.

The report data mainly sourced from authoritative institutions such as National Bureau of Statistics, General Administration of Customs, Water Transportation Dept. of Ministry of Communications, China Port & Harbor Association, etc. and related provincial statistic institutions, this report carries out an in-depth analysis on demand, investment, competition pattern, sales and development trends of China port industry. It could enable related enterprises and investors to understand the updates and development trends of China port industry, and serves as an valuable reference to make marketing strategies.

 

1. Status quo of China port industry, 2005-2006
1.1 Infrastructure of China ports
1.2 Operation of ports in China, 2005-2006
1.2.1Overall analysis of China logistics industry, 2005
1.3 Port handling capacity statistics

2. Operation of hub ports in China
2.1 Shanghai port
2.1.1 Water depth of berth and channel
2.1.2 Construction
2.1.3 Operations
2.2 Shenzhen port
2.2.1 Water depth of berth and channel
2.2.2 Construction
2.2.3 Operations
2.3 Qingdao Port
2.3.1 Water depth of berth and channel
2.3.2 Construction
2.3.3 Operations
2.4 Tianjin Port
2.4.1 Water depth of berth and channel
2.4.2 Construction 
2.4.3 Operations
2.5 Guangzhou Port
2.5.1 Water depth of berth and channel
2.5.3 Operations
2.6 Dalian Port
2.6.1 Water depth of berth and channel
2.6.2 Construction
2.6.3 Operations
2.7 Xiamen Port
2.7.1 Water depth of berth and channel
2.7.2 Construction
2.7.3 Operations

3. China marine transportation market
3.1 Container transportation market and dry bulk cargo transportation market
3.1.1 Capacity and development trends of container transportation market
3.1.2 Capacity and development trends of bulk cargo transportation market
3.2 Segmented transportation market by goods
3.2.1 Capacity and development trends of oil transportation market
3.2.2 Capacity and development trends of coal transportation market
3.2.3 Capacity and development trends of grain transportation market
3.3 Analysis of regional marine transportation markets
3.3.1 Container flow of six big shipping lines
3.3.2 Container transportation in Asia-pacific region
3.3.3 Profit prospect of marine transportation in Asia
3.4 Handling capacity forecast
3.4.1 Global shipping capacity in 2006
3.4.2 Handling capacity forecast of coastal ports in China

 4. China inland shipping market
4.1 Inland ports
4.1.1 Overview of main rivers in China
4.1.2 Distribution characteristics of waterway networks
4.1.3 Geographical distribution of inland ports
4.1.4 Main navigable rivers
4.2 Demand and development of China inland shipping 
4.2.1 Inland shipping in Guangdong province
4.1.2 Development advantages of inland shipping in West China
4.1.3 Inland shipping in Shanghai

5. Demand analysis of freight transportation market
5.1 Demand of macro market
5.1.1 Relationship between national economy growth and ports
5.1.2 Relationship between international trade and ports
5.2 Statistic of freight transportation
5.2.1 Total freight traffic volume in China, 2005
5.2.2 Comparison of freight transportation by regions
5.3 Analysis of segmented freight transportation markets
5.3.1 Express transport market
5.3.2 Container transportation market
5.3.3 Container transportation for foreign trade
5.3.4 Special transportation market

6. Regional port markets
6.1 Port aggregation in the Yangtze Delta
6.1.1 Shipping matching industries converge at the Yangtze Delta
6.1.2 The development of Port aggregation in the Yangtze Delta (from the view of regional economy)
6.2 Port aggregation in the Pearl River Delta
6.3 Port aggregation around Bohai bay
6.4 Port aggregation along the west coast of the Taiwan Strait

7. Development trend of shipbuilding industry 
7.1 Demand and supply of ships in China
7.2 Ship design in China
7.3 Varying of ship price
7.4 R & D and operation of car carrier

8. Influence of related upstream industries
8.1 Port construction
8.1.1 Overview
8.1.2 Regional port construction
8.2 Status quo of China logistics industry
8.2.1 The development of modern logistics industry is necessary 
8.2.2 China logistics industry needs to be ordered 
8.3 Port enterprises and the capital market
8.3.1 Current port investment & financing systems and policies
8.3.1.1 Actual capital source of port infrastructure construction
8.3.1.2 Main current policies on port investment & financing
8.3.1.3 Effect assessment and problems of current port investment & financing systems and policies
8.3.2 Overview of foreign port management, investment and financing systems
8.3.3 Discussions on China port investment & financing systems and policies

9. Port enterprises
9.1 International port enterprises
9.1.1 P&O Ports
9.1.2 Hutchison Port Holdings
9.2 Competition characteristics and opportunities of domestic ports 
9.2.1 China port structure in the future
9.2.1.1 Trend 
9.2.1.2 Cooperate effectively to achieve win-win solution 
9.2.2 Logistics service becomes the most important part of port competition
9.3 Major enterprises and listed companies
9.3.1 Hutchison Port Holdings
9.3.2 Shanghai Port Container Co., Ltd
9.3.3 Shenzhen Yantian Port Group Company Ltd.
9.3.4 Tianjin Port CO., Ltd

10. Development analysis of China logistics industry
10.1 Logistics development strategies of port enterprises
10.1.1 Unification strategy
10.1.2 Product strategy
10.1.3 Customer service strategy
10.2 Operation analysis of China logistics industry, 2005
10.2.1 Total logistics volume increases fast, but the growth rate falls
10.2.2 The growth rate of total logistics expenses slows down, and its proportion in GDP retreats
10.2.3 Modern logistics operations such as delivery, distribution processing and packaging continue soaring
10.2.4 Added values grow quickly, and the benefits of the logistics service increase
10.2.5 Fixed assets investment accelerates, and infrastructure continues to improve

11. Development forecast of China port industry
11.1 Forecast of China port industry in 2007
11.2 Development layout and forecast of ports in China, 2010

12. Development trend of China port industry
12.1 Development trend of port scale economy
12.2 Coastal port construction takes on four trends
12.3 Development trend of ports in China
12.3.1 Relationship between port and logistics
12.3.2 Qualifications for Chinese ports to develop the logistics 
12.3.3 Status quo and gap amongst ports in China
12.3.4 Development solutions

13. Investment characteristics of China port industry
13.1 Entry barriers of China port industry
13.2 Investment opportunities and risks
13.3 Profitability of China port industry

14. China Port industry under the globalization 
14.1 The impacts of China entry into WTO
14.1.1 Positive effects
14.1.2 Negative effects

15. Analysis of China economic environment
15.1 Economic operations in 2005
15.2 Four major problems in 2005
15.3 Economic operation in Q1 2006
15.3.1 Overview
15.3.2 Agricultural production
15.3.3 Industrial production
15.3.4 Fixed assets investment
15.3.5 Domestic market sales
15.3.6 Market price
15.3.7 Foreign trade
15.3.8 Incomes of urban and rural residents

16. Policy environment analysis of China port industry
16.1 Latest related policies
16.1.1 Administrative Regulation of Port Operating
16.1.2 Marine transportation policies
16.1.2.1 Evaluating and Administrative Measures of Port Safety
16.1.2.2 Measures for the Completion-based Check and Acceptance of Port Projects
16.1.3 Integrate resources of port groups and set up characteristic port systems
16.1.4 Investment and financing policy research of waterway transportation
16.2 China port industry after system reform
16.2.1 The reform of port management system is required to be further deepened
16.2.2 Difficulty analysis of deepening port management system reform
16.2.3 Suggested solutions for deepening port management system reform
Total numbers of inland transportation ships and NDW 2005
Total numbers of coastal transportation ships and NDW, 2005
Total slots of coastal transportation containers in China, 2005
Total freight traffic volume of water transportation, 2005
Passenger turnover of water transportation, 2005
Freight traffic volume and freight turnover of inland transportation, 2005
Freight traffic volume and freight turnover of coastal transportation, 2005
Freight traffic volume and freight turnover of ocean transportation, 2005
Freight traffic volume and freight turnover of Yangtze River system, 2005
Freight traffic volume and freight turnover of Grand Canal, 2005
Freight traffic volume and freight turnover of Pearl River system, 2005
Freight traffic volume and freight turnover of Heilongjiang river system, 2005
Freight handling capacity of Chinese ports and growth rate, 2001-2005
Freight handling capacity of Chinese coastal ports, 2005
Freight handling capacity of Chinese inland ports, 2005
Foreign trade goods handling capacity of Chinese ports, 2005
Ports of over 100 million-ton freight handling capacity, 2005
Handling capacity of Shanghai Port, 2005
Dry bulk cargo handling capacity of Chinese ports, 2005
Liquid bulk cargo handling capacity of Chinese ports, 2005
Container handling capacity of Chinese ports, 2005
Freight transportation percentage by type, 2005
Newly-built or expanded berths of coastal ports, 2005
Newly-built or expanded docks of inland ports, 2005
Total transportation expenses, 2005
Total logistics expenses, 2000-2006
Total logistics expenses/GDP, 2000-2006
Total freight traffic volume in Q1 2006
Fixed assets investment volume of domestic logistics industry, Q1 2006
Fixed assets investment composition of domestic logistics industry, Q1 2006
Freight handling capacity and operations of large scale ports, Apr 2006
Ports of over one million-container handling capacity, 2005
Total container numbers of Chinese ports, 2005
Total container numbers of coastal ports, 2005
Total container numbers of inland ports, 2005
Ports with an annual increased handing capacity of one million containers, 2005
Ranking of ports with an annual increased handling capacity of one million containers, 2005
Berth and channel of Shanghai Port
Freight handling capacity completion of Shanghai Port, 2005
Freight handling capacity completion of Shenzhen Port, 2005
Freight handling capacity completion of Qingdao Port, 2005
Freight handling capacity of Tianjin Port, 2004-2005
Freight handling capacity percentage of Tianjin Port by region
Container handling capacity forecast of Tianjin Port, 2006-2009
Berth statistics of Guangzhou Port
Increase of freight handling capacity of Guangzhou Port in recent years
Increase of container handling capacity of Guangzhou Port in recent years
Water-depth of berth and channel, Dalian Port
Handling capacity completion of Guangzhou Port, 2003-2005
Operation composition of Guangzhou Port, 2005
Water-depth of berth and channel, Xiamen Port
Container handling capacity of Xiamen Port, 2004-2005
Mileage and density of China inland river channels by region
Freight handling capacity of inland ports in Apr 2006
Consumption ranking of large-scaled material in China
Container handling capacity of large-scaled ports in Apr 2006
Composition of logistics expenses, 1H 2005
GDP of China, Q1 2005-Q4 2005
Increase of primary industry, secondary industry and tertiary industry, 2005
Total value of import and export in Q1 2006

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