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As part of an overall series of studies into the competitiveness of the European industry the European Commission has initiated a study on the competitiveness of the European Shipbuilding Industry. According to the Terms of Reference this study should build on the framework provided by the LeaderSHIP2015 initiative, so as to deliver knowledge and insights into the key drivers of an innovative, competitive and sustainable European shipbuilding industry.
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The aim of this report has been to understand the environment in which the European shipping industry exists. As such the outcomes of this report are as follows: • Understand the current operational rationale behind businesses in the European shipping industry • Introduce a method for measuring business performance • Identify the drivers for change in the shipping industry • Establish a framework for further analysing the interaction between stakeholders involved in technical shipping operations • Detail the ship, shore and support environments that allow this industry to function
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PRODUCTIVITY OF THE WORLD FLEET AND SUPPLY AND DEMAND IN WORLD SHIPPING This chapter provides information on the operational productivity of the world fleet and an analysis of the balance between supply and demand for tonnage and container carrying capacity. Key indicators are the comparison of cargo generation and fleet ownership, tons of cargo carried and ton-miles performed per deadweight ton, and the analysis of tonnage oversupply in the main shipping market sectors. The thousands of ton-miles per dwt of oil tankers decreased from 34.2 in 2006 to 32.5 in 2007, while the corresponding figure for dry bulk carriers increased slightly from 28.8 to 29.5. The productivity of the residual fleet, including container and general cargo ships, decreased from 36 to 33.1. In 2007, containership operators have tended to reduce the service speeds of their vessels, thus saving fuel in response to high oil prices, albeit reducing the fleet’s productivity.
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