Annual outlook report includes trend analyses for ship order activity in terms of millions of gross tons, country of build, number of yards taking orders, and type of ship (e.g., tanker, container, LNG tanker, LPG tanker, passenger/cruise, dry bulk, and others) as well as a comparison of overall orders versus deliveries in millions of gross tons. Free copy of this report is available upon request with registration.
Economic impact study includes an overview of the shipbuilding and repairing sector of the economy and provides an analysis of its economic impact on a national and state level in terms of GDP (gross domestic product), private employment, and private labor income (includes salaries, wages, benefits, and self-employment income) on a direct, indirect, and induced basis. Report is available free online.
Online database provides detailed information on U.S. and Canadian shipyard construction activities, with data provided including current and historical construction contracts for shipbuilders by shipyard, current and historical construction contracts for military vessels by type of craft, and current status of major government and nongovernment shipbuilding programs. All information is available free online.
Freedonia Focus research report analyzes U.S. shipyard shipments at the manufacturers' level, with information provided in the report including historical and forecast shipments by watercraft type (e.g., military self-propelled construction, military repair, nonmilitary self-propelled construction, nonmilitary repair, and non-propelled construction) and for non-propelled ship construction with mine production.
Global Commercial Shipbuilding
Comprehensive report provides a detailed analysis of this sector on a global and regional basis, with data provided including market size and forecast by ship type (e.g. cargo, tanker, fishing, passenger, specialist), transport type (e.g., cargo, passenger, others), and region (e.g., U.S.) and manufacturers profiled including Hyundai Heavy Industries Group, Daewoo Shipbuilding, and Shanghai Waigaoqiao.
Global Military Shipbuilding and Submarines
Market research study provides an in-depth analysis of this sector on a global basis, with information provided including market size and forecast by ship type (e.g., ship, submarine), application (e.g., on water, under water), and region (e.g., U.S.) and companies profiled including BAE Systems, General Dynamics Corp., Northrop Grumann Corp., Huntington Ingalls Industries, and Lockheed Martin Corp.
Market analysis report provides industry statistics for a user-defined area on a national, state, county, metro area, or zip code level, with data provided including number of companies, market volume and sales trends, average company sales, sales per employee, staffing and employment trends, average employee wage, and business start up activity and failure rates. Sample report can be viewed online.
Financial benchmarking section of this report provides an analysis of industry income and expenses as a percentage of the most recent year's annual revenues for firms that provide construction, repair, conversion, and alteration services for military and non-military vessels, construct pre-fabricated ship and barge sections used in the manufacture of these vessels, and provide other specialized services.
Free online service provides salary, bonus, and hourly wage data for job positions in this sector such as naval architect, contract specialist, structural engineer, crane operator, pipefitter, shipfitter, welder, rigger, machinist, electrician, and painter, with companies for which data is provided including Austal USA, LLC, BAE Systems, Inc., General Dynamics Corporation, and Huntington Ingalls Industries, Inc.
Annual wage survey provides hourly and annual wage data on a national, state, and local area basis for occupational categories in this sector which includes companies that provide construction, repair, conversion, and alteration services for military and non-military vessels, construct pre-fabricated ship and barge sections used in the manufacture of these vessels, and provide other specialized services.