Croatia Shipping Market Report Q1 2012

2011-12-28
Published : Dec-2011

The Port of Rijeka is set to hold the top position in Croatia’s maritime sector in terms of both total tonnage and container throughput in 2012, after an estimated return to positive growth in total throughput and another year of expansion in box volumes in 2011.

Rijeka has a strong position to build on in 2012, offering Croatia, Hungary, Austria, the southern part of Germany, Czech Republic, Slovakia, the southern part of Poland and the western part of Ukraine a convenient exit to the Adriatic and Mediterranean seas. About 60% of the port’s cargo traffic is generated from trade with Hungary, Austria, Slovakia and the Czech Republic.

Croatia Shipping Market Report Q1 2012

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Over the mid term we project increasing volumes both at the Port of Rijeka and at the Port of Ploce.

Headline Industry Data

2012 Port of Rijeka tonnage throughput forecast to grow 1.33%. Over the mid-term we project a 6% increase.

2012 Port of Rijeka container throughput forecast to grow 1.68%. Over the mid-term we project a 7% increase.

2012 total trade growth forecast at -2.42%.

Key Industry Trends

Bosnian Smelter Back in Control of Port of Ploce Silo: Bosnian aluminium smelter Aluminij (Aluminij d.d. Mostar) has reached an agreement with Luka Ploce (Port of Ploce), the Croatian Port of Ploce’s priority concessionaire. It has resulted in Aluminij regaining control of its alumina silo after 15 years of not being able to use what it always claimed to be its property. Aluminij plans to prepare the silo for the storage of alumina imported from Greece through Glencore International AG.

Risks to Outlook

The base for moderate growth at the country’s ports stems from BMI’s moderately positive outlook for the Croatian economy. Container throughput will be driven by the country’s household consumption, which we expect to remain supportive of economic growth in 2012. The country’s real GDP is estimated to increase by 1.0% in 2012.

A downside risk to our forecasts comes from Croatia’s high reliance on export demand and external financing. Our Country Risk team continues to highlight the downside risks that the eurozone debt crisis poses to Croatia’s economic outlook. If eurozone policymakers fail to stem the escalating debt crisis, then Croatia would face severe macroeconomic turbulence which might affect throughput at the country’s ports.

Executive Summary
SWOT Analysis
Crotia Shipping SWOT
Crotia Political SWOT
Crotia Economic SWOT
Crotia Business Environment SWOT
Global Overview
Container Shipping Sector Faces Even Tougher 2012 As Demand Ebbs And Overcapacity Remains
Overcapacity To Plague Midterm, Beware 2013
Table: Snapshot Of Container Lines’ Orders
Table: Top 20 World Ports
Dry Bulk Struggles To Stay Afloat As Supply-Demand Imbalance Weighs Heavily On Sector
Chinese Slowdown Threat Presents Double Downside Risk To Dry Bulk Shipping
Vale May Find Solace In Relations With South Korea As Chinese Troubles Continue
Lines Need To Up Usage Of Capacity Reduction Strategies To Ease Oversupply
Dry Bulk Lines In Choppy Waters, Possibility Of More Bankruptcies
Liquid Bulk Consolidation Likely As Spot Rates Sink
Dirty Tanker Indices Not Very Buoyant
Genmar Bankruptcy Just The Beginning
Survival Strategies For Floundering Tanker Operators
Industry Trends and Developments
Mostar Smelter Back in Control of Port of Ploce Silo
Market Overview
Port of Ploce
Terminals, Storage and Equipment
Port of Rijeka
Terminals, Storage and Equipment
Industry Forecast
Port of Rijeka
Table: Major Port Data, 2008-2016
Table: Trade Overview, 2008-2016
Table: Key Trade Indicators, 2008-2016 (Us$Mn)
Table: Croatia’s Main Import Partners, 2002-2009 (Us$Mn) ,2002-2009
Table: Croatia’s Main Export Partners, 2002-2009 (Us$Mn),2002-2009
Company Profiles
Maersk Line
Mediterranean Shipping Company (MSC)
CMA CGM
COSCO Container Lines Company Limited (COSCON)
Hapag-Lloyd
Evergreen Line
APL
China Shipping Container Line (CSCL)
Hanjin Shipping (Container Operations)
CSAV
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