Israel Shipping Market Report Q1 2012

2011-12-28
Published : Dec-2011

BMI View Israel’s ports continue to enjoy healthy growth, and are projected to do so over the mid term. It remains to be seen, however, how ongoing uncertainties in the country’s key export markets in the US and eurozone will affect throughputs, lending downside risk to our forecasts.

Israel Shipping Market Report Q1 2012

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Headline Industry Data

2012 Port of Haifa total tonnage throughput to grow by 4.6%, and to average 4.6% to 2016.

2012 box handling at Haifa will grow by 3.8% to 1.33mn TEUs. Growth projected to average 3.9% to 2016.

The real value of Israeli foreign trade will grow at 4.4% in 2012 and will average 4.3% to the end of our forecast period.

Key Industry Trends

Ashdod Port To Pay ILS400mn Dividend To Government

Israel’s Ashdod Port is to pay a dividend of between ILS350 and ILS400mn (US$95.32mn and US$108.94mn) to the government, after it posted record profits in 2009 and 2010. The port reported a profit of ILS381mn (US$103.77mn) in 2009 and ILS180mn (US$49.02mn) in 2010. Under Government Companies Authority rules, a state-owned company must pay at least half of its net profit as a dividend as a condition for allocating bonuses to employees. The Ashdod Port and Haifa Port are not expected to be privatised until after the sale of the Eilat Port.

Zim Plunges Into The Red On Overcapacity And High Bunker Price Zim, which is part of the Ofer Brothers Group’s holding company, Israel Corp, has released its results for the second quarter of 2011, which show that the company made a net loss. BMI notes that the company is following a pattern we have seen during 2011 with other major container shipping companies’ results; although volumes are rising, the low rates in the sector, caused by overcapacity in the market, have driven down bottom lines. To make matters worse, shipping companies have had to contend with increased operating costs as a result of elevated bunker prices since the onset of the Arab Spring. Key Risks To Outlook Continued political turmoil in Israel’s Middle Eastern neighbours, especially within Egypt and Syria, Further weakness in the economies of the US and eurozone could depress external demand and constrain economic growth.

Executive Summary
SWOT Analysis
Israel Shipping SWOT
Israel Political SWOT
Israel Economic SWOT
Israel Business Environment SWOT
Global Overview
Container Shipping
Lines To Enter 2012 In The Red
Overcapacity To Plague Medium Term, Beware 2013
Table: Snapshot Of Container Lines’ Orders
ETR Short And Long Term Benefits To Woo Carrier Expansion
Table: Top 20 World Ports
Port Operators To Face Tougher 2012 As Box Volumes Slow
Container Curse To Hit Box Manufacturers, But Outlook Strong
Dry Bulk
Chinese Slowdown Threat Double Downside Risk To Dry Bulk Shipping
Vale May Find Solace With South Korea As Chinese Troubles Continue
Lines Need To Up Capacity Reduction Strategies To Ease Oversupply
Dry Bulk Lines In Choppy Waters, Possibility Of More Bankruptcies
Liquid Bulk
Dirty Tanker Indices Not Very Buoyant
Differing Strategies, Differing Fortunes
Genmar Bankruptcy Just The Beginning
Survival Strategies For Floundering Tanker Operators
Rumoured Chinese Order Has Potential To Sink Crude Oil Shipping Sector
Industry Trends And Developments
Market Overview
Industry Forecast
Port Of Haifa
Port Of Eilat
Table: Major Port Data – Throughput, 2008-2016
Trade
Table: Trade Overview, 2007-2016
Table: Key Trade Indicators, 2009-2016 (US$mn and % change y-o-y)
Table: Israel’s Main Import Partners, 2002-2009 (Us$Mn) , 2002-2009
Table: Israel’s Main Export Partners, 2002-2009 (Us$Mn),2002-2009
Company Profiles
Zim Integrated Shipping Services
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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