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World Seaborne Trade - Part 11 THE SEABORNE TRADE Part 1 LAST UPDATE : 4/05/2006.

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1 World Seaborne Trade - Part 11 THE SEABORNE TRADE Part 1 LAST UPDATE : 4/05/2006

2 World Seaborne Trade - Part 12 THE SEABORNE TRADE Part 1

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4 World Seaborne Trade - Part GENERALITES Analyse économique du transport maritime mondial commence par une étude des marchandises transportées par mer Analyse économique du transport maritime mondial commence par une étude des marchandises transportées par mer Le transporteur délivre un service Le transporteur délivre un service Le service délivré dépend du type de marchandise devant être transportée Le service délivré dépend du type de marchandise devant être transportée Les marchandises transportées = épine dorsale de la structure commerciale. Les marchandises transportées = épine dorsale de la structure commerciale.

5 World Seaborne Trade - Part 15 Seaborne trade (loading only) in million tonnes

6 World Seaborne Trade - Part 16 / Since its foundation in 1852 the Clarkson PLC Group ("Clarksons") has grown into one of the worlds largest shipping services groups, employing nearly 300 people including 200 in London. Through it's unrivalled and extensive global network of offices it is able to give it's clients unique access to shipbroking services across the full range of dry bulk, tanker and sale & purchase sectors. In recent years the group has expanded from its shipbroking origins into a fully integrated shipping services provider covering such activities as research and consultancy, shipping publications, the provision of shipping finance, ship valuations and ship owning activities.

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13 World Seaborne Trade - Part 113 Global maritime trade growth is likely to continue to grow during 2005 (Sources Fearnleys, review 2004).

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15 World Seaborne Trade - Part 115 LOrganisation de coopération et de développement économiques (OCDE, en anglais OECD : Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development) est une organisation internationale de pays développés, qui ont en commun un système de gouvernement démocratique et une économie de marché. L'OCDE compte 30 pays membres et publie régulièrement des études et des statistiques sur divers indicateurs comme le PIB, population, inflation... Son siège est à Paris. organisation internationalepays développésdémocratique économie de marchéPIBpopulationinflationParisorganisation internationalepays développésdémocratique économie de marchéPIBpopulationinflationParis

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17 World Seaborne Trade - Part % +4.5%

18 World Seaborne Trade - Part 118 The growth of maritime transportation is strongly correlated with the growth of international trade. An estimated 90% of world trade in terms of volume is carried by sea, with bulk commodities representing the main volume. Throughout the last century the shipping industry has seen a general trend of increases in total trade volume. Increasing industrialisation and the liberalisation of national economies have fuelled free trade and a growing demand for consumer products. Advances in technology have also made shipping an increasingly efficient and swift method of transportation.

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20 World Seaborne Trade - Part 120 The Institute Shipping Economics and Logistics (ISL) is one of the leading research and consulting institutes in Europe (established in Hamburg).

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23 World Seaborne Trade - Part 123 In March 2004, Clarkson Research had records of 26,280 deep sea merchant ships (bulk, specialised & liner), covering all ships down to around 2,000 gross tonnes. Gross Tonnage: The capacity of the vessel calculated by approved formula. The gross tonnage is a figure representative of the volume of the enclosed space in cubic metres (1969 Tonnage Convention).

24 World Seaborne Trade - Part 124 Breakdowns of world cargo fleet

25 World Seaborne Trade - Part 125 In March 2004, Clarkson Research had records of 26,280 deep sea merchant ships (bulk, specialised & liner), covering all ships down to around 2,000 gross tonnes. However, there is a far larger world fleet of self propelled sea- going merchant ships over 100 gross tons: approximately 90,000 vessels. More than the half of this 90,000 total are non-cargocarrying vessels including 24,000 fishing boats, 3,000 offshore support vessels, 8,000 tugs, 800 research vessels, 1,100 dredgers and 2,650 other non-cargo vessels. The balance is made up of small ships trading generally on short sea, non international routes.

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30 World Seaborne Trade - Part 130 No of ships - reference date 1st April 2004 (100 GT and above)

31 World Seaborne Trade - Part 131 AVERAGE DWT / SHIPS TYPE

32 World Seaborne Trade - Part %26.7 %

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40 World Seaborne Trade - Part 140 Shipping market segents by vessel type

41 World Seaborne Trade - Part 141 Shipping market segents by vessel type

42 World Seaborne Trade - Part 142 Newbuiding prices

43 World Seaborne Trade - Part 143 Trends in surplus capacity

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47 World Seaborne Trade - Part 147 LNGRV Excelsior THE SEABORNE TRADE End Part 1


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