The shipbuilding and ship repair market in South Eastern Asia has been growing rapidly in recent years. The region is home to some of the worlds largest shipyards, which are capable of building and repairing a wide range of vessels, from small fishing boats to large container ships and oil tankers.
The shipbuilding market in South Eastern Asia is driven by the demand for new vessels from the shipping industry. The regions strategic location, with access to major shipping routes, has made it an attractive destination for shipbuilding companies. Countries such as China, South Korea, and Japan have dominated the market for many years, but South Eastern Asia is quickly catching up.
Shipbuilding companies in South Eastern Asia are investing heavily in new technologies and infrastructure to improve their competitiveness. They are also focusing on building more eco-friendly vessels to meet the growing demand for sustainable shipping.
The ship repair market in South Eastern Asia is also growing rapidly. The regions shipyards are equipped with state-of-the-art facilities and skilled workers, making them capable of handling complex repair projects.
The demand for ship repair services is driven by the need to maintain and upgrade existing vessels. With the increasing age of the global fleet, the demand for ship repair services is expected to continue to grow in the coming years.
In conclusion, the shipbuilding and ship repair market in South Eastern Asia is a rapidly growing industry, driven by the demand for new vessels and the need to maintain and upgrade existing ones. With the regions strategic location and investment in new technologies and infrastructure, it is poised to become a major player in the global shipbuilding and ship repair market.
|Rank||Shipyard Name||Country||Max Length||Max Width||Max Depth||Market Share(30 days)||AIS||Reviews||SRI|
|1||PAXOCEAN SHIPYARD NANINDAH||Indonesia||202.52||74.0||18.39%||20||No|
|2||KEPPEL MARINE SHIPYARD SUBIC||Philippines||550.0||65.0||12.5||1.15%||No|
|3||PT. SAMUDRA MARINE INDONESIA||Indonesia||320.0||55.0||9.0||39.08%||21||No|
|4||ASIAN MARINE SERVICES (ASIMAR)||Thailand||161.0||28.0||8.62%||9||No|
|5||KEPPEL MARINE SHIPYARD BATANGAS||Philippines||200.0||38.0||2.30%||5||Yes|
|6||GRADE ONE MARINE SHIPYARD SDN. BHD||Malaysia||121.91||31.0||0.00%||No|
|7||PT INDUSTRI KAPAL INDONESIA||Indonesia||102.9||74.0||5.17%||3||No|
|8||HYUNDAI Vinashin VIETNAM SHIPYARD CO LTD||Vietnam||380.0||65.0||13.0||0.00%||No|
|9||PT. WARUNA SHIPYARD INDONESIA||Indonesia||168.0||28.0||10.0||0.00%||No|
|10||SAIGON SHIPBUILDING INDUSTRY COMPANY LTD||Vietnam||180.0||30.0||1.72%||2||No|
|11||Weldan Marine Services||Malaysia||0.00%||No|
|11||BA SON SHIPYARD||Vietnam||160.0||23.0||10.6||0.00%||No|
|13||SARAWAK SLIPWAYS SDN BHD PIASAU||Malaysia||0.00%||No|
|15||ASIA-PACIFIC SHIPYARD (APS)||Singapore||72.87||17.0||0.00%||No|
|Rank||Shipyard Name||Country||Max Length||Max Width||Max Depth||AIS||Reviews||SRI|
|1||PAXOCEAN SHIPYARD NANINDAH||Indonesia||202.52||74.0||20||No|
|2||KEPPEL MARINE SHIPYARD SUBIC||Philippines||550.0||65.0||12.5||No|
|3||PT. SAMUDRA MARINE INDONESIA||Indonesia||320.0||55.0||9.0||21||No|
|4||ASIAN MARINE SERVICES (ASIMAR)||Thailand||161.0||28.0||9||No|
|5||DAMEN SONG CAM SHIPYARD||Vietnam||9||No|
|6||GRADE ONE MARINE SHIPYARD SDN. BHD||Malaysia||121.91||31.0||No|
|7||PT INDUSTRI KAPAL INDONESIA||Indonesia||102.9||74.0||3||No|
|8||HYUNDAI Vinashin VIETNAM SHIPYARD CO LTD||Vietnam||380.0||65.0||13.0||No|
|9||PT. WARUNA SHIPYARD INDONESIA||Indonesia||168.0||28.0||10.0||No|
|10||SAIGON SHIPBUILDING INDUSTRY COMPANY LTD||Vietnam||180.0||30.0||2||No|
|11||BA SON SHIPYARD||Vietnam||160.0||23.0||10.6||No|
|11||Weldan Marine Services||Malaysia||No|
|13||SARAWAK SLIPWAYS SDN BHD PIASAU||Malaysia||No|
|15||CAM RANH SHIPYARD COMPANY LTD||Vietnam||No|
|16||HA LONG SHIPBUILDING INDUSTRY COMPANY LIMITED||Vietnam||No|