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Compared to most important maritime shipping companies

Suez Canal Indicators

Thursday، 26 May 2016 - 04:02 PM

Indicators

2015

1st quarter

2016

1st quarter

Change rate

%

First: International Trade

 

 

 

International Trade Volume

-

-

2.8

International Trade Value 16.5 in 2015 compared to 19 in 2014 (Trillion Dollars)

-

-

- 13.99

Second: Suez Canal Authority

 

 

 

Vessel Numbers

4,067

4,178

2.7

1st quarter revenues (Million SDR)

876.7

882.4

0.6

Revenues: 3,687.5 in 2015 compared to 3,590.7 in 2014 (Million SDR)

-

-

2.7

Supposed growth rate if International Trade Volume is fixed (Million US dollar)

876.7

990

(12-15)

Third: Logistic confidence general Indicators for maritime shipping (Points) May 2016 compared to May 2015

55

44.5

-23.6

Current Indicator (points)

49

40.7

-20.4

Expectations Indicator (points)

63

48.3

-23.3

Fourth: Indicators of the major maritime shipping companies worldwide

 

 

 

1- Qatar Shipping Company for Maritime Transport

 

 

 

Operation revenues (Million Qatari riyals)

786

771

-1.9

Operation earnings (Million Qatari riyals)

279

259

-7.2

Maritime shipping revenues & logistic services

(-)

(-)

-2

2- Maersk Group (MAERSK)

 

 

 

Revenues (Million $)

224

214

-4.5

3- Genco Shipping & Trading Limited (GENCO)

 

 

 

Operation revenues (Million $)

34.4

20.94

-39.1

Pan Ocean South Korea Dry Cargo

 

 

 

Revenues

103.9

63.1

-39.3


* Some major maritime shipping companies worldwide were selected to represent the performance of logistic confidence general indicators for maritime shipping

 

Sources:

World Trade Organization

Suez Canal Authority    

 

- Suez Canal Authority's performance is considered distinguished, although the value of world trade dropped by 14% in 2015. Suez Canal Authority has achieved in 2015 positive growth in its revenues reaching 2.7% SDR compared to 2014. It also achieved positive growth in the 1st quarter of 2016 reaching 0.6% compared to 2015.

 - The performance of the logistic confidence general indicators for maritime shipping declined in May 2016 by an average of 23.6% compared to May 2015. This reflects a great decline in the performance of the maritime transport sector worldwide.

- Despite the decline in the global trade, slowdown in China's growth, decrease of oil prices and the drop of the maritime freight prices, according to World Trade Organization expectations, the world commodity trade is expected to increase by 2.8% in 2016 and 3.6% in 2017. This will be reflected positively on the maritime traffic in the Suez Canal. The low performance rates of the maritime shipping companies during the 1st quarter of 2016 emphasized that the achieved growth of the Suez canal indicators in revenues and maritime traffic is remarkable given the developments of the world maritime trade. 



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