Singapore Shipping Report - Business Monitor International - Industry Reports

Singapore Shipping Report

Singapore Shipping Report - Business Monitor International - Industry Reports
Singapore Shipping Report
Published Jan 02, 2016
95 pages — Published Jan 02, 2016
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BMI View: Growth in both the container and tonnage spheres is set to be steady over both the short and medium term at the port of Singapore. We anticipate box throughput to increase by -.-- in ----, while tonnage throughput is set to grow by -.-- . ...The port city reaps considerable income from trade services related to port usage. A slowdown in global trade, rather than a fall in Chinese investment, is the biggest risk to Singapore, although we would still expect falling Chinese import demand to weigh heavily on dollar inflows, subsequently reducing imports and negatively impacting real GDP growth. Singapore is also grappling with a restructuring of its domestic labour market, which has put significant pressure on exporters who face stiff competition from the city-state s regional peers. ...We expect this surplus to gradually decline over the long term as import growth slightly outpaces export growth on the back of strong domestic demand. We forecast net exports to fall to --.- of GDP by ----, entailing a still significant external surplus.

...Singapore Shipping Industry SWOT Analysis - Continued The Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal will further bolster the rapidly expanding maritime trade flows between Asia and Latin America, and should boost volumes at the port of Singapore. Infrastructure development programmes such as the Pasir Penjang Terminals and the Tuas Port retain the Port s competitiveness amid evolving needs from the shipping industry. ...Singapore Shipping Industry SWOT Analysis - Continued The Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal will further bolster the rapidly expanding maritime trade flows between Asia and Latin America, and should boost volumes at the port of Singapore. Infrastructure development programmes such as the Pasir Penjang Terminals and the Tuas Port retain the Port s competitiveness amid evolving needs from the shipping industry. Sustained low oil prices since late ---- lower fuel costs for shipping companies encouraging higher volumes of trade. ...Sustained low oil prices since late ---- lower fuel costs for shipping companies encouraging higher volumes of trade. Container throughput fell in October ---- at the port of Singapore on the back of economic problems in Asia, particularly China.

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