With the World Trade Organization (WTO) reporting an upsurge of 11% in exports in 2017, many countries are improving or creating new port facilities. However, the potentially detrimental impact on trade of the 25% tariff on steel and 10% on aluminium imports recently announced by the Trump administration may see investment in port facilities decline.
This report looks at the influencing factors in more detail, and takes a global and regional view of the port construction projects, including analysis of the ten countries with the highest value of port projects.
Construction Intelligence Center (CIC) is currently tracking port construction projects globally with a total value of US$461.1 billion; of this, US$160.1 billion is in the planning stage. Asia-Pacific accounts for the highest value with US$183.2 billion, followed by the Middle East and Africa with projects valuing US$122.6 billion. The Americas follow with projects with a value of US$97.2 billion, and Europe has projects valued at US$58.1 billion. Globally, India heads up port project investment with US$41.1 billion, followed by Malaysia with projects valuing US$28.1 billion. The largest projects currently in the pipeline are the US$22.8 billion Carey Island Port Klang Extension in Malaysia, followed by the US$20.0 billion Payra Seaport Development in Bangladesh.
This report provides detailed analysis, information and insights based on 594 global port construction projects (as tracked by CIC) split by region and value. Country profiles are provided for the top 10 countries including India, Malaysia and the US.
Reasons to Buy
• Gain insight into the development of the port construction sector.
• Assess all major projects by value, start date, scope and stage of development globally, for the regions and top 10 countries to support business development activities.
• Plan campaigns by country based on specific project opportunities and align resources to the most attractive markets.
• The total pipeline of projects is valued at US$461.1 billion with US$49.1 billion being spent in 2018 and US$92.7 billion in 2019.
• The highest value of projects are at the execution stage, with US$169.0 billion, followed by projects at the planning stage with US$160.1 billion.
• India leads the global project pipeline, with projects valued at US$41.1 billion, followed by Malaysia with US$28.1 billion.
• Public investment is responsible for the funding of the highest proportion of projects, with 38%, with joint public/private funding at 33% and the remaining 29% of projects financed by private funding.
• Assuming all projects tracked go ahead as planned, annual spending would reach US$92.7 billion in 2019.
Table of Content: Key Points
1. Global Overview
2. Regional Overviews
2.1. The Americas
2.4. Middle East and Africa
3. Key Operators
3.1. The Americas
3.4. Middle East and Africa
4. Project Analytics by Country
4.3. The US
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