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GR-Athens: Hellenic Navy repair and maintenance services of ships January 16, 2009

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triShips, vessels and floating structures in the P.N Nafstathmous Salamis and Crete One 1 year of service with the right three-month extension on the same terms and prices
Estimated value excluding VAT: 950 000 EUR.
Time-limit for receipt of tenders or requests to participate:

16.3.2009 – 13:00.

NAME, ADDRESSES AND CONTACT POINT(S):
Geniko Epiteleio Naytikoy/Kentro Efodiasmoy Naytikoy/Tmima Ergolabion kai Ekpoiiseon, Anotati Epitropi Promitheion – Paparigopoyloy 2, Contact: Anotati Epitropi Promitheion, GR-10561 Athina. Tel. +30 2103234463. Fax +30 2103234463.
Internet address(es):
General address of the contracting authority: www.hellenicnavy.gr.

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Shipbuilding sector January 15, 2009

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Development of market share from 1.1.2000 to 30.6.2005 in % of new orders by Compensated Gross Tons (CGT).

Year

China

EU**

Japan

South Korea

Rest of the World

2000

7%

17%

25%

35%

16%

2001

12%

12%

34%

30%

12%

2002

10%

7%

36%

28%

19%

2003

14%

8%

28%

43%

7%

2004

13%

12%

30%

35%

10%

2005*

14%

17%

17%

43%

5%

Source: FMI/CESA/Lloyd’s Register

After recording a very high level of order intake in 2000, Korea experienced a serious decrease in 2001 and the first half of 2002. Korea managed to turn the decreasing trend and achieved a significant number of newbuilding intakes at the end of 2002. Korea’s position strengthened as it recorded its largest order intake in 2003 with a 43% market share. In 2004, Korean shipyards again lost 8% of their last year’s market share, although still making up a convincing 35% share of the world market. Although, Korean shipyards are suffering a reduction in profitability because of rising costs (in particular steel prices), falling US dollar and inability to adapt the prices of newbuilding contracts currently executed, their current share in the world market is going up again with 43%.

Japan’s market share in new orders was rapidly growing during the period from 2000 to 2001 and peaked to 36% in 2002. Since 2003 however it has been declining, with a small temporary revival to 30% in 2004, but a steep decline to 17% so far in 2005. An interesting phenomenon has been Japan’s and Korea’s fierce competition for the biggest annual market share in new orders during the last 5 years. Japan succeeded to be the number one in 2001 and 2002, and Korea managed to be the first in 2000, 2003, and 2004 and confirmed its supremacy in 2005.

After a strong increase in 2001, China’s market share fell back to 10% in 2002, only to rapidly recover again to 14% in 2003. Since then, its market share has been stable on 13% to 14%. China is expected to remain a very serious competitor.

The European Union shipbuilders’ market coverage has decreased from 17% in 2000 to only 7% in 2002. With only 7% and 8% respectively of world market share, the EU shipyards faced the worst crisis of their history in 2002 and 2003. Since then, the European shipbuilding industry seems to have recovered and the decreasing trend reversed to 14% in 2004 and back to 17% in 2005.

(from: Trade Issues European Commission)