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Spanish Maritime Industry, presentation by Miguel Ríos/Alium Consulting, Navigate fair in Turku, May 2016

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Spanish Maritime Industry_presentation at Navigate fair in Turku, May 2016

  1. 1. Spanish Maritime Industry Business potential for Finnish companies Turku, May of 2016
  2. 2. Index 2 1. SHIPBUILDING IN SPAIN 1.1. Definition and structure of the sector 1.2. Recent evolution of Spanish shipbuilding 1.3. Characteristics of Spanish shipbuilding 2. THE MAIN SHIPYARDS 2.1. NAVANTIA - The publicly owned shipyard group 2.2. PYMAR - Private shipyard association 3. NEW CONTRACTS AND ORDER BOOKS 4. SPAIN IN THE GLOBAL MARITIME CONTEXT 5. INTERNATIONAL TRADE 5.1. Shipbuilding exports & imports 5.2. Auxiliary industry exports & imports 6. OPPORTUNITIES FOR FINNISH INDUSTRY 7. OTHER INFORMATION 7.1. Trade Fairs 7.2. Associations / Clusters 8. SHIPYARDS INFO & VESSELS
  3. 3. A) SHIPBUILDING Shipyards build the hull and the basic structures of a ship and integrate the components supplied by the auxiliary industries. Over the last 15 years, Spanish yards have adapted in size, internationalized and specialised in niche markets where they can add value. They are technologically competitive. 1. SHIPBUILDING IN SPAIN 1.1. Definition and structure of the sector 3
  4. 4. B) AUXILIARY INDUSTRIES B.1) Equipment and accessory manufacturers Companies focused on the manufacture of equipment and accessories with their own products: motors, pumps, advanced propulsion systems, etc. Through processes of innovation, internationalisation and diversification, this industry is in the brand lists of the main shipyards and ship-owners worldwide. They are internationally recognised and competitive. 4 EQUIPMENT / MAIN COMPANIES Motors: http://www.wartsila.com/ http://www.dresser-rand.com/ Pumps: http://www.ksb.com/ comercial@azcuepumps.es Alternator manufacturers http://www.indarsl.es/ Chains: http://www.vicinaycadenas.net/ Systems companies: http://www.ingeteam.com/ Manufactures forged hooks: http://www.irizarforge.com/ Winches: http://www.ibercisa.es/ Other companies: Ferri, Hawke, Nautical, Incominex, Navacel, Cohidrane 1. SHIPBUILDING IN SPAIN 1.1. Definition and structure of the sector
  5. 5. 5 ENGINEERING FIRMS / MAIN COMPANIES ▪ SENER: http://www.sener.es/ ▪ CINTRANAVAL-DEFCAR: http://www.cintranaval-defcar.com/ ▪ GHENOVA: http://www.ghenova.com/ ▪ DINAIN: http://www.dinain.com/ ▪ OLIVER DESIGN: http://www.oliverdesign.es/ ▪ DRAGADOS OFFSHORE STANDS OUT.: http://www.dragadosoffshore.com B) AUXILIARY INDUSTRIES B.2) Engineering firms Companies related to technological development and the design and drawing up of plans. Some of the Spanish firms are world leaders in their market niche, e.g., SENER with its ship design software (FORAN). Others such as, Cintranaval - Defcar or Ghenova are trusted international operators. 1. SHIPBUILDING IN SPAIN 1.1. Definition and structure of the sector
  6. 6. 6 In recent years, they have faced financial problems: lack of contracts from shipyards/margins have been reduced considerably. The surviving companies have improved training, have invested in new production and technological equipment, have integrated with the shipyards in joint projects and have diversified in other sectors and markets. B) AUXILIARY INDUSTRIES B.3) Workshops and Subcontractors: Construction, repairs and maintenance (surface treatments, soldering, plumbing, carpentry, electrical installation, electronics etc.). Mainly workforce suppliers for manufacture of blocks, pre-assembly, assembly installation and finishing of ships. Located close to shipyards. 1. SHIPBUILDING IN SPAIN 1.1. Definition and structure of the sector
  7. 7. 7 TURNKEY / MAIN COMPANIES ▪ MAESSA: http://www.maessa.com/es/ ▪ PINE: www.pine.es ▪ GABADI: http://www.gabadi.com/ B) AUXILIARY INDUSTRIES B.4) Turnkey companies Suppliers of functional modules developed from plans defined by the shipyards. This type of company undertakes everything from the design to the installation of the system or service adapted to the ship under construction. 1. SHIPBUILDING IN SPAIN 1.1. Definition and structure of the sector
  8. 8. 2008 was the best year in recent history with a record order book followed by a drastic drop in turnover, employment and hours worked both in the shipyards and in the auxiliary industries. The latter suffered less presumably due to greater diversification. 8 STRUCTURAL FIGURES FOR THE SECTOR 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 SHIP BUILDING (CNAE 301) - EMPLOYMENT 14,786 12,913 11,310 10,524 9,516 8,593 7,716 - HOURS WORKED 25,876 22,331 18,755 16,501 15,575 13,702 12,448 - TURNOVER 4,194,538 4,073,231 3,619,141 2,605,043 2,193,162 1,620,338 1,286,561 REPAIRS OF METAL PRODUCTS, MACHINERY AND EQUIPMENT (CNAE 331) - EMPLOYMENT 59,809 56,180 52,556 55,406 52,519 52,522 59,468 - HOURS WORKED 104,426 97,994 91,257 94,239 90,960 90,831 102,047 - TURNOVER 6,019,707 5,155,783 5,343,784 5,387,841 4,803,970 4,893,621 5,842,043 Structural figures for the Sector Source: Industrial Company Survey (INE) Units: Persons, thousands of hours, thousands of euros 1. SHIPBUILDING IN SPAIN 1.2. Recent evolution of Spanish shipbuilding
  9. 9. The period 2010 to 2013 was dramatic: • The global drop in orders of around 40%. • Asian shipyards taking nearly 90% of new orders and particularly strong in the bulk-carrier niche. • Specifilly in the Spanish case, the cessation of tax lease, forced by the EU, with the temporary suspension of this finance and fiscal support scheme. 2014 and 2015 shows signs of an incipient recovery in Spain mainly in offshore service vessels, fishing boats and passenger ships. 9 Source: LA NAVAL SHIPYARD 1. SHIPBUILDING IN SPAIN 1.2. Recent evolution of Spanish shipbuilding
  10. 10. • An industry of synthesis: auxiliary industries typically input 70% of the value of a vessel. • A industry specialised in certain types of high added value vessels • A high intensity exporting industry (80% of production) • An industry, geographically concentrated in just 3 regions 10 MOST COMMON VESSELS BUILT IN SPAIN OFFSHORE VESSELS OTHER VESSELS  Seismic  Stand-by (ERRV)  AHTS  OCV (offshore construction)  PSV (Supply)  Pipelayer  Flotel (Accommodation Vessel)  Ocean research vessels  Chemical tankers  Ferries  Fishing boats  Cruise ships  Tugs  LFC (Live Fish Carrier)  TSHP  RO-PAX  RO-RO Source: PYMAR 1. SHIPBUILDING IN SPAIN 1.3. Characteristics and strengths of Spanish shipbuilding A) CHARACTERISTICS
  11. 11. 11 STRENGTHS OF THE SPANISH SHIPBUILDING SECTOR  Tradition  Technological innovation  Quality & leading edge technology  Tailor-made production  Know-how  Exporting sector  Capacity to adapt and compete  Productivity and management capacity Source: PYMAR 1. SHIPBUILDING IN SPAIN 1.3. Characteristics and strengths of Spanish shipbuilding B) STRENGTHS
  12. 12. • Based in Ferrol, Cádiz and Cartagena • Until 2015, a military vessel supplier. Now active in the civil market too. • One of the top 5 military shipbuilders world-wide. Contracts with the Royal Australian Navy • Currently in the civil market • Working for Hywind Scotland Ltd., a subsidiary of Statoil in floating offshore wind platforms. • Subcontracting for Daewoo in oil tanker building. 12 Source: NAVANTIA 2. THE MAIN SHIPYARDS 2.1. NAVANTIA - The publicly owned shipyard group
  13. 13. 19 yards on the Atlantic coast, and the Balearic and Canary islands • Providing 87,000 direct & indirect jobs. • 2014 order book up 2.6% at 40 vessels. Deliveries up 13%. • 2014 new orders 26 vessels. • 94% of deliveries to foreign owners. • Primary focus on fishing vessels with growth in the offshore and passenger markets. • European leader in fishing vessels and 3rd in offshore industry vessels. 13 33,4 20,6 6,7 39,2 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 Fishing Passenger Other Offshore Order book CGTs private shipyards 2014 Compensated gross tonnage “CGT” order book at 01.01.15 2015 * Data from IHS Farplay. Vessels greater than 100 GT’s Source: PYMAR 2. THE MAIN SHIPYARDS 2.2. PYMAR - Private shipyard association
  14. 14. 14 Source: PYMAR 2. THE MAIN SHIPYARDS 2.2. PYMAR - Private shipyard association
  15. 15. • 2008: 75 new contracts totalling 363 million CGT.  Recovery has been slow and in 2014, the 2008 levels have not been reached. • 2014: 28 new contracts totalling 190 million CGT  10 offshore, 8 fishing, 7 tugs, 1 passenger, others (2). 15 • Order book in CGT has dropped from 766,827 in 2008 to 290,000 in 2014. • Order books in 2008 stood at 153 vessels and in 2014 at 48 vessels. • Recovery has come mainly in the export market and in fishing vessels, offshore support vessels and passenger transport 3. NEW CONTRACTS AND ORDER BOOKS
  16. 16. 16 NEW CONTRACTS IN CGT 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 DOMESTIC 131,553 2,155 10,168 1,986 15,328 14,790 12,046 171,403 - MERCHANT MARINE 131,553 2,155 10,168 1,986 1,986 4,330 12,046 167,726 - FISHING - - - - 13,342 10,460 - 3,677 EXPORT 232,042 59,725 137,883 19,807 166,883 99,400 177,933 128,765 - MERCHANT MARINE 228,961 59,725 137,883 19,807 105,762 47,233 122,370 116,946 - FISHING 3,081 - - - 61,121 52,167 55,563 11,819 TOTAL 363,595 61,880 148,051 21,793 182,211 114,190 189,979 300,168 - MERCHANT MARINE 360,514 61,880 148,051 21,793 107,748 51,563 134,416 284,672 - FISHING 3,081 - - - 74,463 62,627 55,563 15,496 NUMBER OF NEW CONTRACTS 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 DOMESTIC 30 1 4 1 3 5 4 26 - MERCHANT MARINE 30 1 4 1 1 2 4 24 - FISHING - - - - 2 3 - 2 EXPORT 45 12 21 6 36 23 24 21 - MERCHANT MARINE 43 12 21 6 26 13 14 17 - FISHING 2 - - - 10 10 10 4 TOTAL 75 13 25 7 39 28 28 47 - MERCHANT MARINE 73 13 25 7 27 15 18 41 - FISHING 2 - - - 12 13 10 6 NEW CONTRACTS IN CGT Source: Ministry of Industry, Energy and Tourism. NUMBER OF NEW CONTRACTS Source: Ministry of Industry, Energy and Tourism. 3. NEW CONTRACTS AND ORDER BOOKS
  17. 17. 17 ORDER BOOK IN CGT 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 DOMESTIC 208,137 199,961 108,672 12,783 15,328 21,170 18,788 171,403 - MERCHANT MARINE 208,137 199,961 108,672 12,783 1,986 4,330 10,077 167,726 - FISHING - - -- - 13,342 16,840 8,711 3,677 EXPORT 558,690 615,173 441,291 222,166 298,098 238,187 271,215 287,748 - MERCHANT MARINE 555,579 615,173 441,291 222,166 236,977 124,899 179,865 249,149 - FISHING 3,111 - - - 61,121 113,288 91,350 38,599 TOTAL 766,827 815,134 549,963 234,949 313,426 259,357 290,003 459,151 - MERCHANT MARINE 763,716 815,134 549,963 234,949 238,963 129,229 189,942 416,875 - FISHING 3,111 - - - 74,463 130,128 100,061 42,276 ORDER BOOK. NUMBER OF VESSELS 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 DOMESTIC 48 30 18 5 3 6 5 26 - MERCHANT MARINE 48 30 18 5 1 2 3 24 - FISHING - - - - 2 4 2 2 EXPORT 105 85 62 34 54 47 43 39 - MERCHANT MARINE 102 85 62 34 44 27 27 31 - FISHING 3 - - - 10 20 16 8 TOTAL 153 115 80 39 57 53 48 65 - MERCHANT MARINE 150 115 80 39 45 29 30 55 - FISHING 3 - - - 12 24 18 10 ORDER BOOK IN CGT Source: Ministry of Industry, Energy and Tourism. Source: Ministry of Industry, Energy and Tourism. ORDER BOOK. NUMBER OF VESSELS 3. NEW CONTRACTS AND ORDER BOOKS
  18. 18. 18 NEW CONTRACTS BY TYPE OF VESSEL 2013 2014 2015 Nº CGT Nº CGT Nº CGT CHEMICAL CARGO - - 2 11,844 - - FERRIES - - 1 19,659 - - PASSENGER TRANSPORT 4 8,898 - - 1 5,279 FISHING VESSELS 13 62,627 10 55,563 6 15,496 TANKER - - - - 5 124,780 FREIGHTERS - - - - 2 9,022 OTHER VESSELS 11 42,665 15 102,913 33 145,591 ORDER BOOK BY TYPE OF VESSEL 2013 2014 2015 Nº CGT Nº CGT Nº CGT CHEMICAL CARGO - - 2 11,844 - - FERRIES 1 19,289 2 38,948 2 38,161 PASSENGER TRANSPORT 4 8,898 2 5,262 1 5,279 FISHING VESSELS 24 130,128 18 100,061 10 42,276 TANKER - - - - 5 124,780 FREIGHTERS - - - - 2 9,022 OTHER VESSELS 24 101,042 24 133,888 45 239,633 NEW CONTRACTS BY TYPE OF VESSEL Source: Ministry of Industry, Energy and Tourism. Source: Ministry of Industry, Energy and Tourism. ORDER BOOK BY TYPE OF VESSEL 3. NEW CONTRACTS AND ORDER BOOKS
  19. 19. • Asia builds 90% of ships world-wide. Shipbuilding in Europe has dropped from 25% in the 90s to 3.8% en 2014 (in ‘000s CGT). • In Europe (EU-28) Rumania is a major global shipbuilder building bulk-carriers and container ships using their low labour costs. • Germany and Italy are next and both build larger ships than Spain. • Spain was 8th in the European ranking in 2014, specialising in small and medium-sized ships with sophisticated technology (fishing boats, dredgers, off-shore support, tugs, etc.) 19 4. SPAIN IN THE GLOBAL MARITIME CONTEXT
  20. 20. 20 COUNTRY NO. 1.000 GT % 1.000 CGT % BELGIUM 0 0 0.0 0 0.0 BULGARIA 2 5 0.0 11 0.0 CROATIA 30 588 0.3 412 0.4 CZECH REPUBLIC 1 3 0.0 5 0.0 DENMARK 1 1 0.0 3 0.0 ESTONIA 3 2 0.0 7 0.0 FINLAND 9 351 0.2 404 0.4 FRANCE 7 729 0.4 659 0.6 GERMANY 28 1,491 0.8 1,444 1.3 GREECE 2 2 0.0 6 0.0 HUNGARY 0 0 0.0 0 0.0 ITALY 26 1,460 0.7 1,633 1.5 LATVIA 4 2 0.0 7 0.0 LITHUANIA 1 0 0.0 2 0.0 NETHERLANDS 73 277 0.1 412 0.4 POLAND 66 182 0.1 330 0.3 PORTUGAL 2 8 0.0 14 0.0 ROMANIA 82 2,214 1.1 1,215 1.1 SPAIN 48 203 0.1 336 0.3 UNITED KINGDOM 9 13 0.0 34 0.0 A - EU-28 394 7,531 3.8 6,934 6.4 ALBANIA 0 0 0.0 0 0.0 NORWAY 42 195 0.1 313 0.3 RUSSIA 48 287 0.1 338 0.3 SERBIA/MONTENEGRO 2 0 0.0 2 0.0 TURKEY 124 400 0.2 667 0.6 UKRAINE 9 33 0.0 57 0.1 B - OTHER EUROPEAN 225 915 0.5 1,377 1.3 EU-28 + NORWAY 436 7,726 3.9 7,247 6.7 SEA EUROPE MEMBERS 552 8,119 4.1 7,895 7.3 C –JAPAN 941 32,875 16.7 17,442 16.1 D – KOREA (SOUTH) 865 61,080 30.9 31,244 28.9 E - CHINA 2,454 80,452 40.8 41 37.6 BRAZIL 163 3,984 2.0 2,647 2.4 INDIA 123 222 0.1 485 0.4 INDONESIA 109 197 0.1 367 0.3 MALAYSIA 169 179 0.1 439 0.4 PHILIPPINES 83 4,611 2.3 2,156 2.0 SINGAPORE 50 177 0.1 252 0.2 TAIWAN 40 1,659 0.8 903 0.8 USA 124 1,285 0.7 1,156 1.1 VIETNAM 181 1,535 0.8 1,227 1.1 OTHERS 227 686 0.3 876 0.8 F – REST OF THE WORLD 1,269 14,535 7.4 10,508 9.7 WORLD TOTAL 1) 6,148 197,389 100.0 108,146 100.0 COUNTRY NO. 1,000 GT % 1,000 CGT % BELGIUM 0 0 0.0 0 0.0 BULGARIA 2 5 0.0 11 0.0 CROATIA 15 395 0.5 245 0.5 CZECH REPUBLIC 0 0 0.0 0 0.0 DENMARK 1 1 0.0 3 0.0 ESTONIA 2 1 0.0 4 0.0 FINLAND 6 230 0.3 266 0.6 FRANCE 3 501 0.6 461 1.0 GERMANY 13 581 0.7 559 1.2 GREECE 0 0 0.0 0 0.0 HUNGARY 0 0 0.0 0 0.0 ITALY 8 629 0.8 668 1.5 LATVIA 4 2 0.0 7 0.0 LITHUANIA 0 0 0.0 0 0.0 NETHERLANDS 37 79 0.1 143 0.3 POLAND 28 87 0.1 162 0.4 PORTUGAL 0 0 0.0 0 0.0 ROMANIA 32 824 1.0 456 1.0 SPAIN 25 92 0.1 160 0.4 UNITED KINGDOM 8 11 0.0 28 0.1 A - EU-28 184 3.438 4.1 3,173 7.0 ALBANIA 0 0 0.0 0 0.0 NORWAY 33 133 0.2 221 0.5 RUSSIA 3 22 0.0 35 0.1 SERBIA/MONTENEGRO 0 0 0.0 0 0.0 TURKEY 66 170 0.2 301 0.7 UKRAINE 0 0 0.0 0 0.0 B - OTHER EUROPEAN 102 325 0.4 557 1.2 EU-28 + NORWAY 217 3.571 4.3 3,394 7.4 SEA EUROPE MEMBERS 277 3.738 4.5 3,684 8.1 C –JAPAN 600 19,397 23.3 10,256 22.5 D – KOREA (SOUTH) 338 24,697 29.7 12,588 27.6 E - CHINA 1,130 32,475 39.0 16,900 37.1 BRAZIL 12 45 0.1 89 0.2 INDIA 5 4 0.0 11 0.0 INDONESIA 60 62 0.1 135 0.3 MALAYSIA 49 20 0.0 79 0.2 PHILIPPINES 38 1,933 2.3 787 1.7 SINGAPORE 33 89 0.1 134 0.3 TAIWAN 31 293 0.4 227 0.5 USA 27 200 0.2 185 0.4 VIETNAM 55 146 0.2 239 0.5 OTHERS 80 107 0.1 232 0.5 F – REST OF THE WORLD 390 2,899 3.5 2,118 4.6 WORLD TOTAL 1) 2,744 83,231 100.0 45,592 100.0 ORDER BOOK AS PER END OF DECEMBER 2014 BY COUNTRIES NEW ORDER JANUARY – DECEMBER 2014 BY COUNTRIES Source: SEA Europe – IHS Fairplay 1) Difference due to rounding Source: SEA Europe – IHS Fairplay 1) Difference due to rounding 4. SPAIN IN THE GLOBAL MARITIME CONTEXT
  21. 21. • Spanish shipbuilding is an exporting sector. • Main customers are Norwegian and British ship owners or other specialised centres: the Bahamas, the Cayman Isles or Panama. • Frequently in smaller yards, the clients are loyal and repeat contracts. • Transatlantic cruise ships and fishing boats have become more important, but the Spanish shipyards continue to build smaller but technologically advanced vessels, especially for the offshore industry and other specialised vessels (dredgers, tugs, etc.) 21 • Spain also imports vessels from the same or similar specialised centres as well as from Norway and the USA. Imports are primarily of yachts and recreational boats. 5. INTERNATIONAL TRADE 5.1. Shipbuilding exports & imports
  22. 22. 22 Exports - Geographical markets Exports by vessel type Units: Thousands of euros Source: Spanish Chamber of Commerce Units: Thousands of euros Source: Spanish Chamber of Commerce COUNTRY 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 TOTAL NORWAY 45.282,99 2.358,02 156.712,81 531.595,09 104.319,37 31.059,60 227.145,06 16.300,62 1.114.773,55 SINGAPORE 1.393,53 264.718,86 272.268,31 3.531,86 98.689,91 6.646,87 329,50 559,92 648.138,77 UK 20.794,42 66.971,58 104.598,47 49.737,55 59.233,96 136.840,63 1.803,11 4.906,02 444.885,75 BRASIL 67,55 11.221,76 160.939,29 207.824,83 1.291,26 3.136,58 2.349,64 447,05 387.277,95 USA 7.957,83 222.620,18 11.549,93 11.716,71 8.117,09 10.036,17 5.692,93 30.555,82 308.246,66 PANAMA 31.584,48 12.823,50 8.867,76 9.662,27 14.382,54 75.935,34 92.711,00 51.233,49 297.200,37 OMÁN 78,06 278.412,56 200,27 7.840,37 5.781,12 29,62 292.342,00 AUSTRALIA 295,48 40,66 1.272,44 6.439,64 6.296,56 263.978,83 1.036,12 1.858,71 281.218,43 CAYMAN ISLES 11.671,83 19.369,90 26.818,32 26.745,59 29.434,24 22.357,66 455,30 131.442,74 268.295,58 FRANCE 35.530,49 18.094,52 54.208,79 15.153,04 14.319,61 76.531,12 12.764,48 38.983,23 265.585,29 TOTAL TOP 10 154.578,58 618.297,05 1.075.648,69 862.606,85 343.924,92 632.303,92 344.316,76 276.287,60 4.307.964,36 REST OF COUNTRIES 484.866,98 625.913,45 448.356,62 527.073,39 341.277,27 412.478,33 478.097,10 405.182,80 3.723.245,95 TOTAL 639.445,57 1.244.210,50 1.524.005,30 1.389.680,23 685.202,19 1.044.782,25 822.413,86 681.470,40 8.031.210,31 TYPE 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 TOTAL TRANSATLANTIC CRUISE SHIPS, ETC. 176.306,01 453.375,78 439.166,74 527.376,72 155.967,38 171.724,29 214.339,99 57.344,09 2.195.600,99 FISHING VESSELS 95.104,17 35.624,27 25.471,38 18.004,24 18.398,62 17.805,91 282.390,99 246.180,09 738.979,68 YACHTS AND RECREATIONAL BOATS 211.087,76 134.596,38 197.535,47 197.581,73 136.159,74 116.584,75 52.548,97 218.733,91 1.264.828,72 TUGS 86.101,60 173.787,84 196.825,60 130.471,17 167.856,25 206.445,71 100.502,65 57.527,14 1.119.517,96 DREDGERS, LIGHTSHIPS, PUMP SHIPS, PLATFORMS 21.213,99 283.611,21 346.383,15 413.442,64 114.773,48 386.483,09 90.365,90 60.815,42 1.717.088,88 WARSHIPS AND RESCUE VESSELS 25.365,56 141.437,80 291.861,11 79.752,14 56.856,68 111.886,74 52.043,57 14.244,29 773.447,88 OTHERS 24.076,04 20.098,83 26.586,41 22.581,14 32.595,42 33.805,53 29.831,94 25.364,23 214.939,54 SHIPS AND FLOATING STRUCTURES 190,43 1.678,41 175,45 470,45 2.594,61 46,25 389,86 1.261,22 6.806,67 TOTAL 639.445,57 1.244.210,50 1.524.005,30 1.389.680,23 685.202,19 1.044.782,25 822.413,86 681.470,40 8.031.210,31 5. INTERNATIONAL TRADE 5.1. Shipbuilding exports & imports
  23. 23. 23 Imports - Geographical markets Imports by type of vessel Units: Thousands of euros Source: Spanish Chamber of Commerce Units: Thousands of euros Source: Spanish Chamber of Commerce COUNTRY 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 TOTAL CAYMAN ISLES 4.491,03 1.600,00 523.495,63 392.871,85 63.979,59 811,15 15.420,76 3.640,19 1.006.310,19 VIRGIN ISLANDS (UK) 7.084,80 15,00 33.780,50 11.900,00 697.481,56 1.083,79 3.497,65 384,77 755.228,07 BERMUDA 5.862,30 427.086,05 253.513,98 12.248,20 15,05 3,71 698.729,29 USA 51.210,97 17.779,49 59.780,07 255.933,57 18.396,33 12.844,70 14.236,53 23.157,94 453.339,60 UK 85.707,69 47.561,76 41.398,60 47.264,04 29.463,07 50.243,90 29.584,21 30.197,27 361.420,54 ITALY 69.737,67 44.325,46 37.435,42 17.581,49 17.325,30 30.945,51 17.222,56 15.229,50 249.802,92 NORWAY 7.045,46 6.884,30 186.760,27 7.661,28 11.416,92 2.766,85 1.085,66 3.451,56 227.072,29 PORTUGAL 40.889,66 48.801,98 21.862,63 11.048,93 32.401,03 2.861,33 2.494,82 1.663,55 162.023,92 VIRGIN ISLANDS(USA) 120.028,19 265,56 120.293,75 AUSTRALIA 3.260,17 2.840,23 389,23 6.056,53 389,01 36,38 91.449,52 2.367,30 106.788,39 TOP 10 275.289,77 169.808,22 1.452.016,59 1.004.097,24 883.101,00 101.608,66 174.991,71 80.095,79 4.141.008,97 SUM OF THE REST 161.468,52 106.714,58 298.517,47 169.025,63 84.582,90 46.504,76 46.170,42 88.413,11 1.001.397,39 TOTAL 436.758,29 276.522,80 1.750.534,06 1.173.122,86 967.683,91 148.113,42 221.162,12 168.508,90 5.142.406,36 Finland 5.097,32 141,58 378,91 990,23 0,36 105,08 20,43 86,77 6.820,68 TYPE 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 TOTAL TRANSATLANTIC CRUISE SHIPS. ETC 67.946,51 75.921,84 50.783,73 9.269,22 36.502,12 32.190,27 5.779,45 14.783,69 293.176,82 FISHING BOATS 163,28 33,56 2.742,01 8.042,20 405,23 45,32 2.828,73 2.369,85 16.630,17 YACHTS & OTHER RECREATIONAL 405.350,11 185.302,17 1.382.983,11 921.654,26 932.910,25 117.774,84 227.405,71 135.685,12 4.309.065,57 TUGS 17.615,38 10.909,17 371,50 234,78 5.072,42 6.337,91 2.895,11 27.952,92 71.389,18 LIGHTSHIPS. PUMP SHIPS, DREDGERS 6.978,81 18.906,56 151.898,36 245.097,24 4.416,12 1.640,32 796,99 389,19 430.123,60 WARSHIPS. RESCUE SHIPS 6.642,83 5.995,15 186.639,38 6.060,65 5.096,45 2.835,37 3.746,57 8.936,21 225.952,61 OTHERS 11.401,27 13.876,51 12.002,34 9.429,97 8.577,06 9.541,84 9.542,07 14.616,56 88.987,62 BOATS AND FLOATING STRUCTURES 469,54 932,51 1.061,03 2.388,13 2.525,92 937,68 747,17 476,07 9.538,05 TOTAL 516.567,72 311.877,47 1.788.481,45 1.202.176,46 995.505,57 171.303,54 253.741,80 205.209,61 5.444.863,62 5. INTERNATIONAL TRADE 5.1. Shipbuilding exports & imports
  24. 24. EXPORTS • Spain is a mainly exporting country in shipbuilding auxiliary industries, producing a wide variety of highly differentiated types of products and equipment. • Exports levels vary depending on the product. TRENDS • 2008 – 2011: a drop in exports in almost all products. • 2011: a certain recovery in some areas (fenders, anchors, radio equipment, etc.). • The most important product exported was rolled steel although it did not recover to the record 2008 level. • Figures for radar and radio equipment remain relevant and stable. • Germany main export market, followed by Italy and France. 24 5. INTERNATIONAL TRADE 5.2. Auxiliary industry exports & imports
  25. 25. 25 Auxiliary industry exports by customs tariff heading COUNTRY 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 TOTAL GERMANY 201.798,71 120.230,27 234.387,08 203.398,34 197.186,37 194.668,72 243.782,15 218.139,83 1.613.591,47 ITALY 328.610,66 141.799,40 208.176,59 119.139,03 152.710,16 113.663,99 67.431,56 92.091,34 1.223.622,72 FRANCE 160.933,63 94.478,33 136.233,36 152.236,14 129.901,86 118.535,00 121.869,94 101.169,40 1.015.357,66 UK 76.883,02 88.386,63 99.596,27 91.460,38 93.998,07 87.059,72 103.467,75 90.807,08 731.658,92 SWEDEN 115.735,34 57.905,08 94.424,75 135.077,01 122.110,12 79.783,85 56.595,46 48.188,49 709.820,10 PORTUGAL 89.503,55 65.654,29 84.280,85 84.369,36 71.425,52 62.605,85 73.713,92 77.928,10 609.481,45 MALAYSIA 51.844,35 26.162,16 21.653,46 65.052,54 32.142,16 32.249,69 123.559,12 108.874,26 461.537,73 POLAND 43.369,08 25.101,26 32.944,37 60.479,11 56.628,25 49.013,32 44.907,08 37.175,71 349.618,17 TURKEY 19.078,40 16.747,02 19.609,28 24.273,43 27.865,24 19.904,32 27.458,92 54.910,78 209.847,38 INDIA 16.573,07 15.927,09 20.784,32 30.842,98 10.824,63 14.982,08 11.254,77 11.312,30 132.501,24 SUM TOP 10 1.104.329,81 652.391,52 952.090,32 966.328,32 894.792,37 772.466,54 874.040,66 840.597,29 7.057.036,84 SUM REST OF COUNTRIES 362.954,05 222.160,19 224.208,91 181.490,43 230.304,51 185.858,05 269.302,78 320.973,60 1.997.252,52 TOTAL COUNTRIES 1.467.283,87 874.551,70 1.176.299,23 1.147.818,75 1.125.096,88 958.324,59 1.143.343,44 1.161.570,89 9.054.289,36 Auxiliary industry exports by geographic destination Units: Thousands of euros Source: Spanish Chamber of Commerce Units: Thousands of euros Source: Spanish Chamber of Commerce TARIFF HEADING 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 TOTAL ROLLED STAINLESS STEEL 1.317.004,26 660.005,37 954.377,36 992.987,57 967.188,07 810.258,92 971.470,82 983.482,62 7.656.774,99 RADAR 56.349,84 151.197,90 131.788,72 68.755,22 75.683,38 53.763,79 63.189,26 78.213,43 678.941,54 RADIO NAVIGATION EQUIPMENT 14.393,87 13.462,26 16.414,79 34.829,48 23.327,83 40.097,67 54.493,76 57.816,84 254.836,50 FLOATING STRUCTURES 21.639,39 16.586,03 24.800,33 20.717,52 30.033,97 30.001,80 26.455,65 21.690,13 191.924,83 INBOARD MOTORS 46.143,18 20.311,40 24.749,48 14.546,21 11.695,69 18.925,75 19.467,39 10.271,45 166.110,55 OUTBOARD MOTORS 8.392,12 11.676,31 22.323,25 14.529,51 11.316,78 3.090,61 4.278,71 6.838,92 82.446,22 BOAT FENDERS 2.677,50 1.001,91 941,97 774,88 1.070,38 1.423,35 2.671,70 1.841,11 12.402,80 ANCHORS 657,77 301,00 571,70 396,67 4.190,87 744,39 1.286,80 1.390,01 9.539,21 STEAM TURBINES 25,93 9,51 331,63 281,69 589,92 18,30 29,35 26,38 1.312,71 TOTAL 1.467.283,87 874.551,70 1.176.299,23 1.147.818,75 1.125.096,88 958.324,59 1.143.343,44 1.161.570,89 9.054.289,36 5. INTERNATIONAL TRADE 5.2. Auxiliary industry exports & imports
  26. 26. 26 5. INTERNATIONAL TRADE 5.2. Auxiliary industry exports & imports IMPORTS • Spain mainly imports rolled stainless steel products. • Motors and radio navigation equipment have also been relevant although motors have dominated. • Finland is the sixth country in the import ranking, specifically as a result of the imports of rolled steel products and to a lesser extent motors for propulsion.
  27. 27. 27 Auxiliary industry imports by customs tariff heading Auxiliary industry imports by geographical origin Tariff heading 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 TOTAL Rolled stainless steel 448.016,18 182.315,66 298.948,01 324.328,72 287.878,85 278.069,45 321.530,41 334.483,48 2.475.570,75 Radio navigation equipment 151.339,04 122.738,48 131.099,17 132.623,28 129.593,25 95.215,79 91.116,70 119.120,62 972.846,33 Inboard motors 130.841,39 118.003,29 73.767,77 57.612,36 55.486,79 45.891,85 37.740,46 66.273,61 585.617,51 Radar 29.183,46 23.603,76 43.924,68 30.394,39 58.981,55 46.547,95 48.594,50 69.293,60 350.523,90 Outboard motors 36.460,09 21.448,14 27.972,06 29.500,40 23.190,29 13.288,43 17.624,89 22.225,08 191.709,38 Floating structures 5.308,35 9.314,18 7.103,90 5.331,21 4.960,74 4.040,68 4.870,09 9.141,11 50.070,28 Anchors 18.595,19 3.257,53 1.341,41 1.378,27 987,87 722,21 1.243,67 2.589,82 30.115,97 Boat fenders 3.392,27 3.014,41 1.559,55 2.818,66 1.989,23 1.320,64 1.442,31 1.432,69 16.969,75 Steam turbines 1.904,79 1.567,98 2.953,32 1.949,01 1.532,80 1.172,42 850,71 1.491,87 13.422,90 TOTAL 825.040,76 485.263,44 588.669,88 585.936,30 564.601,37 486.269,42 525.013,73 626.051,87 4.686.846,78 Country 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 TOTAL Germany 133.178,00 88.730,81 95.057,22 96.247,05 98.287,44 76.638,45 57.847,72 63.815,75 709.802,45 France 98.266,85 31.408,03 39.726,36 68.751,11 61.888,00 66.457,07 88.917,41 89.978,54 545.393,37 USA 62.049,98 42.447,65 33.848,64 37.320,53 62.885,40 71.362,65 54.525,18 73.128,52 437.568,55 China 66.366,51 63.165,72 58.831,74 70.268,17 38.063,51 25.565,50 57.527,63 43.141,59 422.930,38 Belgium 62.877,84 46.314,74 72.202,71 36.173,25 39.119,78 37.635,20 43.425,26 50.294,13 388.042,90 Italy 42.101,18 38.115,55 37.922,00 44.438,59 46.377,29 31.665,93 40.610,63 67.658,60 348.889,76 Finland 91.385,46 23.955,41 60.459,39 51.589,54 40.823,98 20.786,67 17.219,05 26.253,58 332.473,08 Sweden 45.647,52 44.949,63 47.795,41 35.588,19 31.836,17 17.546,40 21.891,92 27.075,26 272.330,50 Japan 32.854,39 22.330,73 30.850,82 39.240,33 38.068,76 18.327,87 16.893,85 16.061,09 214.627,83 Netherlands 25.219,04 13.387,54 16.236,57 14.212,50 24.148,18 24.963,94 23.830,90 16.957,74 158.956,40 TOTAL TOP 10 659.946,77 414.805,81 492.930,87 493.829,26 481.498,49 390.949,68 422.689,55 474.364,79 3.831.015,23 RESTO PAISES 165.093,99 70.457,62 95.739,02 92.107,04 83.102,88 95.319,74 102.324,18 151.687,08 855.831,55 SUMA TOTAL 825.040,76 485.263,44 588.669,88 585.936,30 564.601,37 486.269,42 525.013,73 626.051,87 4.686.846,78 Units: Thousands of euros Source: Spanish Chamber of Commerce Units: Thousands of euros Source: Spanish Chamber of Commerce 5. INTERNATIONAL TRADE 5.2. Auxiliary industry exports & imports
  28. 28. 28 Spanish imports from Finland - Auxiliary Industry TARIFF HEADING 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 TOTAL ROLLED STAINLESS STEEL 88.224,95 22.963,58 60.271,05 51.511,04 40.653,61 16.794,89 16.872,06 19.526,07 316.817,25 INBOARD MOTORS 2.975,79 844,87 3.820,00 6.350,78 13.991,44 FLOATING STRUCTURES 95,59 126,84 181,28 54,98 105,08 8,75 572,52 RADAR 8,46 7,06 154,44 2,00 239,53 411,49 RADIO NAVIGATION EQUIPMENT 0,88 8,95 22,42 0,07 67,50 309,80 409,63 OUTBOARD MOTORS 11,18 12,93 64,64 31,21 66,93 186,88 ANCHORS 77,75 3,00 80,75 BOAT FENDERS 2,03 1,10 3,13 TOTAL 91.385,46 23.955,41 60.459,39 51.589,54 40.823,98 20.786,67 17.219,05 26.253,58 332.473,08 UNITS: thousands of euros Source: Spanish Chamber of Commerce 5. INTERNATIONAL TRADE 5.2. Auxiliary industry exports & imports
  29. 29. • The Spanish shipbuilding industry is specialised in fishing boats, defence, offshore and supplies. It is a prestigious technologically advanced industry with a well-qualified professional workforce. • The current price of oil is having a negative effect on the offshore oil market. • Spanish shipyards are now contracting other types of vessels; fishing boats, tugs and pushing boats, vessels for transport and ferries powered by LNG. 29 6. OPPORTUNITIES FOR FINNISH INDUSTRY
  30. 30. • The potential Spanish clients of Finnish industry within the shipbuilding industry are ship owners and shipyards, both public and private. • The public sector buys vessels for national objectives (defense, security and vigilance, rescue, research) and generally from domestic shipyards. • Major companies can operate as ship owners (e.g.Repsol in the energy sector). • Main brands, e.g. propulsion systems, often chosen by the ship owner. For other equipment, the shipyards generally act as purchaser. • International suppliers are important in motors for propulsion and radio navigation equipment; some with factories in Spain (as Wärtsilä) and others with commercial offices. 30 6. OPPORTUNITIES FOR FINNISH INDUSTRY
  31. 31. • Finnish products are practically testimonial, except for rolled steel products and the company Wärtsilä which manufactures motors in Spain. • This and the fact that it is a particularly open market suggest that there are opportunities to work in the Spanish shipbuilding market. • The perception of Finnish products is that they have a high technological content and are environmentally friendly. • Finnish companies have a good reputation for meeting their commitments (delivery dates, etc.). • The Spanish market is price-sensitive, but in the case of major equipment, chooses prestigious and recognised major brands. • The best opportunities will probably arise for those products which guarantee the most efficient environmental results. 31 6. OPPORTUNITIES FOR FINNISH INDUSTRY
  32. 32. 32 7. OTHER INFORMATION 7.1. Trade Fairs • SINAVAL – EUROFISHING http://sinaval.bilbaoexhibitioncentre.com/ Bilbao Exhibition Center (BEC) – APRIL 2017 • NAVALIA http://www.navalia.es/es/ Vigo Maritme Trade Fair – MAY 24, 25 and 26 2016
  33. 33. 33 7. OTHER INFORMATION 7.2. Associations / Clusters • PYMAR www.pymar.com • CLUSTER MARÍTIMO ESPAÑOL http://www.clustermaritimo.es • FORO MARÍTIMO VASCO http://www.foromaritimovasco.com • ACLUNAGA http://www.aclunaga.es • ANAVE http://www.anave.es
  34. 34. 34 7. OTHER INFORMATION 7.2. Associations / Clusters • PYMAR www.pymar.com • CLUSTER MARÍTIMO ESPAÑOL http://www.clustermaritimo.es • FORO MARÍTIMO VASCO http://www.foromaritimovasco.com • ACLUNAGA http://www.aclunaga.es • ANAVE http://www.anave.es
  35. 35. 35 7. OTHER INFORMATION 7.2. Associations / Clusters INTERNATIONAL INNOVATIVE PROJECTS
  36. 36. 36 NAVANTIA NAVANTIA Velazquez, 132 28006 Madrid -Spain Tel: 913358652 Email navantia@navantia.es Web: http://www.navantia.es CARTERA DE PEDIDOS Nº GT CGT 5 349.610 143.788 8. Shipyards info & vessels
  37. 37. 37 METALSHIPS & DOCKS METALSHIPS & DOCKS, S. A. Rios-Teis, s/n 36216 Vigo (Pontevedra) Tel: 986811800 Fax: 986452961 Email metalships@metalships.com Web: http://www.metalships.com 8. Shipyards info & vessels
  38. 38. 38 CONSTRUCCIONES NAVALES P. FREIRE CONSTRUCCIONES NAVALES P. FREIRE, S.A. Beiramar, 18 36208 Vigo (Pontevedra) Tel: +34 986 23 30 00 Fax: +34 986 23 72 84 Email freire@freireshipyard.com Web: www.freireshipyard.com CARTERA DE PEDIDOS Nº GT CGT 3 11.110 22.534 8. Shipyards info & vessels
  39. 39. 39 HIJOS DE J. BARRERAS HIJOS DE J. BARRERAS, S.A. Beiramar, 2 36208 Vigo (Pontevedra) Tel: 986 21 32 97 Fax: 986 21 34 00 Email astillero@hjbarreras.es Web: http://www.hjbarreras.es/ CARTERA DE PEDIDOS Nº GT CGT 1 21.893 22.581 8. Shipyards info & vessels
  40. 40. 40 FACTORÍAS VULCANO FACTORÍAS VULCANO, S.A. Santa Tecla, 69 - Apdo. 1507 36207 Vigo (Pontevedra) Tel: 986266161 Fax: 986267932 Email info@factoriasvulcano.com Web: http://www.factoriasvulcano.com CARTERA DE PEDIDOS Nº GT CGT 1 15.966 19.289 8. Shipyards info & vessels
  41. 41. 41 GONDÁN ASTILLEROS GONDÁN, S.A. Puerto de Figueras 33794 Castropol (Asturias) Tel: 985636250 Fax: 985636298 Email Web: http://www.gondan.com CARTERA DE PEDIDOS Nº GT CGT 7 18.850 40.627 8. Shipyards info & vessels
  42. 42. 42 ARMON ASTILLEROS ARMON, S.A. Av. Del Pardo, s/n 33710 Navia (España) Tel: 985631464 Fax: 985631701 Email armon@astillerosarmon.com Web: http://www.astillerosarmon.com CARTERA DE PEDIDOS Nº GT CGT 11 5.498 23.570 8. Shipyards info & vessels
  43. 43. 43 BALENCIAGA ASTILLEROS BALENCIAGA, S.A. Santiago Auzoa, s/n 20750 Zumaia (Gipuzkoa) Tel: 943860262 Fax: 943862089 Email: balenciaga@astillerosbalenciaga.com Web: http://www.astillerosbalenciaga.com CARTERA DE PEDIDOS Nº GT CGT 4 11.374 18.512 8. Shipyards info & vessels
  44. 44. 44 ZAMAKONA ASTILLEROS ZAMAKONA, S.A. Puerto Pesquero s/n 48980 Santurtzi (Bizkaia) Tel: 944618851 Fax: 944612580 Email: zamakona@zamakona.com Web: http://www.astilleroszamakona.com CARTERA DE PEDIDOS Nº GT CGT 11 8.650 29.067 8. Shipyards info & vessels
  45. 45. 45 MURUETA ASTILLEROS MURUETA, S.A. Malloape Auzoa, S/N 48394 Murueta (Bizkaia) Tel: 946252000 Fax: 946255244 Email: mail@astillerosmurueta.com Web: http://www.astillerosmurueta.com CARTERA DE PEDIDOS Nº GT CGT 4 6.248 15.972 8. Shipyards info & vessels
  46. 46. 46 LA NAVAL CONSTRUCCIONES NAVALES DEL NORTE, S.L. – LA NAVAL Ribera de la Ría, s/n. 48910 Sestao (Bizkaia) Tel: 944858600 Fax: 944858651 Email: info@lanaval.es Web: http://www.lanaval.es CARTERA DE PEDIDOS Nº GT CGT 4 77.915 84.472 8. Shipyards info & vessels
  47. 47. 47 ASTANDER ASTILLEROS DE SANTANDER, S.A. Fernández Hontoria, 24 39610 El Astillero (Santander) Tel: 942209100 Fax: 942209101 Email: comercial@astander.es Web: http://www.astander.es/ 8. Shipyards info & vessels
  48. 48. 48 ASTILLEROS DE MALLORCA ASTILLEROS DE MALLORCA, S.A. Contramuelle-Mollet, 11, 07012 Palma de Mallorca Tel: 971710645 Fax: 971721368 Email: Web: http://www.astillerosdemallorca.com/ Name: S.Y. JESSICA Type: SAILING YATCH 8. Shipyards info & vessels
  49. 49. 49 ASTICAN ASTICAN, ASTILLERO CANARIO Avenida de las Petrolíferas, s/n. 35008 Las Palmas de Gran Canaria Tel: 928479800 Fax: 928479820 Email: comercial@astican.es Web: http://www.astican.es/ 8. Shipyards info & vessels
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