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Project Insight-Port Construction Projects: Asia-Pacific

Summary

Timetric's Construction Intelligence Center (CIC) is currently tracking port construction projects in Asia-Pacific with a total value of USD 183.2 billion; of this, USD 78.1 billion is in the planning stage. India accounts for the highest value with USD 41.1 billion, followed by Malaysia with projects valuing USD 28.1 billion. Indonesia and Bangladesh follow with port construction projects with a value of USD 26.9 billion and USD 24.6 billion respectively. Malaysia accounts for the highest value project in the region with the USD 22.8 billion Carey Island Port Klang Extension, followed by Bangladesh with the USD 20.0 billion Payra Seaport Development.

Synopsis

Asia accounted for 38% of global exports and 53% of imports in 2017, according to the International Association of Ports and Harbors (IAPH). According to the World Shipping Council, Shanghai is the busiest container port in the world, with a volume of 36.5 million (TEU) in 2015, followed by Singapore with 30.9 million (TEU). Countries such as India and Malaysia are now major global trade countries and are having to invest substantially in port facilities to maximize trade opportunities with their trading partners. Asia-Pacific as a region continues to set the pace for global economic growth, with India, Vietnam and Myanmar surpassing China for GDP growth, and forecast to continue with high growth of above 6% by 2022. The rapid population growth in the region coupled with economic growth is creating an affluent middle class market for goods produced in the region and from the western economies.

Key Highlights

- The total pipeline of projects is valued at USD 183.2 billion with USD 13.9 billion being spent in 2018 and USD 33.4 billion in 2019.

- The highest value of projects are at the planning stage with a total value of USD 78.9 billion, followed by projects in execution with USD 57.0 billion.

- Projects in the pre-planning stage amount to USD 35.2 billion, while those at the pre-execution stage total USD 12.1 billion.

- Assuming all projects proceed as planned, spending will reach USD 36.3 billion in 2020 and fall to USD 16.9 billion in 2022. The highest value of project completions will be in 2020, with a value of USD 34.7 billion.

- The top contractor in the region is PT PP (Persero) Tbk based in Malaysia and China Communications Construction Co (CCCC) based in China. The top engineer is Flagstaff Consulting Group and AECOM, both based in the US.

Scope

- The report provides analysis based on CIC projects showing total project values for Asia-Pacific and analysis by stage and funding for the top ten countries.

- The top 50 projects are listed for the region giving country, stage, value of port construction. Ranked listings of the key operators for the sector are also provided, showing the leading contractors, consulting engineers and project owners.

- Country profiles are provided for the top 10 countries, including India, Malaysia and Indonesia.

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 for the region 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.

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Table Of Content

Scope

Table of Contents

1. Regional Overview

2. Key Operators

3. Project Analytics by Country

3.1. India

3.2. Malaysia

3.3. Indonesia

3.4. Bangladesh

3.5. Australia

3.6. China

3.7. Vietnam

3.8. Singapore

3.9. New Zealand

3.10. Philippines

4. Methodology

5. Disclaimer


List Of Figure

List of Tables

Figure 1: Asia-Pacific-Port Construction Project Pipeline, (USD million)

Figure 2: Asia-Pacific-Port Construction Project Pipeline, (USD million)

Figure 3: Asia-Pacific-Port Construction Project Pipeline, All Countries Value by Stage (USD million)

Figure 4: Asia-Pacific-Port Construction Project Pipeline, All Countries Projected Annual Spending by Stage and Year of Project Term (USD million)

Figure 5: Asia-Pacific-Port Construction Projects Pipeline, Top 10 Countries by Stage (USD million)

Figure 6: Asia-Pacific-Port Construction Projects Pipeline, Top 10 Countries Projected Annual Spending by Stage and Year of Project Term (USD million)

Figure 7: Asia-Pacific-Port Construction Projects, by Funding Mode (% of Total Pipeline Value)

Figure 8: Asia-Pacific-Port Construction Projects, Value by Completion Year (USD million)

Figure 9: India-Port Construction Projects Pipeline, Value by Stage (USD million)

Figure 10: India-Port Construction Projects Pipeline, Projected Annual Spending by Stage and Year of Project Term (USD million)

Figure 11: India-Port Construction Projects, by Funding Mode (% of Total Pipeline Value)

Figure 12: India-Port Construction Projects, Value by Completion Year (USD million)

Figure 13: Malaysia-Port Construction Projects Pipeline, Value by Stage (USD million)

Figure 14: Malaysia-Port Construction Projects Pipeline, Projected Annual Spending by Stage and Year of Project Term (USD million)

Figure 15: Malaysia-Port Construction Projects, by Funding Mode (% of Total Pipeline Value)

Figure 16: Malaysia-Port Construction Projects, Value by Completion Year (USD million)

Figure 17: Indonesia-Port Construction Projects Pipeline, Value by Stage (USD million)

Figure 18: Indonesia-Port Construction Projects Pipeline, Projected Annual Spending by Stage and Year of Project Term (USD million)

Figure 19: Indonesia-Port Construction Projects, by Funding Mode (% of Total Pipeline Value)

Figure 20: Indonesia-Port Construction Projects, Value by Completion Year (USD million)

Figure 21: Bangladesh-Port Construction Projects Pipeline, Value by Stage (USD million)

Figure 22: Bangladesh-Port Construction Projects Pipeline, Projected Annual Spending by Stage and Year of Project Term (USD million)

Figure 23: Bangladesh-Port Construction Projects, by Funding Mode (% of Total Pipeline Value)

Figure 24: Bangladesh-Port Construction Projects, Value by Completion Year (USD million)

Figure 25: Australia-Port Construction Projects Pipeline, Value by Stage (USD million)

Figure 26: Australia-Port Construction Projects Pipeline, Projected Annual Spending by Stage and Year of Project Term (USD million)

Figure 27: Australia-Port Construction Projects, by Funding Mode (% of Total Pipeline Value)

Figure 28: Australia-Port Construction Projects, Value by Completion Year (USD million)

Figure 29: China-Port Construction Projects Pipeline, Value by Stage (USD million)

Figure 30: China-Port Construction Projects Pipeline, Projected Annual Spending by Stage and Year of Project Term (USD million)

Figure 31: China-Port Construction Projects, by Funding Mode (% of Total Pipeline Value)

Figure 32: China-Port Construction Projects, Value by Completion Year (USD million)

Figure 33: Vietnam-Port Construction Projects Pipeline, Value by Stage (USD million)

Figure 34: Vietnam-Port Construction Projects Pipeline, Projected Annual Spending by Stage and Year of Project Term (USD million)

Figure 35: Vietnam-Port Construction Projects, by Funding Mode (% of Total Pipeline Value)

Figure 36: Vietnam-Port Construction Projects, Value by Completion Year (USD million)

Figure 37: Singapore-Port Construction Projects Pipeline, Value by Stage (USD million)

Figure 38: Singapore-Port Construction Projects Pipeline, Projected Annual Spending by Type and Year of Project Term (USD million)

Figure 39: Singapore-Port Construction Projects, by Funding Mode (% of Total Pipeline Value)

Figure 40: Singapore-Port Construction Projects, Value by Completion Year (USD million)

Figure 41: New Zealand-Port Construction Projects Pipeline, Value by Stage (USD million)

Figure 42: New Zealand-Port Construction Projects Pipeline, Projected Annual Spending by Type and Year of Project Term (USD million)

Figure 43: New Zealand-Port Construction Projects, by Funding Mode (% of Total Pipeline Value)

Figure 44: Philippines-Port Construction Projects Pipeline, Value by Stage (USD million)

Figure 45: Philippines-Port Construction Projects Pipeline, Projected Annual Spending by Stage and Year of Project Term (USD million)

Figure 46: Philippines-Port Construction Projects, by Funding Mode (% of Total Pipeline Value)

Figure 47: Philippines-Port Construction Projects, Value by Completion Year (USD million)


List Of Table

List of Tables

Table 1: Asia-Pacific-Port Construction Project Pipeline, Value by Country and Stage (USD million)

Table 2: Asia-Pacific-Top 50 Port Construction Projects by Value

Table 3: Key Contractors-Value of Projects

Table 4: Key Consulting Engineers-Value of Projects

Table 5: Key Project Owners-Value of Projects

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Project Insight-Port Construction Projects: Asia-Pacific

Summary

Timetric's Construction Intelligence Center (CIC) is currently tracking port construction projects in Asia-Pacific with a total value of USD 183.2 billion; of this, USD 78.1 billion is in the planning stage. India accounts for the highest value with USD 41.1 billion, followed by Malaysia with projects valuing USD 28.1 billion. Indonesia and Bangladesh follow with port construction projects with a value of USD 26.9 billion and USD 24.6 billion respectively. Malaysia accounts for the highest value project in the region with the USD 22.8 billion Carey Island Port Klang Extension, followed by Bangladesh with the USD 20.0 billion Payra Seaport Development.

Synopsis

Asia accounted for 38% of global exports and 53% of imports in 2017, according to the International Association of Ports and Harbors (IAPH). According to the World Shipping Council, Shanghai is the busiest container port in the world, with a volume of 36.5 million (TEU) in 2015, followed by Singapore with 30.9 million (TEU). Countries such as India and Malaysia are now major global trade countries and are having to invest substantially in port facilities to maximize trade opportunities with their trading partners. Asia-Pacific as a region continues to set the pace for global economic growth, with India, Vietnam and Myanmar surpassing China for GDP growth, and forecast to continue with high growth of above 6% by 2022. The rapid population growth in the region coupled with economic growth is creating an affluent middle class market for goods produced in the region and from the western economies.

Key Highlights

- The total pipeline of projects is valued at USD 183.2 billion with USD 13.9 billion being spent in 2018 and USD 33.4 billion in 2019.

- The highest value of projects are at the planning stage with a total value of USD 78.9 billion, followed by projects in execution with USD 57.0 billion.

- Projects in the pre-planning stage amount to USD 35.2 billion, while those at the pre-execution stage total USD 12.1 billion.

- Assuming all projects proceed as planned, spending will reach USD 36.3 billion in 2020 and fall to USD 16.9 billion in 2022. The highest value of project completions will be in 2020, with a value of USD 34.7 billion.

- The top contractor in the region is PT PP (Persero) Tbk based in Malaysia and China Communications Construction Co (CCCC) based in China. The top engineer is Flagstaff Consulting Group and AECOM, both based in the US.

Scope

- The report provides analysis based on CIC projects showing total project values for Asia-Pacific and analysis by stage and funding for the top ten countries.

- The top 50 projects are listed for the region giving country, stage, value of port construction. Ranked listings of the key operators for the sector are also provided, showing the leading contractors, consulting engineers and project owners.

- Country profiles are provided for the top 10 countries, including India, Malaysia and Indonesia.

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 for the region 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.

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Scope

Table of Contents

1. Regional Overview

2. Key Operators

3. Project Analytics by Country

3.1. India

3.2. Malaysia

3.3. Indonesia

3.4. Bangladesh

3.5. Australia

3.6. China

3.7. Vietnam

3.8. Singapore

3.9. New Zealand

3.10. Philippines

4. Methodology

5. Disclaimer


List Of Figure

List of Tables

Figure 1: Asia-Pacific-Port Construction Project Pipeline, (USD million)

Figure 2: Asia-Pacific-Port Construction Project Pipeline, (USD million)

Figure 3: Asia-Pacific-Port Construction Project Pipeline, All Countries Value by Stage (USD million)

Figure 4: Asia-Pacific-Port Construction Project Pipeline, All Countries Projected Annual Spending by Stage and Year of Project Term (USD million)

Figure 5: Asia-Pacific-Port Construction Projects Pipeline, Top 10 Countries by Stage (USD million)

Figure 6: Asia-Pacific-Port Construction Projects Pipeline, Top 10 Countries Projected Annual Spending by Stage and Year of Project Term (USD million)

Figure 7: Asia-Pacific-Port Construction Projects, by Funding Mode (% of Total Pipeline Value)

Figure 8: Asia-Pacific-Port Construction Projects, Value by Completion Year (USD million)

Figure 9: India-Port Construction Projects Pipeline, Value by Stage (USD million)

Figure 10: India-Port Construction Projects Pipeline, Projected Annual Spending by Stage and Year of Project Term (USD million)

Figure 11: India-Port Construction Projects, by Funding Mode (% of Total Pipeline Value)

Figure 12: India-Port Construction Projects, Value by Completion Year (USD million)

Figure 13: Malaysia-Port Construction Projects Pipeline, Value by Stage (USD million)

Figure 14: Malaysia-Port Construction Projects Pipeline, Projected Annual Spending by Stage and Year of Project Term (USD million)

Figure 15: Malaysia-Port Construction Projects, by Funding Mode (% of Total Pipeline Value)

Figure 16: Malaysia-Port Construction Projects, Value by Completion Year (USD million)

Figure 17: Indonesia-Port Construction Projects Pipeline, Value by Stage (USD million)

Figure 18: Indonesia-Port Construction Projects Pipeline, Projected Annual Spending by Stage and Year of Project Term (USD million)

Figure 19: Indonesia-Port Construction Projects, by Funding Mode (% of Total Pipeline Value)

Figure 20: Indonesia-Port Construction Projects, Value by Completion Year (USD million)

Figure 21: Bangladesh-Port Construction Projects Pipeline, Value by Stage (USD million)

Figure 22: Bangladesh-Port Construction Projects Pipeline, Projected Annual Spending by Stage and Year of Project Term (USD million)

Figure 23: Bangladesh-Port Construction Projects, by Funding Mode (% of Total Pipeline Value)

Figure 24: Bangladesh-Port Construction Projects, Value by Completion Year (USD million)

Figure 25: Australia-Port Construction Projects Pipeline, Value by Stage (USD million)

Figure 26: Australia-Port Construction Projects Pipeline, Projected Annual Spending by Stage and Year of Project Term (USD million)

Figure 27: Australia-Port Construction Projects, by Funding Mode (% of Total Pipeline Value)

Figure 28: Australia-Port Construction Projects, Value by Completion Year (USD million)

Figure 29: China-Port Construction Projects Pipeline, Value by Stage (USD million)

Figure 30: China-Port Construction Projects Pipeline, Projected Annual Spending by Stage and Year of Project Term (USD million)

Figure 31: China-Port Construction Projects, by Funding Mode (% of Total Pipeline Value)

Figure 32: China-Port Construction Projects, Value by Completion Year (USD million)

Figure 33: Vietnam-Port Construction Projects Pipeline, Value by Stage (USD million)

Figure 34: Vietnam-Port Construction Projects Pipeline, Projected Annual Spending by Stage and Year of Project Term (USD million)

Figure 35: Vietnam-Port Construction Projects, by Funding Mode (% of Total Pipeline Value)

Figure 36: Vietnam-Port Construction Projects, Value by Completion Year (USD million)

Figure 37: Singapore-Port Construction Projects Pipeline, Value by Stage (USD million)

Figure 38: Singapore-Port Construction Projects Pipeline, Projected Annual Spending by Type and Year of Project Term (USD million)

Figure 39: Singapore-Port Construction Projects, by Funding Mode (% of Total Pipeline Value)

Figure 40: Singapore-Port Construction Projects, Value by Completion Year (USD million)

Figure 41: New Zealand-Port Construction Projects Pipeline, Value by Stage (USD million)

Figure 42: New Zealand-Port Construction Projects Pipeline, Projected Annual Spending by Type and Year of Project Term (USD million)

Figure 43: New Zealand-Port Construction Projects, by Funding Mode (% of Total Pipeline Value)

Figure 44: Philippines-Port Construction Projects Pipeline, Value by Stage (USD million)

Figure 45: Philippines-Port Construction Projects Pipeline, Projected Annual Spending by Stage and Year of Project Term (USD million)

Figure 46: Philippines-Port Construction Projects, by Funding Mode (% of Total Pipeline Value)

Figure 47: Philippines-Port Construction Projects, Value by Completion Year (USD million)


List Of Table

List of Tables

Table 1: Asia-Pacific-Port Construction Project Pipeline, Value by Country and Stage (USD million)

Table 2: Asia-Pacific-Top 50 Port Construction Projects by Value

Table 3: Key Contractors-Value of Projects

Table 4: Key Consulting Engineers-Value of Projects

Table 5: Key Project Owners-Value of Projects

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