Fact.MR has published a new research report on global dredging market sizes, upcoming industry trends and growth opportunity through 2017-2022 to its online database that tries to unveil the various scenarios prevailing in the global dredging market insights. This assessment delivers a smart compilation of primary and secondary data which provides a clear insight about the future plans expected to impact the dredging market. This study comprises of prominent data which makes it a beneficial source for investors, analysts and industry experts to acquire necessary knowledge associated to the fundamental market trends, opportunities and growth drivers.
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The global dredging market has witnessed its share of ups and downs over past decade, and especially during post economic crisis years. However, with the recovery in global economy, the global trade grew significantly. Spurt in global infrastructure activities has necessitated the need for expansion of existing ports, and development of new ones. Additionally, considering the fact that over 85% of global trade is carried out through sea trade, maintaining existing pathways and creating new ones has gained prominence. According to UNCTAD, global seaborne trade volumes surpassed 10 billion tons in 2015, with shipments expanding by over 2%. The outlook on global seaborne trade remains overly positive, with seaborne trade volume growth projection of over 3% for next five year. Furthermore, upcoming projects, such as One Belt and One Road Initiative (OBOR) likely to provide growth opportunities to dredging industry.
The need for robust seaborne infrastructure vis-à-vis dredging services can also be appraised by looking at the emphasis as well as investment governments are bucketing for seaborne infrastructure. Realizing the potential, European bigwigs jumped on the driving seat long back and has been stirring the industry.
FactMR’s research study projects the global dredging market to surpass US$ 16 Bn in revenues by 2022. The year-on-year growth for global dredging industry is projected over 2.5% over next five year, creating incremental opportunity of US$ 2 Bn. The prospects of dredging industry are closely tied with the broader developments in the global tourism sector, as construction of new airports and beach replenishments accounts for a sizeable share of total revenues generated by dredging companies. According to data from World Tourism Organization, the total number of international tourist arrivals in 2016 stood at over 1.2 billion.
The direct, indirect, and induced revenue generated in the global travel and tourism sector were pegged at over US$ 7.5 trillion in 2016. In spite of uncertainty in the global political sphere, the global tourism sector is projected to grow at a brisk pace in the foreseeable future, providing opportunities to dredging service providers in the due course. The world’s four biggest dredging companies are from Belgium and Netherlands. DEME and Jan De Nul from Belgium, and Boskalis and Van Oord from the Netherlands were around during the 1980s when the global dredging market was highly consolidated, with the presence of over 20 dredging companies in Belgium and Netherlands alone.
Through a series of mergers and acquisitions (with the exception of Jan De Nul), these companies strengthened their position, and today, they are part of the ‘Big Four’ in the global market, as highlighted in a recently published report by FactMR. These four companies have, amongst them, handled some of the most iconic and complex projects globally. These four companies are likely to continue their market domination throughout the forecast period.
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The report by FactMR distinguishes players in global dredging market among three key strategic groups subjected to their focus and regional presence. Leading players in the dredging market which comprehensively focusses on dredging and has operational span across the globe. Companies like Jan De Nul, Boskalis, Van Oord and DEME are such companies clearly exhibit leading position in the global dredging market. The other group of companies, which do not boast dredging as their key business function, however, account for the substantial share of the global dredging business.
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