Marine Diesel Engine Industry Market Report

MaritimePropulsion.com
Thursday, July 25, 2013

Research and Markets announce the addtion of this report on the marine diesel engine market 2012-2013 to its offering.

A snippet from the report follows:

In 2012, affected by the economic slowdown, shipping market slump, shipbuilding order contraction and other factors, the global marine diesel engine market shrank by 12.9% year on year to 67.27 million horsepower. In 2013, it's expected that the global shipping market will continue to face difficulties, and the marine diesel engine market size will keep decreasing, to 65.91 million horsepower.

MAN and Wärtsilä, two global marine diesel engine giants, share 98% of the global low-speed marine engine market and 70% of the global medium-speed marine engine market.

At present, although China is the world's largest shipbuilding country, the development of marine diesel engines is relatively slow, and the production is mainly carried out through technology licensing of companies like MAN and Wärtsilä.

Research and Markets is a leading source for international market research reports and market data. More information on the report is to be found at:  http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/9wcgvg/global_and
 


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