New orders in the shipbuilding industry have fallen sharply, and China's shipbuilding capacity may be idle.
Zheng Xinli, deputy director of the Economic Committee of the CPPCC National Committee and deputy director of the Policy Research Office of the CPC Central Committee, said in Beijing on the 13th that since the second half of last year, new orders in China's shipbuilding industry have fallen sharply, and the delivery of existing orders has been delayed and refunded. If this continues, China's shipbuilding capacity will be largely idle in twoorthree years
at the Special Consultative Meeting of the CPPCC National Committee here, Zheng Xinli pointed out that the system will detect such a mismatch between the number of China's three major plastic building materials and the programming parameters. In 2007 and 2008, China's new ship orders have jumped to the first place in the world, and the gross tonnage of shipbuilding has exceeded Japan, second only to South Korea. The shipbuilding industry has a good momentum of development
"however, the current problems are: first, new orders have fallen sharply since the second half of last year, and the original orders have been delayed delivery and refunded. Shipbuilding capacity will be largely idle in two to three years. Second, the localization rate of marine supporting equipment is low, that is, the accuracy of 0.5-1% is about the exertion of shipbuilding capacity and the improvement of profitability."
Zheng Xinli suggested that the authorities should study countermeasures as soon as possible in view of these two major problems. While guiding the two major shipbuilding enterprises to improve the technical level of bottleneck links, they should appropriately increase the orders of oil drilling platforms and special-purpose ships, avoid large fluctuations in ship production, and support the shipbuilding industry to become bigger and stronger
according to the report on investment analysis and prospect prediction of China's shipbuilding industry from 2009 to 2012 released by CIC consultants, China's shipbuilding industry has shown a rapid growth trend since 2005. In 2005, the national shipbuilding completion volume was 12.12 million deadweight tons, an increase of 42% over the same period, and the new ship orders were 16.99 million deadweight tons, an increase of 7% year on year; In 2006, the national shipbuilding completion volume was 14.52 million dwt, an increase of 20% year-on-year, and the new ship orders were 42.51 million dwt, an increase of 150% year-on-year; In 2007, shipbuilding, ship repair and ship supporting industries achieved comprehensive growth; From January to October 2008, China's shipbuilding industry continued to maintain a strong growth momentum. The three major shipbuilding indicators increased significantly, the main economic indicators improved significantly, and the growth of ship exports was strong. In September of the same year, the U.S. financial crisis broke out and quickly spread to the world, which had an important impact on China's shipbuilding industry