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疫情之下,韩国船厂订单大减

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疫情之下,韩国船厂订单大减
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来源:Hellenic Shipping News 2020-06-23

翻译:国际海事信息网 黄子倩 张运鸿
 
        韩国各船厂周一的数据显示,受到新冠疫情和油价下跌的双重影响,以现代重工为首的韩国船厂在今年前五个月订单量锐减,未能达到年度目标订单量。
 
        韩国造船海洋公司(Korea Shipbuilding & Offshore Engineering Co.)表示,其旗下三家造船分公司在今年1-5月共获得29艘船的订单,总价值18.2亿美元(译者注:原文经查证有误,译文中已修改),只达到了年度接单计划总额175亿美元的10.4%。
 
        韩国造船海洋公司是现代重工、现代尾浦造船和现代三湖重工三家造船公司的控股公司。
 
        大宇造船海洋工程有限公司(Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering Co.)在前五个月共接到6笔订单,总价值14.3亿美元,仅达到了其年度计划72.1亿美元的20%。
 
        三星重工(Samsung Heavy Industries Co.)前五个月订单总额仅为4.9亿美元,仅完成年度计划84亿美元的6%。
 
        订单数量如此惨淡主要是因为疫情重创了全球贸易,并导致油价大跌。
 
        全球市场调研机构克拉克森提供的数据显示,1至5月,全球新造船订单共466万CGT,比去年同期下降61.2%。
 
        相比去年,预计今年全球造船订单会下滑23%,至2100万CGT。这可能是自2016年1379万CGT以来的最低点。
 
        首尔大信证券有限公司(Daishin Securities Co.)分析师李东宪(Lee Dong-heon)在其报告中表示:“油价和新造船订单都达到了2016年以来的最低点,但是投资者希望在下半年见到更多LNG船订单。”
 
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Korean shipyards sharply off order targets on pandemic
 
South Korea’s shipbuilders, led by Hyundai Heavy Industries Co., suffered from a sharp drop in new orders in the first five months of the year, falling sharply short of their annual order targets due to the coronavirus outbreak and a drop in oil prices, the companies’ data showed Monday.
 
Korea Shipbuilding & Offshore Engineering Co. said its three shipbuilding subsidiaries have bagged a combined US$1.82 worth of orders to build a total of 29 ships in the January-May period, meeting a meager 10.4 percent of their annual order targets of $17.5 billion.
 
Korea Shipbuilding & Offshore Engineering is the holding company of Hyundai Heavy Industries, Hyundai Mipo Dockyard Co. and Hyundai Samho Heavy Industries Co.
 
Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering Co. has achieved 20 percent of its annual order target of $7.21 billion during the five-month period with just $1.43 billion worth of orders to build six ships.
 
Samsung Heavy Industries Co. achieved a mere 6 percent of its annual order target of $8.4 billion by clinching $490 million in orders, or five ships.
 
Their dismal new orders were due mainly to the coronavirus pandemic that hurt global trade and led to a sharp drop in oil prices.
 
According to data provided by global market researcher Clarkson Research Service, global shipbuilding orders came to 4.66 million compensated gross tons (CGTs) in the January-May period, down 61.2 percent from a year ago.
 
Global shipbuilding orders are expected to decline by 23 percent to 21 million CGTs this year from a year earlier, the lowest level since 2016, when the comparable figure was 13.79 million CGTs.
 
“Oil prices and new orders were the lowest level since 2016, but investors have hoped for more orders of LNG carriers (in the second half),” Lee Dong-heon, an analyst at Daishin Securities Co., said in his report.

来源:simic