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Shipbuilding & Offshore Plants

With Korea’s three major shipbuilders - Hyundai Heavy Industry, Samsung Heavy Industry and
Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering, Korea is the global leader for shipbuilding orders.

Leading Korean shipbuilders in the global shipbuilding & offshore plant industry

  • Korea's order backlog
    2011
Korea 45.8 31.7%
China 19.2
Singapore 30.4
Others

2012
Korea 64.7 33.3%
China 18.2
Singapore 33.1
Others

2013
Korea 56.0 33.7%
China 16.7
Singapore 46.8
Others

2014.09
Korea 61.9 30.4%
China 15.2
Singapore 48.0
Others
  • Global TOP3
    NO.1 Hyundai Heavy Industry
NO.2 Samsung Heavy Industry
no.3 Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering

* Source : Clarkson Offshore Yard Monitor (2014)

Why invest in Korea’s shipbuilding & offshore plant industry?

Korea is the central hub of the global shipbuilding & offshore plant industry value chain.

Migration Path of Completed Offshore Projects
Korea : Northwestern Europe(North Sea)
Korea : West Africa
Korea : Middle East(Saudi Arabia, etc.)
Korea : East Africa
Korea : India 
Korea : Malaysia Indonesia
Korea : Australia
Korea : Brazil
Korea : Venezuela
Korea : Gulf of Mexico
Korea : Arctic

Migration Path of Engineering Activity
Korea : AMEC(UK) ,SBM(Netherlands), Technip(France),Saipem(Italy)
Korea : Worley Parsons(Australia)
Korea : KBR, MUSTANG (US)

Migration Path of Equipment
Korea : Aker Solutions(Norway), SIEMENS(Germany), SBM(Netherlands)
Korea : GE, Cameron, NOV, FMC (US)

* Source : Invest Korea, <Korea: The Future of Offshore Global Plants>, (2015)