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Ship Operating Costs Annual Review and Forecast 2020/21

Annual Review and Forecast

November 2020

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Drewry Ship Operating Costs 2020-21

Ship Operating Costs Annual Review and Forecast 2020/21

One of Drewry’s flagship reports, Ship Operating Costs 2020/21 provides one of the most complete annual assessments of ship operating costs available in a single source. Operating cost assessments are provided for 47 representative ship types and sizes, spanning the container, dry bulk, oil, chemical, LNG, LPG, general cargo, reefer, ro-ro and car carrier sectors.

For each of the 47 vessel types and sizes covered the report shows:

  • Assessment of 2020 ship operating costs by main cost head (e.g. insurance) and sub-cost (e.g. hull and machinery insurance) for 10-year old vessels (or younger where appropriate)
  • Operating cost ranges, indicating the typical spread of daily opex across the fleet
  • Operating costs by vessel age (newbuild, 5, 10, 15 and 20 years) broken down by main cost head
  • Historical trend in annual ship operating costs for the period 2015 to 2020, broken down by main cost head
  • Annual projections of total ship operating costs to 2025

 

 

The report also includes detailed data and analysis of cost trends and forecasts for each of the main cost heads of: manning; insurance; stores & spares; lubricants; repairs & maintenance and dry docking; and management & administration.

 

It also provides in-depth explanation of operating cost variances by ship type and age of vessel.

 

A comprehensive, global study of this nature is a powerful tool, enabling you to benchmark specific ship operating costs with confidence and clarity. No other source of information provides such a depth and breadth of insight, allowing you to drill down into specific cost heads.

 

Drewry Maritime Research’s annual series of reports provide the type of data, in-depth analysis and objective comment you need to make well-informed business decisions. Independent in thought, they are valued and trusted by an elite client base of industry stakeholders and market players.


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  • All-encompassing, global study
  • Widely regarded as the definitive "opex" reference
  • Detailed 2020 cost assessments to sub-cost head level
  • Assessments of 2020 operating costs by vessel age
  • Data and analysis for the past five years and annual projections to 2025
  • Covering 47 different vessel types and sizes
  • All report tables, charts and graphs provided in MS Excel format
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