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The project logistics market in India is pegged at INR 200 bn in 2010 and is growing at a CAGR of 20%. Rapid core infrastructure development along with investment planned by the Government of India and private players will drive the project logistics market. http://www.bharatbook.com/market-research-reports/business-forecast-outlook-market-research-report/project-logistics-market-in-india-2011.html The report begins with an introduction to the project logistics… » read more

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The report features 2011 current and 2012 forecast estimates on the size of the industry (sales, establishments, employment) nationally and for all 50 U.S. States and over 900 metro areas. New to the report this year are: financial ratios, number of firms and payroll estimates. The report also includes industry definition, 5-year historical trends on… » read more

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The report features 2011 current and 2012 forecast estimates on the size of the industry (sales, establishments, employment) nationally and for all 50 U.S. States and over 900 metro areas. New to the report this year are: financial ratios, number of firms and payroll estimates. The report also includes industry definition, 5-year historical trends on… » read more

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Bharatbook.com announces the inclusion of a new report “Shipping and Port Industry India 2011” to their huge collection of market research reports. which Increasing global trading and heavy competition is resulting in the emergence of better and superior quality services amongst the players; thereby boosting the industry’s growth at a tremendous rate. The industry accounts… » read more

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Bharatbook added a new report on “Global Shipbuilding Industry” which discusses the major market trends and challenges faced by the Shipbuilding Industry. Global Shipbuilding Industry The year 2009 proved to be tough for shipbuilding industry as there was a decline in new shipbuilding orders affected by economic downturn; although industry is expected to overcome shortly.… » read more

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Lloyds Maritime Atlas

Bharatbook added a new report on “Lloyds Maritime Atlas” which gives comprehensive way to locate the world’s ports and shipping places. Lloyds Maritime Atlas Lloyd’s Maritime Atlas – 25th Edition The Lloyd’s Maritime Atlas of world ports and shipping places contains precise latitude & longitude co-ordinates of over 8000 ports and shipping places throughout the… » read more

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The container port and terminal business is changing rapidly. Against a background of globalisation-driven rapid demand growth, the sector has been attracting massive new inward investment – both from operating companies and external investors. This means that the pressures on terminal operations and development strategies are changing very rapidly. In addition, the general political environment… » read more

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Containerport demand growth in the Middle East and South Asia has accelerated in recent years. Strong oil prices have boosted trade in the Middle East, whilst a measure of deregulation and investment has generated strong economic growth and rapid expansion in containerport demand in South Asia. Whilst demand is very strong in India, despite ongoing… » read more

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The international offshore support vessel sector has enjoyed large-scale growth in recent years. In addition, day rates have risen to some of their highest ever levels. Future prospects for the offshore support vessel sector look to be positive in the near-term, although current newbuilding orders may place a downward pressure on day rates in the… » read more

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The international offshore rig sector has experienced several years of sustained growth on the strength of high global demand and restricted supply of suitable and available rigs. Day rates have risen to some of the highest ever levels. Future prospects for the offshore rig sector look to be positive in the near-term, although current newbuilding… » read more

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