How is the Shiplifts Transfer Systems Market segregated?
The global shoplifts transfer systems market, by type, spans winched, hydraulic lift dock, and floating dock lifts. By end-use, it’s naval, commercial, and cruise shipbuilding & ship repair. By mode, it’s rail-based and flexible tire-based. BY ground condition, it’s sand, granite, marine clay, and mangrove swamp. Persistence Market Research has analyzed these findings with probable calls to action in its latest market study entitled “Shiplifts Transfer Systems Market”.
The ongoing trend is that of introducing robotics to the shipbuilding industry. Robots help in carrying out various functions like welding, blasting, and heavy lifting. This trend has also been captured in the above-mentioned market study.
The Asia-Pacific is one of the major shipbuilding hubs across the globe. South Korea holds the largest market share. China comes in second, with Europe and MEA to follow. North America is also not behind. China is working on restructuring around 70 shipyards. Countries like India, under the “Make in India” campaign, are all set to build several novels shoplifts across their huge coastline. Maritime tourism is also on the rise in India. At the same time, heavy maintenance required may slow down the market over here. Persistence Market Research has, through its team of analysts and consultants, sketched these facts with insights in its latest market study entitled “Shiplifts Transfer Systems Market”.
Persistence Market Research has profiled the key players in the shoplifts transfer systems market as bards Corporation, Bosch Rexroth AG, Damen Shipyards Group, Gantrex, Larsen & Toubro Ltd., Maschinenfabrik Brohl GmbH, MTi Co., Ltd., Pearlson Shiplift Corporation, Ra In Ho Co. Ltd., Rolls-Royce Holdings Plc, Royal HaskoningDHV, TPK Systems Pte Ltd., TTS Group ASA, and likewise.
Persistence Market Research has also mentioned the trends and developments on this count. For instance – Rolls-Royce Holdings Plc, since the year 2018, is running its autonomous ship research and development center based out of Finland. The same company also holds the distinction of opening its very first ship intelligence experience space for apprising the customers regarding the way the latest digital solutions are capable of transforming the marine industry. TTS Group ASA is into collaboration with Karachi Shipyard and Engineering Works Ltd. (KSEW) since the year 2017 for 9-ton Syncrolift (ship lift) and transfer system in Pakistan.
The global shoplifts transfer systems market is bound to grow on a grand note in the next 10 years – Persistence Market Research