Τα πλεονεκτήματα και μειονεκτήματα στο διεθνή ανταγωνισμό της ελληνικής ναυπηγοεπισκευαστικής βιομηχανίας. Case study: Ελλάδα - Ρουμανία - Τουρκία
KeywordsΝαυπηγοεπισκευαστική βιομηχανία ; Διάλυση πλοίων ; Επισκευή πλοίων ; Ναυπηγεία ; Τουρκία ; Ρουμανία ; Ελλάδα ; Shipbuilding industry ; Ship repair ; Ship dismantling ; Shipyards ; Turkey ; Romania ; Greece
In the present paper, attempt to exanimate about the International Shipbuilding Industry, focusing on Greece predominate or lags behind the ship repair activity in Turkey and Romania (Case study). Firstly, the analysis ranges both history worldwide and in Greece, as it is important to be known the development and progress, until today. Subsequently, reference is made to international shipbuilding and thus recording all yards worldwide. The shipbuilding industry includes several sectors, which are of major importance in one for both the industry itself and for the economy of a country, as is the area of repair and ship scrapping. Moreover, the human factor and the workforce is among the most important factors, because without it, there couldn’t be no economy and therefore no shipbuilding. However, this may turn against health or employment, when that low costs and high profits are of primary importance. Furthermore, reference is made to the factors that directly affect the demand for new construction, whose turn to be a chain, where the fall in one sector can mean an increase in another. The expectations of ship owners and what it can finally happen make the shipping cycle unpredictable. Finally, a comparative study is recorded of the shipbuilding industry activity and three countries by focusing on Greece, which will clarify in which part outweigh the other, despite the relatively new involvement (timely) with the subject, always in relation to Greece.