Global Rubber Marine Fender Market – Introduction
Marine fender is a major component used on docks, wharfs, and shipyards for the protection of ships or marine vessels and docks from damage caused during mooring, berthing or docking. A ship or vessel’s outer structure, hull, or structure plates can suffer extensive damage during berthing or docking without the protection provided by a marine fender. Several types of marine fenders, such as rubber fenders, pneumatic fenders, and foam fenders, are used for ship-to-ship transfer and docking. Rubber fenders can be cone-shaped or rectangular and made of solid rubber or vulcanized rubber in order to sustain high pressure and load exerted by ships and marine vessels. Natural Rubber (Natural, Isoprene), SBR (Styrene Butadiene), Neoprene (Chloroprene), and EPDM (Ethylene-Propylene Diene Modified) are extensively utilized to manufacture rubber fenders. These materials offer high resistance to pressure and possess a long lifespan.
Global Rubber Marine Fender Market – Competition Landscape
THE YOKOHAMA RUBBER CO. LTD.
THE YOKOHAMA RUBBER CO. LTD. was established in 1917, and it is based in Tokyo, Japan. The company supplies marine fenders and other marine equipment to the marine industry across the globe. It also manufactures and supplies rubber products such as hoses and tires. The company offers various products such as polyurethane covered hose, specially reinforced & variably reinforced submarine hose, reeling hose, ship-to-ship hose.
Trelleborg AB was established in 1905, and currently its headquarters are located in Trelleborg, Sweden. Trelleborg AB is a business conglomerate with operations in several industries such automotive, aerospace, agriculture, marine and infrastructure. It manufacture and supplies rubber products, marine equipment and other construction materials. The company is a leading supplier of marine equipment and related components to the marine industry across the globe. The Group provides marine equipment and related components under the Trelleborg marine and infrastructure division. The company has over 24,045 employees and operations in more than 51 countries worldwide.
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IRM Offshore and Marine Engineers Pvt. Ltd.
IRM Offshore and Marine Engineers Pvt. Ltd. was established in 1964 and it is based in Ahmedabad, India. It is a leading supplier of marine fenders in the country. The company specializes in the manufacture of marine fenders, cylindrical fenders, arch fenders – DA series, flat top arch fenders, arch fenders, W fenders, I fenders, IV fenders, IV element fenders, IVM fenders, cell fenders, cone fenders, hyper cell fenders, roller fenders, strip fenders, corner arch fenders, ladder fenders ( series-DLF), DDA fenders (series A), flat board fenders, boat fenders, d fenders, square fenders, wing fender, key hole fenders, tug boat fenders, dock & harbor accessories, pneumatic fenders, hydro pneumatic fenders, and foam filled fenders.
MAX GROUPS MARINE CORPORATION
MAX GROUPS MARINE CORPORATION was founded in 1957 and currently its headquarters are located in Penang, Malaysia. The company engages in the supply of fenders and other marine equipment to the marine industry across the globe. Its products include rubber fender, pneumatic fenders, foam filled fenders, rubber dredge hoses, winches, bollards, steel wire, ropes, fiber ropes, rubber tires, shipbuilding and other marine equipment, diesel generators, cranes, and solar lighting.
Global Rubber Marine Fenders Market – Dynamics
Increasing marine transportation and size of the ports globally
Demand for marine transportation and marine equipment is rising considerably, owing to an expansion of trade between countries across the globe. Vessels or ships used for marine transportation are significantly large and bulky and hence, berthing them on ports without safety equipment can cause severe damage. Rise in trade is driving the utilization of giant ships for transportation, thereby fueling the demand for highly compatible and safe docking yards or ports. Moreover, ports across the globe have been witnessing expansion in terms of size and volume of goods owing to rise in trade between countries across the globe. This is another factor that is projected to boost the rubber marine fenders market during the forecast period.
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Global Rubber Marine Fender Market – Segmentation
The global rubber marine fender market can be segmented based on:
Global Rubber Marine Fender Market – By Material
Based on material, the global rubber marine fender market can be split into:
- Natural Rubber (Natural, Isoprene)
- SBR (Styrene Butadiene)
- Neoprene (Chloroprene)
- EPDM (Ethylene-Propylene Diene Modified)
Global Rubber Marine Fender Market – By Type
Based on type, the global rubber marine fender market can be classified into:
- Supercell Fenders
- D-shaped Fenders
- Cone-shaped Fenders
- W-shaped Fenders
- Square-shaped Fenders
- Arch Fenders
- Cylindrical Fenders
Global Rubber Marine Fender Market – By Application
Based on vehicle type, the global rubber marine fender market can be segregated into:
The report on the global rubber marine fender market is a compilation of firsthand information, qualitative and quantitative assessment by industry analysts, inputs from industry experts and industry participants across the value chain. The global rubber marine fender market report provides in-depth analysis of parent market trends, macroeconomic indicators and governing factors along with market attractiveness as per segments. The global rubber marine fender market report also maps the qualitative impact of various market factors on rubber marine fender market segments and geographies.
Regional analysis for the global rubber marine fender market includes:
- North America
- Latin America
- Asia Pacific
- Middle East & Africa (MEA)
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