An all-inclusive study of Astilleros y Maestranzas de la Armada (ASMAR) to serve varying informational needs.
ASMAR (Astilleros y Maestranzas de la Armada de Chile) is a Chilean state-owned shipbuilding company. Its main activities are to carry out the maintenance and repair of Chilean Navy’s vessels. The company works with foreign Navies and shipowners. Restructured in 1960, its roots go back to 1895 (Arsenales de Marina).
It maintains collaboration contracts with other shipyards and private manufacturers, both Chilean and foreign.
Although still primarily a shipbuilder, ASMAR has established an electronics manufacturing subsidiary, SISDEF, located at Vina del Mar.
The Head office is located in Valparaiso in Chile.
What makes this profile different:
- Chronological amplitude of the study is wider than the “photographic” studies delivered elsewhere.
- Trend monitoring and long-term prospective.
- Study completeness (history, commercial policy, strategy, technological orientations, competitive environment) allowing broader dissemination to readers with different sensitivities towards the company’s activity.
- Large volumes of raw data processed and packaged into a user-friendly informational report.
- All-inclusive tools utilising figures, tables, and analysis presenting a strategic panorama of the company.
- Didactic presentation through illustrations and graphs.
- Contextualization and argumentation, highlighting the impact of the company’s environment on its strategy and results.
Table of contents
- Company Overview
- Structure And Personnel
- Share Ownership Structure
- Key Employees
- Human Resources
- Major Products And Services
- Military Shipbuilding Market
- Civilian Shipbuilding Market
- Services Market and Additional Fields
- Other Locations And Subsidiaries
- Financial Results
- Financial Statement Snapshot
- Profitability And Efficiency Ratios
- Valuation Highlights
- Solvency Ratios
- Swot Analysis
- ASMAR’S Main Contracts In The Shipbuilding Industry
- ASMAR’S Main MRO Contracts
- Top Competitors
- Strategic Outlook
- New Products And Services
- Plant Expansion / Organisation Update
- Acquisitions / Divestments
- Teaming / Joint-Ventures
- Development Axes
List Of Tables
Table 1: ASMAR Board Committee
Table 2: ASMAR’s Board of Directors
Table 3: Number of Employees – Breakdown by Categories (ASMAR)
Table 4: Major Products in Military Shipbuilding (Part 1)
Table 5: Major Products in Military Shipbuilding (Part 2)
Table 6: Major Products in Civil Shipbuilding
Table 7: Services Market and Additional Fields
Table 8: ASMAR Facilities
Table 9: ASMAR Shipyards
Table 10: ASMAR’s Subsidiaries
Table 11: Turnover by activity (in US$ Thousand) by year and by business
Table 12: Revenue by activity (in US$ Thousand)
Table 13: Number of Commercial Ships Repaired by Site
Table 14: Number of Fishing Boats Repaired by Site
Table 15: Main Contracts of ASMAR by country 1996-2018 (Part 1)
Table 16: Main Contracts of ASMAR by country 1996-2018 (Part 2)
Table 17: Main MRO Contracts of ASMAR by country 2006-2018 (Part 1)
Table 18: Main MRO Contracts of ASMAR by country 2006-2018 (Part 2)
Table 19: Main MRO Contracts of ASMAR by country 2006-2018 (Part 3)
Table 20: Main Competitors of ASMAR in the Naval Industry
Table 21: Peer Analysis in the Shipyard Industry for 2017
Table 22: Characteristics of the Planned Dry Dock at ASMAR’s Talcahuano Facilities
Table 23: ASMAR’s Main Teaming Agreements (Part 1)
Table 24: ASMAR’s Other Main Teaming Agreements (Part 2)
Table 25: Presentation of ASMAR’s subsidiaries
Table 26: ASMAR’s Latest R&D Projects (Part 1)
Table 27: ASMAR’s Latest R&D Projects (Part 2)
Table 28: ASMAR’s Main R&D Partners
Table 29: Income Statement (in $ Thousand)
Table 30: Statement of Financial Position (in $ Thousand)
Table 31: Cash Flow Statement (in $ Thousand)
List Of Figures
Figure 1: Worldwide Sales and Exports of ASMAR’s Vessels
Figure 2: ASMAR Shareholders
Figure 3: ASMAR’s Subsidiaries and Associated Companies
Figure 4: ASMAR’s Direction Committee
Figure 5: Average Number of Employees (ASMAR) until July 2018
Figure 6: Employees – Breakdown by Categories (ASMAR)
Figure 7: ASMAR’s Facilities in Chile
Figure 8: Net Sales and Other Revenue (in US$ million)
Figure 9: ASMAR Revenue by Activity 2017 (in %)
Figure 10: ASMAR Revenue by Activity 2017 (in %)
Figure 11: Number of Commercial Ships Repaired per Year
Figure 12: Distribution of Commercial Ships Repaired by Site in 2017
Figure 13: Number of Fishing Boats Repaired per Year
Figure 14: Profitability and Efficiency Ratios
Figure 15: Valuation Highlights
Figure 16: Solvency Ratios
Figure 17: Peer Analysis in the Shipyard Industry for 2017
Figure 18: ASMAR’s Business Areas in Naval Shipbuilding (Defence)