Dead-weight tonnage of ship fleet APAC 2019 by country

In 2019, Japan's fleet ownership amounted to approximately 225.12 million dead-weight tons. Comparatively, Malaysia's fleet ownership amounted to approximately 8.73 million dead-weight tons. Japan owned a total of 3,822 vessels, placing it among the top two ship-owners in the world.

Dead-weight tonnage of ship fleet in the Asia Pacific region in 2019, by country

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Release date

October 2019

Region

APAC

Survey time period

2019

Supplementary notes

Deadweight tonnage measures the total contents of a ship including cargo, fuel, crew, passengers, food, and water aside from boiler water.

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