Marine Propulsion Engine Market Size, Revenue, Trends, Competitive Landscape Study & Analysis, Forecast To 2030

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The Global Marine Propulsion Engine Market is projected to be worth USD 17.23 billion, registering a CAGR of 4.82% during the forecast period (2022 - 2030).

Marine Propulsion Engine Market Analysis:

The Global Marine Propulsion Engine Market is projected to be worth USD 17.23 billion, registering a CAGR of 4.82% during the forecast period (2022 - 2030).

COVID 19 Impacts 

The COVID 19 pandemic severely hit the marine engines industry. With several maritime trades and industrial operations coming to a standstill, the market demand was affected. The market is rapidly returning to normalcy as various business industrial activities and marine trades are gradually picking up. 

Considering growing opportunities, engine manufacturers are forming strategic partnerships with major financing partners involved in the refinancing and the shareholders. Major industry players are also investing substantially in developing innovative products and improving efficiencies of their existing product line. All these factors are boosting the Marine Propulsion Engine Market value. 

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  4.82% CAGR (2022-2030)

  Base Year


  Forecast Period

  2022 to 2030

  Historical Data

  2019  2020

  Forecast Units

  Value (USD Million)

  Report Coverage

  Revenue Forecast, Competitive Landscape, Growth Factors, and Trends

  Segments Covered

  Power, Application, Fuel

  Geographies Covered

  North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, and Rest of the World (RoW)

Market Scope

The global Marine Propulsion Engine Market is driven by growth in marine transport, adoption of smart engines, and rapid shipbuilding. According to International Chamber of Shipping, 90% of the global trade is conducted on sea routes providing a boost to market growth. Export of goods from container ships in APAC can drive the demand for marine engines. The demand for luxury vessels such as yachts due to increased maritime tourism and expendable income levels of clients can spur the demand for marine engines. Huge production of gas carriers and bulk carriers can be opportune for the global Marine Propulsion Engine Market.

Strict regulations pertaining to emissions by countries can hamper market growth. Guidelines by the International Maritime Organization for vessels and trading ships operating within 200 nautical miles can drive the change in designs of marine engines in the coming years. Rising investments in dual fuel engines can present a global opportunity for the market.


The market is segmented into power, fuels, applications, and regions. The power segment is sub-segmented into Up to 1000 HP, 1001 HP to 5000 HP, 5001 HP to 10000 HP, 10001 HP to 20000 HP, and Above 20,000 HP. Among these, the 1001 HP to 5000 HP segment accounts for the largest market share due to the rise in manufacturing of small and medium-sized vessels. 

The fuel segment is sub-segmented into heavy fuel, intermediate fuel, marine diesel, marine gas, and other fuels. Among these, the heavy fuel segment accounts for the largest market share due to the vast availability of these fuels. 

The application segment is sub-segmented into commercial vessels, offshore support vessels, and other vessels. Of these, the commercial vessel segment accounts for the largest market share due to the rise in commercial sea-borne activities and the commercial shipbuilding industry. The region segment is sub-segmented into Europe, Asia Pacific, Americas, and rest-of-the-world.

Regional Analysis

The Asia Pacific region dominates the global Marine Propulsion Engine Market. Growing shipbuilding and maritime activities, especially in Japan, South Korea, China, Indonesia, Malaysia, and Singapore, drive the Marine Propulsion Engine Market growth. These countries offer lucrative opportunities to marine engine manufactures to explore and expand their operations across the region.

Moreover, increasing investments in developing technologically advanced engines and cargo cruise ships boost the region's Marine Propulsion Engine Market shares. Besides, the strong presence of major industry players and massive availability due to the rising oil gas activities increase the region's Marine Propulsion Engine Market size.

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Moreover, rapid excessive growth in marine trades worldwide is a major driving force behind the rising Marine Propulsion Engine Market value globally. Product standardization and enhanced research innovation are significant market trends ensuing market growth. Substantial RD investments made by industry players in developing efficient engines influence the market shares. 

Rapid economic growth and excessive demand for various commercial vessels have spurred the growth of the Marine Propulsion Engine Market. Additionally, emerging markets worldwide, with their favorable government policies for engines manufacturing, present untapped opportunities for market players. 

Competitive Analysis

The Marine Propulsion Engine Market is witnessing several strategic approaches, such as mergers acquisitions, collaboration, expansions, and product launches. Key market players are making strategic investments in research and development activities and fostering their expansion plans. 

For instance, recently, on Aug. 18, 2021, GE Marine, a leading naval engines manufacturer, announced signing a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with TUSAS Engine Industries (TEI-Turkey) to work on potentially localizing work for the two engine types, covering GE Marine's LM2500 and LM500 gas turbine engines. 

Under the collaboration, the two companies would improve manufacturing, assembly, testing, inspection, maintenance, repair, and overhaul of those engines used in Turkey and on exported vessels.

Key players involved in the market are Caterpillar Inc. (US), GE Transportation (US), Cummins Inc. (US), Man Diesel Turbo Se (Germany), Rolls-Royce Power Systems AG (Germany), Wärtsilä Corp (Finland), Brunswick Corporation (US), Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd. (Japan), AB Volvo (Sweden), Scania AB (Sweden), Yanmar Co., Ltd. (Japan), John Deere (US), Dresser-Rand Group, Inc. (US), Daihatsu Diesel MFG. Co. Ltd. (Japan), and Deutz AG (Germany), among others.