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INDONESIA FREIGHT AND LOGISTICS MARKET – GROWTH, TRENDS, AND FORECAST (2019 – 2024)

Transportation & Logistics Published by: Mordor Intelligence Market: Indonesia
300 pages Published: 22-07-2019
  • Transportation & Logistics
  • Mordor Intelligence
  • Indonesia
  • 300 pages
  • Published: 22-07-2019

Market Overview

 

The Indonesian freight and logistics market is currently trading at an inflection point. Being the world’s fourth-largest populated country with an excellent potential for growth, Indonesia is a key market in the global scenario. Given the scope of household consumption in a densely populated country and its strategic location on geographical terms, Indonesia, an archipelago of around 17,500 islands, is currently a center of attraction for global investment. However, logistics is a key pain point for doing business in Indonesia. Logistics cost varies between 25%-30% of the GDP in Indonesia, as compared to developed economies, where it is below 5% of the GDP. Even neighboring countries, like Malaysia, incur half the cost as a percentage of GDP for logistics expenditure. Given that Indonesia has the world’s 16th largest economy and is the fourth most populous country in the world, there is a display of momentum in the economy, with steady prospects for higher growth, in the more ideal economic scenarios.

 

Scope of the Report

 

A complete background analysis of the Indonesian freight and logistics market, which includes an assessment of the economy and contribution of sectors in the economy, market overview, market size estimation for key segments, emerging trends in the market segments, market dynamics, and logistics spending by the end-user industries, is covered in the report

 

Key Market Trends

 

Rail Freight Transport – To Witness High Growth

 

Currently, rail transport infrastructure is present only on the islands of Sumatra and Java. Rail transport by goods volume only makes around 1% of the total volume of goods transported in and out of Indonesia. However, this volume is larger than the volume handled via air freight within the country. One of the reasons attributed to this is that rail transport is mostly used for wholesale high volume bulk commodities, such as coal, while air transport is used for less space occupying high value goods. There is an immediate need for the deployment of mass urban rail networks to shift the transport of goods and passengers away from overburdened roads. This shift will require double tracks on major trunk rail lines, the revival of dormant tracks (some 2,500 km unused, mainly on Java), and the extension of other rail lines, in addition to new station developments with improved accessibility and multimodal integration.

 

Indonesia’s railways are operated under the state owned enterprise (SOE) PT Kereta Api Indonesia (PT KAI), which held the monopoly over the sector until 2007. Law No. 23/2007 signaled a shift in attitude toward the nation’s railways to include them in national development by equipping the sector with more competitive strategies in terms of service and pricing. The railroad network in Java and Sumatra has a strategic role in serving the coal transportation distribution. The railway line that directly connects the mining plant location to port access and the availability of adequate locomotives and carriages make it an attractive choice for mining companies and expeditions to establish coal transportation cooperation with trains. In terms of time, the transportation of coal by train is far more certain in time, fast to the destination, free of traffic, safe and efficient in costs, and environment-friendly as a mass transportation. The country is planning to reduce the logistics costs by improving railway infrastructure with the development of new tracks in Java, Sumatra, (BRT) in 29 cities, Sulawesi, and Kalimantan – which comprises 2159 km of inter-urban railways and 1099 km of urban railways.

 

The Manufacturing Sector – an Opportunity

 

Indonesia, whose economy accounts for two-third of the ASEAN economy, is growing at a rate of around 5%. The development of its stagnant manufacturing sector may ignite a structurally high economic growth for a sustained period of time. A flourishing manufacturing industry exporting the domestically manufactured products will accelerate economic growth and generate plenty of employment opportunities. According to industry sources, the key strategies to boost the development of Indonesia’s manufacturing industry include diversifying the range of products that are manufactured in the country and increasing the focus on further development of the existing manufacturing industries in Indonesia (such as the electronics, chemicals, automotive, and food industries). However, the sector would have to deal with certain challenges, such as a shortage of qualified workers and improvement in the investment climate needed to attract investment.

 

The rise in commodity prices, government-led infrastructure projects, and growth in consumer confidence can boost the manufacturing sector. The country also encourages investment in the manufacturing sector by allowing a wider range of imports/exports, by reducing dwelling times, as well as by revising and improving tax allowances and tax holidays that are offered to investors (who meet specific criteria). According to the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD), Indonesia is one of the most lucrative nations for investment. In the UNCTAD’s June 2017 survey, Indonesia was ranked 4th in terms of the most prospective investment destinations (after the United States, China, and India). The country has also drawn up a road map for upgrading five manufacturing sectors, to make it one of the world’s 10 biggest economies. The plan, titled “Making Indonesia 4.0”, released by the ministry of industry in April 2018 includes development plans for the food and beverage, textile and garment, automotive, chemical, and electronics industries.

 

Competitive Landscape

 

The Indonesian freight and logistics industry does not have a high-level of industry concentration, especially with regard to the international players. International players are responsible on the whole for approximately 30% of the market size. The remaining 70% is made up of local players. Within the 70%, the concentration is medium, and even the 10 largest players do not make up for more than 30% of the local market. This can be attributed to the fact that the large players are more focused on freight transport and logistics infrastructure, and hence, are more than just logistics infrastructure providers.

 

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1 INTRODUCTION

1.1 Executive Summary

1.2 Research Methodology

1.2.1 Study Deliverables

1.2.2 Study Assumptions

1.2.3 Analysis Methodology

1.2.4 Research Phases

2 MARKET INSIGHTS

2.1 Indonesian Economic Activity and the Freight and Logistics Market

2.2 Porter’s Five Forces Analysis

2.2.1 Bargaining Power of Suppliers

2.2.2 Bargaining Power of Buyers

2.2.3 Threat of New Entrants

2.2.4 Threat of Substitute Products

2.2.5 Degree of Competition

2.3 PESTLE Analysis

2.4 Industry Value Chain and Cost Structure Analysis

2.5 Indonesia Domestic Rules and Regulations Relevant to the Logistics and Transport Sectoral Services

2.6 Insights on E-commerce Fulfilment

3 MARKET DYNAMICS – (DRIVERS, RESTRAINTS, AND OPPORTUNITIES)

3.1 Drivers

3.1.1 World’s Fourth-most Populated Country, with Increasing Consumer Confidence

3.1.2 Government Support Toward Upgradation of the Transport and Logistics Infrastructure

3.1.3 Trade-friendly Policies Toward Foreign Investment in the Country’s Logistics Sector

3.1.4 Strategic Location in the ASEAN and World, to Act as a Global Trade Hub and Compete with Other Regional Trade Hubs

3.1.5 Strong Trends and Expected Growth in the E-commerce Segment

3.1.6 Technological Developments (Internet of Things, Mobile, Big Data, GIS, ERP, WMS, TMS, Routing, Analytics, and Artificial Intelligence)

3.2 Restraints

3.2.1 Historically Poor Logistics Infrastructure and High Logistics Costs

3.2.2 Regulatory Hurdles

3.3 Opportunities

3.3.1 E-commerce Logistics In Indonesia

3.3.2 The AEC (ASEAN Economic Community) Initiative

4 MARKET SEGMENTATION

4.1 BY FUNCTION

4.1.1 Freight Transport

4.1.1.1 Road Freight

4.1.1.2 Rail Freight

4.1.1.3 Ocean Freight

4.1.1.4 Air Freight

4.1.2 Warehousing

4.1.3 Freight Forwarding and Freight Management Services

4.1.4 Courier, Express, and Parcel

4.1.5 Value-added Services (3PL, Integrated Logistics, Value-added Warehousing and Distribution, and ICT-based Solutions)

4.1.6 Cold Chain Logistics, Last Mile Logistics, Return Logistics, and Other Emerging Areas

4.2 BY END USER

4.2.1 Construction

4.2.2 Oil and Gas, Mining, and Quarrying

4.2.3 Agriculture, Fishing, and Forestry

4.2.4 Manufacturing (Including Automotive)

4.2.5 Distributive Trade

4.2.6 Telecommunications and Information Technology

4.2.7 Other End Users (Pharmaceutical and Medical, Food and Beverage Industry, and Others)

5 COMPANY PROFILES

5.1 PT. Samudera

5.2 PT. Siba Surya

5.3 PT. Kamadjaja Logistics

5.4 PT. POS Indonesia

5.5 PT Tiki Jalur Nugraha Ekakurir (JNE)

5.6 PT Bhanda Ghara Reksa

5.7 PT. Puninar Jaya

5.8 PT Indika Logisitc & Support Services

5.9 PT. Cardig Logistics Indonesia

5.10 CKB Logistics

5.11 Pancaran Group

5.12 PT. Dunia Express Transindo

5.13 PT. Bina Sinar Amity (BSA Logistics)

5.14 Linc Group – PT. Cipta Mapan Logistic*

5.15 Ceva Holdings LLC

5.16 Yusen Logistics Co. Ltd

5.17 Kerry Logistics Network Limited

5.18 Sinotrans Ltd

5.19 DB Schenker

5.20 Kuehne + Nagel

5.21 Pt. Agility International

5.22 Panalpina World Transport Ltd

5.23 Nippon Express Co. Ltd

5.24 Expeditors International Of Washington Inc.

5.25 Deutsche Post DHL Group

5.26 DSV Solutions Company Limited

6 COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE

6.1 Industry Concentration

6.2 Industry Predictability and Malleability

6.3 Other Relevant Local Players

7 INSIGHTS ON PROSPECTIVE CLIENTS FOR LOGISTICS SERVICE PROVIDERS (LSPs)

8 APPENDIX

MARKET SEGMENTATION

 

BY FUNCTION

Freight Transport

Road Freight

Rail Freight

Ocean Freight

Air Freight

Warehousing

Freight Forwarding and Freight Management Services

Courier, Express, and Parcel

Value-added Services (3PL, Integrated Logistics, Value-added Warehousing and Distribution, and ICT-based Solutions)

Cold Chain Logistics, Last Mile Logistics, Return Logistics, and Other Emerging Areas

 

BY END USER

Construction

Oil and Gas, Mining, and Quarrying

Agriculture, Fishing, and Forestry

Manufacturing (Including Automotive)

Distributive Trade

Telecommunications and Information Technology

Other End Users (Pharmaceutical and Medical, Food and Beverage Industry, and Others)

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China-Europe Rail Freight Transport Market – Growth, Trends, and Forecast (2019 – 2024)

Transportation & Logistics Published by: Mordor Intelligence Market: Global
264 pages Published: 10-07-2019
  • Transportation & Logistics
  • Mordor Intelligence
  • Global
  • 264 pages
  • Published: 10-07-2019

Market Overview

 

The development of a rail network between the China and Europe is part of the long-term strategy of the government of China, to achieve global connectivity through its One-Belt-One-Road (OBOR) initiative. The strategy aims to restore and develop the ancient Silk Road between China and Europe, by encouraging investment in Eurasian transport and logistics, including rail networks, to boost Chinese trade and investment and economic integration.

 

Owing to the rising capital costs and wages in coastal areas, many manufacturing and production companies are relocating their plants to inland cities in China, which are far away from the Chinese commercial costal lines. The companies like HP find difficult to export products to Europe since the commodities needs to travel thousands of kilometers east to the sea ports and ship them back to the west of Europe. The development of railroads has offered the companies in reducing transit times and shipping of the goods from the production site directly to the Countries in the Europe.

 

The cooperation between Chinese regions, Russia, and other European countries is expected to lead to evolution and growth of manufacturing activities across the network. This situation is anticipated to create further opportunities for the rail operators and rail freight forwarding service providers, to look after the supply chains of the manufacturing companies involved in the region.

 

The European exports to China by rail mainly consist of metals and metal products, chemicals, while that of minerals consist of machinery and equipment, minerals and chemical raw materials.

 

The Chinese government also provides subsidies, which range from USD 1,000 to USD 5,000 for each FEU. China’s provincial governments collectively spent over USD 300 million subsidizing China-Europe block trains during 2011 to 2016. As of Oct 2018, China is expected to begin enforcing a rule early in 2019 that will allow only full trains leaving for Europe to be subsidized. Till now, trains with empty containers still departed the Asian country.  It is not expected to have much impact on the rapidly expanding network.

 

Scope of the Report

 

A complete background analysis of China-Europe Rail Freight Transport Market, market overview, market analysis and emerging trends by segments, and market dynamics are covered in the report.

 

Key Market Trends

 

Increasing Eastbound Traffic

 

The number of trains travelling in the route has been witnessing rapid growth over the past few years. According to industrial sources, a total of more than 6,500 block trains (westbound and eastbound combined) traveled between the two continents, between 2011 and 2017 out of which 3,673 trains traveled in 2017.

 

The state governments of China compete fiercely to increase the number of trains on their routes, as they seek the economic benefits associated with the market and look forward to play a crucial part in implementing the belt and road policy of the central government. Additionally, local governments aimed for 5,000 trains to transit both ways, by the end of 2018. Transport operators anticipated this number between 4,000 and 4,500 trains. However, this number increased to 6,363 in 2018. As per the market estimates by major Chinese rail operators, the total rail potential is reckoned to be 636,000 TEU or 21 trains a day, by 2027. However, a throughput of 17 trains per day has already been reached in 2018.

 

Westbound traffic between China and Europe had traditionally accounted for the majority of the volumes transported on the New Silk Road. The return of empty containers to China has been a dilemma for operators, as it is a costly procedure, pressing the optimal use of Chinese funding tools. Creating a balance between east- and westbound traffic has been one of the main aims of operators active on the New Silk Road. Rail freight traffic from Europe to Chongqing in China exceeded the traffic in westbound direction for the first time, in 2018. The number of trains travelling from Europe to the south-western Chinese city reached 728, out of a total of 1,442 freight trains in both directions. According to certain sources, the traffic between the Chinese city and Europe witnessed a surge with the volumes having increased by 117%. The increase in eastbound traffic supports the return of locomotives, rolling stock as well as container equipment and thus, the cost of rail freight is decreasing by each percentage when eastbound traffic increases.

 

Kazakhstan – The Gateway for China-Europe Southern Railroad

 

Majority of the international railway freight transport happens across the Chinese land ports and the borders of Russian Federation, Kazakhstan, and Mongolia, where it links with Trans-Siberian or Trans-Asia and -Europe corridors. China has been focusing on southern railway lines to build a new silk road and plans to develop a robust rail network through the central Asia. But a major hindrance to the direct rail route between the two regions is the different track gauges in China and Russia. Hence, China and Kazakhstan has been investing heavily in the Khorgos Gateway, which is dry port at the border with china that used to lift containers to Kazakh trains from Chinese ones to overcome the change in track width problem. Kazakhstan has spent nearly USD 3.2 billion in upgrading its rail lines and rolling stock since 2011 to accommodate the growing demand for rail freight. This has resulted in 500,000 tons of rail freight movement in 2016 between the two regions.

 

Railway traffic between Kazakhstan and China saw a major rise in 2018, especially the eastbound traffic increased significantly by more than 50%. According to the national railway company Kazakh Temir Zholly (KTZ), the rail freight volumes between Kazakhstan and China amounted to 13,979 metric ton last year, which indicated an increase by 38% compared to 2017. A volume of 8,500 metric ton of cargo was transported from Kazakhstan to China, which is 54% more than that of 2017.

 

Competitive Landscape

 

The rapid increase in the number of trains between China and Europe is leading to an increase in the competition within the industry. As a mode of transport, the rail freight transport is competitive with other modes, in terms of speed and cost. Moreover, the development of the infrastructure along the routes is decreasing the transport costs and times.

 

Chinese national rail carrier ‘China Railway’ is a major player in the operation of the rail transport between China and Europe. The forwarding services in the market is dominated by major global players such as DHL and DB Schenker. With the rapid growth of the market, the companies from Central Europe also have an opportunity to take a pie of the market. The competition between local governments of China is also increasing. In 2017, an organization committee was established for CR Express led by China Railway and composed of seven biggest local connection operators in order to limit competition between transport companies controlled by local governments.

 

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1 INTRODUCTION

1.1 Study Deliverables

1.2 Study Assumptions

1.3 Scope of the Study

2 RESEARCH METHODOLOGY

2.1 Analysis Methodology

2.2 Research Phases

3 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

4 MARKET DYNAMICS AND INSIGHTS

4.1 Current Market Scenario

4.2 Market Dynamics

4.2.1 Drivers

4.2.2 Restraints

4.2.3 Opportunities

4.3 Technological Trends

4.4 Insights on Dry ports

4.5 Government Regulations and Initiatives

5 MARKET SEGMENTATION

5.1 By Type of Cargo

5.2 By Tonnage Handled and Transported

5.3 Pair Analysis with China, by European Country

5.4 Revenue Statistics

6 COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE

6.1 Overview (Market Concentration, Major Players)

6.2 Company Profiles (including Mergers, Acquisitions, Joint Ventures, Collaborations, and Agreements)

6.2.1 Deutsche Bahn AG (DB Group)

6.2.2 United Parcel Service Inc.

6.2.3 Russian Railways (RZD)

6.2.4 China Railway (CR) Corporation

6.2.5 JSC United Transport and Logistics Company

6.2.6 Deutsche Post DHL Group

6.2.7 Kerry Logistics

6.2.8 Far East Land Bridge Ltd

6.2.9 KORAIL

6.2.10 InterRail Group

6.2.11 Nunner Logistics

6.2.12 Kazakhstan Temir Zholy (KTZ)

6.2.13 Beijing Changjiu Logistics

6.2.14 Hellmann Worldwide Logistics

6.2.15 HLT International Logistics

6.2.16 DSV

6.2.17 Wuhan Han’ou International Logistics Co*

7 MARKET OPPORTUNITIES AND FUTURE TRENDS

8 APPENDIX

8.1 Map of Railway Routes and Insights on Freight Trains between China and Europe

8.2 External Trade Statistics – Insights on Key Products Imported and Exported by Rail (China-Europe)

MARKET SEGMENTATION

 

By Type of Cargo

 

By Tonnage Handled and Transported

 

Pair Analysis with China, by European Country

 

Revenue Statistics

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ASEAN Warehousing and Distribution Logistics Market – Growth, Trends, and Forecast (2019 – 2024)

Transportation & Logistics Published by: Mordor Intelligence Market: ASEAN
175 pages Published: 17-06-2019
  • Transportation & Logistics
  • Mordor Intelligence
  • ASEAN
  • 175 pages
  • Published: 17-06-2019

Market Overview

 

The ASEAN warehousing and distribution logistics market is estimated to witness a strong growth in the forecast period, owing to the demand from expanding e-commerce sector. The factors driving the growth of the market are high demand from the last mile logistics and rapidly improving transportation infrastructure. Singapore is a major country in the ASEAN region, due to the large presence of international players and the initiatives taken by government, like Adapt and Grow, Go Digital, for SMEs and the logistics sector to improve.

 

Singapore is a fast-growing country in the ASEAN region, due to the geographical advantage and the strong freight and logistics market. Large players in the country have largely contributed to the warehousing infrastructure.

Local governments have been instrumental in supporting the infrastructural growth of the region. Logistics and trade facilitation master plan by the Malaysian government, smart cities planned by the ASEAN committee, and the push to become the global e-commerce hub are allowing the market to develop rapidly. 

 

Scope of the Report

 

The ASEAN warehousing and distribution logistics market covers different aspects, like warehousing technology, different segments of warehousing, like general, dangerous goods, and refrigerated warehousing, along with insights on free zones and industrial parks and effects of e-commerce.

 

Key Market Trends

 

Warehousing Opportunity in Indonesia

 

The majority of real estate is present in Jakarta, which is the capital and largest city of Indonesia, located among the heavily populated islands of Java. Furthermore, warehousing real estate can be located in Surabaya. A large share of warehousing infrastructure is still in the traditional ‘gudang’ style. These legacy warehousing centers are generally made of wooden or reinforced concrete, with clear heights of between 5-6 meters, no or few loading docks, and false floor loading data.

 

Land cost is a major factor holding back the development of the warehousing sector. Charges in Greater Jakarta, for instance, float around USD 6-7 per square meter, and are expected to enjoy modest, single-digit growth in the coming years. The concern being that the land prices have risen by 300% in recent years, making building on speculation a potentially risky business.

 

FMCG, pharmaceuticals and e-commerce are the major economic sectors among Indonesia’s top performing industries. Their expansion is expected to necessitate contracting and construction of new logistics hubs and warehouses.

 

Total e-commerce sales amounted to around USD 8 billion in 2017, with USD 5 billion of that from e-tailing in Indonesia. This has generated a long-term demand for distribution centers, logistics hubs, and 3PL services, to ensure timely, cost-effective delivery of goods ordered online.

 

In the FMCG sector, numerous huge facilities have been constructed on built-to-suit arrangements for top companies. Unilever, Dutch-British consumer goods giant, built its own 90,000 sq m distribution center in 2011, in anticipation of Indonesia’s retail market growth.

 

Pharmaceutical industry is another Indonesian sector expanding briskly. As of 2017, the sector was estimated to be worth USD 5 billion. The industry relies on temperature-sensitive transportation and storage. Cold chain is even less developed in Indonesia than warehousing, creating the opportunity for international firms to supply not only specialist chilled warehousing facilities, but general warehousing infrastructure as well.

 

Insights on Effect of E-commerce Growth

 

There are more than 330 million internet users in the ASEAN region, e-commerce in the region is estimated to become a major industry in the coming years. It is estimated that the ASEAN internet economy reached USD 72 billion in gross merchandise value, in 2018. Around 3.8 million new users are estimated to come online each month in the region, making ASEAN the fastest-growing internet market in the world between 2015 and 2020. Additionally, an expanding young population, increasing disposable incomes (all six major countries in the region are expected to break the estimated USD 3,000 GDP per capita barrier), and greater availability of online payment systems, are likely to allow the growth of the internet economy, which is estimated to grow to USD 240 billion by 2025.

 

The growth of e-commerce puts a pressure on the developing warehousing and logistics sector in the region. E-commerce asks for demand and quick delivery, along with a strong inventory. This is possible only through the development of the warehousing sector. A large number of players in the ASEAN region, like Yusen logistics, CEVA, and CWT Logistics, among others, have been continuously developing their warehousing infrastructure to cater to the intensifying pressure from the e-commerce sector.

 

Competitive Landscape

 

The warehousing and distribution market in ASEAN region is fragmented with a large number of players trying to grab a significant chunk of the developing market. Some of the countries in the ASEAN region, like Indonesia and Philippines, are moderately growing with the presence of large number of local players and some major players. However, Singapore, Vietnam, and Thailand are the highly competitive markets, with the presence of large number of international players.

 

CEVA, Yusen Logistics, Kerry Logistics, and DHL are among the major players present in the region. Increasing pressure from e-commerce and international trade has allowed the players to develop large number of warehouses in the region. Local players and distributes have been able to compete with international players, due to long-term domestic presence.

 

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1 INTRODUCTION

1.1 Study Deliverables

1.2 Study Assumptions

1.3 Scope of the Study

2 RESEARCH METHODOLOGY

2.1 Analysis Methodology

2.2 Research Phases

3 EXECUTIVE SUMMERY

4 MARKET INSIGHTS AND DYNAMICS

4.1 Market Overview

4.2 Government Regulations in ASEAN Countries

4.3 Technological Development in Warehousing

4.4 Insights on Warehousing Rents

4.5 Insights on General Warehousing

4.6 Insights on Dangerous Goods Warehousing

4.7 Insights on Refrigerated Warehousing

4.8 Insights on Effect of E-commerce Growth

4.9 Insights on Free Zones and Industrial Parks

4.10 Market Dynamics

4.10.1 High Demand from Last Mile Logistics

4.10.2 Developing Transportation Infrastructure

4.10.3 Rising Land Cost*

5 MARKET SEGMENTATION

5.1 BY COUNTRY

5.1.1 Singapore

5.1.2 Thailand

5.1.3 Malaysia

5.1.4 Vietnam

5.1.5 Indonesia

5.1.6 Philippines

5.1.7 Rest of ASEAN

6 COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE

6.1 MARKET COMPETITION OVERVIEW

6.2 Company Profiles

6.2.1 DHL Supply Chain

6.2.2 Ceva Logistics

6.2.3 CJ Century Logistics

6.2.4 DB Schenker

6.2.5 APL Logistics

6.2.6 Agility

6.2.7 Kuehne + Nagel

6.2.8 Yusen Logistics

6.2.9 Toll Logistics

6.2.10 Kerry Logistics

6.2.11 Linfox

6.2.12 Rhenus Logistics

6.2.13 CWT Ltd

6.2.14 Gemadept

6.2.15 Tiong Nam Logistics

6.2.16 C & P Holdings Pte Ltd

6.2.17 Ych Group

6.2.18 Singapore Post

6.2.19 Prologis

6.2.20 Global Logistic Properties

6.2.21 Ticon Industrial Connection PCL

6.2.22 PT Mega Manunggal Property Tbk (MMP)

6.2.23 WHA Corp.

6.2.24 Keppel Corp.

6.2.25 Cache Logistics Trust*

6.3 Insights on Large-scale Distributors (Ex: DKSH, PT PUTRA JAYA, PT. PARIT PADANG GLOBAL., Selatan Jaya Makmur., KC Vietnam Service Co., Ltd, Song Ma Retail Company Ltd )

7 DISCLAIMER

8 ABOUT US

MARKET SEGMENTATION

 

BY COUNTRY

Singapore

Thailand

Malaysia

Vietnam

Indonesia

Philippines

Rest of ASEAN

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VIETNAM FREIGHT AND LOGISTICS MARKET – GROWTH, TRENDS, AND FORECAST (2019 – 2024)

Transportation & Logistics Published by: Mordor Intelligence Market: Việt Nam
294 pages Published: 10-06-2019
  • Transportation & Logistics
  • Mordor Intelligence
  • Việt Nam
  • 294 pages
  • Published: 10-06-2019

Market Overview

 

Vietnam is at an inflection point, with a rapidly increasing GDP, young population, and the willingness to adopt new technologies. The logistics market in the country is in its transition stage and the demand for logistics is rising strongly. High economic growth, increasing domestic manufacturing, the rise in consumption, and booming e-commerce are some of the key drivers of the Vietnamese freight and logistics market.  Weak transport infrastructure and high logistics cost remain to be market restraints. Contract logistics is one of the key trends in the Vietnamese freight and logistics market. The booming e-commerce in the country presents an opportunity for start-ups with innovative technologies demanding more efficient logistics services, especially in the areas of last-mile delivery and value-added services. The logistics market in Vietnam is becoming more liberalized, creating opportunities for new companies to cash in on the rising demand.

 

Scope of the Report

 

A complete background analysis of the Vietnamese freight and logistics market, which includes an assessment of the economy and contribution of sectors in the economy, market overview, market size estimation for key segments, and emerging trends in the market segments, market dynamics, and logistics spending by the end-user industries, is covered in the report.

 

Key Market Trends

 

Growing Maritime Sector – The Country Aims to Become a Maritime Powerhouse

 

With a coastline of 3,260 kilometres and a number of rivers flowing the country, Vietnam holds a lot of potential for maritime freight transport. In 2018, the seaports of Vietnam handled 524.7 million metric ton of cargo, 19% more than that in 2017. The country has 1,593 ships, with total capacity of about 7.8 million DWT as of December 2018, ranking fourth in ASEAN and 30th globally.  Additionally, Vietnam has 272 wharfs with an accumulated annual capacity exceeding 550 million metric ton. There are around 1,300 businesses in the country providing maritime businesses; however, they fulfil only a portion of the market demand. The maritime sector of the country needs investments, and as it grows, the sector is likely to have a profound impact on the economy. 

 

The Vietnamese government plans to make Vietnam a powerful maritime country by 2030. It aims to increase the maritime sector contribution to GDP to 10%. Further, the government aims to increase the contribution of the 28 coastal cities and provinces to the Vietnamese economy to 65% – 70%, which was around 60% in 2017. The total cargo handled by Vietnamese seaports increased by 9.8% between 2011 and 2017. The country aims to increase the throughput to 640 to 680 million metric ton, per year, by 2020, and 1,040 to 1,160 metric ton, per year, by 2030. The government is also looking to reduce the dependence on road transport and cut the volume of goods transported on roads.

 

Shift of Manufacturing Facilities – Logistics Demand to Rise

 

Over the last 20 years, Vietnam has established itself as one of the brightest manufacturing hotspots in Southeast Asia. From 1986 to 2018, land allotted to industrial parks increased from 335 hectares to an impressive 80,000 hectares. Owing to low labor costs, Vietnam has received a lot of capital over the years, for establishing assembling facilities and manufacturing factories. Raw materials and mechanical spare parts for manufacturing and production purposes are one of the key imports of the country. Raw materials for manufacturing are imported into the country and the manufactured products are exported, which demand an effective logistics sector, supporting the manufacturing sector of the country.

 

The country is establishing itself as an export-driven economy. The government is encouraging business in the manufacturing sector and is attracting investments in this sector, by establishing economic zones and industrial parks. The manufacturing and processing sectors received the highest FDI in 2017, close to 44% of the total. In recent years, the number of businesses that relocated their operations from China to Vietnam has been increasing. The rising costs in China, the country moving away from labour-intensive industries, and moving up the value chain is leading the businesses to relocate their manufacturing facilities to Southeast Asia, and the proximity and geographic location of Vietnam makes it a viable option. Moreover, Vietnam has lot of trade agreements (around 17 FTAs), which create a favourable business environment for domestic and foreign companies.

 

Competitive Landscape

 

The logistics market landscape of Vietnam is highly fragmented in nature and most of the players are small- and medium-sized firms providing low-value-added logistics services. There are more than 3,000 logistics companies, and 90% of them have a registered capital of less than VND 10 billion. Only 5% of these have a capital in the range of VND 10-20 billion, while the remaining have more than VND 20 billion. The competition between the domestic logistic companies is fierce, and the Vietnamese freight and logistics market is dominated by foreign companies. Even though the foreign logistics firms account for less share of transportation volume, these take 70%-80% of the revenue of the logistics market. This highly fragmented nature is also limiting the logistics potential of Vietnam up to some extent.

 

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1 INTRODUCTION

1.1 Study Deliverables

1.2 Study Assumptions

1.3 Scope of the Study

2 RESEARCH METHODOLOGY

2.1 Analysis Methodology

2.2 Research Phases

3 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

4 MARKET DYNAMICS AND INSIGHTS

4.1 Current Market Scenario

4.2 Market Dynamics

4.2.1 Drivers

4.2.2 Restraints

4.2.3 Opportunities

4.3 Industry Attractiveness of Porter’s Five Forces Analysis

4.4 Value Chain / Supply Chain Analysis

4.5 Government Regulations and Initiatives

4.6 Technological Trends (Overview of Industry 4.0 in Vietnam and its Impact on the Logistics Sector)

4.7 Insight into the E-commerce Industry (Domestic and Cross-border E-commerce)

4.8 Insight into Cross-border Trucking and Intermodal Transportation

4.9 Brief on Freight Transportation Costs/Freight rates in Vietnam

4.10 Developments in Rail Freight Transport between Vietnam and Europe

4.11 Elaboration on Transit Trade though Vietnam

5 MARKET SEGMENTATION

5.1 By Function

5.1.1 Freight Transport

5.1.1.1 Road

5.1.1.2 Shipping and Inland Water

5.1.1.3 Air

5.1.1.4 Rail

5.1.2 Freight Forwarding

5.1.3 Warehousing

5.1.4 Value-added Services

5.1.5 Key Quantitative and Qualitative Insights on Other Emerging Areas, such as Cold Chain Logistics, Return Logistics, Project Logistics, and  Technological Developments in Logistics.

5.2 By End User

5.2.1 Manufacturing and Automotive

5.2.2 Oil and Gas, Mining, and Quarrying

5.2.3 Agriculture, Fishing, and Forestry

5.2.4 Construction

5.2.5 Distributive Trade (Wholesale and Retail Segments, Including FMCG)

5.2.6 Other End Users (Telecommunication and Pharmaceuticals)

6 COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE

6.1 Overview (Market Concentration and Major Players)

6.2 Other Companies (Key Information/Overview)

6.3 Company Profiles

6.3.1 Viettel Logistics Co. Ltd

6.3.2 Hai Minh Corp.

6.3.3 Saigon Cargo Service Corporation (SCSC)

6.3.4 Tan Cang Logistics & Stevedoring JSC

6.3.5 Vietrans Saigon Logistics

6.3.6 PetroVietnam Transportation Corp.

6.3.7 Vietnam Transport & Chartering Corporation

6.3.8 Bee Logistics Corporation

6.3.9 Indo Trans Logistics Corporation

6.3.10 Vinatrans

6.3.11 Gemadept Corporation/Gemadept Logistics

6.3.12 Transimex Corp.

6.3.13 Agility Logistics Pvt. Ltd

6.3.14 United Parcel Service Inc.

6.3.15 Bolloré Transport & Logistics

6.3.16 Kintetsu World Express Inc.

6.3.17 Keppel Logistics

6.3.18 DB Schenker

6.3.19 Kerry Logistics Network Limited

6.3.20 CEVA Logistics

6.3.21 Nippon Express Co. Ltd

6.3.22 Yamato Holdings Co. Ltd

6.3.23 Yusen Logistics Co. Ltd

6.3.24 Deutsche Post DHL Group

* List not exhaustive

6.4 Other Companies (Key Information/Overview)

6.4.1 DSV, Kuehne + Nagel, Samsung SDS, Sinotrans, PT Transport Logistics, Pentiger Vietnam Co. Ltd, VIET Total Logistics (VTL)Co. Ltd, Konoike Vinatrans Logistics Co. Ltd, VNT Logistics JSC, Vinafco, Danko Logistics, Damco, Vinatrans Danang, Sojitz Corporation, Otran Logistics Company Limited, SEKO logistics

* List not exhaustive

7 MARKET OPPORTUNITIES AND FUTURE TRENDS

8 APPENDIX

8.1 GDP Distribution, by Activity and Region

8.2 Insight into Capital Flows

8.3 Economic Statistics – Transport and Storage Sector

8.4 External Trade Statistics – Export and Import, by Product

8.5 Insight into Key Export Destinations

8.6 Insight into Key Import Origin Countries

8.7 List of Prospective Clients for Logistics Service Providers

MARKET SEGMENTATION

 

By Function

Freight Transport

Road

Shipping and Inland Water

Air

Rail

Freight Forwarding

Warehousing

Value-added Services

Key Quantitative and Qualitative Insights on Other Emerging Areas, such as Cold Chain Logistics, Return Logistics, Project Logistics, and  Technological Developments in Logistics.

 

By End User

Manufacturing and Automotive

Oil and Gas, Mining, and Quarrying

Agriculture, Fishing, and Forestry

Construction

Distributive Trade (Wholesale and Retail Segments, Including FMCG)

Other End Users (Telecommunication and Pharmaceuticals)

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GCC Warehousing and Distribution Logistics Market (2019 – 2024)

Transportation & Logistics Published by: Mordor Intelligence Market: Middle East
156 pages Published: 10-06-2019
  • Transportation & Logistics
  • Mordor Intelligence
  • Middle East
  • 156 pages
  • Published: 10-06-2019

Market Overview

 

The market is segmented by countries (Kuwait, United Arab Emirates, Oman, Saudi Arabia, and Qatar). The warehousing and distribution logistics market in GCC is estimated to witness a strong growth during the forecast period, due to the increasing warehousing infrastructure and increasing government and private investments to develop the region into a robust logistics hub, along with pro-business regulatory policies. The United Arab Emirates (UAE) is one of the fastest-growing countries in the GCC region, owing to the rising importance of Dubai in world trade and strong economic outlook for the forecast period.

 

Bahrain offers some of the lowest setup and operating costs for a logistics business with cost savings of 30% – 40%, when compared to the rest of the GCC. This has encouraged several companies to invest in the country, in order to set up businesses and access the GCC, and the Arab world.

 

The rise of e-commerce is changing the way warehouses are designed and operated. This e-commerce rise is driven in the Middle East, with the development of a flourishing retail industry. At just over 1% of the global e-commerce market, the GCC e-commerce market is expected to observe a four-times growth to reach an estimated USD 20 billion by 2020, stimulated by a surging consumer base, high disposable incomes, and changing buying habits.

 

Scope of the Report

 

The warehousing and distribution logistics market in GCC covers the different aspects, like warehousing technology, different segments of warehousing, like general, dangerous goods, and refrigerated warehousing, along with insights on free zones and industrial parks, and effects of e-commerce.

 

Key Market Trends

 

Growing Warehousing Opportunities in Kuwait

 

Kuwait City has an abundance of storage space, where most commercial activities are centered and where the international airport and a big port are situated. Sulaibiya is an industrial area to the south-west of the city center, located conveniently next to the 6th Ring Road, providing easy access to the highways. There are other private storage spaces (300 m. sq. to 1000 m. sq.) in Kuwait City, and Al Salmia. Doha and Al-Jahra, located to the west of the city center, have a good location with easy access to the highways. Mina Abdullah is another industrial area, near Shuaiba Port, which is situated about 45 km to the south of Kuwait City, where private and public sector warehousing is rising. Many of them are related to the oil refineries or the Kuwait National Petroleum Company (KNPC).

 

Kuwait is relying heavily on the well-functioning cold chain facilities to support the import of food. Additionally, there are cold chain facilities at both Kuwait International Airport and Shuwaik Port; at the airport, the facility is operated by NAS Cargo with multi-temperature warehouses, including frozen storage and cold rooms, and at Shuwaikh Port, chilled and frozen rooms are operated by Refrigeration Industries (RIC).

 

There are three commercial ports in Kuwait, which are an important part of its transport network. Shuwaikh, Shuaiba, and Doha ports are all managed by Kuwait Ports Authority (KPA), a public sector body run on a commercial basis under the Authority of the Ministry of Communications.

 

Shuwaikh Port is considered the main commercial port for Kuwait, situated inside Kuwait Bay and to the immediate northwest of Kuwait City. The port has commercial and container berths, and the milling company, Kuwait Flour Mills & Bakeries, is situated next to the port with specific berths only for it.

 

Shuaiba Port is Kuwait’s important commercial port, situated 45 km to the south of Kuwait City. The port has commercial and container berths, as well as an oil pier, which is operated by Kuwait National Petroleum Co. Doha Port is located to the North of Kuwait City. They are used to berth dhows, barges, and small coastal vessels operating between Gulf Ports.

 

The growing population of the country and increasing import and export volumes underscore the need for investment in warehousing services, in particular. Private sector logistics service providers control a considerable part of the supply of inland warehousing space in Kuwait. Government efforts to increase the supply of new warehousing facilities are expected to gradually expand capacity while leaving sizeable market space in warehousing and warehousing related value-added services for local and international investors.

 

The developing industrial area in Kuwait, along with the flourishing food storage market, has emerged as an opportunity for the warehousing market to grow in the country. Additionally, robust warehousing and storage infrastructure in Kuwait has led to improving the warehousing market.

 

E-commerce Growth Driving the Market

 

The GCC e-commerce market is expanding with increasing competition, driven primarily by the United Arab Emirates, and Saudi Arabia is expected to remain the largest and fastest-growing e-commerce market in the region, with consumer electronics and fashion being the strongest categories. The trend in 2019 will be increased sales numbers for e-commerce players in the GCC. The estimated e-commerce growth rate for the period from 2015 to 2020 is the highest for the United Arab Emirates, with a 44% increase.

 

The GCC region aids from high spending potential, as the region records a high per capita income. Additionally, internet penetration and social media penetration are also among the best in the world, meaning that the GCC is ready for strong growth in the e-commerce market. Amazon acquired Dubai-based Souq.com in 2017, which had over 50 million customers and operations in all GCC states, positioning itself as a major e-commerce player in the region. Amazon’s entry in the region is also an indication of the market potential. Amazon, since its entry into the market, has been expanding its warehousing space across the region. E-commerce growth is closely related to the growth of the warehousing market, as it is forcing warehouses to upgrade, for greater reliability, higher efficiency, and a better fit for customers.

 

Competitive Landscape

 

The warehousing and distribution logistics market in GCC is highly competitive with the presence of major international players. The market presents opportunities for growth during the forecast period, which is expected to further drive market competition. With a few players holding a significant share, the market has observable level of consolidation.

 

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1 INTRODUCTION

1.1 Study Deliverables

1.2 Study Assumptions

1.3 Scope of the Study

2 RESEARCH METHODOLOGY

3 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

4 MARKET INSIGHTS AND DYNAMICS

4.1 Market Overview

4.2 Government Regulations in GCC Countries

4.3 Technological Development in Warehousing

4.4 Insights on Warehousing Rents

4.5 Insights on General Warehousing

4.6 Insights on Dangerous Goods Warehousing

4.7 Insights on Refrigerated Warehousing

4.8 Insights on Effect of E-commerce Growth

4.9 Insights on Free Zones and Industrial Parks

4.10 Industry Attractiveness of Porter’s Five Forces Analysis

4.11 Market Dynamics

4.11.1 Growing International Trade

4.11.2 Increasing Presence of Major Players in the Region

4.11.3 Government Support and Pro-business Regulatory Policies

4.11.4 Strong Logistics Infrastructure Driving the Market

5 MARKET SEGMENTATION

5.1 By Country

5.1.1 Kuwait

5.1.2 United Arab Emirates

5.1.3 Oman

5.1.4 Saudi Arabia

5.1.5 Qatar

5.1.5.1 Bahrain

6 COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE

6.1 Vendor Market Share

6.2 Mergers and Acquisitions

6.3 Company Profiles

6.3.1 Agility Logistics

6.3.2 GWC (Gulf Warehousing Company)

6.3.3 DB Schenker Logistics

6.3.4 DHL Group

6.3.5 General Silos & Storage Co.

6.3.6 GAC

6.3.7 Aramex

6.3.8 Integrated National Logistics

6.3.9 LSC Logistics and Warehousing Co.

6.3.10 Kuehne + Nagel

* List not exhaustive

7 Future of the Warehousing and Distribution Logistics Market

MARKET SEGMENTATION

 

By Country

Kuwait

United Arab Emirates

Oman

Saudi Arabia

Qatar

Bahrain

 
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Global 3PL (Third Party Logistics) Market – Growth, Trends, and Forecast (2019 – 2024)

Transportation & Logistics Published by: Mordor Intelligence Market: Global
241 pages Published: 10-06-2019
  • Transportation & Logistics
  • Mordor Intelligence
  • Global
  • 241 pages
  • Published: 10-06-2019

Market Overview

 

The global 3PL market is estimated to reach USD 1.3 trillion by 2024, registering a strong CAGR over the forecast period, 2019 and  2024. The factors driving the growth are the increasing outsourcing of major transportation and logistics services and growing e-commerce penetration. Whereas, the loss of control over the shipping functions is a major restraint to the market. The APAC region is one of the fastest-growing regions, globally, while North America is the leading region, owing to the presence of major players and a developed market.

 

The international transportation management segment in 2017 showed a revenue growth of 10.3%, driven by rising air freight capacity and the exploding global e-commerce growth.

 

Shippers are continuing to leverage what 3PLs offer, allowing them to optimize the supply chain, minimize costs and create value, and align expectations as a key to achieving success for both parties.

 

Scope of the Report

 

The global 3PL market covers the players actively operating in the 3PL segments, like domestic and international transportation, value added warehousing, and end users catered to by the market, like consumer and retail, automotive, healthcare and pharmaceuticals, and other industrial activity sectors.

 

Key Market Trends

 

Growing World Trade

 

Global trade recorded its highest growth rate in six years in 2017, both in volume and value terms. Merchandise trade volume, as measured by the average of exports and imports, grew by 4.7%, marking the first annual increase in excess of 3.0%, since 2011. The dollar value of merchandise exports rose by 11%, to USD 17.73 trillion, while commercial services exports increased by 8% to USD 5.2 trillion. Merchandise trade growth in 2017 was up sharply from 2016, when trade volume grew by just 1.8%, the smallest increase since the financial crisis of 2008. Strong growth in trade volume in 2017 was driven primarily by cyclical factors, as world growth in GDP at market exchange rates rose to 3.0% from 2.3% the previous year. This economic activity was driven by increased investment spending, particularly in the United States, and rising consumption, notably in Japan. Meanwhile, China and the European Union maintained a steady rate of expansion, providing a solid base for the global demand.

 

World merchandise trade growth is expected to remain strong in 2019, after posting its largest increase in six years in 2017. Growth is expected to be moderate to 4.0% in 2019. Trade volume growth was the strongest in 2017, since 2011. Looking at the situation in value terms, growth rates in current US dollars in 2017 (10.7% for merchandise exports, 7.4% for commercial services exports) were even stronger, reflecting both increasing quantities and rising prices. World real GDP at market exchange rates grew by 3.2% in 2018 and is expected to grow by 3.1% in 2019.  Brighter prospects reflect not only investment and employment gains, but also improved business and consumer confidence, as measured by OECD business cycle indicators.

 

The acceleration of world merchandise trade volume growth to 4.7% in 2017 from 1.8% in 2016 was broad based, driven by rising import demand across regions, but most notably in Asia. The largest gains were recorded on the import side in developing economies, where trade growth surged to 7.2% in 2017 from 1.9% in 2016. Import demand also picked up in developed countries, albeit less dramatically, as merchandise trade growth in volume terms increased to 3.1% in 2017 from 2.0% in 2016. Meanwhile, merchandise exports grew by 3.5% in developed countries and 5.7% in developing countries last year, up from 1.1% and 2.3%, respectively, in the previous year. This growing trade is a major driver for the 3PL market, as it helps manage the trade functions effectively.

 

APAC is a Major Region for 3PL Market

 

Asia was the top contributor to trade growth in volume terms in 2017, growing by 8%. Asia saw steady year-on-year growth in imports throughout 2017. Asia recorded the highest growth in merchandise trade volume in 2017 for exports (6.7%) and imports (9.6%), following two years of modest expansion. The region contributed 2.3% to the global growth of 4.5% in 2017, or 51% of the total increase. Asia also contributed 2.9% to the world import growth of 4.8%, or 60% of the overall increase. In 2017, Asia-Pacific’s third-party logistics market was estimated to be USD 329.3 billion.

 

Competitive Landscape

 

The global 3PL market is highly competitive with the presence of major international players, like Agility, CEVA, DB Schenker, and DHL, among others, trying to capture significant market shares. The industry exhibits shifting patterns and this has allowed new competitors to enter the market and challenge the existing players. Also, 3PL players have shown the willingness to partner with other players to reduce cost and leverage on mutual competitive advantage. Hence, the market observes a high volume of partnerships, mergers, and acquisitions. The Asia-Pacific region has high concentration of new and emerging players. Major regional players have been observed to venture into new regions, allowing the companies to improve their geographic reach.

 

The global 3PL market players are also observing a shift in technology with the development of artificial intelligence, Internet of Things (IoT), and Blockchain, among others. The introduction and implementation of these new technologies have further intensified the market competition. Additionally, the technology adoption also helped reduce operational costs and improved efficiency.

 

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1 INTRODUCTION

1.1 Study Deliverables

1.2 Study Assumptions

1.3 Scope of the Study

2 RESEARCH METHODOLOGY

3 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

4 MARKET DYNAMICS

4.1 Market Overview

4.2 Technological Developments in Logistics Sector

4.3 Insight on E-commerce Business

4.4 Demand From Other Segments, such as CEP, Last Mile Delivery, Cold Chain Logistics Etc.

4.5 General Trends in Warehousing Market

4.6 Industry Attractiveness- Porter’s Five Forces Analysis

4.6.1 Threat of New Entrants

4.6.2 Bargaining Power of Buyers/Consumers

4.6.3 Bargaining Power of Suppliers

4.6.4 Threat of Substitute Products

4.6.5 Intensity of Competitive Rivalry 

4.6.6 Market Drivers

4.6.7 Market Restraints

4.6.8 Market Opportunities

5 MARKET SEGMENTATION

5.1 Services

5.1.1 Domestic Transsportation Management

5.1.2 International Transportation Management

5.1.3 Value-added Warehousing and Distribution

5.2 End Users

5.2.1 Consumer and Retail (Covers E-commerce, Apparel, and Garment Sectors, Perishables, etc.)

5.2.2 Automotive

5.2.3 Healthcare and Pharmaceuticals

5.2.4 Other Industrial Activity Sectors

5.2.5 Rest of the Market

5.3 Geography

5.3.1 North America

5.3.1.1 United States

5.3.1.2 Canada

5.3.1.3 Mexico

5.3.2 South America

5.3.2.1 Brazil

5.3.2.2 Argentina

5.3.2.3 Rest of South America

5.3.3 Asia-Pacific

5.3.3.1 India

5.3.3.2 China

5.3.3.3 Singapore

5.3.3.4 Japan

5.3.3.5 South Korea

5.3.3.6 Vietnam

5.3.3.7 Australia

5.3.3.8 Rest of Asia-Pacific

5.3.4 Middle East & Africa

5.3.4.1 South Africa

5.3.4.2 United Arab Emirates

5.3.4.3 Saudi  Arabia

5.3.4.4 Egypt

5.3.4.5 Rest of Middle East & Africa

5.3.5 Europe

5.3.5.1 Germany

5.3.5.2 Spain

5.3.5.3 France

5.3.5.4 Russia

5.3.5.5 United Kingdom

5.3.5.6 Rest of Europe

6 COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE

6.1 Vendor Market Share

6.2 Mergers and Acquisitions

6.3 Company Profiles

6.3.1 Agility

6.3.2 Ceva Logistics

6.3.3 DB Schenker Logistics

6.3.4 DHL

6.3.5 Nippon Express

6.3.6 Yusen Logistics

6.3.7 TNT Express

6.3.8 Kerry Logistics

6.3.9 CH Robinson

6.3.10 AmeriCold Logistics

6.3.11 FedEx Corporation

6.3.12 KUEHNE+NAGEL INC.

6.3.13 MAERSK

6.3.14 DSV

6.3.15 Panalpina

6.3.16 Geodis

* List not exhaustive

6.4 SUMMARY OF KEY AND ACTIVE LOCAL PLAYERS IN THE MARKET

7 MARKET OPPORTUNITIES AND FUTURE TRENDS

8 TRANSPORT AND STORAGE SECTOR STATISTICS AT MACROECONOMIC LEVEL

MARKET SEGMENTATION

 

Services

Domestic Transsportation Management

International Transportation Management

Value-added Warehousing and Distribution

 

End Users

Consumer and Retail (Covers E-commerce, Apparel, and Garment Sectors, Perishables, etc.)

Automotive

Healthcare and Pharmaceuticals

Other Industrial Activity Sectors

Rest of the Market

 

Geography

North America

United States

Canada

Mexico

South America

Brazil

Argentina

Rest of South America

Asia-Pacific

India

China

Singapore

Japan

South Korea

Vietnam

Australia

Rest of Asia-Pacific

Middle East & Africa

South Africa

United Arab Emirates

Saudi  Arabia

Egypt

Rest of Middle East & Africa

Europe

Germany

Spain

France

Russia

United Kingdom

Rest of Europe

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