Asia Pacific Transport and Logistics Market Examined in New In0Demand Research by Transport Intelligence
18 Feb 2013 • by Natalie Aster
Asia Pacific continues to develop at a swift pace despite economic unease within its two largest trade partners – the EU and the US. Shifting trade lanes, the growth of the ASEAN community and increasing intra-regional trade have prompted a transformation in the region’s logistics market and significant investment by logistics providers.
As trade dynamics change with its largest trade partners, Asia Pacific is in search of new partners. Africa, for example, is among the fastest growing trade markets for China. It is anticipated that trade between Africa and China could surpass trade with Europe and the US in the next three to five years.
In addition, intra-Asia trade is on the increase, a theme that will continue to develop as the creation of the ASEAN economic bloc is realised in 2015.
The report provides a unique and comprehensive overview of thelogistics market in the Asia Pacific region. The report is packed full of qualitative analysis and quantitative data which will give you a detailed understanding of the region’s market.
The report “Asia Pacific Transport & Logistics 2013” by Transport Intelligence examines the latest trends affecting investment in the logistics industry, both from the perspective of transport infrastructure and the logistics companies thatoperate in the region. It provides an overview of the market in its current form and explains how shifts in manufacturing have influenced the market’s development.
The report also offers a detailed insight into the region through analysis of its economy and trade, transport infrastructure and the logistics markets of individual countries.
In addition, it contains profiles of the major logistics providers operating in the region, including both international market leaders and the largest Asian providers.
Asia Pacific Transport & Logistics 2013
Published: February, 2013
Price: US$ 1,850.00
The report includes market sizing and growth forecasts for the region’s contract logistics, freight forwarding and express sectors as well as an overview of how each market is currently performing.
The express parcel sector contains analysis of the overall market as well as the domestic and international markets. Furthermore, the freight forwarding sector is segmented between air cargo and sea freight. In addition, the report contains a breakdown of each market by individual country.
The report acts as an essential resource of information on key economic and trade metrics – some of the key components to understanding the development of the region’s logistics market. Each country profile contains an economic overview, including data such as key export and import partners as well as the structure of trade in terms of commodities shipped.
More information can be found in the report “Asia Pacific Transport & Logistics 2013” by Transport Intelligence.
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