World Automotive Logistics Sector Examined by Ti in New Research Report Now Available at MarketPublishers.com10 Oct 2014 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – The world automotive logistics sector seems to be steady and comparatively flourishing, however, a fundamental change is already underway.
The U.S. demand has witnessed stable growth, underpinned by an apparent revival of the top three manufacturers – GM, Ford and Chrysler – as well as the expansion of production across the country by car manufacturers from South Korea, Japan and Germany and the rising popularity of production in neighbouring Mexico.
The emerging world is seeing fast-paced growth in domestic demand, which is most sharply seen in China where demand has run ahead of the present logistics infrastructure’s capability. A hike in the adoption of digital technology in the supply chain is set to have a profound effect on existing providers of logistics services, who will likely have to deal increasingly with globalised and more sophisticated demand from suppliers and vehicle makers.
New research report “Global Automotive Logistics 2014” worked out by Transport Intelligence Ltd (Ti) offers an unbiased, granular analysis of the worldwide automotive logistics sector.
The study gives a brief overview of the developments and trends prevailing in the market, provides comprehension information on the automobile industry background and novel concepts introduced, discusses the geography of the respective supply chain. Detailed profiles of the 10 dominant vehicle manufacturers alongside their geographical presence are included. The report features a comparison of worldwide sales and production, market size data of the spare parts logistics sector and structure, market sizing and growth forecasts for the world finished, inbound vehicles and aftermarket segments and a regional breakdown. An in-depth assessment of the production and logistics strategies of the leading vehicle makers and component suppliers, along with illustrative maps can be found in the study. Exhaustive profiles of the top logistics service providers operating in the automotive sector are included, too.
Global Automotive Logistics 2014
Published: October, 2013
Price: US$ 2,150.00
Other Logistics Markets Research Reports by Ti Include:
- Global Contract Logistics 2014
- Global Freight Forwarding 2014
- Global Transport & Logistics Financial Analysis 2014
- Middle East & North Africa Transport and Logistics 2014
- Global Chemical Logistics 2013
More new market research reports by the publisher can be found at Ti page.