European Road Freight Market Examined in New Ti Report Now Available at MarketPublishers.com
28 Oct 2014 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON - The road freight market largely depends on the economic situation. That is why continuing problems in some parts of the Eurozone keep on undermining the European market. The sector cannot boast high profitability: for instance, profit margins in the UK are only slightly higher 2.5 percent and are just below 2 percent in Italy. However, the figures may go down in the future if a number of players decide to leave the marketplace.
Europe’s market is expected to grow by just 1.5 percent in 2014. The growth is expected to be higher in the years to come supported by technological advancements. However, such factors as changes in the environmental legislation may pose challenge to the market growth. There are a number of prominent players in Europe such as Dachser, GEFCO, SNCF Geodis, to name a few.
New insightful report “European Road Freight Transport 2014” worked out by Transport Intelligence Ltd (Ti) offers a comprehensive guide to Europe’s road freight market.
The study contains an in-depth examination of economic drivers of the sector; reveals profitability of the sector in different countries and profitability of top operators; discusses the major developments and trends impacting the market. The research report estimates the market size and forecasts its growth in the upcoming years. It provides details on local land transport providers, looks at the domestic as well as international road transport market. The study also includes a comparative analysis of the global and European data; transport and logistics profiles of European countries; gives a reader access to some governmental statistics. Besides, top ten freight providers are indentified and profiled in the research study.
European Road Freight Transport 2014
Published: October, 2014
Price: US$ 2,075.00
Other New Market Research Reports by the Ti Comprise:
- Global Automotive Logistics 2014
- Global Contract Logistics 2014
- Global Freight Forwarding 2014
- Global Transport & Logistics Financial Analysis 2014
More cutting-edge market studies by the publisher can be found at Ti page.