World CPG Logistics Sector Examined by Ti in New Research Report Now Available at MarketPublishers.com14 Sep 2015 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – The consumer packaged goods (CPG) sector, with revenues of more than half a billion, is one of the largest customers for contract logistics.
The CPG market is comparatively stable in the developed world but changing consumption channels are providing scope for the implementation of new solutions and services. Meantime, in the emerging countries, the under-developed logistics capacity of a slew of markets has developed a remarkably higher demand for more complex logistics services to cater for soaring demand for CPG.
North America expenditure accounts for 6.8% of overall logistics sales, while Europe spends more than 10.5%. Markets in the emerging nations have much higher cost bases – probably twice that of the USA.
The CPG growth in emerging markets is being hindered mainly by the poor effectiveness of logistics. Transport is typically expensive and top-quality warehousing can be insufficient. Growth of CPG in emerging markets is a key opportunity for those who can afford to purchase big and complex distribution centres.
New market research report “Global CPG Logistics 2015” worked out by Transport Intelligence Ltd (Ti) offers comprehensive strategic information to those who are already involved or interested in the CPG logistics domain. The study provides data on the size of the logistics operations supporting CPG as well as the nature of what the CPG demands from the providers of logistic services. In particular, the report discusses the characteristics of CPG logistics; gives an overview of the supply chains of the largest CPG companies; analyses the CPG market size and logistics costs; limelights the CPG in both emerging and developed economies; as well as offers extensive profiles of logistic services providers. A detailed comparison of developed and emerging markets, enabling to identify major risks and opportunities, is also included.
Global CPG Logistics 2015
Published: September, 2015
Price: US$ 1,520.00
More new studies by the publisher can be found at Ti page.