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World Express & Small Parcels Market Reviewed by Ti in Topical Research Report Now Available at MarketPublishers.com

26 Jan 2016 • by Natalie Aster

LONDON – Fast changes owing to the expansion of electronic commerce (e-commerce) and the technology lying behind it have violated the traditional ways in which parcels are handled. Disruptive entrants to the market, or start-up companies, and peer-to-peer collections are also responsible for the growth in the industry.

The industry performance is under the influence of a range of factors such as alternative delivery solutions like retail locations (click-and-collect), means of transport (train stations and other commuter centres), parcel shops (UPS access point locations) and lockers.

E-commerce has turned the express sector into a ‘go-go’ market with explosive growth from pole to pole. Companies are working to harness this growth via a diversity of means. Dramatic changes in the market structure, caused by electronic retailing, macroeconomic upheaval and technological disruption, have generated opportunities and challenges for the companies in the express marketplace.

Topical research report “Global Express & Small Parcels 2015” elaborated by Transport Intelligence Ltd (Ti) is an essential source of information on the global market for express and small parcels. The study provides trustworthy market size estimates, growth rates and forecast figures; keeps track of worldwide trends in the industry. The report includes detailed profiles of integrators, 3PLs and post offices. It presents a financial comparison of the leading integrators. The research publication discusses how TNT Express has fared since the collapse of the UPS takeover of the firm.

Report Details:

Global Express & Small Parcels 2015
Published: November, 2015
Price: US$ 1,998.00 

More topical market research studies by the publisher can be found at Ti page.


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