Bio-pharma Logistics Market Globally Discussed by Aniruddha Sowale in Its New Report Published at MarketPublishers.com
19 Apr 2016 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – The world pharma market has increased more than twofold in the past decade; it is set to amount to USD 942 billion by sales volume in 2016. Furthermore, patents on several top drugs are likely to expire, indicating that a great portion of sales will likely shift from original brand manufacturers (OBM’s) to generic drug manufacturers. Additionally, the pharma industry is also undergoing the geographic shift in its sales markets and production areas. Latin America, Asia, China, the Middle East, etc. regions are becoming increasingly attractive for these pharmacos; however, these markets are deemed to be the most challenging with respect to supply chain management regulations.
Currently, the distribution structure in the American and European markets are excessively tending towards domestic warehouses, both region-wise and centrally. The pharmacos’ major focus areas include the development of warehouse structures and outsourcing to the providers of logistics services.
The market growth is mainly being driven by stiff regulations in the form of good manufacturing practice (GMP) guidelines and good distribution practice (GDP) deals. Additionally, factors such as soaring demand for temperature sensitive drug products, novel delivery methods and an increase in the demand for logistics outsourcing services are also anticipated to be responsible for the expansion of the industry. However, a number of issues pertaining to the trade secret, degrading services and loss of control could hamper the sector’s growth.
New research report “Bio-pharmaceuticals Logistics Market - Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Trends and Forecast, 2012 – 2020f” developed by Aniruddha Sowale presents a 360-degree assessment of the global market for bio-pharmaceuticals logistics. It gives a qualitative analysis of the marketplace covering key market growth drivers & limiters as well as lucrative opportunities; Porter’s five forces analysis; value chain analysis; the competitive matrix of the major companies. The research study provides thorough market segmentation by type of transport, by product type, and based on geography. Furthermore, a granular evaluation of the competitive intensity in the industry is provided, as well as comprehensive details about the top 4 logistic service providers – DHL, FedEx, Panalpina and UPS – are given in the market research report.
More new reports by the publisher can be found at Aniruddha Sowale page.