World E-Commerce Logistics Sector Examined by Ti in New Research Report Now Available at MarketPublishers.com

28 Apr 2016 • by Natalie Aster

LONDON – Amazon is set to continue to take the lead in the e-commerce market as customers choose prefer its inexpensive and convenient delivery than the offerings of other retailers. Online markets and the uptake of omni-channel strategies signify the distinction between B2B and B2C markets has blurred. The reproduction of B2B by B2C could possibly ensure enhanced levels of delivery success, but this is just part of the solution.

Changes in consumers’ demands and expectations have encouraged retail enterprises to invest in IT and fulfillment-centre networks to gear brick-and-mortar to mobile, online and social media offerings, alongside embracing showrooming and concept stores.

Alternative payment options outpaced card payments for the first time round as of 2014, with this move expected to keep up, driven by the North America region.

Technology failures and cyber attacks are a more serious threat as against fire, bad weather and social tension. Intellectual data is a crucial supply chain asset and, within the B2B universe, is amongst the key targets for such security holes.

The e-commerce market is gathering fast momentum in emerging marketplaces, and even developed markets are increasing by double digits. Still, there are different challenges that logistics services providers have to overcome before they can fully exploit this trend.

New research publication “Global E-Commerce Logistics 2016” developed by Transport Intelligence Ltd (Ti) offers an analysis of the e-commerce universe. It gives an unbiased review of the market, covering issues such as market definition, the scale and significance of the B2B e-commerce sector, alternative payments, m-commerce, the internet of things (IoT), etc. The study contains detailed profiles of the top 16 supply chain companies, includes profiles of the 15 leading logistics services providers. It provides granular market size figures and forecast data for the e-commerce logistics industry on a global level and across key regions and countries. Furthermore, the prospective future of e-commerce logistics is discussed in detail.

More new studies by the publisher can be found at Ti page.

CONTACTS

The Market Publishers, Ltd.
Natalie Aster
Tel: +44 208 144 6009
Fax: +44 207 900 3970
ps@marketpublishers.com 
MarketPublishers.com