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UAE Logistics Market to See Further Growth, According to Report by Ken Research Private Available at MarketPublishers.com

28 Jun 2016 • by Natalie Aster

LONDON – Over the past 5 years, the overall UAE logistics market was dominated by the freight forwarding sector. Growth in this sector is spurred mainly by the location of the country. Further significant boost to the UAE freight forwarding sector was given by port expansion programs (for instance, the expansion of Jebel Ali Port in 2013). This sector is likely to post a healthy growth rate through 2019.

Moreover, the warehousing sector in the UAE witnessed resurgence during the past several years due to favourable governmental regulations, increasing investments in warehousing infrastructure and construction of logistics cities in the country. The UAE warehousing market is predicted to enhance in the years ahead.

Through 2019, the express logistics sector of the overall UAE logistics market is expected to keep on growing driven by rise in e-commerce along with ongoing development of logistic infrastructure in the UAE.  

The insightful research report “UAE Logistics Market Outlook to 2019” by Ken Research Private Ltd. includes a holistic analysis of the UAE logistics market, focusing on the key market sectors (warehousing, freight forwarding, express delivery, e-commerce logistics, third party logistics and value added services). The report provides trustworthy data on the market size, shares, dynamics, growth drivers and limiters. Moreover, a look at the logistics industry performance at the global scale is also available here. The major players in each segment are carefully profiled in the report. Furthermore, future projections for the UAE logistics market development up till 2019 are offered.

More cutting-edge market research studies by this publisher can be found at Ken Research Private page.


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