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Vietnam Logistics Industry Comprehensive Report Q1/2020

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Q1/2020 witnessed the unprecedented disruption of the global supply chain because the Covid-19 epidemic caused disruption of commercial activities. Dozens of ships full of goods made in China for the US and European markets such as bags, flat-screen TVs, and plastic toys were stopped at ports because of an outbreak of the disease. . About 90% of world trade takes place on sea routes, and China is a major source of world shipping. China's supply chain disruption has left many manufacturing companies reeling. Large manufacturers such as Hasbro, Michael Kors, Versace, Jimmy Choo, ... struggled when the supply chain was interrupted. Generally for QI/2020, freight transport reached 412.2 million tons, up 8.6% over the same period last year and 78.1 billion tons-kilometers, up 6.5%, of which domestic transport reached 404 million tons, up 8.7% and 44.2 billion tons.km, up 9.7%; foreign transport reached 8.2 million tons, up 1.5% and 33.9 billion tons.km, up 2.5%. Passenger transport reached 1,190.7 million passengers, down 6.1% over the same period last year and 55.9 billion passengers-kilometers, down 8%, of which domestic transport reached 1,187.7 million passengers, down 6.1% and 46.4 billion passengers-kilometers, down 3.5%; foreign transport reached 3 million passengers, down 30.3% and 9.6 billion passengers-kilometers, down 24.9%.

Executive summary


1.1 Macroeconomic situation
1.2 Legal framework
1.3 Trade agreements


2.1 Evaluation criteria of logistics activities
2.2 Transportation
2.3 Warehousing
2.4 Port operation
2.5 Logistics industry in some regions in the world


3.1 General situation of Vietnam logistics industry
3.2 Transportation
3.3 Warehousing
3.4 Port operation
3.5 Technology Trend


4.1 Challenges
4.2 Risks
4.3 Planning and forecasts


5.1 Some typical enterprises in the industry
5.2 Transport enterprises
5.3 Port enterprises



Figure 1: GDP growth rate by quarter, 2016 - Q1/2020
Figure 2: VND/USD exchange rate, 2014 - 4/2020
Figure 3: Foreign direct investment, 2013 - Q1/2020
Figure 4: World crude oil prices, 2013 - Q1/2020
Figure 5: Import and export of goods, 2013 - Q1/2020
Figure 6: Global logistics costs, 2010 - 2022f
Figure 7: Logistics costs by region, 2018
Figure 8: Number of mergers and acquisitions in the global transport and logistics industry, Q1/2016 - Q2/2019
Figure 9: Number and value of mergers and acquisitions in the global transport and logistics industry, 2018 - 2019
Figure 10: Sea transport activities in the world, 4/2018 - 3/2020
Figure 11: Ship removal and recycling activities, 4/2018 - 3/2020
Figure 12: Baltic dry vessel charter (BDI), 2012 - 4/2020
Figure 13: Growth rate of supply and demand for container shipping, 2007-2018e
Figure 14: Top largest shipping lines in the world
Figure 15: Structure of world sea trade in goods by region, 2018
Figure 16: Top seaports with the highest cargo throughput in the world, 2018
Figure 17: Share of container cargo in ocean shipping, 1980 - 2020f
Figure 18: Container cargo throughput at the world seaport, 2008 - 2018
Figure 19: Share of containerized goods across regions, 2018
Figure 20: Top largest container ports in the world, 2017-2018
Figure 21: World cargo volume transported via air, 2004-2019e
Figure 22: World air freight revenue, 2004 -2020f
Figure 23: Cargo volume through airports by region, 2019
Figure 24: Cargo volume through the world's largest airports, 2018
Figure 25: Top 10 countries with the highest scores on the quality of customs procedures, 2018
Figure 26: Market size of 3PL Logistics by region, 2018
Figure 27: Revenue of Logistics 3PL services by region, 2014 - 2018
Figure 28: Percentage of logistics costs in Vietnam's GDP relative to regions, 2018
Figure 29: LPI ranking of Vietnam, 2010-2018
Figure 30: Revenue of Logistics industry in Vietnam, 2010-2018
Figure 31: Total capital of Logistics industry, 2010-2018
Figure 32: Number of logistics enterprises and growth, 2010-2018
Figure 33: Structure of logistics enterprises by field, 2018
Figure 34: Types of Logistics enterprises
Figure 35: Share of freight transport by transport area, Q1/2019
Figure 36: Share of goods transported by type of transport, Q1/2019-Q1/2020
Figure 37: Share of passenger transport by transport area, QI/2019 - QI/2020
Figure 38: Share of passenger transport by type of transport, QI/2019 - QI/2020
Figure 39: Government plan for expressway system development, 2020 - 2030F
Figure 40: Output of goods transported by road, Q1/2013 - Q1/2019
Figure 41: Number of passengers transported by road, Q1/2013-Q1/2020
Figure 42: Output of goods transported via rail, Q1/2013-Q1/2019
Figure 43: Number of passengers transported via rail, Q1/2013-Q1/2020
Figure 44: Expected railway market share according to the nationwide passenger transport market and urban areas
Figure 45: Investment demand for Vietnam's railway infrastructure, 2001 - 2040F
Figure 46: Output of goods transported by sea, Q1/2013 - Q1/2020
Figure 47: Number of passengers transported by sea, Q1/2013 - Q1/2020
Figure 48: Cargo throughput of ports, 2013 - Q1/2020
Figure 49: Container cargo throughput, ports, 2013 - Q1/2020
Figure 50: Container cargo volume by region, 2013 - 2019e
Figure 51: Cargo throughput of ports by region, 2013 - 2019e
Figure 52: Output of goods through the Northern port, 2013 - 2018e
Figure 53: Container volume through the North port, 2011 - 2018e
Figure 54: Structure of container throughput across the Northern port, 2018e
Figure 55: Cargo throughput of ports in Hai Phong area, 2010 -2020f
Figure 56: Growth of ships landing at important ports in Hai Phong
Figure 57: Growth of tonnage of ships docked in Hai Phong area
Figure 58: Cargo volume through central ports, 2013 - 2018e
Figure 59: Container cargo throughput at Central port, 2013 - 2018e
Figure 60: Container output structure of the Central port area, 2018e
Figure 61: Container throughput of Southern ports, 2013-2018e
Figure 62: Cargo throughput of ports in the Southern region, 2013-2018e
Figure 63: Structure of container throughput across Southern ports, 2018e
Figure 64: Cargo volume through ports in the Southeast region, 2013 - 2018e
Figure 65: Growth of container volume in Cai Mep-Thi Vai port cluster, 2014-2020f
Figure 66: Output of ports in Cai Mep-Thi Vai cluster, 2017-2022f
Figure 67: Cargo volume through ports in the Mekong Delta region, 2011 - 2018e
Figure 68: Cargo volume of goods transported via inland waterways, Q1/2013-Q1/2020
Figure 69: Number of passengers transported by inland waterway, Q1/2013 - Q1/2020
Figure 70: Quantity of goods transported by air, Q1/2013-Q1/2020 Figure 71: Number of passengers transported via air, Q1/2013-Q1/2020
Figure 72: Quality assessment of Vietnam's customs procedures according to LPI, 2007-2018
Figure 73: Revenue from delivery activities, 2010-2018
Figure 74: Total designed cold storage rent capacity in Vietnam, 1998-2018
Figure 75: Warehouse size of enterprises with large distribution centers in Vietnam, 2018
Figure 76: Construction costs of warehouses and distribution centers, 2018
Figure 77: Global logistics market size, 2015-2020f
Figure 78: Growth forecast of the world logistics industry in 2020
Figure 79: Revenue forecast of transport types, 2017 - 2021f
Figure 80: Export of some products to the US, 2018 - 2019

Table 1: Relevant basic legal documents
Table 2: Top countries with the highest LPI ranking in the world, 2018
Table 3: Top 10 companies with the largest cold storage system in the world, 2019e
Table 4: Top of the markets with the largest logistics rent in the world, 2017
Table 5: Markets with the sharpest drop in warehouse rents, 2017
Table 6: Logistics costs of some exports
Table 7: Ranking by LPI activities of Vietnam over the years, 2012 - 2018
Table 8: Vietnam road transport system, 2019
Table 9: Ship handling capacity of Vietnamese seaports
Table 10: Goods through the seaport system QI / 2020
Table 11: Performance of some ports in Ho Chi Minh City, 2017
Table 12: Port parameters of Cai Mep - Thi Vai cluster, 2019
Table 13: Effective comparison of container transportation methods by river and road over distance
Table 14: Comparison of barges and road transport costs by routes
Table 15: Design capacity and real capacity of some airports in Vietnam, 2019
Table 16: Statistics of scheduled flights and flights of Vietnamese airlines
Table 17: Number of seats provided by Vietnamese airlines by week
Table 18: Survey of enterprises' satisfaction with the implementation of import-export administrative procedures in 2018
Table 19: Comparison of warehouse and distribution center characteristics
Table 20: Target capacity to develop dry ports and dry port clusters in the period 2025 - 2030
Table 21: Forecast of Covid-19's impact on a number of sectors
Table 22: Top 8 typical transport enterprises in 2019

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