European Transport Barometer 2009

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European Transport Barometer 2009
Analysis of over 3,900 surveys, across 20 countries to provide a truly Pan-European perspective of trends and developments in Road Transport. The European Transport Barometer 2009 is the result of possibly the largest collaborative effort ever undertaken in researching the European Road Transport sector, surpassing even 2008 participation levels. The result of research conducted across Europe, the European Transport Barometer 2009 brings together analysis from over 3,900 surveys, across 20 countries to provide a true pan-European perspective of trends and developments in the Road Transport industry.

Challenging markets in Road Transport are not a recent phenomenon - but they have have been made more acute by the current global economic downturn. The European Road Transport Industry continues to face pressure and challenges from just about every angle
  • financially, operationally and strategically. Whilst almost one-half of operators continue to recognise growth, this is not distributed equally across Europe.

    The European Transport Barometer 2009 is ideally suited to meet the needs of any professional within the supply chain industry. More importantly, the data contained can be used to draw conclusions that can be applied to either process or strategic planning with the absolute confidence that the data originates from a source that is a consistent, reliable and specialist within the supply chain industry.

    Insight and analysis

    The European Transport Barometer 2009 identifies the following trends:
    • Growth by Volume
    • Changes in Fleet Sizes and Ownership
    • Cost and Profit Drivers
    • Transport Prices and Forecasts
    • Current Volumes and Forecasts
    • Current Profits and Forecasts
    • Future Long Term Strategies for Growth
    This in-depth understanding of trends across the European Road Transport industry, assists you to:
    • Understand market drivers
    • Benchmark growth rates
    • Identify future trends
    • Track performance by country
    • Track performance by sector
    • Develop and plan market strategy
    • Target potential new business
    As a supplier, a customer or a transport provider, this research will enable the identification and targeting of future, potentially high yielding, growth markets and opportunities. The European Transport Barometer appeals to a wide ranging audience, including:
    • Road hauliers
    • Contract logistics providers
    • Freight forwarders
    • Express operators
    • Vehicle and trailer manufacturers
    • Tyre manufacturers
    • Service providers
    • Retailers
    • Manufacturers
    • Software providers
    • Government agencies
    • Professional services
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    1.0 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

    1.1 The 2009 European Transport Barometer
      Table 1.1: European Transport Barometer Respondents by Job Function, 2009
      Table 1.2: European Transport Barometer Respondents’ Average Fleet Size, 2009
      Figure 1.1: European Transport Barometer Fleet Sizes by Ownership Method, 2009
    1.2 Road Transport in Europe in 2008
      Table 1.3: Road Transport in Europe, 2008 – Summary Analysis
      Table 1.4: Trading Performance in Europe, by Country, 2008
    1.3 Road Transport Forecasts in Europe in 2009
      Table 1.5: Road Transport in Europe, 2009 – Summary Expectations

    2.0 INTRODUCTION

    2.1 Research Objectives
    2.2 Report Structure
      Key Issues in European Road Transport
      Analysis of 2008
      Forecasts for 2009
      Data Appendix
    2.3 Research Methodology and Data Definitions
      Figure 2.1: European Transport Barometer Partners, 2009
      Table 2.1: Country Abbreviations
    2.4 Survey Analysis
      2.4.1 Analysis of Respondents
      Table 2.2: European Transport Barometer Respondents by Job Function, 2009
      Figure 2.2: European Transport Barometer Respondents by Job Function, 2009
      2.4.2 Fleet Analysis
        2.4.2.1 European Fleet Size
      Table 2.3: European Transport Barometer Respondents’ Average Fleet Size, 2009
        2.4.2.3 European Fleet by Vehicle Type
      Table 2.4: European Transport Barometer Fleet Sizes by Vehicle Type, 2009
      Figure 2.3: European Transport Barometer Fleet Sizes by Vehicle Type, 2009
        2.4.2.5 European Fleet by Ownership
      Table 2.5: European Transport Barometer Fleet Sizes by Ownership Method, 2009
      Figure 2.4: European Transport Barometer Fleet Sizes by Ownership Method, 2009

    3.0 KEY ISSUES IN ROAD TRANSPORT

    3.1 Leading from the Front
      3.1.1 Markey Dynamics
      3.1.2 Key Business Challenges
      3.1.3 Proceed with Caution
    3.2 Driver Shortages
      Table 3.1: Driver Shortages in European Road Transport per Company, by Country, 2008-2009
      Table 3.2: Drivers Numbers Required to Meet Road Transport Demand in Europe, 2009
      Figure 3.1: Driver Shortages in European Road Transport, 2009
    3.3 Costs and Prices – The Gap Remains
      Table 3.3: Gap Between Costs and Prices in European Road Transport, 2006-2008
      Table 3.4: Gap Between Cost and Price Increases in European Road Transport, by Country, 2006-2008
      Figure 3.2: Operating Costs Increases v Transport Prices Increases in Europe, by Country, 2008
      Figure 3.3: Trends in Operating Costs Increases v Transport Prices Increases in Europe, by Country, 2006-2008
      Table 3.5: Gap Between Cost and Price Increases in European Road Transport, by Country, 2009
      Figure 3.4: Operating Costs Increases v Transport Prices Increases in Europe, by Country, 2009

    4.0 PAN-EUROPEAN ANALYSIS

    4.1 Analysis of 2008
      4.1.1 Trading Performance
      Table 4.1: Trading Performance in Europe, 2008
      Table 4.2: Trading Performance in Europe, by Country, 2008
      Figure 4.1: Trading Performance in Europe, 2008
      4.1.2 Business Growth
      Table 4.3: Levels of Growth in Europe, 2008
      Table 4.4: Business Growth in Europe, by Country, 2008
        4.1.2.1 Growth by Volume
      Table 4.5: Growth in Volumes Transported in Europe, 2008
      Table 4.6: Growth in Volumes Transported in Europe, by Country, 2008
      4.1.3 Fleet Operations
      Table 4.7: Change in Fleet Sizes in Europe, 2008
      Figure 4.2: Changes in Fleet Sizes in Europe, 2008
      Table 4.8: Change in Fleet Size in Europe, by Country, 2008
      4.1.4 Costs, Prices and Profits
        4.1.4.1 Costs
      Table 4.9: Changes in Operating Costs in Europe, 2008
      Table 4.10: Increases in Operating Costs in Europe, by Country, 2008
      Table 4.11: Rates of Change in Operating Costs in Europe, 2008
      Table 4.12: Reasons for Changes in Operating Costs in Europe, 2008
      Figure 4.3: Reasons for Changes in Operating Costs in Europe, 2008
      Table 4.13: Rates of Change in Operating Costs in Europe, by Country, 2008
        4.1.4.2 Prices and Profits
      Table 4.14: Changes in Transport Prices in Europe, 2008
      Table 4.15: Rate of Change in Transport Prices in Europe, 2008
      Table 4.16: Reasons for Changes in Prices in Europe, 2008
      Table 4.17: Change in Transport Prices in Europe, by Country, 2008
      Figure 4.4: Change in Transport Profitability in Europe, 2008
      Table 4.18: Change in Transport Profitability in Europe, 2008
      Table 4.19: Reasons for Changes in Profitability in Europe, 2008
      Table 4.20: Change in Profitability in Europe, by Country, 2008
      4.1.5 Conclusion: Road Transport in Europe in 2008
      Table 4.21: Road Transport in Europe, 2008 – Summary Analysis
    4.2 Forecasts for 2009
      4.2.1 Revenues and Volumes
      Table 4.22: Business Confidence Amongst Road Transporters in Europe, 2009
      Table 4.23: Forecast Business Confidence in Europe, by Country, 2009
      Figure 4.5: Forecast Business Confidence Amongst Road Transporters in Europe, 2009
      Table 4.24: Forecast Levels of Volume Growth in Europe, 2009
      Table 4.25: Forecast Levels of Volume Growth in Europe, by Country, 2009
      4.2.2 Costs, Prices and Profits
      Table 4.26: Forecast Levels of Cost Increases in Europe, 2009
      Table 4.27: Forecast Levels of Cost Increases in Europe, by Country, 2009
      Table 4.28: Forecast Levels of Transport Price Increases in Europe, 2009
      Table 4.29: Forecast Levels of Price Increases in Europe, by Country, 2009
      Table 4.30: Forecast Levels of Profit Increases in Europe, 2009
      Figure 4.6: Forecast Levels of Profit Increases in Europe, 2009
      Table 4.31: Forecast Levels of Changes in Profit in Europe, by Country, 2009
      4.2.3 Strategies to Improve Profitability
      Table 4.32: Key Strategies to Improve Profitability of Road Transporters in Europe, 2009
      Figure 4.7: Key Strategies for Profitability of Road Transporters in Europe, 2009
      Figure 4.8: Offensive Strategies for Profitability of Road Transporters in Europe, by Country, 2009
      Table 4.33: Profitability Strategies of Road Transporters in Europe, by Country, 2009
      4.2.4 Investment Strategies
      Figure 4.9: Ranking Investment Strategies of European Road Transport Companies, 2009-2011
      Table 4.34: Ranking Investment Strategies of European Road Transport Companies, 2009-2011
        4.2.4.1 Short-Term Investment Strategies
      Figure 4.10: Short-Term Investment in Driver Training is Key During the Economic Crisis
      Table 4.35: Share of Hauliers Increasing Investment in H1, 2009, by Type of Investment
      Table 4.36: Share of Hauliers Increasing Investment in Vehicles in H1, 2009
      Table 4.37: Share of Hauliers Increasing Investment in Trailers in H1, 2009
      Table 4.38: Share of Hauliers Increasing Investment in Environmental Technologies in H1, 2009
      Table 4.39: Share of Hauliers Increasing Investment in Safety Equipment in H1, 2009
      Table 4.40: Share of Hauliers Increasing Investment in IT & Telematics in H1, 2009
      Table 4.41: Share of Hauliers Increasing Investment in Tyres in H1, 2009
      Table 4.42: Share of Hauliers Increasing Investment in Driver Training in H1, 2009
        4.2.4.2 Mid-Term Investment Strategies 2009-2010
      Table 4.43: Share of Hauliers Increasing Investment in 2009-2010, by Type of Investment
      Figure 4.11: Fleet Investment Will Increase in Relative Importance in the Mid-Term
      Table 4.44: Share of Hauliers Increasing Investment in Vehicles in 2009-2010
      Table 4.45: Share of Hauliers Increasing Investment in Trailers in 2009-2010
      Table 4.46: Share of Hauliers Increasing Investment in Environmental Technologies in 2009-2010
      Table 4.47: Share of Hauliers Increasing Investment in Safety Equipment in 2009-2010
      Table 4.48: Share of Hauliers Increasing Investment in IT & Telematics in 2009-2010
      Table 4.49: Share of Hauliers Increasing Investment in Tyres in 2009-2010
      Table 4.50: Share of Hauliers Increasing Investment in Driver Training in 2009-2010
        4.2.4.3 Long-Term Investment Strategies 2009-2011
      Table 4.51: Share of Hauliers Increasing Investment in 2011, by Type of Investment
      Figure 4.12: Technology Investment Will Decrease in Relative Importance in the Long-Term
      Table 4.52: Share of Hauliers Increasing Investment in Vehicles in 2011
      Table 4.53: Share of Hauliers Increasing Investment in Trailers in 2011
      Table 4.54: Share of Hauliers Increasing Investment in Environmental Technologies in 2011
      Table 4.55: Share of Hauliers Increasing Investment in Safety Equipment in 2011
      Table 4.56: Share of Hauliers Increasing Investment in IT & Telematics in 2011
      Table 4.57: Share of Hauliers Increasing Investment in Tyres in 2011
      Table 4.58: Share of Hauliers Increasing Investment in Driver Training in 2011
      4.2.5 Fleet Strategies
        4.2.5.1 Fleet Acquisition
      Table 4.59: Fleet Acquisition Activity in 2009
      Table 4.59 (continued): Fleet Acquisition Activity in 2009
      Figure 4.13: Share of Hauliers Increasing Fleet Acquisition Activity, 2009
        4.2.5.2 Fleet Acquisition Criteria
      Table 4.60: Fleet Purchasing Criteria in Europe, 2009
      Figure 4.14: Fleet Purchasing Criteria in Europe, 2009
      Table 4.61: Most Important Fleet Purchasing Criteria in Europe, 2009
      Figure 4.15: Ranking Fleet Purchasing Criteria in Europe, 2009
        4.2.5.3 Hybrid Vehicles
      Table 4.62: Haulier Interest Levels in Hybrid Vehicles, 2009
      Figure 4.16: Level of Interest in Hybrid Vehicles by European Hauliers, 2009
        4.2.5.4 IT / Telematics Purchasing Criteria
      Table 4.63: Purchasing Criteria of IT / Telematics Systems in Europe, 2009
      Figure 4.17: Purchasing Criteria of IT / Telematics Systems in Europe, 2009
      Table 4.64: Most Important Telematics Purchasing Criteria in Europe, 2009
      Figure 4.18: Ranking Purchasing Criteria of IT / Telematics Systems in Europe, 2009
      4.2.6 Conclusion: Road Transport Forecasts in Europe in 2009
      Table 4.65: Road Transport in Europe, 2009 – Summary Expectations

    5.0 EUROPEAN ROAD TRANSPORT IN   FIGURES

    5.1 Road Transport Infrastructure
      Table 5.1: Share of Motorways in European Road Networks (km)
      Table 5.1 (continued): Share of Motorways in European Road Networks (km)
    5.2 National Freight Transport
      Table 5.2: Goods Transport by Road by Country, 2006-2008
    5.3 International Freight Transport
      Table 5.3: International Road Freight Transport by Country, 2006-2008
    5.4 Cabotage
      Table 5.4: Evolution of Cabotage Performed by Hauliers, 2006-2008
    5.5 Truck Production
      Table 5.5: European Heavy Truck Production by Country, 2006-2008
      Table 5.6: European Heavy Truck Production by Country, Q1 08 v Q1 09
    5.6 Truck Registrations
      Table 5.7: European New Heavy Truck Registrations by Country, 2007-2008
      Table 5.8: European New Heavy Truck Registrations by Country, 2008-2009

    6.0 APPENDIX
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