Global Contract Logistics 2015

Date: June 8, 2015
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Publisher: Transport Intelligence Ltd
Report type: Strategic Report
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Global Contract Logistics 2015
Despite promising growth figures, endemic inefficiencies within the transport industry remain. What role will new business models and disruptive technologies have in shaping the future?

Data remains key to growth

The contract logistics market has benefitted from strong economic fundamentals in most key markets. The report has found that the global contract logistics market grew 5.4% in 2014 and with more ways to gather and process data, the potential for growth through efficiencies alone is substantial.

The Digital Revolution will have a significant impact in the way contract logistics providers source and analyse their data which in turn will lead to new strategies adapted to a much more connected age.

What are the Key Findings?
  • A compound growth rate (CAGR) of 6.8% is forecast for the contract logistics market from 2014 to 2018.
  • Inefficiencies throughout the industry have left it vulnerable to ‘disruption’ from new business models and technology
  • Automation will play a significant role in shaping the industry through drones, autonomous vehicles and warehouse robotics.
  • Western Europe, the US and China are all expected to have achieved better year–on-year growth rates than in 2013. These markets accounted for 65% of global contract logistics growth in 2014
  • China, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, Mexico, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Colombia and Nigeria are all estimated to have experienced superior contract logistics growth rates year-on-year.
  • The most disappointing market growth region is South America, largely due to poor economic performance of Brazil in 2014.
How do you rate against your competitors?

Global Contract Logistics 2015 includes detailed profiles of the largest Contract Logistics providers in the industry. These profiles include:
  • Overview of company and operations
  • Innovations
  • Major contracts
XPO's acquisition of Norbert Dentressangle, one of Global Contract Logistics 2015 featured providers, demonstrates the value such a company holds within the market. With a strong European road network, established e-commerce solutions and growing freight forwarding operations across Asia Pacific and the Americas as well as those in Europe, Norbert Dentressangle makes for an interesting acquisition target. Global Contract Logistics 2015 contains industry-leading research into development and innovation within the global contract logistics market. The report includes detailed profiles of the leading contract logistics providers including Norbert Dentressangle and its direct competitors.

Companies profiled in Global Contract Logistics 2015: Agility, APL Logistics, CEVA, Damco, DB Schenker, DHL Supply Chain, DSV, Fiege, Kuehne + Nagel, Menlo Logistics, Norbert Dentressangle, Panalpina, Penske, Rhenus, Ryder, Geodis, Toll Global Logistics, UPS, Yusen Logistics.

Ti's unique market sizing data

What market sizing data is included?
  • What is the size of the contract logistics market for the world, 10 regions and 84 countries?
  • The 2014 growth rate and the 2014-18 compound annual growth rate (CAGR) for each of these contract logistics markets
  • All growth rates provided in real and nominal terms for the best understanding of how the market is developing
  • The top 10 contract logistics providers in the world, Europe, North America and Asia Pacific and their market shares in each region.
Innovation in the industry

In recent year, logistics providers have been keeping up with logistics trends by implementing various innovations. In conjunction with this, many new technologies and practices are being adopted to mine a wealth of available data leading to new efficiencies. Global Contract Logistics 2015 considers industry-wide disruptive technology such as the ‘Internet of Things’, drones, crowd shipping, augmented reality and autonomous vehicles. In addition, each provider profile contains information on specific innovations already implemented by your competitors.

Who should buy Global Contract Logistics 2015?
  • Global manufacturers
  • Supply chain managers and directors
  • Banks and financial institutions
  • Consultants and analysts
  • Marketing and knowledge managers
  • All C-level executives
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