Multimodal Logstics 2011

Date: May 1, 2011
Pages: 55
US$ 1,695.00
License [?]:
Publisher: Analytiqa
Report type: Strategic Report
Delivery: E-mail Delivery (PDF), Hard Copy Mail Delivery, CD-ROM Mail Delivery
ID: M00E0140F8BEN

Download PDF Leaflet

Multimodal Logstics 2011
Unique primary research across Europe that investigates growth areas of multimodal logistics services, key issues and challenges, customer satisfaction levels and future service improvements.

Following the success of its 2010 multimodal report, Analytiqa's latest research focuses on the key issues of interest to both shippers and logistics providers. It investigates growth areas of multimodal logistics services in Europe, along with the service satisfaction levels recognised by shippers, future service improvements and key areas of concern with 3PLs, including:
  • Key objectives for manufacturers and retailers
  • Country by country evaluation of multimodal success
  • Understanding multimodal supply chain benefits and competitive advantage
  • Prospects of collaboration
  • Perception of risk
  • Satisfaction with current service providers
  • Forecast growth of multimodal services
Based upon an exclusive primary research survey with manufacturers, retailers and logistics providers, the report provides unique, 360-degree insight into the key issues and challenges that multimodal logistics faces in Europe
  • but also the benefits that it can bring to the supply chain.

    Unavailable from any other source, this report has been compiled based on Analytiqa's in-house primary research methodology.

    How can this report benefit your business?
    • the latest up-to-date thought leadership
    • delivers in-depth understanding of market dynamics and key issues
    • trusted research methodology and market analysis
    More importantly, the insight contained can be used to draw conclusions that can be applied to either process or strategic planning with the absolute confidence that the content originates from a source that is a consistent, reliable and specialist within the supply chain industry.

    This report will therefore assist you in ensuring that you are fully informed, be your need to devise or advise on a strategy, assess market challenges and growth potential or simply understand customer and service provider dynamics.

    Embracing Multimodal Logistics
      Figure 1.1: Frequency of Multimodal Logistics Evaluations in Europe, 2011
    Adopting Multimodal Solutions
    Competitive Advantage
    Customer Satisfaction
    Future Outlook


    2.1 Research Objectives
    2.2 Report Structure
    2.3 Research Methodology and Data Definitions
      Figure 2.1: Analytiqa Multimodal Logistics Research Participants, 2011


    3.1 Defining ‘Multimodal’
      Figure 3.1: Common understanding of “multimodal” services?
      Table 3.1: Is there a common understanding of “multimodal” services?
      Figure 3.2: Awareness of multimodal services between 2010 and 2011
      Table 3.2: Awareness of Multimodal Logistics Amongst Shippers, 2010 – 2011
    3.2 Multimodal Decision-Making
      3.2.1 Assessment Cycle
      Figure 3.3: Share of shippers evaluating the use of multimodal services less than every three years
      Table 3.3: Frequency of Evaluation of Multimodal Services, 2011
      3.2.2 Board-Level Decision-Making
      Table 3.4: Multimodal Board Level Decision Making in Europe, 2011
      Figure 3.4: Board-level Consideration of Multimodal Services in Europe, 2011
    3.3 Chapter Summary: Key Findings


    4.1 Using Multimodal Logistics
      Figure 4.1: Share of shippers currently using multimodal logistics services, 2011
      Table 4.1: Extent to which shippers currently use multimodal services, 2011
      Figure 4.2: Share of shippers allocating budget to pursue a multimodal strategy, 2011
      Table 4.2: Allocation of budget to address multimodal logistics in 2011
    4.2 Multimodal Action-points and Objectives
      Figure 4.3: Cost-benefit analysis ranks top of shippers’ multimodal agenda, 2011
      Table 4.3: Shippers’ key Multimodal Logistics Objectives, 2011
    4.3 Industry Sector Adoption
      Figure 4.4: Which sectors lead the way in Multimodal Logistics, 2011?
      Table 4.4: European Industry Sectors Most Receptive to Multimodal Logistics, 2011
    4.4 Multimodal Logistics in Europe
      Figure 4.5: LSPs ranking of shippers as most advanced in adopting multimodal services, 2011
      Table 4.5: LSPs evaluate implementation of Multimodal Logistics in Europe, 2011
      Table 4.6: Shippers evaluate implementation of Multimodal Logistics in Europe, 2011
      Figure 4.6: Shippers ranking of countries most open to adopting multimodal services, 2011
    4.5 Chapter Summary: Key Findings


    5.1 Contribution of multimodal logistics to competitive advantage
      Figure 5.1: Share of shippers yet to achieve competitive advantage through multimodal services, 2011
      Table 5.1: Extent to which shippers achieve competitive advantage through multimodal services, 2011
    5.2 Multimodal Challenges
      5.2.1 Service Quality
      5.2.2 Financial Cost
      5.2.3 Environmental Sustainability
      Figure 5.2: Multimodal ranking of concerns amongst shippers, 2011
      Table 5.2: Top three issues regarding the use of multimodal logistics, 2011
    5.3 Perceived Shipper Objections
      5.3.1 Quality of Service and Communication
      5.3.2 Perception of Risk
      5.3.3 Financial Cost
    5.4 Multimodal Benefits
      5.4.1 Logistics Providers’ Perspective
      Figure 5.3: Shippers do not appreciate all the benefits of Multimodal Logistics
      Table 5.3: Understanding the Contribution of Multimodal Logistics, 2011
      5.4.2 Shippers’ Perspective
        Supply Chain Efficiency
        Service Quality
        Environmental Considerations
    5.5 Chapter Summary: Key Findings


    6.1 Delivering Results via Multimodal Services
      6.1.1 A Shipper’s Perspective
      Table 6.1: Multimodal logistics Customer Satisfaction, 2011
      Figure 6.1: Room for Improvement in Multimodal Logistics Providers, 2011
      6.1.2 A Logistics Provider’s Perspective
        3PLs: We must do better
      Figure 6.2: The quality of multimodal services must improve in Europe, 2011
      Table 6.2: Rating the provision of multimodal services in Europe, 2011
    6.2 Chapter Summary: Key Findings


    7.1 Shippers’ Supply Chain Challenges
      7.1.1 Cost Stability
      7.1.2 Service Differentiation
    7.2 Addressing Supply Chain Challenges
      Figure 7.1: Multimodal services help reduce supply chain costs, 2011
      Table 7.1: Addressing supply chain challenges with a multimodal model, 2011
    7.3 Improving Multimodal Services
      7.3.1 Customer Centricity
      7.3.2 Multimodal Capabilities
      7.3.3 Multimodal Design
    7.4 Promoting Multimodal Logistics
      Multimodal Marketing
      Collaboration for Customisation
      Investing in Infrastructure
      Multimodal Security
    7.5 Multimodal Growth
      Table 7.2: Forecasted Growth of Multimodal Logistics in Europe, 2011-2012
      7.5.1 Shippers
      Figure 7.2: Share of non-users set to embrace multimodal by the end of 2013
      Table 7.3: Assessing future adoption of multimodal services by non-users, 2011
      7.5.2 Logistics Providers
      Figure 7.3: Share of logistics providers introducing multimodal services by 2012
      Table 7.4: Assessing future adoption of multimodal services by logistics providers, 2011
    7.6 Chapter Summary: Key Findings

    Skip to top

    UK Multimodal Logistics 2010 US$ 1,395.00 Apr, 2010 · 45 pages
    Technology Across the Supply Chain US$ 1,695.00 Oct, 2005 · 105 pages
    Global Contract Logistics Database US$ 5,095.00 Jun, 2013
    Rail Freight in Europe US$ 795.00 Feb, 2011 · 38 pages

    Ask Your Question

    Multimodal Logstics 2011
    Company name*:
    Contact person*:
    Request invoice
    Your enquiry:
    Please click on a Check Box below to confirm you are not a robot: