Turkish Logistics Industry Research 2011

Date: July 1, 2011
Pages: 105
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Publisher: Quattro Business Consulting
Report type: Strategic Report
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Turkish Logistics Industry Research 2011
The aim of Turkish Logistics Industry Research 2011 is to expose the current profile of the logistics industry which is growing rapidly and continuously in Turkey as well as all over the world and to match logistic service providers and their customers on a base of accurate, scientific and up to date information by means of this profile.

This is the only real ‘Logistics Industry Research’ carried out in Turkey after TLIR 2008 conducted by Quattro Business Consulting as well in terms of resources, geographical extensity, industrial scope and content.

Some of the questions intended to be answered by the research are as follows:
  • What are the services offered or planned to be offered in near future by logistic service providers?
  • What are the industry-specific logistic services?
  • What are the customer expectations from logistic service providers?
  • What are the logistic costs, service levels, customer satisfaction and effects on employees in relation with the services received?
  • What are the services planned to be received by customers in near future?
  • What are the considerations of customers for choosing a logistic service provider? What is the course of the choosing process?
  • What are the scope and average terms of contracts between logistic service providers and their customers?
  • What are the effects of economic crisis on the Logistics Industry of Turkey and what are the future expectations and predictions related to the market?
  • How information systems utilized in logistics industry and what is the utilization level?
Based on the results of the Turkish Logistics Industry Research 2011 considered together with the information provided by TLIR 2002 and TLIR 2008, it can be seen that the logistics industry is growing faster than the GNP of Turkey in recent years. This high growth rate influences the dynamics of the industry profoundly as well. It is not possible anymore to determine the changing dynamics and requirements of the logistics industry based only on the information and experiences of the past without researching.

In TLIR 2011, not only the services provided by logistic service providers, but also the logistics activities conducted by customers through their own means are focused as well. Thus, the new trends of the industry happened to be determined, on the other hand the barriers and opportunities to the industry are examined thoroughly.

The future expectations of the service providers are linked with the customers and analyzed together in the research in order obtain an evaluation with a 360 degrees perspective. Hence, it is searched whether the logistics industry planning the projects to be implemented based on the expectations of the target group or not.

Presenting a clear profile of the logistics industry is a long-term process. Therefore, this research and suchlike studies being repeated in the future as well and continuously reviewing the fields to be focused and the research variables in line with the results of this research and collecting and analyzing the relevant data are extremely important and necessary.
I-EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

INTRODUCTION
ABOUT THE RESEARCH
AIM OF THE RESEARCH
TARGET GROUP OF THE RESEARCH
SCOPE OF THE RESEARCH
  PART 1: ABOUT THE TURKISH LOGISTICS SECTOR
  PART 2: TURKISH LOGISTICS SECTOR RESEARCH 2011
  PART 3: TURKISH LOGISTICS SECTOR GUIDE
METHODOLOGY
LITERATURE SURVEY
SECTOR RESEARH
KEY FOUNDINGS
LOGISTICS SECTOR GENERAL FOUNDINGS
LOGISTICS SERVICE PROVIDERS
LOGISTICS SERVICE CUSTOMERS
CONCLUSION
ABOUT QUATTRO BUSINESS CONSULTING
ABOUT ARTI MARKA RESEARCH

II-TURKISH LOGISTICS SECTOR RESEARCH

1 TURKISH LOGISTICS SECTOR

1.1 INTRODUCTION
1.2 OVERVIEW OF MAKROECONOMIC DATA
  1.2.1 SECTORAL DISTRIBUTION OF GDP
  1.2.2 SIZE OF FOREIGN TRADE
1.3 TURKISH LOGISTICS SECTOR
  1.3.1 INVESTMENTS
  1.3.2 TRANSPORTATION BASED ON MODES
  1.3.3 DEVELOPMENTS ABOUT TURKISH LOGISTICS SECTOR
1.4 TRENDS WILL SHAPE LOGISTICS SECTOR
  1.4.1 LONG TERM RELATIONSHIPS
  1.4.2 COSTS OF LOGISTICS
  1.4.3 INSTALLATION OF COMPREHENSIVE SUPPLY CHAIN
  1.4.4 CHANGING COMPANY PROFILES
  1.4.5 CUSTOMER/SECTOR FOCUS AND LOCAL EXPERIENCE
  1.4.6 EFFICIENCY/OPTIMIZATION
  1.4.7 COLLOBORATIONS, MERGERS AND ACQUISITIONS
  1.4.8 GREEN LOGISTICS, SUSTANIBALE DEVELOPMENT
  1.4.9 SUITABLE USAGE OF THE TECHNOLOGY
  1.4.10 E-TRASH
  1.4.11 E-TRADE
  1.4.12 RISK MANAGEMENT

2 LOGISTICS SERVICE PROVIDERS

2.1 PARTICIPANT PROFILE
  2.1.1 GEOGRAPHICAL DISPERSION
  2.1.2 SERVICE PROVIDED INDUSTRIES
  2.1.3 ACTIVITY PERIOD
  2.1.4 CAPITAL STRUCTRE
  2.1.5 DISPERSION OF OFFICE AND CONTACT OFFICE
  2.1.6 DISPERSION OF OVERSEAS CONTACT OFFICE,WHAREHOUSE, DISTRIBUTION CENTER AND AGENCY
2.2 SERVICE PROFILE
  2.2.1 PROVIDED SERVICES
  2.2.2 SERVICE PROVIDED INDUSTRIES
2.3 SALES NUMBERS
  2.3.1 COMPANY SALES (2010)
  2.3.2 CHANGE IN LOCAL SALES (2010)
  2.3.3 CHANGE IN OVERSEAS SALES (2010)
  2.3.4 EXPECTATIONS ON LOCAL AND OVERSEAS SALES (2011)
  2.3.5 SIZE OF THE LOGISTICS SECTOR
2.4 STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT ACTIVITIES
2.5 PROJECTS
  2.5.1 ONGOING PROJECTS
  2.5.2 PLANNED PROJECTS
2.6 OPERATION
  2.6.1 GEOGRAPHICAL DISPERSION OF WHAREHOUSES AND DISTRIBUTION CENTERS
  2.6.2 NUMBER OF WHAREHOUSES AND DISTRIBUTION CENTERS
  2.6.3 DISPERSION OF SHIPPING
  2.6.4 CERTIFICATES
  2.6.5 SEA TRANSPORTATION COMPANIES
  2.6.6 SOFTWARES USED
2.7 MARKETING
  2.7.1 CUSTOMER PROFILE
2.8 HUMAN RESOURCES

3 LOGISTICS SERVICE CUSTOMERS

3.1 PARTICIPANT PROFILE
  3.1.1 GEOGRAPHICAL DISPERSION
  3.1.2 ACTIVITY PERIOD
  3.1.3 SERVICE PROVIDED INDUSTRIES
  3.1.4 PRODUCTION CONDITION OF CUSTOMERS
  3.1.5 CAPITAL STRUCTURE
3.2 SALES NUMBERS
  3.2.1 CUSTOMER SALES (CHANGE İN 2009-2010)
  3.2.2 CHANGE IN OVERSEAS SALES (2009-2010)
  3.2.3 SALES EXPECTATIONS (2011)
  3.2.4 SALES OF CUSTOMERS
  3.2.5 REASONS TO RECEIVE SERVICE FROM A LOGISTICS COMPANY
3.3 OPERATION
  3.3.1 DISPERSION OF CUSTOMERS’ WHAREHOUSES AND DISTRIBUTION CENTERS
  3.3.2 CUSTOMERS’ S SHIPPING STRUCTURE
  3.3.3 OUTSOURCED LOGICTICS SERVICES
  3.3.4 COMPANIES DO NOT OUTSOURCE LOGISTICS SERVICES
3.4 GENERAL INFORMATION ABOUT COMPANIES
  3.4.1 NUMBER OF EMPLOYEES
  3.4.2 PROJECTS
3.5 EVALUATION OF TEXTILE/OUTFİT INDUSTRY IN TERMS OF LOGISTICS ACTIVITIES
3.6 EVALUATION OF RETAIL INDUSTRY IN TERMS OF LOGISTICS ACTIVITIES
3.7 EVALUATION OF HEALTH AND MEDICINE INDUSTRY IN TERMS OF LOGISTICS ACTIVITIES
3.8 EVALUATION OF CHEMISTRY INDUSTRY IN TERMS OF LOGISTICS ACTIVITIES
3.9 EVALUATION OF AUTOMATIVE INDUSTRY IN TERMS OF LOGISTICS ACTIVITIES
3.10 EVALUATION OF CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY IN TERMS OF LOGISTICS ACTIVITIES
3.11 EVALUATION OF FMCG INDUSTRY IN TERMS OF LOGISTICS ACTIVITIES
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