London (PRWEB) October 23, 2013
The global contract logistics market has often had to evolve to meet the changing needs of economies by creating new service offerings and expanding geographically.
Today, in the aftermath of the 2008 global recession, the contract logistics market is once again evolving to support new trends in world trade. For example, manufacturers are moving production away from China and ‘nearshoring’ their activities. Furthermore, the geographic spread of logistics hubs is changing and new ones are being developed closer to higher concentrations of customers. Moreover, the industry is experiencing a shift in trade lanes towards emerging markets such as Brazil, Russia, South Africa and the Middle East. As such, contract logistics providers are evolving service offerings and expanding into these new geographic markets.
Ti’s new report Global Contract Logistics 2013 utilises flow charts, illustrative maps and diagrams to provide unique and comprehensive analysis of these trends and developments as well as:
The structure of the market
The dynamics of vertical sector trade flows
Geographic scope and service levels of logistics providers
Manufacturing distribution strategies, gateway ports and hub locations
Contract wins and M&A activity.
Although the current environment is undeniably challenging, the contract logistics market remains resilient and adaptable. Despite the fact that the global market increased less than it did in 2011, there are opportunities abound in emerging markets, within specific vertical sectors and even within mature markets. This report will help identify the right opportunity for your company.
-Analysis of the top logistics providers service range and geographic reach across the full spectrum of contract logistics.
-In-depth study of revenue and profitability trends from 2007 to 2012.
-An outline of major acquisition deals within the industry as well as identification of acquisition trends and developments.
-Regional breakdown of market leaders, market sizes and growth forecasts.
-Extensive profiles of the top 20 global contract logistics providers.
Who should purchase Global Contract Logistics 2013?
Global Contract Logistics 2013 is specifically written to provide easily accessible analysis to support market research projects, trends identification, strategic decision making and competitor analysis.
This report is of particular importance to:
CEOs and CFOs
Retailers and manufacturers
Supply Chain Strategists
Consultants and Financial Analysts
Logistics Directors and Managers
Marketing Directors and Managers
Knowledge and Research Managers
All C-Level Executives
Executive Summary 4
The Dynamics of the Contract Logistics Sector 6
Inventory Centralisation and Distribution Hubs 22
Supply Chain Segmentation 31
Logistics Provider Market Positioning 38
Mergers and Acquisitions 47
Market Size and Forecasts 55
Sector Financial Review 83
Logistics Provider Profiles 94
Agility, APL Logistics, CEVA, Damco, DB Schenker, DHL Supply Chain, DSV, Fiege Logistik, Kuehne + Nagel, Menlo Worldwide Logistics, Norbert Dentressangle, Panalpina, Penske Logistics, Rhenus Logistics, Ryder System, SNCF Geodis, Toll Global Logistics, UPS Supply Chain Solutions, Yusen Logistics.
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