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Global Express Parcels 2011
Transport Intelligence, February 2011, Pages: 314
The last year has seen the global express parcels market recover strongly after a tumultuous period caused by the global economic slowdown. Trade bounced back helping the international parcels sector, although bad weather, volcanic ash clouds and serious security breaches showed up how vulnerable the sector could be.
Domestic development was much more subdued. Many domestic operations are still struggling with low margins, and even parcel giant DHL pulled out of markets in the UK and France in an effort to stem losses.
Whilst traditional markets have been problematic, the sector has benefited from the e-commerce phenomenon. The increased trend for shoppers to buy online has been a driving force for the industry which deals with the physical fulfillment of these orders. This trend applies throughout the world, although it has been most notable in European markets perhaps where other sectors have stagnated.
There have been plenty of other developments throughout the year. The global integrators continued to invest heavily in emerging markets, especially China and India, although Brazil and Mexico also proved popular. New routes and aircraft have been added and acquisitions have taken place.
Despite the various headwinds most of the major players remain positive about prospects in 2011 as the global economy continues its fragile recovery.
What will you learn from Global Express Parcels 2011?
Global Express Parcels 2011 has been compiled by Ti’s own industry experienced analysts who spend much of the year visiting the key markets in the Americas, Asia Pacific, Europe & CIS as well as the Middle East to gain an unparalleled understanding of the sector.
The latest edition of Global Express 2011 contains analysis of:
- The state of the express market in 2010 and its prospects for 2011
- Key trends and developments in the sector
- Investments by the leading express companies
- Profiles of the ‘Big Four’ express operators including financial, operational and strategic insight as well as many more regional/national players.
- Overview and analysis of the main express markets including China, USA and India.
In addition, the report contains market sizing and 5 year forecasts by sector (domestic and international) for the following regions:
- Europe (including Central & Eastern Europe)
- Asia Pacific
- North America
- South America
- Middle East
What do the reports contain?
The report contains domestic and international market sizing and forecasts for over 70 individual countries including all major and developing economies. These include USA, Canada, Mexico; EU- 27 plus Norway and Switzerland; Russia, China, Japan, India, South Korea plus many more. In addition the report provides market shares for the leading players and ranking of the largest operators in terms of revenues and volumes.
Market shares, size and forecasts
Global Express Parcels 2011 includes market sizes, growth rates and forecasts to 2014 by domestic and international sectors broken down regionally (North America, South America, Europe, Middle East, Africa and Asia Pacific) and by country markets. Historic data relating to 2008 and 2009 are also provided. In addition, the report contains an exclusive and wholly independent source of market share figures covering the global market and regions. The report also includes ‘Top Ten’ rankings for each of the major regions.
Global Express Parcels 2011 covers a wide range of the largest and most promising express parcels markets in the world. Using the first hand experience of Ti’s analysts, each geographical market overview contains details of some of the key trends and developments.
In addition the report contains profiles of the major European and US express network operators (DHL, TNT, FedEx, UPS, GLS, DPD) as well as a number of the ‘local heroes’ in some of the less well known markets.
Who will benefit from the report?
Global Express Parcels 2011 is specifically written to provide easily accessible and understandable information to:
- Consultants and Financial Analysts
- Logistics Directors and Managers
- Marketing Directors and Managers
- Knowledge and Research Managers
As well as all C-level executives.
It is especially appropriate to Express and Logistics companies, Post Offices, Airlines, Transport equipment manufacturers, Consultancies & Banks, Governmental organisations, Manufacturers & Retailers.
1.1 How has the market fared in 2010?
1.2 Future Prospects for the industry
1.4 The online shopping revolution
1.5 Risks in express supply chains
1.5.1 Volcanic Ash Cloud
1.5.2 Terrorism and Security
1.6 Long term trends in the express sector
2.0 Global Market Size and Growth
2.1.1 World’s Leading Express & Parcel Providers
2.1.2 Leading international express operators
3.0 Major integrator profiles
3.2.2 2010 Finances 2nd Quarter
3.4.3 Operations News
4.2 Europe Market size
4.2.2 Europe Leading Express & Parcel Providers
4.2.3 Central & Eastern Europe (CEE)
4.3 Europe Main networks
4.3.2 DHL Express
4.4.2 Market Size
4.4.3 Spain Express: Leading Express & Parcel Providers
4.5.2 Market Size
4.5.3 UK Express: Leading Express & Parcels Providers
4.6.2 Market Size
4.6.3 Germany Express: Leading Express & Parcels Providers
4.7.2 Market Size
4.7.3 France Express: Leading Express & Parcels Providers
4.8.2 Market Size
4.8.3 Italy Express: Leading Express & Parcels Providers
5.2 Market Size
5.3 AFL Ltd
5.4 Blue Dart
5.6 UPS Jetair Express Pvt
6.0 Middle East
6.2 Market size
6.2.1 Middle East
7.0 Asia Pacific
7.2 Market size
7.2.1 Asia Pacific Express: Leading Express & Parcel Providers
7.3.2 Market Size
7.3.3 SG Holdings Group (Sagawa)
7.3.4 Yamato Holdings
7.4.2 Market Size
7.4.3 SF Express
7.4.4 TTK Express (TTK)
8.0 North America
8.1 Market size
8.1.1 North America Leading Express & Parcel Providers
8.2.2 Market Size
8.2.3 World Courier
8.3.2 Market Size
8.3.3 Purolator Courier Ltd
8.4.2 Market Size
9.0 South America
9.2 Market size
9.3.2 Market size
10.0 Appendix 1 - Definitions
10.1.1 Time sensitivity
10.1.2 Size of consignment
10.1.3 Business to consumer (B2C)/business to business (B2B)
Contact Transport Intelligence
- Purolator Courier Ltd
- TTK Express (TTK)
- SF Express
- Yamato Holdings
- SG Holdings Group (Sagawa)
- UPS Jetair Express Pvt
- Blue Dart
- AFL Ltd
- DHL Express
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