- Language: English
- 120 Pages
- Published: June 2012
- Region: China
Research Report on China's Logistics Industry, 2012
- ID: 2139935
- June 2012
- Region: China
- 60 Pages
- China Research & Intelligence
China's logistics industry starts relatively late. Since the reform and opening up, with the rapid development of Chinese economy, the market demand for logistics industry is also constantly enlarged.
In 2011, Chinese logistics industry sharply developed. In 2011, the total amount of Chinese social logistics was CNY 158.4 trillion, with an increase of 12.3% YOY, but the increase rate was with a decrease of 2.7% YOY. The total expense of social logistics was as high as CNY 8.4 trillion, accounting for 17.8% of GDP, nearly equal to that of 2010. Compared with the 9% of developed countries in the same index, there is still a big gap. The high costs of Chinese logistics are not only related to the backward operation concepts of Chinese logistics industry and low operation efficiency due to the lack of talents, but also the high extra costs faced, excessive toll roads, various kinds of fines, etc.
In terms of the classification of the total amount of logistics, in the whole year of 2011, the total amount of Chinese industrial product logistics reached CNY 143.6 trillion, with an increase of 13.1% YOY calculated according to the comparable prices, accounting for 90.2% of the total social logistics amount; the total logistics amount of renewable resources, units and resident items maintained the high-speed increase, with an increase of 20.4% YOY and 18.3% YOY separately; the growth speeds of the total amount of imported goods and agricultural product logistics were lower than the general level, which were 4.3% and 4.5% separately.
In 2011, the total logistics expense of China was CNY 8.4 trillion, with an increase of 18.5% YOY, and the increase rate was 1.8% higher than that of 2010. Among it, the transportation expense was CNY 4.4 trillion, with an increase of 15.9% YOY, which was 1.9 % higher than that of 2010 , accounted for 52.8% of the total logistics expenses of China; the management expense was CNY 1 trillion, with an increase of 18.7% YOY, accounting for 12.2% of the total logistics expenses of China; the storage expense was CNY 2.9 trillion, with an increase of 22.6% YOY, whose increase rate was 2.1% higher than that in 2010, accounting for 35% of the total logistics expenses of China. On the whole, the logistics cost of China's economic operation was still relatively high in 2011.
Since the international financial crisis, the integration of Chinese logistics market has speeded up, which presents the obvious seasonal and structural changes. With the change of Chinese economic structure, the logistics of automobiles, household appliances and electronic products increases with a high speed; the logistics demand for infrastructure construction dramatically increases; the logistics demands for agricultural products, food and consumer goods steadily increase; the related city distribution, warehousing transit, freight and express delivery, and so on all maintain a high development momentum. In terms of regions, because of the entry into mature period of the logistics industry in the coastal developed regions in east China and the shrinking of foreign trade demands, so the increase speed there slows down; while because of the industrial transferring in the middle and west regions and the growing period of logistics industry in these regions, so the increase speed there is relatively fast. On the whole, the demand of Chinese logistics market continually increases with a bright prospect.
More following information can be acquired through this report:
- Status Quo of China's Logistics Industry
- Problems Faced by Chinese Logistics Industry
- Government Policies for China's Logistics Industry
- Chinese Major Logistics Enterprises
- Sub-industries of Chinese Logistics Industry
- Development Trend and Investment Suggestions of China's Logistics Industry
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1. Basic Information of Logistics Industry
1.1 Definition and Classification
1.2 Status of Logistics Industry in National Economy
1.3 Problems Faced by Chinese Logistics Industry
1.3.1 Excessive Competition
1.3.2 Functional Separation
2 Analysis on Development Environment of Chinese Logistics Industry
2.1.1 Chinese Economy
2.1.2 International Economy
2.2 Policy Environment
2.2.1 Industrial Policy
2.2.2 Policy Development Trend
3 Development of China's Logistics Industry, 2011
3.2 Analysis and Prediction on Supply
3.1.1 Current Situation of Supply
3.1.2 Prediction on Supply
3.2 Analysis and Prediction on Demand
3.2.1 Current Situation of Demand
3.2.2 Demand Structure
3.2.3 Prediction on Demand
3.3 Analysis on Investment and Financing of Industry
3.3.1 Fixed Asset Investment
3.3.2 Mergers & Acquisitions (M&A)
4 Competition of China's Logistics Industry, 2011-2012
4.1 Analysis on Industry Competition
4.1.1 Barriers to Entry
4.1.2 Barriers to Exit
4.2 Analysis on Competition in the Industry
4.2.1 Analysis on Enterprise Scales
4.2.2 Analysis on Enterprise Categories
4.3 Industry Concentration Rate
5 Analysis on Sub-industries of Chinese Logistics Industry
5.1 Aviation Logistics
5.1.1 Overview on Aviation Logistics
5.1.2 Development Trend
5.2 Harbor Logistics
5.2.1 Overview on Harbor Logistics
5.2.2 Development Trend
5.3 Railway Logistics
5.3.1 Overview on Railway Logistics
5.3.2 Development Trend
5.4 Road Logistics
5.5 Post Logistics
5.6 Warehousing Logistics
6 Development of Key Regions of China's Logistics Industry, 2011-2012
6.1 Overall Analysis and Prediction on Regional Distribution of Logistics Industry
6.2 Yangtze River Delta
6.2.1 Region Introduction
6.2.3 Jiangsu Province
6.2.4 Zhejiang Province
6.3 Pearl River Delta
6.3.1 Region Introduction
6.3.2 Guangdong Province
6.3.3 Fujian Province
6.4 Bohai Rim Area
6.4.1 Region Introduction
6.4.4 Shandong Province
6.4.5 Hebei Province
7 Analysis on Chinese Key Logistics Enterprises, 2011-2012
7.1 China Ocean Shipping (Group) Company
7.3 China Shipping (Group) Company
7.4 China Railway Material Group Co., Ltd.
7.5 China National Materials Storage and Transportation Corporation
7.6 CNPC Transportation Co., Ltd.
7.7 S.F. Express (Group) Co., Ltd.
7.8 FedEx Express (China) Co., Ltd.
7.9 Air China Cargo Co., Ltd.
7.10 Chongqing Port Logistics Group Ltd.
7.11 Anji Automotive Logistics Co., Ltd.
8 Analysis on Factors Influencing Development of China's Logistics Industry, 2012
8.1 Economic Environment
8.2 Policy Environment
8.2.1 Industrial Policies
8.2.2 Tax Policies
8.3 Market Supply and Demand
9 Prediction on Development and Investment of China's Logistics Industry, 2012-2013
9.1 Prediction on Development
9.1.1 Prediction on Market Scale
9.1.2 Prediction on Development Trend
9.2 Prediction on Investment Opportunities of Sub-industries
9.3 Prediction on Investment Opportunities of Sub-regions
Chart Total Expenses of China's Social Logistics, 2007-2011
Chart Chinese Freight Volume and Turnover, 2007-2011
Chart Main Policies of China's Logistics Industry, 2011-2012
Chart China's Transportation Infrastructure, 2007-2011
Chart Chinese Air Transportation Freight Volume, 2007-2011
Chart Cargo Throughput of Major Ports in China, 2011
Chart Turnover Times of Warehousing Goods, 2007-2011
Chart Revenue of China Ocean Shipping (Group) Company, 2007-2011
Chart Revenue of S.F. Express (Group) Co., Ltd., 2007-2011
Chart Prediction on Revenue of China's Logistics Industry, 2012-2016
- China Ocean Shipping (Group) Company
- China Shipping (Group) Company
- China Railway Material Group Co., Ltd.
- China National Materials Storage and Transportation Corporation
- CNPC Transportation Co., Ltd.
- S.F. Express (Group) Co., Ltd.
- FedEx Express (China) Co., Ltd.
- Air China Cargo Co., Ltd.
- Chongqing Port Logistics Group Ltd.
- Anji Automotive Logistics Co., Ltd.