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Global Chemical Logistics 2013

  • Published: December 2013
  • Region: Global
  • 88 Pages
  • Transport Intelligence
The chemical industry is growing and offers real opportunities to those in a position to exploit it

FEATURED COMPANIES

  • Alfred Talke
  • Brenntag
  • De Rijke
  • Hoyer
  • Quality Distribution
  • Stolt Nielsen
  • MORE

The chemical industry is undergoing huge change. Some of this change is driven by well established trends such as the growth of the Chinese economy or other emerging markets. Other aspects are more recent such as the effect of shale-gas production in the US. Both are remaking the structure of the chemical sector and the logistics capabilities that support it.

The market for chemical logistics worldwide is likely to grow in-line with the expansion of the chemical sector generally. However, extrapolating from short-term trends is difficult and dangerous. The chemical sector offers real opportunities to logistics providers but success will only come to those who not only identify new opportunities but also put themselves in a position to exploit them.
What will you learn from Global Chemical Logistics 2013?

Global Chemical Logistics 2013 will provide you with:

- Global market size and growth figures
- Analysis of sales volumes by region
- Identification of the major chemical production locations
- Supply chain segments
- Chemical storage provider profiles
- Tank container provider profiles
- Downstream chemical logistics service provider details
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Executive Summary

1.0 Introduction
1.1 Regional Breakdown of Growth and Production
1.2 Europe Market Breakdown
1.3 Trade Patterns

2.0 Market Sizing
2.1 Market Size Methodology
2.2 Market Size
2.3 Comparative Growth Rates
2.4 Forecast for Growth

3.0 Geography
3.1 Asia Pacific
3.1.1 Production Geography – China
3.1.2 Production Geography – Singapore
3.2 Europe
3.2.1 Production Geography
3.2.2 Chemical Infrastructure
3.2.2.1 Pipelines
3.2.2.2 Transport Mode
3.2.2.3 Ports
3.3 Middle East
3.3.1 Production Geography
3.3.2 Chemical Infrastructure
3.3.2.1 Pipelines
3.3.2.2 Ports
3.3.2.3 Rail
3.3.2.4 Road
3.4 North America
3.4.1 Production Geography - United States
3.4.2 Chemical Infrastructure
3.4.2.1 Pipelines

4.0 Chemical Logistics Markets
4.1 Bulk Storage
4.1.1 Market Size
4.1.2 Bulk Storage Providers
4.1.2.1 Alfred Talke
4.1.2.2 De Rijke
4.1.2.3 Oiltanking 4.1.2.4 Royal Vopak
4.2 Chemical Tankers
4.3 Tank Containers
4.3.1 Tank Container Providers
4.3.1.1 Hoyer
4.3.1.2 Stolt Nielsen
4.4 Railways
4.4.1 Europe
4.4.2 North America
4.5 Barges
4.5.1 Europe
4.5.2 North America and China

5.0 Down-Stream Logistics Service Providers
5.1 Europe
5.1.1 DB Schenker
5.1.2 Norbert Dentressangle
5.1.3 Other
5.2 North America
5.2.1 BNSF
5.2.2 CSX
5.2.3 Dupre
5.2.4 Quality Distribution
5.2.5 Schneider National
5.2.6 Trimac
6.0 Chemical Distributors
6.1 Overview
6.2 Top 10 Chemical Distributors
6.2.1 Brenntag
6.2.2 Univar

7.0 Major Chemical Provider’s Logistics Supply Chain
7.1 Top 10 Chemical Companies
7.1.1 BASF
7.1.2 Dow
7.1.3 INEOS
7.1.4 SABIC

Contact

- Alfred Talke
- BASF
- BNSF
- Brenntag
- CSX
- DB Schenker
- De Rijke
- Dow
- Dupre
- Hoyer
- INEOS
- Norbert Dentressangle
- Quality Distribution
- SABIC
- Schneider National
- Stolt Nielsen
- Trimac
- Univar

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