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Global Automotive Logistics 2013

  • ID: 2373365
  • December 2012
  • Region: Global
  • 168 Pages
  • Transport Intelligence
Automotive logistics sector continues to surprise with new opportunities

FEATURED COMPANIES

  • APL Logistics
  • DHL Supply Chain
  • Ford Motor Corporation
  • Honda
  • Kuehne + Nagel
  • Norbert Dentressangle
  • MORE

Just a few years ago, the automotive logistics market was viewed as a mature sector with modest growth opportunities. However, the crisis of 2009 was a pivot for considerable change. A swing in demand in developed as well as developing markets has been paralleled by huge growth in emerging markets. In turn, this has created significant opportunities for logistics providers on a global scale.

Global Automotive Logistics 2013 provides analysis of all the major trends, key players in the sector and opportunities available within the market. The report also provides a comprehensive examination of both production and sales markets for manufacturers and logistics providers, including illustrative maps of individual companies' operations.

What will you learn from Global Automotive Logistics 2013?

- A summary of the market trends and developments
- The supply chain geography of the automotive logistics market
- A comparison of global sales and production
- Market sizing and growth forecasts for the global inbound, finished vehicles and aftermarket segments as well as a regional breakdown
- Analysis of the production and logistics strategies of all the major READ MORE >

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Automotive logistics sector continues to surprise with new opportunities

FEATURED COMPANIES

  • APL Logistics
  • DHL Supply Chain
  • Ford Motor Corporation
  • Honda
  • Kuehne + Nagel
  • Norbert Dentressangle
  • MORE

About Transport Intelligence

1.0 Introduction
1.1 Consequences for LSPs

2.0 Background & Concepts in the Automotive Industry
2.1 Recent Trends in Logistics in the Automotive Industry
2.2 Why logistics is important
2.3 Production concepts in Automotive Logistics
2.4 Supply Chain Geography of the Automotive Sector
2.5 Location and size of assembly plants
2.6 The impact of new production trends on transport demand
2.7 Dealerships, Retailing and Logistics around the World
2.8 Different types of inbound logistics operations

3.0 World Car Sales
3.1 World Car Production by Region

4.0 Logistics Spend & Market Sizing
4.1 Methodology
4.1.1 Categories: An explanation
4.1.2 China and Global Figures
4.2 Forecasts

5.0 Vehicle Manufacturers Company Profiles
5.1 BMW
5.1.1 Background
5.1.2 Production & logistics concepts
5.1.3 Approach to Logistics purchasing
5.1.4 Modal Preferences
5.1.5 LSPs working for BMW include
5.2 Daimler (Mercedes Benz Passenger Cars)
5.2.1 Background
5.2.2 Markets & Production Geography
5.2.3 Operational Management at Group level
5.2.4 Logistics Strategy - Mercedes Benz Passenger Cars
5.2.5 Transport requirements
5.2.6 Spare Parts
5.2.7 Looking Forward
5.2.8 LSPs working for Mercedes Benz Passenger Cars include
5.3 FIAT Group Automobiles
5.3.1 FIAT Production locations & supply chain geography
5.3.2 FIAT's logistics and supply chain systems
5.3.3 Lead Logistics providers
5.3.4 Transport Modes
5.3.5 Conclusions
5.3.6 LSPs working for FIAT include
5.4 Ford Motor Corporation
5.4.1 Background
5.4.2 Ford's changing structure
5.4.3 Production Strategy
5.4.4 Logistics Management Structures
5.4.5 Ford Production & Logistics Systems
5.4.6 Ford and LSPs
5.4.7 LSPs working for Ford include:
5.5 General Motors
5.5.1 Background
5.5.2 Routes
5.5.3 Reorganisation
5.5.4 Production & Supply Chain Dynamics
5.5.5 GM Logistics operations
5.5.6 Management Structure
5.5.7 LSPs working for General Motors include:
5.6 Honda
5.6.1 Background
5.6.2 Operations
5.6.3 Honda Assembly Plant Locations in North America
5.6.4 Logistics Management Structures
5.6.5 New Honda Manufacturing System
5.6.6 Implications of Honda's Production System for Logistics Purchasing
5.6.7 LSPs working for Honda include:
5.7 Hyundai/Kia
5.7.1 Background
5.7.2 Production Locations
5.11.2 Production locations
5.11.3 Branding, Modules and Production Logistics in global context
5.11.4 Organisation of Logistics Management at VW Group
5.11.5 KAP & Production logistics
5.11.6 Neues Logistik Konzept
5.11.7 Volkswagen Logistics (VWL)
5.11.8 Trends in logistics at VW Group
5.11.9 LSPs who work for Volkswagen Group

6.0 Automotive Logistics Providers
6.1 APL Logistics
6.1.1 Finances
6.2 BLG (Bremer Lagerhaus-Gesellschaft) Group
6.2.1 Finances
6.2.2 Operations
6.3 CEVA
6.3.1 Finances
6.3.2 Contract Logistics
6.3.3 Capabilities
6.3.4 Customers
6.3.5 CEVA and Automotive Logistics
6.4 DB Schenker Logistics and DB Automotive Rail (DBMobility, Network & Logistics)
6.4.1 Finances
6.4.2 Organisation
6.4.3 DB Schenker: Automotive Logistics Business
6.4.4 DB Schenker Logistics Automotive Customers and Geography
6.4.5 Conclusion
6.5 DHL Supply Chain
6.5.1 Finances
6.5.2 DHL's Automotive Business
6.5.3 Key customers & markets
6.6 GEFCO SA
6.6.1 Finances
6.6.2 Operations
6.6.3 Automotive – Finished vehicle logistics
6.6.4 Network - Road freight networks
6.6.5 Supply - Contract logistics, including container management
6.6.6 Russia, China and South America
6.6.7 Strategy
6.7 Kerry Logistics Network Limited
6.8 Kuehne + Nagel
6.8.1 Finances
6.8.2 Operations
6.8.3 Conclusion
6.9 Norbert Dentressangle
6.9.1 Finances
6.9.2 Logistics
6.10 Penske Logistics (Penske Truck Leasing)
6.10.1 Finances
6.10.2 Origins
6.10.3 Operations
6.10.4 Customers
6.11 Rhenus Logistics
6.11.1 Finances
6.11.2 Operations
6.11.3 Strategy
6.12 Ryder System
6.12.1 Finances
6.12.2 Automotive
6.12.3 Supply Chain Solutions
6.12.4 Customers
6.12.5 Conclusion
6.13 Schnellecke
6.13.1 Operations
6.13.2 Customers
6.13.3 Conclusion
6.14 Syncreon
6.14.1 Operations
6.15 Toll Group/Toll Global Logistics

7.0 Rail
7.1 BNSF (Burlington Northern Santa Fe, LLC)
7.1.1 Finances
7.2 Norfolk Southern Corporation
7.3 Deutsche Bahn Schenker (inc Transfesa)
7.4 STVA/SNCF
7.4.1 Finances
7.4.2 Operations
7.5 Union Pacific
7.5.1 Finances

8.0 Car-Carrying Shipping
8.1 EUKOR
8.2 K-Lines
8.3 MOL (Mitsui OSK Lines)
8.4 NYK Line
8.5 Wallenius Wilhelmsen Logistics (WWL)

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Automotive logistics sector continues to surprise with new opportunities

- APL Logistics
- BMW
- BNSF (Burlington Northern Santa Fe, LLC)
- CEVA
- DB Schenker Logistics and DB Automotive Rail (DBMobility, Network & Logistics)
- DHL Supply Chain
- Daimler (Mercedes Benz Passenger Cars)
- Deutsche Bahn Schenker (inc Transfesa)
- EUKOR
- FIAT Group Automobiles
- Ford Motor Corporation
- GEFCO SA
- General Motors
- Honda
- Hyundai/Kia
- K-Lines
- Kerry Logistics Network Limited
- Kuehne + Nagel
- MOL (Mitsui OSK Lines)
- NYK Line
- Neues Logistik Konzept
- Norbert Dentressangle
- Norfolk Southern Corporation
- Penske Logistics (Penske Truck Leasing)
- Rhenus Logistics
- Ryder System
- STVA/SNCF
- Schnellecke
- Syncreon
- Volkswagen Group
- Wallenius Wilhelmsen Logistics (WWL)

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