- Language: English
- 320 Pages
- Published: October 2012
Global Transport and Logistics Financial Analysis 2013
- Published: May 2013
- Region: Global
- 144 Pages
- Transport Intelligence
The global economy has struggled to recover to pre-recession levels and, since 2011, logistics providers have been reporting a slowdown in revenue growth and profitability. Ti's new report extracts a quarter-by-quarter breakdown of the top logistics providers' financial results from 2007 to 2012.
The report sheds light on the companies that have been able to adapt and excel in the current economic climate and exposes those who have equally struggled to do so.
With such an extensive scope of data, insightful commentary and richly detailed graphs, this report is essential reading for all C-level executives.
What makes this report such a valuable resource?
Global Transport & Logistics Financial Analysis 2013 provides an unrivalled examination of the logistics industry.
The report undertakes a holistic approach to the financial data available for the leading logistics providers from the past six years, assessing their performance both pre- and post-recession, quarter-by-quarter. Who has struggled in the new economic environment and who has flourished? This report answers these questions and provides many additional insights.
The report is an essential tool for senior managers seeking to understand how their company is performing against their competitors through a variety of financial benchmarks.
It is also an ideal resource for banks & consultancies with interests in the logistics sector.
Furthermore, the research is beneficial to the logistics departments of manufacturers and retailers investigating the performance and financial robustness of existing and potential logistics service providers.
The intense scrutiny of quarterly results acts as a great resource when analysing investment and acquisition opportunities, market development and emerging trends as well as aiding the development of a new strategic approach.
Financial Ratio Analysis
Indicators and ratios used to assess the companies include:
- Operating profits
- Asset utilisation
- Return on assets
- Shareholders equity and borrowing
- Tangible asset cover
A total of 20 companies were reviewed and, where appropriate, ranked in order of performance. The analysis provides an examination of ‘Enterprise level' data, but also, where possible, segmented data, including:
- ‘Freight logistics'
- Contract Logistics
- Freight Forwarding
- Road Transport
- Express Parcels
Why purchase a copy of this report?
- The most in-depth competitor analysis tool on the market
- Immense level of detail and multi-dimensional analysis of financial performance against different metrics
- Ranking of the top service providers across various segments of the logistics sector
- Six years worth of data; with revenues and profitability analysed quarter-by-quarter
- Identification of trends and developments from across the sector, including individual segments
- An exclusive study of the asset utilisation performance of individual companies
- An easy-to-read, presentation format you can keep going back to again and again.
This data resource is of particular importance to:
- CEOs and CFOs
- Consultants and Financial Analysts
- Logistics Directors and Managers
- Marketing Directors and Managers
- Knowledge and Research Managers
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1.2. Companies and Segments in this Review
2. Summary and Key Findings
2.2. Logistics Revenues
2.3. Logistics Company Profits
2.4. Logistics Return on Assets
2.5. Parcel Revenue and Operating Profit
2.6. Asset Utilisation
2.7. Corporate Issues
3. Logistics Services
3.1. Logistics Industry Revenue Trends
3.2. Logistics Industry Profit Trends
3.3. Logistics Asset Utilisation and Returns
3.4. Logistics Company Revenues
3.5. Logistics Company Operating Profits
4. All Logistics Companies 2012
4.1. All Logistics Companies Revenue & Profit
4.2. All Logistics Companies Assets Employed
4.3. All Logistics Companies Asset Utilisation
4.4. All Logistics Companies Return on Assets
5. Contract Logistics
5.1. Contract Logistics Revenue Trends
5.2. Contract Logistics Profit Trends
5.3. Contract Logistics Company Revenues
5.4. Contract Logistics Company Profits
5.5. Contract Logistics 2012 Results
5.6. Contract Logistics 6-Year Review
6. Freight Forwarding
6.1. Freight Forwarding Revenue Trends
6.2. Freight Forwarding Profit Trends
6.3. Freight Forwarding Company Revenues
6.4. Freight Forwarding Company Profits
6.5. Freight Forwarding 2012 Results
6.6. Freight Forwarding Overview
7. Freight and Trucking
7.1. Freight and Trucking Revenue Trends
7.2. Freight and Trucking Profit Trends
7.3. Freight and Trucking Company Revenues
7.4. Freight and Trucking Company Profits
7.5. Freight and Trucking 2012 Results
7.6. Freight and Trucking Overview
8. Express Parcels
8.1. Parcel Industry Revenue and Profitability
8.2. Parcel Integrators 2007 to 2012
8.3. Parcel Integrators 2010 to 2012
8.4. Parcel Integrators 2012
8.5. Parcel Integrators Revenue and Profit Data
9. Enterprise Funding
9.1. Shareholders' Equity and Borrowing
9.3. Tangible Asset Cover
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