Whos Who in Global Logistics and Freight Forwarding 2005

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  • Report
  • Region: Global
  • 202 pages
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FEATURED COMPANIES

  • ABX LOGISTICS
  • C.H. Robinson Worldwide
  • Eagle Global Logistics
  • Expeditors International
  • GeoLogistics
  • Kuehne & Nagel
  • MORE
"Who's Who in Global Logistics and Freight Forwarding 2005: An Analysis of Leading Global Logistics and Freight Forwarders" is a financial and operational benchmarking report. The aim of the research is to provide a detailed competitor tracking guide of the operational capabilities and performances of global freight forwarders and logistics providers. The report provides a valuable source of operational data on your key industry partners and can also be used as a comprehensive end-user reference tool for logistics and shipping departments.

Despite booming volumes, particularly from Asia Pacific, global logistics service providers face a challenging time. Beset by rising fuel costs, capacity constraints, legislative restrictions, shortages of skilled staff, fiercely competitive operators and demanding customers, margins are being squeezed to the limit. Service integration continues to feature high among the strategies of the logistics and freight forwarding industry.

Use the report to identify:

- The changing patterns of global trade lanes - how freight movements between the leading industrial countries are expanding and contracting

- Which companies are expanding freight forwarding revenues most quickly, on a region by region basis?

- Comparisons in net revenue margins and how these have changed for individual forwarders over the last five years

- How Kuehne & Nagel increased gross air freight revenues by 24.3%, though net revenue margins declined?

- How the leading forwarders are developing their IT strategies to meet the challenges posed by integration and globalisation

- Which companies reacted differently to changing market conditions by growing / cutting back on employee numbers and / or branch networks?

Logistics service providers and freight forwarders can research trends in global trade movements between emerging countries such as India, China and the Russian Federation. The report provides an analysis of export levels between 13 leading industrial nations/regions, including the G8 countries. The full list of countries included are: Canada; China; France; Germany; Hong Kong; India; Italy; Japan; Korea; Russia; Singapore; UK and the US.

The report comes with a detailed Excel database for you to analyse and manipulate the data for use in internal presentations and reports. The database ranks and benchmarks your competitors and service providers, and allows you to analyse their activities, operations and performance and run your own internal analysis of the leading players in the Global freight forwarding market.

Examples of the analysis and information included in the report include:

- Growth and decline in revenues by region
- Benchmark gross profits and margins
- Rankings by freight forwarding activity
- Operational comparisons by employees and branch networks
- Five year trend analysis in operating performances
- Compare IT systems and investment strategies

Coverage of the leading global freight forwarders and logistics providers including: ABX LOGISTICS; BAX Global; C.H. Robinson Worldwide; DHL Danzas Air & Ocean; Eagle Global Logistics; Exel; Expeditors International; FedEx; GeoLogistics; Hellmann Worldwide Logistics; Kintetsu World Express; Kuehne & Nagel; Maersk Logistics; Nippon Express; Panalpina; Schenker; SDV International Logistics; UPS Supply Chain Solutions; UTi Worldwide; Yusen Air & Sea;

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FEATURED COMPANIES

  • ABX LOGISTICS
  • C.H. Robinson Worldwide
  • Eagle Global Logistics
  • Expeditors International
  • GeoLogistics
  • Kuehne & Nagel
  • MORE
1.0 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

Table 1.1: Leading Global Logistics and Freight Forwarding Companies Ranked by
Forwarding Revenue (US$ m), 2004

2.0 INTRODUCTION

3.0 RANKING PERFORMANCE IN GLOBAL FREIGHT FORWARDING

3.1 Group Revenue
Table 3.1: Parent Company Turnover of Leading Global Logistics Providers and Freight
Forwarders (US$ m), 2004
3.2 Freight Forwarding Revenue
Table 3.2: Leading Global Logistics and Freight Forwarding Companies Ranked by
Forwarding Revenue (US$ m), 2004
3.3 Net Revenue and Margin
Table 3.3: Leading Global Freight Forwarders Net Revenue (Gross Profit), 2004
3.4 Revenue by Geography
Table 3.4: Leading Global Freight Forwarders Revenue Relating to Americas (US$ m), 2004
Table 3.5: Leading Global Freight Forwarders Revenue Relating to Europe, Middle East
and Africa (US$ m), 2004
Table 3.6: Leading Global Freight Forwarders Revenue Relating to Asia Pacific (US$ m), 2004
3.5 Air and Sea Freight Revenue
Table 3.7: Leading Global Freight Forwarders Air Freight Forwarding Revenue (US$ m), 2004
Table 3.8: Leading Global Freight Forwarders Sea Freight Forwarding Revenue (US$m), 2004
3.6 Global Resources
Table 3.9: Leading Global Freight Forwarders Resources, 2004

4.0 COMPETITIVE ANALYSIS

4.1 Freight Related Revenues
Table 4.1: Share of Parent Company Turnover Attributed to Freight (%), 2000-2004
4.2 Growth in Freight Forwarding Revenues
Table 4.2: Growth in Freight Related Revenues, 2000-2004
4.3 Changes in Net Revenues and Gross Profits per Employee
Table 4.3: Growth in Net Revenues (Gross Profit), 2000-2004
Table 4.4: Gross Profits Per Employee (US$), 2004
4.4 Revenue Shares by Sea and Air Activity
Table 4.5: Air and Sea Revenues as a Share of Gross Revenue (%), 2004
Table 4.6: Growth in Air and Sea Revenues (%), 2004
4.5 Revenues Shares and Growth by Region
Table 4.7: Share of Revenues by Region (%), 2004
Table 4.8: Revenue Growth by Region (%) 2004
4.6 Global Resource Comparisons
Table 4.9: Resource Developments, 2003-2004

5.0 GLOBAL TRADE ANALYSIS

5.1 Global Trade Volumes
5.1.1 Identifying the Largest Trade Lanes between Leading Industrial Nations
Table 5.1: Top 50 Trade Lanes Amongst 13 Leading Industrial Nations, 2004
Table 5.1: Top 50 Trade Lanes Amongst 13 Leading Industrial Nations, 2004 (continued)
5.1.2 Fastest Growing Trade Lanes between Leading Industrial Nations
Table 5.2: Top 30 Trade Lanes By Growth Amongst 13 Leading Industrial Nations, 2003-2004
5.1.3 Export Trends to Leading Industrial Nations from Canada
Table 5.3: Exports from Canada to Selected Industrial Nations, US$ m, 2002-2004 36
5.1.4 Export Trends to Leading Industrial Nations from China
Table 5.4: Exports from China to Selected Industrial Nations, US$ m, 2002-2003 36
5.1.5 Export Trends to Leading Industrial Nations from France
Table 5.5: Exports from France to Selected Industrial Nations, US$ m, 2002-2004 37
5.1.6 Export Trends to Leading Industrial Nations from Germany
Table 5.4: Exports from Germany to Selected Industrial Nations, US$ m, 2002-2004 37
5.1.7 Export Trends to Leading Industrial Nations from Hong Kong
Table 5.7: Exports from Hong Kong to Selected Industrial Nations, US$ m, 2002-2004
5.1.8 Export Trends to Leading Industrial Nations from India
Table 5.8: Exports from India to Selected Industrial Nations, US$ m, 2002-2003
5.1.9 Export Trends to Leading Industrial Nations from Italy
Table 5.9: Exports from Italy to Selected Industrial Nations, US$ m, 2002-2004
5.1.10 Export Trends to Leading Industrial Nations from Japan
Table 5.10: Exports from Japan to Selected Industrial Nations, US$ m, 2002-2003
5.1.11 Export Trends to Leading Industrial Nations from Republic of Korea
Table 5.11: Exports from Republic of Korea to Selected Industrial Nations, US$ m, 2002-2003
5.1.12 Export Trends to Leading Industrial Nations from Russian Federation
Table 5.12: Exports from Russian Federation to Selected Industrial Nations, US$ m, 2002-2004
5.1.13 Export Trends to Leading Industrial Nations from Singapore
Table 5.13: Exports from Singapore to Selected Industrial Nations, US$ m, 2002-2004
5.1.14 Export Trends to Leading Industrial Nations from UK
Table 5.14: Exports from UK to Selected Industrial Nations, US$ m, 2002-2003
5.1.15 Export Trends to Leading Industrial Nations from USA
Table 5.15: Exports from USA to Selected Industrial Nations, US$ m, 2002-2004
5.2 Trends in Global Air Freight
5.3 Trends Global Sea Freight

6.0 ABX LOGISTICS

6.1 Company Details
6.2 Introduction
6.3 Key Management
Table 6.1: ABX LOGISTICS Senior Management, 2005
6.4 Headline Financials
Table 6.2: ABX LOGISTICS Headline Financials (€ m), 2000-2004
6.5 Geographical and Divisional Analysis
Chart 6.1: ABX LOGISTICS Revenue by Geography (€ m), 2000-2004
Table 6.3: ABX LOGISTICS Revenue by Geography (€ m), 2000-2004
6.6 Analysis of Operations
6.6.1 Supply Chain Management
6.6.2 Information Systems
6.7 Industry Sector Specialism
6.8 Global Resources
6.9 Recent Developments

7.0 BAX GLOBAL

7.1 Company Details
7.2 Introduction
7.3 Key Management
Table 7.1: BAX Global Senior Management, 2005
7.4 Headline Financials
Table 7.2: BAX Global Headline Financials (US$ m), 2000-2004
7.5 Geographical and Divisional Analysis
Chart 7.1: BAX Global Revenue by Geography (US$ m), 2000-2004
Table 7.3: BAX Global Revenue by Geography (US$ m), 2000-2004
7.6 Analysis of Operations
7.6.1 Supply Chain Management
7.6.2 Information Systems
7.7 Industry Sector Specialism
7.8 Global Resources
7.9 Recent Developments

8.0 C.H. ROBINSON WORLDWIDE

8.1 Company Details
8.2 Introduction
8.3 Key Management
Table 8.1: C.H. Robinson Senior Management, 2005
8.4 Headline Financials
Table 8.2: C.H. Robinson Headline Financials (US$ m), 2000-2004
8.5 Geographical and Divisional Analysis
Table 8.3: C.H. Robinson Revenue by Geography (US$ m), 2000-2004
Table 8.4: C.H. Robinson Gross Profits (Net Revenue) by Activity (US$ m), 2000-2004
Chart 8.1: C.H. Robinson Net Revenue Growth (%), 2004
8.6 Analysis of Operations
8.6.1 Multimodal Transportation Services
8.6.2 Sourcing
8.6.3 Information Systems
8.6.4 Sales and Marketing
8.7 Industry Sector Specialism
8.8 Global Resources
Table 8.5: C.H. Robinson Employees and Branches, 2000-2004
8.9 Recent Developments

9.0 DHL DANZAS AIR & OCEAN

9.1 Company Details
9.2 Introduction
9.3 Key Management
Table 9.1: DHL and DHL Danzas Air & Ocean Management, 2004
9.4 Headline Financials
Table 9.2: DHL Danzas Air & Ocean Financials (€ m), 2000-2004
9.5 Geographical Analysis
Table 9.3: DHL Danzas Air & Ocean Revenue (€ m) by Geography, 2004
9.6 Analysis of Operations
Chart 9.1: DHL Danzas Air & Ocean Revenue (%) by Division, 2004
Table 9.4: DHL Danzas Air & Ocean Revenue (€ m) by Division, 2004
9.6.1 Sales and Marketing
Table 9.5: Deutsche Post Logistics Units Sales Employees Prior to Centralised System
9.7 Global Resources
9.8 Recent Developments

10.0 EGL INC. (EAGLE GLOBAL LOGISTICS)

10.1 Company Details
10.2 Introduction
10.3 Key Management
Table 10.1: Eagle Global Logistics Senior Management, 2005
10.4 Headline Financials
Table 10.2: Eagle Global Logistics Headline Financials (US$ m), 2000-2004
10.5 Geographical and Divisional Analysis
Chart 10.1: Eagle Global Logistics Gross Revenue by Geography (US$ m), 2004
Table 10.3: Eagle Global Logistics Gross Revenue by Geography (US$ m), 2001-2004
Chart 10.2: Eagle Global Logistics Gross Revenue by Activity (US$ m), 2000-2004
Table 10.4: Eagle Global Logistics Revenue by Activity (US$ m), 2000-2004
10.6 Analysis of Operations
10.6.1 Air Freight Forwarding
10.6.2 Sea Freight Forwarding
10.6.3 Customs Brokerage and Other Services
10.6.4 Logistics
10.6.5 Information Systems
10.6.6 Sales and Marketing
10.7 Industry Sector Specialism
10.8 Global Resources
Table 10.5: EGL Global Properties by Geography, 2003-2004
10.9 Recent Developments

11.0 EXEL

11.1 Company Details
11.2 Introduction
11.3 Key Management
Table 11.1: Exel Senior Management, 2005
Table 11.1: Exel Senior Management, 2005 (continued)
11.4 Headline Financials
Table 11.2: Exel Freight Management Headline Financials (£ m), 2000-2004
11.5 Geographical and Divisional Analysis
Chart 11.1: Exel Freight Management Revenue by Geography (%), 2004
Table 11.3: Exel Freight Management Revenue by Geography (£ m), 2000-2004
11.6 Analysis of Operations
11.6.1 Exel's freight management activities in EMEA
11.6.2 Exel's freight management activities in Americas
11.6.3 Exel's freight management activities in Asia Pacific
11.6.4 Information Systems
11.7 Industry Sector Specialism
Chart 11.3: Exel Freight Management Revenue by Industry Sector (%), 2004
Table 11.4: Exel Freight Management Revenue by Industry Sector (%), 2002-2004
11.8 Global Resources
11.9 Recent Developments

12.0 EXPEDITORS INTERNATIONAL OF WASHINGTON, INC

12.1 Company Details
12.2 Introduction
12.3 Key Management
Table 12.1: Expeditors Senior Management, 2005
12.4 Headline Financials
Table 12.2: Expeditors Headline Financials (US$ m), 2000-2004
12.5 Geographical and Divisional Analysis
Chart 12.1: Expeditors' Gross Revenue by Geography (%), 2000-2004
Table 12.3: Expeditors' Gross Revenue by Geography (US$ m), 2000-2004
Table 12.4: Expeditors' Gross and Net Revenue by Activity (US$ m), 2000-2004
Table 12.5: Expeditors' Net Revenue Margin by Activity (%), 2000-2004
12.6 Analysis of Operations
12.6.1 Air Freight Forwarding
12.6.2 Sea Freight Forwarding
12.6.3 Customs Brokerage and Other
12.6.4 Information Systems
12.6.5 Sales and Marketing
12.7 Industry Sector Specialism
12.8 Global Resources
Table 12.6: Expeditors Employee Count by Geography, 2003-2004
Table 12.7: Expeditors Main Global Property Locations, 2004
12.9 Recent Developments

13.0 FEDEX

13.1 Company Details
13.2 Introduction
13.3 Key Management
Table 13.1: FedEx and FedEx Trade Networks Key Management, 2005
13.4 Headline Financials
Table 13.2: FedEx Freight Headline Financials (US$ m), 2002-2005 (Q3)
Table 13.3: FedEx Express 'Other' Headline Financials (US$ m), 2002-2005 (Q3)
13.5 Analysis of Operations
13.5.1 Information Systems
13.6 Global Resources
13.7 Recent Developments

14.0 GEOLOGISTICS

14.1 Company Details
14.2 Introduction
14.3 Key Management
Table 14.1: GeoLogistics Key Management, 2005
Table 14.1: GeoLogistics Key Management, 2005 continued
14.4 Headline Financials
14.5 Analysis of Operations
14.5.1 Information Systems
14.6 Global Resources
Table 14.2: GeoLogistics Office and Employee Count by Geography, 2003-2004
14.6 Recent Developments

15.0 HELLMANN WORLDWIDE LOGISTICS

15.1 Company Details
15.2 Introduction
15.3 Key Management
Table 15.1: Hellmann Worldwide Logistics Senior Management, 2004
15.4 Headline Financials
Table 15.2: Hellmann Worldwide Logistics Revenue and Growth (€ m), 2000-2003
15.5 Geographical and Divisional Analysis
Chart 15.1: Hellmann Worldwide Logistics Gross Revenue by Activity (€ m), 2002-2003
Table 15.3: Hellmann Worldwide Logistics Gross Revenue by Activity, 2000-2003
15.6 Analysis of Operations
15.6.1 The Americas
Table 15.4: Hellmann Worldwide Logistics Americas Revenues by Activity (€ m), 2000-2003
Table 15.5: Hellmann Worldwide Logistics Americas Forwarding Statistics, 2000-2003
15.6.2 Europe/South Africa
Table 15.6: Hellmann Worldwide Logistics Europe/South Africa Revenues by Activity
(€ m), 2000-2003
Table 15.7: Hellmann Worldwide Logistics Europe/South Africa Forwarding Statistics,
2000-2002
15.6.3 Asia Pacific
Table 15.8: Hellmann Worldwide Logistics Asia Pacific Revenues by Activity (€), 2000-2003
Table 15.9: Hellmann Worldwide Logistics Asia Pacific Forwarding Statistics, 2000-2003
15.6.4 Information Systems
15.7 Global Resources
Table 15.10: Hellmann Worldwide Logistics Employees by Region, 2000-2003
15.8 Recent Developments

16.0 KINTETSU WORLD EXPRESS, INC (KWE)

16.1 Company Details
16.2 Introduction
16.3 Key Management
Table 16.1: Kintetsu World Express, Inc. (KWE) Senior Management, 2004
Table 16.1: Kintetsu World Express, Inc. Senior Management, 2004 continued
16.4 Headline Financials
Table 16.2: Kintetsu World Express Headline Financials (¥ m), 2000-2004
16.5 Geographical and Divisional Analysis
Chart 16.1: KWE Revenue by Geography (¥ m), 2004
Table 16.3: Kintetsu World Express Consolidated Revenue by Geography (¥ m), 2001-2004
Chart 16.2: Kintetsu World Express Consolidated Revenue by Division and Growth
(¥ m), 2000-2004
Table 16.4: Kintetsu World Express Consolidated Revenue by Division (¥ m), 2000-2004
16.6 Analysis of Operations
16.6.1 Americas
16.6.2 Europe and Africa
16.6.3 Asia and Oceania
16.6.4 Japan
16.6.5 Information Systems
16.7 Industry Sector Specialism
16.8 Global Resources
16.9 Recent Developments

17.0 KUEHNE & NAGEL

17.1 Company Details
17.2 Introduction
17.3 Key Management
Table 17.1: Kuehne & Nagel Senior Management, 2004
17.4 Headline Financials
Table 17.2: Kuehne & Nagel Headline Financials (CHF m), 2000-2004
17.5 Geographical and Divisional Analysis
Chart 17.1: Kuehne & Nagel Revenue by Geography (%), 2004
Table 17.2: Kuehne & Nagel Revenue by Geography (CHF m), 2000-2004
Chart 17.2: Kuehne & Nagel Gross Profits and Growth by Activity (CHF m), 2000-2004
Table 17.3: Kuehne & Nagel Gross Revenue by Activity (CHF m), 2000-2004
Table 17.3: Kuehne & Nagel Gross Profit by Activity (CHF m), 2000-2004
17.6 Analysis of Operations
17.6.1 Air Freight Forwarding
17.6.2 Sea Freight Forwarding
17.6.3 Road and Rail Freight Forwarding
17.6.4 Contract Logistics
17.6.5 Other Operations
17.7 Information Systems
17.8 Recent Developments

18.0 MAERSK LOGISTICS

18.1 Company Details
18.2 Introduction
18.3 Key Management
Table 18.1: Maersk Logistics Senior Management, 2005
Table 18.1: Maersk Logistics Senior Management, 2004 continued
18.4 Headline Financials
Table 18.2: A.P. Moller-Maersk A/S Container Shipping and Related Activities Headline
Financials (DKr m), 2003-2004
18.5 Analysis of Operations
18.6 Industry Sector Specialism
18.7 Information Systems
18.8 Recent Developments

19.0 MENLO WORLDWIDE FORWARDING (See also UPS SCS)

19.1 Acquisition of Menlo Worldwide Forwarding by UPS
19.2 Company Details (Historic)
19.3 Introduction
19.4 Key Management (Historic)
Table 19.1: Menlo Worldwide Forwarding Senior Management, 2004
19.5 Headline Financials (Historic)
Table 19.2: Menlo Worldwide Forwarding Headline Financials (US$ m), 2000-2003
19.6 Analysis of Operations (Historic)
19.7 Global Resources (Historic)
19.8 Recent Developments

20.0 NIPPON EXPRESS

20.1 Company Details
20.2 Introduction
20.3 Key Management
Table 20.1: Nippon Express Senior Management, 2005
Table 20.1: Nippon Express Senior Management, 2005 continued
20.4 Headline Financials
Table 20.2: Nippon Express Headline Financials (¥ m), 2000-2004
20.5 Geographical and Divisional Analysis
Chart 20.1: Nippon Express Non-Consolidated Revenue by Division (%), 2004
Table 20.3: Nippon Express Non-Consolidated Revenue by Division (¥ m), 2001-2004
20.6 Analysis of Operations
20.6.1 The Americas
20.6.2 Europe
20.6.3 Asia & Oceania
20.6.4 Information Systems
20.7 Global Resources

21.0 PANALPINA

21.1 Company Details
21.2 Introduction
21.3 Key Management
Table 21.1: Panalpina Senior Management, 2005
21.4 Headline Financials
Table 21.2: Panalpina Headline Financials (CHF m), 2000-2004
21.5 Geographical and Divisional Analysis
Chart 21.1: Panalpina Net Revenue by Geography (CHF m), 2001-2004
Table 21.3: Panalpina Net Revenue by Geography (CHF m), 2001-2004
Chart 21.2: Panalpina Net Revenue and Growth by Activity (CHF m), 2001-2004
Table 21.4: Panalpina Net Revenue by Activity (CHF m), 2001-2004
21.6 Analysis of Operations
21.6.1 Air Freight Forwarding
21.6.2 Sea Freight Forwarding
21.6.3 Information Systems
21.7 Industry Sector Specialism
21.8 Global Resources
Table 21.5: Panalpina Group Employees, 2000-2004
21.9 Recent Developments

22.0 SCHENKER

22.1 Company Details
22.2 Introduction
22.3 Key Management
Table 22.1: Schenker Senior Management, 2005
Table 22.1: Schenker Senior Management, 2005 continued
22.4 Headline Financials
Table 22.2: Schenker Headline Financials (€ m), 2000-2004
22.5 Geographical and Divisional Analysis
Chart 22.1: Schenker Revenue and Growth by Activity (€ m), 2003-2004
Table 22.3: Schenker Revenue by Activity (€ m), 2003-2004
22.6 Analysis of Operations
Chart 22.2: Schenker Structure and Organisation, 2005
22.6.1 Information Systems
22.7 Global Resources
Table 22.4: Schenker Global Employees and Locations by Division, 2003-2004
22.8 Recent Developments

23.0 SDV INTERNATIONAL LOGISTICS

23.1 Company Details
23.2 Introduction
23.3 Key Management
Table 23.1: Bolloré Key Management, 2005
23.4 Headline Financials
Table 23.2: SDV International Logistics Revenue, 2002-2004
23.5 Geographical and Divisional Analysis
Table 23.3: SDV International Logistics Revenue by Activity (€ m), 2002
23.6 Analysis of Operations
23.6.1 Information Systems
23.7 Global Resources
23.8 Recent Developments

24.0 UPS SUPPLY CHAIN SOLUTIONS

24.1 Company Details
24.2 Introduction
24.3 Key Management
Table 24.1: UPS Supply Chain Solutions Senior Management, 2005
24.4 Headline Financials
Chart 24.1: UPS Supply Chain Solutions Headline Financials (US$ m), 2000-2004
Table 24.2: UPS Supply Chain Solutions Headline Financials (US$ m), 2000-2004
24.5 Analysis of Operations
24.5.1 Information Systems
24.5.2 Sales and Marketing
24.6 Industry Sector Specialism
24.7 Global Resources
24.8 Recent Developments

25.0 UTI WORLDWIDE

25.1 Company Details
25.2 Introduction
25.3 Key Management
Table 25.1: UTi Senior Management, 2005
Table 25.1: UTi Senior Management, 2005 continued
25.4 Headline Financials
Table 25.2: UTi Worldwide Headline Financials (US$ m), 2000-2005
25.5 Geographical and Divisional Analysis
Chart 25.1: UTi Worldwide Gross Revenue by Geography (%), 2001-2005
Table 25.3: UTi Worldwide Gross and Net Revenue by Geography (US$ m), 2001-2005
Table 25.4: UTi Worldwide Gross and Net Revenue by Activity (US$ m), 2001-2005
25.6 Analysis of Operations
25.6.1 European Operations
25.6.2 Americas
25.6.3 Asia-Pacific
25.6.4 Africa
25.6.5 Information Systems
25.6.6 Sales and Marketing
25.7 Industry Sector Specialism
Chart 25.2: UTi Worldwide Net Revenue by Industry Sector, 2003
25.8 Global Resources
Table 25.5: UTi Worldwide Global Resources, 2001-2005
Table 25.6: UTi Worldwide Employees by Region, 2001-2005
Table 25.7: UTi Worldwide Global Logistics Centres, 2003
25.9 Recent Developments

26.0 YUSEN AIR & SEA

26.1 Company Details
26.2 Introduction
26.3 Key Management
Table 26.1: Yusen Air & Sea Senior Management, 2005
Table 26.1: Yusen Air & Sea Senior Management, 2005 continued
26.4 Headline Financials
Table 26.2: Yusen Air & Sea Service Headline Financials (¥ m), 2000-2004
Table 26.3: Yusen Air & Sea Service Gross and Net Revenue by Activity (¥ m), 2003-2004
26.5 Geographical and Divisional Analysis
Table 26.4: Yusen Air & Sea Service Gross Revenue by Geography (¥ m), 2001-2004
Chart 26.1: Yusen Air & Sea Service Gross Revenue and Growth by Activity (¥ m), 2001-2004
Table 26.5: Yusen Air & Sea Service Gross Revenue by Activity (¥ m), 2001-2004
26.6 Analysis of Operations
26.6.1 Operations in Japan
26.6.2 The Americas
26.6.3 Europe
26.6.4 East Asia
26.6.5 South Asia & Oceania
26.7 Recent Developments

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- ABX LOGISTICS
- BAX Global
- C.H. Robinson Worldwide
- DHL Danzas Air & Ocean
- Eagle Global Logistics
- Exel
- Expeditors International
- FedEx
- GeoLogistics
- Hellmann Worldwide Logistics
- Kintetsu World Express
- Kuehne & Nagel
- Maersk Logistics
- Nippon Express
- Panalpina
- Schenker
- SDV International Logistics
- UPS Supply Chain Solutions
- UTi Worldwide
- Yusen Air & Sea
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