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Logistics Surveys 2017

  • ID: 4435756
  • Report
  • December 2017
  • Region: Global
  • 54 Pages
  • TI Insight
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The Logistics Surveys 2017 provides up to date analysis of the key trends affecting the industry, essential reading for companies building their business plans in such an uncertain environment. Each survey reflects latest thinking in the market and the views of senior executives from within the Logistics Briefing network. The results will help to provide independent validation for your business models and input into transforming your strategies to align with customer needs.

The 5 surveys featured:

  • The Global Freight Forwarding Survey
  • European Road Freight Market Survey
  • Global Express Market Survey
  • Global Warehousing and Logistics Networks Survey
  • Environment and Ethics in Logistics Survey

Key Findings:

Freight Forwarding - There is overwhelming feeling in the industry that conventional air freight forwarders will lose volume share to third parties, are you prepared?

Road - Driver shortage – the main threat to road freight operators.

Express - How are Amazon and Alibaba changing the express market?

Warehousing - Costs, costs and more costs, the most important criteria when choosing new warehouse facilities.

Sustainability - Sustainability – not only enhances the brand but also improves profitability, according to our survey.

This report is perfect for:

This report is specifically written to provide comprehensive and easily accessible strategic information to those involved or with an interest in this sector as well as:

  • Global manufacturers
  • Banks and financial institutions
  • Supply chain managers and directors
  • Logistics procurement managers
  • Marketing managers
  • Knowledge managers
  • Investors
  • All C-level executives
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1.  Introduction

2. The Global Freight Forwarding Survey 
2.1 Key Findings
2.2 Trade Lane Analysis
2.3 Profit Margins in the Global Freight Forwarding Market
2.4 Market Performance of the Top 20 Freightforwarders
2.5 Disintermediation in the Freight Forwarding Market
2.6 Impact of Regionalisation On Freight Forwarding Revenues 
2.7 Vertical Market Growth Opportunities
2.8 Use of Online Platforms
2.9 Logistics Confidence Indices 

3. European Road Freight Market Survey 
3.1 Key Findings
3.2 Freight Rate Changes 
3.3 M&A Activity 
3.4 LTL And FTL Growth
3.5 Standard And Express Growth
3.6 New Technologies
3.7 Fully Driverless Vehicles
3.8 Threats to Road Freight Operations
3.9 EC Mobility Package
3.10 Brexit And the Impact On Uk-Eu Traffic
3.11 Diesel Bans

4. Global Express Market Survey
4.1 Key Findings
4.2 Cross-Border Volumes
4.3 Parcel Weights
4.4 E-Commerce Volumes And Strategy
4.5 Modal Change
4.6 Product Mix
4.7 Industry Sectors Offering the Best Opportunities
4.8 New Technologies
4.9 Future Market Competition And Consolidation

5. Global Warehousing & Logistics Networks Survey 
5.1 Key Findings
5.2 Future Plans for Levels of Warehouse Space
5.3 Split Between Shared-User And Dedicated Space
5.4. Split Between Owned And Leased Logistics Properties Across Regions
5.5  Real Estate Investment Strategy 
5.6. Real Estate Development Criteria
5.7 Investment Plans By Type of Facility
5.8 Factors Affecting Location Selection
5.9 Key Requirements for Warehouses And Distribution Centres 
5.10 Introduction of New Capabilities
5.11 Use of Technologies in Warehousing Facilities

6. Environment And Ethics in Logistics Survey
6.1 Key Findings
6.2 Importance to Corporate Strategy 
6.3 Main Pressures Driving Logistics Policies
6.4 Main Benefits of Implementing a Sustainable Supply Chain And Logistics Strategy
6.5 Effectiveness of Formal Environmental Policies 
6.6 Measurement of Impact On the Environment
6.7 Environmental Impact And Suppliers
6.8 The Importance of Sustainability to Business Activities
6.9 Future Commitment to the Environment 


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