Total Logistics 2018

  • ID: 4450971
  • Report
  • Region: Global
  • Transport Intelligence
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Total Logistics offers a concise, easy to understand view of the industry.

The report:

  • Looks at the current state of the overall logistics market from a range of perspectives.
  • Assesses the factors that have shaped the logistics market in the past and those that will transform it in the future.
  • Analyses the key strategic decisions that have to be made in light of the most important trends, risks and challenges facing the sector.
  • Examines the key regional differences across the world as well as viewing the benefits and risks of globalized supply chains.

The report then features in-depth analysis of the air cargo, container shipping, express and parcels, rail freight, freight forwarding, contract logistics and intermodal markets. This features the key characteristics of each market, as well as viewing its development and structure.

The report also sizes the logistics market, giving the breakdown of the size of each market globally, as well as in Asia Pacific, Europe and North America. The report also features forecasts of the compound annual growth rate for the next four years in these regions.

The report gives details of the key technologies disrupting the industry. As supply chains become more complex, the development of new solutions that provide greater visibility, more information and increased efficiency can give vital competitive advantages.

Inside this report

  • Total logistics market sizing
  • Segmentation by logistics market from top to bottom
  • Forecast growth to 2021
  • Outlook for the major trends shaping logistics in 2018

Exclusive highlights on the structure of the logistics industry

  • How the importance of logistics markets varies by region
  • Outsourcing rates by region for key logistics markets
  • Which logistics markets will grow fastest and why
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1.0 What is shaping the global logistics markets?
1.1 The modern global logistics industry
1.2 Trade and globalisation
1.3 World trade growth
1.4 Global and regional trade networks
1.5 The importance of megacities on supply chains
1.6 Just-in-Case manufacturing
1.7 Modern supply chain management practise
1.7.1 The impact of supply chain management practise on logistics
1.8 Centralization of inventory
1.9 Outsourcing of logistics
1.9.1 Why outsource logistics?
1.10 Evolution towards value adding services

2.0 An industry in transformation: Consolidation
2.1 Consolidation and fragmentation in the logistics industry
2.2 Key industry trends
2.3 Options for growth
2.4 Acquisition strategies
2.5 The emergence of the 'mega-carrier‘
2.6 The future of the global logistics industry

3.0 Logistics market development by geography
3.1 Influences on market characteristics
3.2 Geographic market snapshots
3.2.1 Western Europe
3.2.2 Central and Eastern Europe
3.2.3 North America
3.2.4 Asia Pacific
3.2.5 South America
3.2.6 Middle East
3.2.7 Africa

4.0 The emergence of logistics clusters
4.1 Where to locate distribution centres?
4.2 Centralization of distribution in Europe
4.3 Centralization of distribution in the United States
4.4 Key distribution hubs in China

5.0 Freight forwarding
5.1 The freight forwarding industry: market update
5.2 Structure of the freight forwarding industry
5.3 Modal choice
5.4 Fragmentation and consolidation
5.5 The restructuring of the freight forwarding sector
5.6 Freight forwarding market dynamics
5.7 Freight forwarding profitability

6.0 Contract Logistics
6.1 The contract logistics industry: market update
6.2 Emergence of a global industry
6.3 Selecting the right logistics service provider
6.4 Financial contracts
6.5 Sales cycle times, contracts and relationships
6.5.1 Enhancing value through deeper relationships
6.5.2 Collaboration

7.0 European Road Freight/US Trucking
7.1 Europe road freight industry: market update
7.2 Europe road freight industry: market structure
7.3 Drivers of growth
7.4 Cost structure
7.5 Road freight rates
7.6 Profitability and company failure
7.7 Cabotage
7.8 US trucking industry market update
7.9 US trucking
7.10 US trucking industry - LTL and FTL
7.11 US trucking industry - Dedicated Contract Carriage

8.0 Express parcels
8.1 The express parcels industry: market update
8.2 The express parcels industry: market development
8.3 The origins of the express parcels industry
8.4 Market definitions and structure
8.5 Express operating model - hub and spoke
8.6 Long-term trends in the express sector
8.7 Disruption in the express sector

9.0 Air cargo
9.1 Air cargo: market update
9.2 Development of the air cargo industry
9.3 Market growth
9.4 Industry players
9.5 The air cargo chain
9.6 Air cargo routes
9.7 A sustainable air cargo sector

10.0 Shipping
10.1 Container Shipping: market update
10.2 The origins of the modern industry
10.3 Shipping economics
10.4 The structure of the shipping industry
10.5 Consolidation in the shipping industry
10.6 Ship sizes and infrastructure implications
10.7 Key growth lanes

11.0 Intermodal rail
11.1 European Intermodal Rail: market update
11.2 European policy
11.3 What is intermodal transport?
11.4 How is the market structured?
11.5 Intermodal solutions in the automotive sector
11.6 The North American Intermodal Rail sector - update
11.7 The US Intermodal Rail sector
11.8 Intermodal Marketing Companies (IMCs)
11.9 Intermodal Rail in NAFTA

12.0 Total logistics market size and forecast
12.1 Total logistics market size definitions and methodology
12.2 Total logistics market size - Global
12.2.1 Total logistics market size - Global forecast
12.3 Total logistics market size -Asia Pacific
12.3.1 Total logistics market size - Asia Pacific forecast
12.4 Total logistics market size - Europe
12.4.1 Total logistics market size - Europe forecast
12.5 Total logistics market size - North America
12.5.1 Total logistics market size - North America forecast

13.0 Supply chain technologies
13.1 Increasing supply chain complexity
13.2 What is supply chain management software?
13.3 Supply chain executive systems
13.3.1 Transport Management Systems (TMS)
13.3.2 Warehouse Management Systems (WMS)
13.3.3 Global Trade Management Systems (GTM)
13.3.4 International Transport Management Systems (ITMS)
13.3.5 Freight exchanges

14.0 Supply chain dynamics of vertical sectors
14.1 Automotive logistics
14.1.1 Automotive manufacturing logistics
14.1.2 Production concepts in automotive logistics
14.1.3 Supply chain geography of the automotive sector
14.1.4 Dealerships, retailing and logistics
14.1.5 Different types of inbound logistics operations
16.2.2 Reverse logistics
14.2.1 Trends in pharmaceutical logistics
14.2 Pharmaceutical logistics
14.2.2 The global pharmaceutical logistics market
14.2.3 The role of the outsourced logistics provider
14.3 Consumer goods and retail logistics
14.3.1 Trends in consumer goods and retail logistics
14.3.2 Consumer packaged goods (CPG) sector
14.3.3 Regionalisation of supply chain geographies
14.3.4 Durable goods supply chains
14.3.5 Retail supply chain trends
14.3.6 Diversification of retailer product offering
14.4 High tech supply chains
14.4.1 Trends in high tech supply chains
14.4.2 Transport of high tech goods
14.4.3 High tech logistics services
14.5 Spare parts logistics
14.5.1 Field services/ spare parts logistics

15.0 Risks in global supply chains
15.1 Rebalancing 'external' and 'internal' risks
15.2 Quantifying supply chain risk
15.3 Types of supply chain risk
15.4 External threats to supply chains
15.5 Unknown unknowns…
15.6 Sector resilience to threats

16.0 The e-commerce logistics phenomenon
16.1 e-commerce trends
16.2 The impact of e-retailing on logistics
16.2.1 Warehousing and fulfilment
16.2.3 Delivery points
16.3 Logistics costs for online retailers

17.0 Supply chain innovation and disruption
17.1 The end of 'business as usual‘
17.2 Supply chain logistics: Ripe for disruption
17.3 The 'Internet of Things‘
17.4 Augmented reality
17.5 Drones
17.6 Autonomous vehicles
17.6.1 Autonomous transport in warehouses
17.7 3D printing

18.0 Ethical and sustainable supply chain strategies
18.1 Profits, planet and people - the 'triple' advantage
18.2 Environmental issues in supply chain and logistics
18.3 Government policy and transport emissions
18.3.1 Road freight
18.3.2 Air cargo
18.3.3 Rail and intermodal
18.3.4 Shipping
18.3.5 Warehousing
18.4 Ethical supply chains
18.4.1 Upstream supply chain issues
18.4.2 Downstream supply chain issues
18.4.3 End-of-life reverse logistics

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