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Asia Pacific logistics – dynamic, complex and competitiveWhilst the logistics sectors in Europe and North America are coming to terms with prospects of a long term weak economic environment, the market in Asia offers many more opportunities. The rapid development of the Chinese economy shows little sign of slowing, and its progression from low cost manufacturing base to high value production location is marking a new stage in its evolution. Its influence is being felt throughout the region, not least as its economic stimulus package mitigated the worst effects of the global recession on its neighbours. With billions being invested in road, rail, ports and airports, physical distribution is slowly becoming more efficient and facilitating the development of more sophisticated logistics services. However with regional and global players targeting the market, the environment is getting ever more competitive.
What will you learn from Asia Pacific Transport & Logistics 2011?Industry experts, Transport Intelligence, have been analysing the Asia Pacific market for a decade, tracking the seismic changes which have occurred. Ti’s researchers have travelled widely throughout the region talking to senior industry figures as well as inspecting transport infrastructure projects. Using an unrivalled level of knowledge and experience, Asia Pacific Transport & Logistics will enable you to:
Transport & Logistics marketsAsia Pacific Transport & Logistics 2011 is packed full of qualitative analysis and quantitative data which will give you an all-round understanding of the Asia Pacific freight market. It examines the significant trends which are affecting investment in the industry, both from the perspective of transport infrastructure and the logistics companies which serve it.
The report includes an overview of the transport infrastructure in the main economies throughout the region. As well as discussion of the road, rail, airport, port and inland waterway networks in each country, the report contains a range of maps and charts.
It also examines the logistics markets which have developed in each country, looking at the extent to which they evolved and the key trends which will influence their development in the future.
Emerging countries such as Bangladesh, Pakistan and Sri Lanka are also examined including overviews of each country’s infrastructure and logistics activities.
Economic and trade figuresThe report provides an essential source of information on key economic and trade metrics— some of the key components to understanding the development of the Asia Pacific logistics industry. Each country section has a brief economic overview and lists data such as key export and import partners as well as the structure of trade in terms of commodities shipped.
Market size and forecastsThe report includes market sizing for all the major Asia Pacific markets as well as for the region as a whole and provides indicative growth forecasts up to 2014 for the contract logistics, express and freight forwarding sectors.
The express parcel sector is broken down between domestic and international markets.
The freight forwarding sector is segmented between air cargo and sea freight.Company profiles
The report contains strategic profiles of major logistics providers. Information on these companies includes :
Companies covered include:
Asian Logistics Providers: IDS, Kerry, Kintetsu Worldwide Express, Nippon Express, Sinotrans, Yusen Logistics
International Logistics Providers: IDSAgility, CEVA, Damco, DB Schenker Logistics, DP DHL, FedEx, Kuehne+Nagel, Panalpina, Toll Holdings, TNT Express, UPS
Who will benefit from Asia Pacific Transport & Logistics 2011?Asia Pacific Transport & Logistics 2011 is specifically written to provide easily accessible and understandable information to:
As well as all C-level executives.Asia Pacific Transport & Logistics 2011 at a glance:Global Freight Forwarding 2011 is specifically written to provide easily accessible and understandable information to:
For each of these markets the report includes:
Overviews of logistics and infrastructure along with maps of emerging countries are also provided. Countries included are:
A qualified, independent and unbiased perspective on the key challenges faced by Supply Chain Directors in Asia today. An essential tool for anybody operating within the supply chain sector in an increasingly challenging global economy.