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Asia Pacific Transport & Logistics 2008
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Asia Pacific — the driving force behind the global logistics industry
The logistics market in Asia Pacific is highly complex and fragmented. The region is dominated by China and Japan, one country undeveloped and fast growing, the other mature but stagnating. In addition, an array of up and coming consumer and production markets have emerged: Vietnam, Indonesia, Thailand and Malaysia to name but a few.
Distributing product across such a contrasting mix of markets faces challenges which are unheard of and little understood in North America and Europe. In addition to a variety of barriers to trade, quality of transport infrastructure is often inconsistent or even non-existent. Ports, airports and roads suffer from congestion, leading to additional supply chain costs. Many countries are still not able to provide a stable commercial and legal environment.
Despite this, the region presents fantastic opportunities for investors. Rising disposable income has led to the growth of domestic consumer markets; global manufacturers continue to out-source production to the region attracted by lower costs; and the logistics supply side has plenty of potential for consolidation and mergers and acquisitions for major logistics companies to exploit.
What will you learn from Asia Pacific Transport & Logistics 2008?
Asia Pacific Transport & Logistics will enable you to:
- Identify the market size, historical growth rates and forecasts of the contract logistics and freight forwarding industries in Asia Pacific as a whole and in key individual markets.
- Gain insight into the transport infrastructure of different Asia Pacific countries.
- Understand the modal split in Asia Pacific and in each individual country between road, rail and sea.
- Learn how trade influences the logistics industry right across the region through a range of quantitative data.
- Identify the largest contract logistics operators along with their market share.
- Gain an overview of each country’s logistics market.
Asia Pacific Transport & Logistics 2008 report: At a Glance
Asia Pacific Transport & Logistics 2008 contains analysis and maps of all the key markets in the region including:
- Hong Kong
For each of these markets the report includes:
- Economic and trade data
- Market sizing and forecasts for contract logistics and freight forwarding sectors.
- Detailed analysis of the shipping, ports, air cargo, rail and road freight sectors.
- Key distribution clusters
Transport & Logistics markets
Asia Pacific Transport & Logistics 2008 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.
Economic and trade figures
The 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. Asia Pacific Transport & Logistics also includes an overview of modal split in terms of tonne-kms.
Market size and forecasts
The 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 2011 for the contract logistics and freight forwarding sector. The freight forwarding sector has also been broken down between air cargo and sea freight. Asia Pacific Transport & Logistics 2008 also includes shares for the leading contract logistics companies.
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