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Global Contract Logistics 2012
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A tumultuous year for global supply chains
The transport and logistics industry is undergoing a period of uncertainty. Global Contract Logistics 2012 looks at the last 18 months in detail, starting with the optimistic start to 2011, the impact of the 'Arab Spring', a slowdown in the manufacturing industry and the on‐going economic issues in US and Europe.
Not only was the economy a major concern, but natural disasters played havoc to global supply chains. The Japanese earthquake and Thai floods caused disruptions in the automotive and high tech industry, impacting manufacturing facilities throughout the world. Both of these disasters raised questions concerning the effectiveness of just‐in‐time manufacturing and delivery as well as the need for improved supply chain planning for unforeseen events.
Despite these challenges, many global contract logistics providers were able to record increases in revenue and overall industry operating margins rose.
This year the report also includes a Special Feature on Global Supply Chain Risk ‐ How globalisation and un‐bundling of production has altered the balance of supply chain risk. It looks at why supply chains are more vulnerable than ever and includes an analysis of the various types of supply chain disruption ranging from piracy, to floods or quality control issues and describes the response of manufacturers to crises.
Global Contract Logistics 2012 includes:
- Company Rankings & Shares—2011 market rankings and shares for the largest players in the sector on a Global, European, North American and Asia Pacific basis.
- Market Sizing & Forecasts—an insight into the size and growth of the global contract logistics market, breaking the data down into many individual regions and countries.
- Company Profiles—over 20 operational and financial profiles of the world's largest players including, DHL, Schenker, Ryder, Wincanton, Penske, Schneider, Kuehne + Nagel and Toll Asia.
Why buy Global Contract Logistics 2012?
Global Contract Logistics 2012 contains extensive market data, market shares, commentary and company profiles providing essential reading for everyone who needs a comprehensive and insightful view of the market. It provides answers to key questions such as:
- How big are the largest Contract Logistics markets?
- What is the Total Logistics spend in these markets?
- How fast are they forecast to grow?
- Who are the biggest Contract Logistics providers in Europe, North America, Asia Pacific and the World?
- What is their market share?
- What are the latest trends and events in the key Contract Logistics markets?
- What is the key strategic focus of the major logistics providers in 2012?
Which companies are covered in the report?
Who will benefit from Global Contract Logistics 2012?
Global Contract Logistics 2012 is specifically written to provide easily accessible and understandable information to:
- Consultants and Financial Analysts
- Logistics Managers
- Marketing Managers
- Knowledge Managers
As well as all C‐level executives.
Transport Intelligence ‐ analysis you can trust
Compiled by Ti's team of expert analysts led by CEO, John Manners‐Bell, the report combines unparalleled knowledge of the industry with detailed market size and forecasting.
As with all Ti's standard reports, the report is available in PDF format. Research from this report is also available via the Global Supply Chain Intelligence portal (www.gscintell.com).
How to buy Global Contract Logistics 2012
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