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Middle East Transport & Logistics Markets 2010
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The Middle East-a resilient but challenging market
Many of the Middle East economies have proved to be amongst the most resilient in the world—riding out the global economic downturn. However even this oil and gas rich region has not been totally immune, as evidenced by the need for Abu Dhabi to bale out its neighbour Dubai following the collapse of its construction and real estate markets.
Despite this the underlying fundamentals for growth in the region’s transport and logistics industry are still very good. Plans to create air and sea hubs at various locations are well underway.
The Gulf States in particular have shown breathtaking ambition in their development of ports and airports, and investment in road and rail projects is still on-going despite the crisis in the financial sector.
Other countries in the region also have plans to develop their transport infrastructure. Egypt and Jordan, for instance, have realised that economic growth is only possible if a vibrant supply-side logistics industry exists, and the necessary infrastructure has been built to move goods in and out of their countries.
Perhaps one of the most challenging issues faced by companies wishing to serve the region is its lack of homogeneity. Vibrant economies with strong transport, IT, regulatory and legislative systems are located next to closed, and in the case of Iraq , war-torn countries.
To navigate their way through this complex environment many international companies use local partners but, as has been shown by companies such as Kuwait-headquartered Agility, the challenges can also bring about many opportunities.
What will you learn from Middle East Transport & Logistics 2010
Middle East Transport & Logistics 2010, profiling all the major countries in the region, will enable you to answer the following questions:
- What are the major trends affecting the development of the Middle Eastern logistics industry?
- Which are the biggest ports and airports in the region and where are they?
- Where are the biggest logistics infrastructure development projects?
- Which companies are developing pan-Middle Eastern road networks?
- How big are the Express Parcels, Contract Logistics and Freight Forwarding industries and how fast are they growing?
- What plans are there to develop the rail industry?
- What are the challenges involved in developing cross-border services?
- How are the biggest locally based logistics providers performing?
This report is specifically written to provide easily accessible and understandable information to:
- Consultants and Financial Analysts
- Logistics Directors and Managers
- Marketing Directors and Managers
- Knowledge and Research Managers
As well as all C-level executives.
It is especially appropriate to:
- Express and Logistics companies
- Post Offices
- Shipping Lines
- Transport equipment manufacturers
- Industrial property developers
- Governmental organisations
- Manufacturers & Retailers
Market trends, developments, size and forecasts
Middle East Transport & Logistics 2010 contains analysis of the latest trends and developments affecting the region. It provides insight into the key transportation sectors (air, sea, road and rail), detailing how massive investment programmes have transformed the region’s transport infrastructure.
The report also contains market sizing data and analysis of the Contract Logistics, Express (domestic and international) and Freight Forwarding (sea and air freight) segments as well as market forecasts. These take into account the recent economic developments in the region.
Analysis of the logistics industry includes overviews of temperature controlled, automotive spare parts, oil and gas and construction sectors.
Country transport and logistics market profiles
Containing profiles of 12 individual country markets (Bahrain, Egypt, Iran, Iraq, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Syria, United Arab Emirates), the report provides maps and details of the ports, airports, road and rail sectors as well as background information on trading partners and economic performance.
Each profile includes a summary of the activities in the country of the main logistics companies, both local and international.
Logistics Service Provider profiles and supply-side trends
Middle East Transport & Logistics 2010 includes extended profiles of the biggest local players, including Agility and Aramex; details of the operations of DHL, FedEx, UPS and TNT as well as a host of other local and international players in markets as diverse as Egypt, Iraq, Lebanon and the UAE.
Where available the profiles include latest financial analysis; network and agent information as well as operational and strategic updates.
How to buy Middle East Transport & Logistics 2010
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