South America Transport & Logistics 2011
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South America—a market undergoing unprecedented growth
Once known as a region of economic and political upheaval, South America has experienced unprecedented growth as demand for its raw materials, oil, agricultural goods, automotive and aerospace parts and other commodities have greatly increased.
China, in particular, has become a major player within the region. In fact, China recently surpassed the United States as Brazil’s top trading partner, the second largest trade partner with Argentina and Peru and third largest partner with Venezuela. Driven by their need for raw materials, China’s trade with South America has increased significantly. For the first half of 2010, South American exports to China increased by 44%.
While trade has increased, the region’s infrastructure has not been able to maintain the same pace. Congestion at both airports and ports, lack of roads and antiquated rail networks are impeding South America’s economic growth and may be a major issue especially when Brazil hosts the World Cup in 2014 and the Olympics in 2016.
What will you learn from South America Transport & Logistics 2011?
South America Transport & Logistics report provides a 360 degree view of the market, addressing all the major issues throughout the region. Amongst others, it answers the following questions:
- What are the major transport infrastructure challenges facing each major South America economy?
- How is the region divided by trading blocs and political associations?
- Who are the leading local providers of express and logistics services?
- What are the best logistics opportunities in each market?
- How developed are the sea, air, road, inland waterway and rail sectors and what are their prospects for future growth?
- How quickly have the contract logistics and freight forwarding markets grown?
- What are their forecasts for future growth?
- How is each countries’ trade structured, who are their major trading partners and what the most important commodities shipped?
- How is each country rated in terms of logistics performance?
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:
- Global Manufacturers & Retailers
- Express and Logistics companies
- Post Offices
- Shipping Lines
- Transport equipment manufacturers
- Industrial property developers
- Governmental organisations
Market trends, developments, size and forecasts
South America Transport & Logistics 2011 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 the challenges which face the region and problems of under investment.
The report also contains market sizing data, forecasts and analysis of the Contract Logistics and Freight Forwarding (sea and air freight) segments for many countries and Express (domestic and international) in Brazil. These take into account the recent economic developments in the region.
Country transport and logistics market profiles
Containing profiles of 10 individual country markets (Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Paraguay, Peru, Uruguay, Venezuela), the report provides maps and details of the ports, airports, road and rail sectors as well as background information on trade in terms of commodities shipped and the major trading partners as well as general economic performance .
Each profile includes a summary of the activities of the main logistics companies in the country, both local and international. An overview of the logistics market is provided looking at recent developments and challenges.
Logistics Service Provider profiles and supply-side trends
South America Transport & Logistics 2011 includes profiles of the leading local market players, including shipping lines, airlines, express, freight forwarding and logistics service providers.
In addition to the ‘local heroes’ the report also profiles the operations of major international companies in each country including, where appropriate, those of DHL, FedEx, UPS, TNT, Schenker, Damco, Agility and many more.
How to buy South America Transport & Logistics 2011
South America Transport & Logistics 2011, price £1095, can be purchased from the Transport Intelligence website: http://www.transportintelligence.com or by contacting Mike Nordmann on:
+44 (0)1793 850025
Alternatively you can email him on email@example.com.
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