Release Date: 12 September 2006
Release ID: 841
Research and Markets has announced the addition of China Logistics 2006 to their offering.
China: the world's most dynamic logistics market
It has been nearly three years since the author first examined the Chinese market. At the time, one of the key trends was the amazing growth of the country's economy and the transforming effect that this was having on the logistics industry. This is still very much the case, with investment by foreign companies continuing to grow at a phenomenal pace. However the challenges which the author identified then have not diminished and in many cases have been exacerbated by the pressures which stellar growth rates have exerted on developing businesses.
The Chinese economy is presently (August 2006) growing at rates in excess of 10% per annum and this is reflected in the growth in the Chinese logistics market and infrastructure. After focusing economic growth on the manufacturing industry, China is now dealing with the need to improve its transport infrastructure to support further expansion.
The Chinese economy has been heavily dependent on logistics since its growth as an exporting nation in the late 1990s. However the country will need to develop its logistics market and its physical infrastructure both qualitatively and quantitively if momentum is to be sustained.
This updated and considerably extended report includes a wide-ranging survey of shippers and logistics companies present in the market. It provides an insight into the latest trends and developments, indicating many of the problems which companies have to face. It also includes market sizing and forecasts, showing the remarkable pace of development which the industry has experienced and is likely to see in the future.
What information does China Logistics 2006 contain?
China Logistics 2006 contains the information that will make a real difference to your understanding of China:
-- A thorough grounding in the economic development and an insight into the key regions and cities.
-- A review of the major challenges involved in doing business in a complex and difficult market.
-- Updated! A detailed analysis of China's air, road and sea infrastructure.
-- New! Market sizings and forecasts of the key logistics segments.
-- New! A detailed analysis of the automotive and retail logistics sectors.
-- New! In depth examination of air cargo, sea freight, logistics and express sectors including profiles of the major players, both foreign and domestic.
-- New! A market survey of attitudes and perceptions of shippers and carriers (including logistics, freight forwarders and express companies) present in the China market providing an insight into the latest trends and developments.
New market survey
In order to provide an in depth view of the latest trends and developments in the Chinese logistics market, the author undertook an extensive usage and perception survey. Including over 230 shippers as well as logistics, freight forwarders and express companies, the survey gives an insight into what logistics users are looking for, and how their suppliers are responding to the challenge.
The survey provided insight into issues such as the impact of out-sourcing; Go West pressures; key challenges of doing business; performance of suppliers etc
China Logistics Report 2006 is essential reading for all transport, logistics and warehouse companies doing or intending to do business in this market. It is also ideal for banks or consultancies advising clients or investing in China themselves.
The report provides all the information needed for a basic understanding of the country's transport and logistics industry, the companies which are present in the market, and its prospects for growth. It also looks at many of the problems facing companies in China, ranging from economic to structural.
Invaluable sector information
The report includes detailed profiles of all the main transport and logistics sectors in China. It contains insights into the ports, airports, sea freight, air cargo, express and of course logistics and warehousing industries.
In addition to market sizes and forecasts for the express, freight forwarding and contract logistics markets, China Logistics 2006 includes profiles of the major players, both domestic and international.
1.0 About Us
3.0 Executive Summary
5.0 The Chinese economy
6.0 Key industry sectors
7.0 China Logistics Surveys
8.0 Air Transport
10.0 Shipping Companies
15.0 Indicative currency conversion rates
Companies Mentioned Include:
- TNT Express
- China Post Express Mail Service (EMS)
- China Air Express
- China Rail Express
- KEAS International
- ZJS Express
- Jiaiji (CNEX Express)
- CTS Express
- Indicative currency conversion rates
- Contact Transport Intelligence
- Nippon Express
- Kintetsu World Express
- TNT Logistics (Anji-TNT) (see also Automotive)
- Kuehne + Nagel (K+N)
- NYK Logistics
- APL Logistics
- GeoLogistics (acquired by PWC Logistics)
- DB Logistics
- Maersk Logistics
- Caterpillar Logistics Services
- UPS SCS
- DSV DFDS
- Neptune Orient Lines/ APL
- YRC Worldwide
- OOCL Logistics
- China Shipping Logistics (Zhonghai Logistics)
- PG Logistics
- Cosco Logistics (see also Shipping)
- PSA International
- Hutchison Whampoa
- P&O Ports/DP World
- APM Ports (A.P. Moller)
- Shenzhen Gongsuda Logistics
- Jiuchuan Logistics
- China Post Logistics
- Kerry EAS
- Da Tian W Group (DTW)/FedEx
- ST Anda
- Air China
- China Eastern
- China Southern Airlines
- Dragonair (Hong Kong)
- Cathay Pacific (Hong Kong)
- Jade Cargo
- Yangtze River Express
- China Cargo
- Great Wall Cargo
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