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跨境電子商務全球市場:未來預測 (到2025年為止)

Global Cross-border eCommerce Market, Forecast to 2025

出版商 Frost & Sullivan 商品編碼 918946
出版日期 內容資訊 英文 77 Pages
商品交期: 最快1-2個工作天內
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跨境電子商務全球市場:未來預測 (到2025年為止) Global Cross-border eCommerce Market, Forecast to 2025
出版日期: 2019年12月03日內容資訊: 英文 77 Pages
簡介

跨國電子商業交易(跨境電子商務)在運輸方法上面臨兩種選擇,選擇海運會犧牲時間,選擇空運則會提高花費。大型業者正運用各種物流解決方案,致力解決這個問題。

本報告分析了全球跨境電子商務的物流市場,並統整了全球/各地區的跨境電子商務發展動態、跨境電子商務物流配送方法整備狀況、未來市場成長機會、跨境電子商務物流現狀/整體傾向與應解決的課題、未來邁向成功及成長的策略等資訊。

執行摘要

市場概要

  • 分析範圍
  • 本報告的問題意識
  • 關於跨境電子商務
  • 跨境電子零售業者的種類
  • 市場動態
  • 未來市場動態預測
  • 主要市場
  • 全球市場概況
  • 跨境電子商務的交易夥伴
  • 歐亞橫斷型連網能力
  • WCO (世界海關組織) 的跨境電子商務分類標準

北美市場

  • 市場概況
  • 跨境電子商務的流通港阜
  • 北美市場:成長機會

南美市場

  • 市場概況
  • 跨境電子商務的流通港阜
  • 南美市場:成長機會

歐洲市場

  • 市場概況
  • 跨境電子商務的流通港阜
  • 「一帶一路」(OBOR) 對跨境電子商務的影響
  • 歐洲市場:成長機會

中東及非洲市場 (MEA)

  • 市場概況
  • 跨境電子商務的流通港阜
  • 中東及非洲市場:成長機會

亞太地區市場

  • 市場概況
  • 跨境電子商務的流通港阜
  • 案例研究:Alibaba的智慧物流網路
  • 亞太地區市場:成長機會

全球跨境電子商務物流

  • 物流商業模式
  • 物流商業模式:企業
  • 跨境電子商務的配送態度
  • 在空運、海運的運輸手段
  • 跨境電子商務對航空貨運的依賴
  • 投資跨境電子商務的巨大企業
  • 國際貨運企業:強化國際網路
  • 跨境電子商務:支援IT的供應鏈
  • 未來伴隨數位技術的智慧道路
  • 跨境電子商務中最後一哩(最末端)的運送方式
  • 未來的運送模式與跨境電子商務

成長機會與推薦行動 (C2A)

  • 成長機會
  • 邁向成功、成長的策略性挑戰

結論

附錄

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目錄
Product Code: 9AB2/C7

Borders are Fading with Cross-border eCommerce's Explosive Growth Demanding Logistics Participants to Re-strategize and Adopt New Business Models

The explosive growth of cross-border eCommerce is supported by the increasingly young and urban population with easy access to technology such as mobile phones and tablets. Cross-border eCommerce trade between Europe and Asia is significant, with China being the most popular country for online shoppers in the West, driven by low prices and a wide variety of product offerings such as consumer electronics and electronic gadgets.

Most of the cross-border shoppers expect orders to be delivered faster, leaving logistics companies in a tough situation, due to the limited transportation options. For instance, with the given infrastructure between China and Europe, goods can be transported either via sea, which is time-intensive (35-45 days), or via air, which is cost-intensive (8x sea costs). Hence, to stay competitive in the market, eCommerce companies try their best to deliver products to customers at the earliest by compromising on their profit margins, and the major component that affects their bottomline is logistics. Around 75% of the logistics costs are spent on the last leg of the supply chain, i.e., transporting products from the retailer location to the end customer. Despite these challenges, more participants seem to focus on cross-border eCommerce and improve the efficiency of logistics in this field.

Opportunities:

  • North America: Most of the Canadian eCommerce retailers do not ship to the United States or outsource their logistics activities to third-party service providers. Canadian eCommerce retailers are considering outsourced fulfillment options to expand to cross-border and other international markets.
  • South America: The USA remains the most preferred destination for cross-border eCommerce. However, the share is being cannibalized by China, supported by a growing preference toward Chinese goods. Payment modes, adherence to regulations, and logistics, especially last-mile delivery, remain a major challenge in this region.
  • Europe: Mobile penetration in Europe is high, and more than 54% of the retailers expect mobile to be the potential source of order placement by cross-border eCommerce consumers. Due to logistical challenges, customers get their products delivered slower, and are unable to track them, as the goods are handled by various logistics participants before they reach the customer.
  • The Middle East and Africa: The cross-border eCommerce market in the region is comparatively small, but emerging, supported by high disposable incomes and digital penetration. High trade barriers, red tape, changing regulations, and volatile currency exchange rates adversely affect small cross-border eRetailers operating in the region. With high internet penetration and excellent infrastructure in the Middle East, cross-border eCommerce is set to grow at an exponential rate during the forecast period.
  • Asia-Pacific: Shopping preferences in this region are mixed, with some shoppers focusing on low costs and others focusing on fast deliveries. Cross-border retailers find it difficult as well as cost-intensive to set up distribution centers in major city centers and deliver products within a short duration. As the transportation infrastructure within the region is under development, last-mile delivery in rural areas remains a major challenge for logistics service providers; those with expertise in express deliveries will partner with cross-border retailers and set up distribution centers for quick deliveries.

Growth in cross-border eCommerce is opening up several new opportunities for logistics service providers. As the market is rapidly evolving, in the next 5 years, a continuous adjustment in service offerings is imperative for participants to meet the changing preferences of eCommerce companies and end consumers. Growing customer demands such as next day delivery, same day delivery, time slot deliveries, better tracking, and better management through specialized eFulfillment centers are forcing eRetailers to outsource their logistics functions. The emergence of eCommerce-specific logistics solutions is expected to increase the demand for warehouses, logistic centers, and cold storage. Companies need to break the traditional concept of using a single mode of transport and consider multi-modal transportation for enhanced value.

Table of Contents

Executive Summary

  • Key Findings by Region
  • Market Overview
  • Market Dynamics
  • Cross-border eCommerce Logistics

Market Overview

  • Research Scope
  • Key Questions this Study will Answer
  • Cross-border eCommerce
  • Types of Cross-border eRetailers
  • Market Dynamics
  • Top Trends for 2018-2025
  • Major Markets
  • Global Overview
  • Cross-border eCommerce Trade Partners
  • Trans-Eurasia Connectivity
  • WCO Framework of Standards on Cross-border eCommerce

North America

  • North America-Overview
  • Cross-border eCommerce Logistics Hub
  • North America-Growth Opportunities

South America

  • South America-Overview
  • Cross-border eCommerce Logistics Hub
  • South America-Growth Opportunities

Europe

  • Europe-Overview
  • Cross-border eCommerce Logistics Hub
  • Impact of OBOR on Cross-border eCommerce
  • Europe-Growth Opportunities

Middle East and Africa (MEA)

  • MEA-Overview
  • Cross-border eCommerce Logistics Hub
  • Cross-border eCommerce Logistics Hub (continued)
  • MEA-Growth Opportunities

Asia-Pacific

  • Asia-Pacific-Overview
  • Policy Environment in China
  • Cross-border eCommerce Logistics Hub
  • Case Study-Alibaba's Smart Logistics Network
  • Asia-Pacific-Growth Opportunities

Global Cross-border eCommerce Logistics

  • Logistics Business Models
  • Logistics Business Models-Companies
  • Cross-border eCommerce Delivery Attributes
  • Air and Sea Freight Trade Lanes
  • Cross-border eCommerce's Dependence on Air Freight
  • Big Names Investing in Cross-border eCommerce
  • International Express Companies Strengthening their Global Network
  • Cross-border eCommerce Supply Chain with Technologies
  • Smart Road Ahead with Digital Technologies
  • Cross-border eCommerce-Last-mile Delivery
  • Future Delivery Models and Cross-border eCommerce

Growth Opportunities and Companies to Action

  • Growth opportunities
  • Strategic Imperatives for Success and Growth

The Last Word

  • 3 Big Predictions
  • Legal Disclaimer

Appendix

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