Global Express and Small Parcels 2017
|出版商||Transport Intelligence Ltd.||商品編碼||304584|
|宅配 (快遞包裹發送)的全球市場:2017年 Global Express and Small Parcels 2017|
|出版日期: 2017年09月07日||內容資訊: 英文||
全球宅配產業這10年間急遽變化。很多主要企業- UPS，FedEx，DHL等 - ，面臨成本上升和 (接收者不在的) 再發送的問題。另一方面，報酬率高的B2B服務，脫離國際金融危機的影響，以及進行電子發貨證明等的技術創新。現在，追求使用了革新成果的需求方面的變革。
本報告提供全球宅配 (快遞/包裹發送) 市場相關分析，市場基本結構、背景情況和最新形勢，今後的企業發展/市場成長的方向性，市場規模趨勢預測，主要企業簡介和產業策略的資訊彙整，為您概述為以下內容。
The global express parcels industry has undergone a major transformation over the past ten years. In the early 2000s, when Ti published its first Global Express Parcels report, the e-tailing revolution was in its infancy. It was far from certain that many of the major express players, such as UPS, FedEx or DHL, would embrace home delivery due to the high costs involved in the number of undelivered parcels caused by not-at-home end-recipients. Higher margin B2B services, especially in the buoyant economic years in the run up to the Great Recession of 2008, drove innovation in the industry, with huge corporate budgets resulting in initiatives such as electronic proof-of-delivery notes, providing for greater levels of visibility in the supply chain. B2C home delivery companies, often off-shoots of traditional home shopping, catalogue retailers were seen as a separate sector. Today it is hard to convey the extent of the change in management sentiment and operational and technological focus with B2C such an important part of the major players' thinking and revenues.
No doubt the external demands being placed on express parcels carriers to meet the needs of e-retail customers will continue to drive changes in the industry for many years to come. However, this year's report will take a different perspective - examining how technological forces have the potential to transform the supply side of the industry from within.
The report features 5 main chapters:
Prof John Manners-Bell is Chief Executive of Ti, Honorary Visiting Professor at the London Metropolitan University's Guildhall Faculty of Business and Law and an adviser to the World Economic Forum. He has over 25 years' experience working in and analysing the global logistics sector.
David Buckby Having obtained a Masters in Economics David is now Ti's resident Economist. David manages one of Ti's core strengths, that of quantitative analysis of a range of logistics markets, including sizing and forecasting. David contributes to the GSCi portal, Ti Reports and consultancy projects.
As a graduate in International Relations, Alexander Le Roy brings a variety of knowledge and interest to his role as an Analyst at Ti.
Alexander joined the Ti research department in 2013. Since joining the company, he has contributed to 9 top selling Ti reports, in addition to the Global Supply Chain Intelligence portal. The breadth of his analysis includes content on logistics providers, logistics markets and supply chain software. Alexander has developed a significant body of work in the evaluation of log-tech start-ups, and holds a keen interest in the latest technological developments in the industry.
Violeta Keckarovska is a research analyst with vast experience in the design, implementation and analysis of electronic and person-to-person surveys. Having worked across a number of sectors, including retail, luxury goods and FMCG, Violeta is experienced in gaining valuable insights across brand perception, voice of customer and strategic re-positioning intelligence campaigns for B-to-B and B-to-C clients.
As a member of the Market Research Society, Violeta brings best practice in research, insight and analytics across Ti.
Andy Ralls is a quantitative analyst at Ti. He graduated from the University of Southampton with a Mathematics with Finance degree in 2014. In his studies, he chose a final year project on actuarial modelling and forecasting and enjoyed modules on statistical distribution theory, financial mathematics and macroeconomics.
Andy has since worked for a top accountancy firm and for a wealth management company. These experiences give him a strong understanding of company accounts and investment products and has given him a wider understanding of the financial sector.