International Express Parcels – a robust but changing market
The international express market has continued to perform well in a very uncertain economic environment. DHL, FedEx, TNT and UPS each reported positive earnings throughout the year despite political upheavals, natural disasters, rising oil prices and a global economy struggling to rebound from the 2009 recession. What’s more, the acquisition of TNT by UPS will transform the competitive landscape, leaving now just three global players.
What will you learn from International Express Parcels 2012?
The latest edition of International Express Parcels 2012 contains analysis of:
The state of the express market in 2011 and its prospects for 2012.
Analysis of the prospective acquisition of TNT by UPS and its implications for the industry.
Key trends and developments in the sector.
Investments by the leading express companies.
Profiles of DHL, TNT, UPS and FedEx including financial, operational and strategic insight.
Market shares, present and historic market sizes (globally and by region) and forecasts to 2015
Market shares, size and forecasts
International Express Parcels 2012 includes market sizes, growth rates and forecasts to 2015 broken down regionally (North America, South America, Europe, Middle East, Africa and Asia Pacific). Historic data relating to 2008‐2010 are also provided. In addition, the report contains an exclusive and wholly independent source of market share figures covering the global market and regions for the Time Definite sector.
The report also contains profiles of the major express network operators: DHL, TNT, FedEx and UPS.
These include details and analysis of:
maps of locations and networks
volumes by product
Who will benefit from the report?
International Express Parcels 2012 is specifically written to provide easily accessible and understandable information to:
Banks and investors
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, Airlines, Transport equipment manufacturers, Consultancies & Banks, Governmental organisations, Manufacturers & Retailers.