Strategic Analysis of Rail Market in Southeast Asia
Indonesia and Vietnam are the biggest sectors for rail freight in Southeast Asia. Together they cover over percent of the market.
Increasing demand for better service and new rail systems is expected to be the biggest decision-influencer.
Most of the rail networks in Southeast Asia are single track, except for those in Malaysia which comprise almost percent of double track rail networks.
Development of intercity high-speed rail systems is of high priority, as it is viewed as a reliable, efficient, and affordable mode of transportation.
The typical life of locomotives is years, after which they need to be rebuilt or retired. However, over percent of the fleets in the region have more than years in service.
Electro-mechanical and relay-based interlocking technologies dominate the signalling market in Southeast Asia.
About this report
This strategic analysis provides an insight into the growth opportunities in Southeast Asia’s rail market in emerging countries. The study discusses key trends, mega trends implications, market drivers and restraints, opportunities, market size, and future rail development. It also provides an overview of the railway operators in Malaysia, Thailand, Vietnam, and Indonesia, and discusses each country’s rail network, mainline rolling stock, and rail signaling systems. The study also highlights competitive factors and competitor market shares. Key conclusions have been provided. The base year is 2014; the forecast period is from 2015 to 2020.
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