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General Transportation & Shipping Market Research Reports & Industry Analysis

Transportation and shipping refer to industry activity encompassing the moving of goods, people, and materials between points of production, distribution and consumption or sales. Unsurprisingly, most shipping employs the use of ships – 90% of international trade is moved, at some point, on a merchant ship – though ground transportation via railroad or truck is also often essential. Even when sea or air transportation is employed as the primary way to move cargo, some land transportation is usually necessary to get the goods to their end destination. Key international players in the shipping industry include China, Greece, and the United States. Companies managing and providing transportation and shipping services are generally grouped within the logistics industry. Supply chains for manufacturing, production, material processing, and consumer market goods are facilitated through transportation and shipping, and efficiently managed and streamlined through the field of logistics.

For consumers and for a large portion of the commercial sector including small businesses, there are simpler ways to ship. These include using shipping carriers like DHL, FedEx, and UPS, which manage commercial fleets of aircraft and trucks.

General transportation and shipping interfaces between numerous boundaries including political or national boundaries (with many country-specific transportation and shipping markets and industries), transportation equipment OEMs and suppliers, nationalized or government-run postal and transportation services, and various supplier and client industries, as well as consumers and independent businesses.

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General Transportation & Shipping Industry Research & Market Reports

  • Colombia Infrastructure Q1 2020

    ... continuedweakness of the residential and non-residential construction sector will partially offset strong growth for infrastructure construction.From 2021, growth will strengthen, with Colombia's construction industry set to be among the fastest growing regionally between2021 and 2024. Read More

  • Transport Equipment in Japan

    ... passenger and commercial vehicles remained virtually unchanged and stood at 9.7 million units in 2018. Production growth was hurt by severe flooding and landslides in Japan which temporarily disrupted vehicle production for Honda, Mazda, Nissan ... Read More

  • India Infrastructure Q4 2019

    ... will help offset natural decline rates, butthe prospects for major greenfield investments in oil are poor. New reforms - which have improved licensing procedures and fiscalterms - pose additional upside in the coming years. The ... Read More

  • Sri Lanka Infrastructure Q4 2019

    ... profile, rising disposable incomes and a growingurban population. We note that while disposable incomes are rising, they remain low which constrains spending to essentials.Staples in the bread, rice and cereals category will continue to dominate ... Read More

  • Netherlands Infrastructure Q4 2019

    ... and 3.6% y-o-y in 2020. Our short-term outlook for theDutch construction industry is further informed by our view that infrastructure investment will remain steady through 2020, withthe market to see robust investment across both the ... Read More

  • Laos Infrastructure Q4 2019

    ... demand for new vehicles, vehicle sales growth in Brazil will outperform its neighbours.However, weaker demand for new vehicles in the region's remaining two largest vehicle markets, Argentina and Mexico, will resultin subdued sales in 2019. Read More

  • Transport Consultants (UK) - Industry Report

    ... AECOM LTD, AGILITY LOGISTICS SOLUTIONS LTD and TRACSIS TRAFFIC DATA LTD. This report covers activities such as transport, planning, consultancy, transportation, transport planning and includes a wealth of information on the financial trends over the ... Read More

  • Road Traffic Signs (NORDIC) - Industry Report

    ... 30 companies, including RAMUDDEN AB, HAAVA-SKYLTAR AKTIEBOLAG and LEXIDOR AB. This report covers activities such as traffic, traffic management, signs, road, traffic signs and includes a wealth of information on the financial trends over the ... Read More

  • Car Transporters (EUROPEAN) - Industry Report

    ... MOSOLF SE & CO. KG, SOC DE TRANSPORTS VEHICULES AUTOMOBILES and BCA LOGISTICS LIMITED. This report covers activities such as vehicle logistics, car carriers, car transport, automotive-outbound-logistics services, logistics and includes a wealth of information ... Read More

  • Belgium Infrastructure Q4 2019

    ... Belgium exposed to a weakening regional externaldemand scenario which is likely to dampen investor interest. The mature power and transport infrastructure networks precludeslarge-scale investment in these sectors, though the ongoing development of renewable energy is ... Read More

  • Cambodia Infrastructure Q4 2019

    ... average from 2019to 2028. The country will be an outperformer in the Asian region, mainly driven by favourable demographic and geographic factors,attracting heavy inflows of foreign direct investments into the transportation and residential/non-residential building sectors. Read More

  • Egypt Infrastructure Q4 2019

    ... in placeover the coming years. The most prominent downside risk to our positive growth outlook is a severe macroeconomic shock orpolitical unrest that would serve to dent international investor confidence in the Egyptian infrastructure sector. Read More

  • Hong Kong Infrastructure Q4 2019

    ... an average of 3.4% from 2014 to 2018. In addition to the slowing residentialbuilding sector, Hong Kong’s infrastructure pipeline over the coming years is thinner than in previous years as the market is alreadymatured and ... Read More

  • China Infrastructure Q4 2019

    ... to invest in infrastructure, both in the transport and energy sectors, to improveconnectivity between cities and to reduce pollution. The construction sector is expected to expand by 4.4%, in real terms, annuallyfrom 2019 to 2028. Read More

  • Denmark Infrastructure Q4 2019

    ... non-residential building sector. Growth will slow, but remain fairly elevated compared with regionalneighbours over 2019, at 4.2%, as railway projects gain traction and renewable energy, notably offshore wind, continues to bedeployed over the near term. Read More

  • Mongolia Infrastructure Q4 2019

    ... Key View: The ongoing improvement in Mongolia's economic outlook translates into a positive outlook for the country'sconstruction sector, particularly as foreign firms increase their participation in the mining sector and support the development ofassociated infrastructure. Read More

  • Mozambique Infrastructure Q4 2019

    ... forecast period to 2028. Foreign investment is crucial toproject realisation as the budget deficit and high debt burden limits public spending in infrastructure, although low businessconfidence in the market will undermine its more rapid development. Read More

  • Switzerland Infrastructure Q4 2019

    ... the primary target of infrastructure investment in thecountry and boasts the most expansive project pipeline, encompassing both domestic and cross-border connections. The roadssector is also attracting an increasing amount of investment, notably in expansion and ... Read More

  • Transport Equipment in Saudi Arabia

    ... to a previous decrease in the oil prices. Secondly, the country’s government accelerated development of the non-oil and private sectors via initiatives such as “Saudi Vision 2030”, aimed at industrialisation and diversification of the domestic ... Read More

  • Taiwan Infrastructure Q4 2019

    ... years of contraction from 2015 to 2017. The 2020 PresidentialElections will be a key event to monitor, as candidates from different parties present their policies on infrastructure development, aswell as the usage of nuclear power. Read More

  • Urban Mobility Hubs: How Stations and Airports are Embracing Digital Transformation in Europe

    ... and airports — that provide the physical and digital infrastructure and services that make intermodal mobility possible, by connecting international, national, and regional travel with last-mile passenger mobility in cities. "Technology innovation will empower mobility ... Read More

  • Support Activities for Transportation - US Industry Market Research Report (Covers 2010-2023)

    ... data sets covering 2010-2023. The Support Activities for Transportation industry includes companies primarily engaged in providing services which support transportation. These services may be provided to transportation carrier companies or to the general public. This ... Read More

  • Panama Infrastructure Q4 2019

    ... including road, bridge, metro and port projects.Efforts by the country's new government to pass legislation facilitating the use of public-private partnerships for infrastructureprojects stand as a source of significant upside risk to our forecast for ... Read More

  • Renting of Land Transport Equipment in Saudi Arabia: ISIC 7111

    ... shape of the Renting of Land Transport Equipment market at a national level. It provides the latest retail sales data, allowing you to identify the sectors driving growth. It identifies the leading companies, the leading ... Read More

  • Transport Equipment in Turkey

    ... by 9%, to 1.5 million units, while domestic sales slumped by 33%. Declining domestic demand was offset by expanding exports, with the EU remaining the core market for Turkish car manufacturers. During 2018, the Turkish ... Read More

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