Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/gk3cg4/global_express) has announced the addition of the "Global Express & Small Parcels 2015" report to their offering.
e-commerce has transformed the express market into a go-go' sector with explosive expansion on a global scale. Businesses are working to harness this growth through a variety of means.
Rapid changes due to the expansion of ecommerce and the technology behind it have upset the traditional ways in which parcels are handled. Disruptive market entrants (start-ups) and peer-to-peer collections are also affecting the industry.
Alternative delivery solutions such as retail locations (click & collect), transport modes (train stations and other commuter centres), parcel shops (UPS access points) and lockers are already impacting how the industry operates.
- What opportunities are available to start-ups and how disruptive could these be to the market?
- How will the potential acquisition of TNT by FedEx impact the express and small parcels market share of the integrators?
- Why have different regions reacted differently to e-retail, and which factors could hinder, or boost, their growth?
To address increasing changes in demand as a result of changing consumer preferences and retailing, what are established parcel delivery companies doing and which start-ups are impacting the express and small parcels market?
Offers rapid and time certain consumer-to-consumer parcel delivery services, often mixed with additional shopping or similar services.
- International travellers willing to collect or shop for goods in one territory to deliver to another
- Self-employed transport providers with space capacity
- Casual workers willing to make deliveries in own vehicle
- Casual workers willing to shop on other people's behalf
Click & Collect:
Popularity of click & collect defined the 2014 holiday season. Advantages of this trend over home delivery are:
- No requirement for the recipient to wait at home for parcel delivery
- Convenience of collecting goods when it suits the recipient and from a convenient location.
Bespoke market sizing data- what's included?
- Express market size and forecast by region: Africa, Asia Pacific, Europe, Middle East, North America, South America- including the Caribbean and Central America.
- Market shares of the leading express providers
- Global and regional growth and forecasts
Key Topics Covered:
1.1 Executive summary
2.0 Market structure
2.1 Market structure overview
2.2 The impact of e-commerce on express companies
2.3 Growth of Asian players
2.4 Global TDI market size and share
2.5 FedEx acquisition of TNT
2.5.1 Complementary services in Europe
2.5.2 Market position in Europe
2.5.3 Implications of the deal outside of Europe
3.0 Industry innovations
3.1 Industry innovations overview
3.2 Express industry innovations
3.3 Express start-ups SWOT
3.4 The future of new players in the express industry
3.5 Alternative delivery strategies
3.6 Alternative delivery locations
3.7 Same-day and delivery on-demand' services
4.0 Market size and forecasts
4.1 Market size and forecast overview
4.2 Global market size and forecast
4.3 Africa - Market size and forecast
4.4 Asia Pacific - Market size and forecast
4.5 Europe - Market size and forecast
4.6 Middle East - Market size and forecast
4.7 North America - Market size and forecast
4.8 South America, the Caribbean and Central America - Market size and forecast
5.0 Express provider profiles
5.1 Integrators overview
5.1.2 Financial comparison
5.1.3 DP DHL
184.108.40.206 DHL Express
5.2 Post offices overview
5.3 Logistic service providers overview
6.1 Express and small parcels explanations
- CJ Korea Express
- DP DHL
- Japan Post
- La Poste
- Royal Mail
- SG Holdings
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