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European Parcels: Market Insight Report 2014

 

DUBLIN, Apr. 03, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/fx98mk/european_parcels) has announced the addition of the "European Parcels: Market Insight Report 2014" report to their offering.

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The parcels market has continued to grow in most countries in spite of the recession. A key factor has been the growth of home shopping.

This has acted as a spur to innovation - in promoting the development of innovations to improve the delivery experience, from defined time-slots, to text messages to the establishment of chains of parcel shops.

Home shopping growth looks set to continue, creating further opportunities for those companies which are able to deliver the quality and range of services that the market requires.

In this environment industry consolidation has continued with the major networks continuing to make add-ons to fill geographical and service gaps - although the EU acted to prevent the major deal that was in prospect: UPS's proposed acquisition of TNT, on competition grounds.

European Parcels: Market Insight Report provides an analytical overview of the European Parcels market. It accurately portrays the market structure, size, growth, trends and competitive landscape of the European parcels market.


Key Topics Covered:

1. Online Shopping Expenditure by European Country, 2012

2. Local Collection Networks

3. Market size and growth by country / bn

4. European GDP growth: 2008-13 / annual % change

5. European GDP growth by country: 2008-13, 2009-13 / CAGR %

6. Parcels market as % of GDP by country (G137:146)

7. European internet retail by country 2008 and 2013 / bn

8. Consumer delivery % by country

9. Growth of consumer deliveries 2008-13 / m

10. Pan-European Revenue of Leading Parcel Delivery Companies, 2012

11. European revenue of leading parcel delivery companies, 2012

12. UPS European Revenues by Country, mn (estimates), 2012

13. UPS European Operations by Country, 2012

14. History of UPS European Expansion 1976-2013

15. Deutsche Post DHL European Parcels & DHL Express Europe Revenue, 2009-2012

16. TNT Express Europe & MEA Operating Statistics, 2011-2012

17. Royal Mail Parcel Revenues & Growth: UK Parcels vs GLS, 2012-2013 (£m)

18. GLS Network Operations by Country, 2013

19. La Poste: Parcels-Express Revenue 2012 mn; Split by Type/Geography

20. GeoPost DPD European Network Operating Companies

21. FedEx Express European Operations

22. Eurodis Network Member Operational Statistics, 2012

23. EBIT Losses of Selected European Parcel Delivery Companies

24. Positive EBIT Margins Achieved, 2012 (selected companies)

25. German parcels market size and growth / bn

26. German GDP growth: 2008-13 / annual % change

27. Internet retail as percentage of GDP: Germany vs European average

28. Consumer deliveries as a percentage of total parcels volume: Germany vs European average

29. Germany Parcels Market Competitor Analysis, 2011-2012

30. Deutsche Post DHL Germany Parcels Business Unit (Mail) Parcel Volumes in Germany, B2B vs B2C, 2009-2012

31. Forecast German GDP growth / annual % change

32. Forecast German parcels market size and growth / bn

33. French parcels market size and growth / bn

34. French GDP growth: 2008-13 / annual % change

35. Internet retail as percentage of GDP: France vs European average

36. Consumer deliveries as a percentage of total parcels volume: France vs European average

37. France Parcels Market Competitor Analysis, 2011-2012

38. La Poste Revenues by Parcels Businesses, 2011-2012

39. Forecast French GDP growth / annual % change

40. Forecast French parcels market size and growth / bn

41. UK parcels market size and growth / bn

42. UK GDP growth: 2008-13 / annual % change

43. Internet retail as percentage of GDP: UK vs European average

44. Consumer deliveries as a percentage of total parcels volume: UK vs European average

45. UK Parcels Market Competitor Analysis, 2011-2012

46. Forecast UK GDP growth / annual % change

47. Forecast UK parcels market size and growth / bn

48. Italian parcels market size and growth / bn

49. Italian GDP growth: 2008-13 / annual % change

50. Internet retail as percentage of GDP: Italy vs European average

51. Consumer deliveries as a percentage of total parcels volume: Italy vs European average

52. Italy Parcels Market Competitor Analysis, 2011-2012

53. Poste Italiane / SDA Express Courier Parcels Volumes and Revenues, 2011-2012

54. Forecast Italian GDP growth / annual % change

55. Forecast Italian parcels market size and growth / bn

56. Spanish parcels market size and growth / bn

57. Spanish GDP growth: 2008-13 / annual % change

58. Internet retail as percentage of GDP: Spain vs European average

59. Consumer deliveries as a percentage of total parcels volume: Spain vs European average

60. Spain Parcels Market Competitor Analysis, 2011-2012

61. Forecast Spanish GDP growth / annual % change

62. Forecast Spanish parcels market size and growth / bn

63. Benelux parcels market size and growth / bn

64. Benelux GDP growth: 2008-13 / annual % change

65. Internet retail as percentage of GDP: Benelux vs European average

66. Consumer deliveries as a percentage of total parcels volume: Benelux vs European average

67. Benelux Parcels Market Competitor Analysis, 2011-2012

68. bPost Parcel Revenues 2011-2012

69. Forecast Benelux GDP growth / annual % change

70. Forecast Benelux parcels market size and growth / bn

71. Polish parcels market size and growth / bn

72. Polish GDP growth: 2008-13 / annual % change

73. Internet retail as percentage of GDP: Poland vs European average

74. Consumer deliveries as a percentage of total parcels volume: Poland vs European average

75. Poland Parcels Market Competitor Analysis, 2011-2012

76. Forecast Polish GDP growth / annual % change

77. Forecast Polish parcels market size and growth / bn

78. Other Europe: estimated market size by country/ bn

79. Other Europe GDP growth: 2008-13 / annual % change

80. Internet retail as percentage of GDP: Other Europe vs European average

81. Consumer deliveries as a percentage of total parcels volume: Other Europe vs European average

82. Forecast Other Europe GDP growth / annual % change

83. Forecast Other Europe parcels market size and growth / bn

84. European GDP growth: 2008-18 / annual % change

85. European GDP growth by country: 2008-13, 2009-13, 2013-18 / CAGR %

86. European internet retail by country 2008, 2013 and 2018 / bn

87. Market size and growth forecast/ bn


Companies Mentioned:

  • Bartolini
  • Ceur
  • City Link
  • Correas
  • DHL
  • DPD
  • Deutsche Post
  • FedEX
  • GLS
  • Geopost
  • Hermes
  • InPost
  • Kiala
  • La Poste
  • Neopost
  • PostNL
  • Poste Italiane
  • Royal Mail
  • TNT
  • Trans-o-flex
  • UK Mail
  • UPS


For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/fx98mk/european_parcels


Media Contact: Laura Wood , +353-1-481-1716, [email protected]



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