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3PL Market: Global Third-Party Logistics Growth Led by APAC

DALLAS, August 15, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --

The global third party logistics market (3PL) growth is driven by factors like growing recognition of the role of outsourcing of logistics services coupled with growth in production and trade and global economic revival. Companies like CEVA Logistics, C. H. Robinson Worldwide, UTi Worldwide Inc., DB Schenker Logistics, Deutsche Post DHL, Hyundai Glovis, Kuehne + Nagel International, Nippon Express, United Parcel Service, Agility, APL Logistics, BDP International, Damco, Expeditors International, FedEx Supply Chain, Hub Group, Imperial Logistics, J.B. Hunt, Kerry Logistics, Logwin, Menlo Worldwide Logistics, Neovia Logistics Services, NFI, Panalpina World Transport, Ryder Supply Chain Solutions, Schneider Logistics, Sinotrans, Werner Enterprises Dedicated and Logistics, Wincanton, Aegis Logistics Ltd., Allcargo Logistics Ltd., Gati Ltd., Transport Corporation of India Ltd., ABC India Ltd., AFL Logistics Ltd., AQUA Logistics Pvt. Ltd., DHL Express (India) Pvt. Ltd., Dynamic Logistics, Geologistics (Pty) Ltd., Mahindra Logistics Ltd., Om Logistics Ltd., Patel Logistics, Reliance Logistics Pvt. Ltd., Safexpress Pvt. Ltd., Schenker India Pvt. Ltd., SembCorp Logistics Ltd., SICAL Logistics Ltd., Take Solutions Ltd., Total Logistics (India) Pvt. Ltd., Transystem Logistics International Pvt. Ltd. and TVS Logistics Services Ltd. are some active participants in the global and/or regional third party logistics industry.

Global Third-Party Logistics (3PL) Market Report: 2014 Edition, Global Third Party Logistics (3PL) Market 2014-2018, Third Party Logistics (3PL) Market in the US 2014-2018 and Third Party Logistics (3PL) Market in India 2014-2018 are the latest business intelligence and industry analysis research reports available with MarketReportsOnline.com and ReportsnReports.com.

High fuel prices pose a major challenge for the third party logistics companies and to meet this challenge they are adopting various measures, such as changing mode of transport, realigning network to reduce mileage, and most importantly implementing route optimization software. The ever increasing requirement for outsourced logistics services and entrance of new players has made the global third party logistics market intensely competitive. Moreover, consolidation amongst 3PL companies through acquisitions and mergers has established itself as a growing trend in recent times and has further intensified the competition.

Global 3PL market is forecast to grow at a CAGR of 5.27% over the period 2013-2018 as per Global Third Party Logistics (3PL) Market 2014-2018 research report. This report covers the present scenario and the growth prospects of the Global 3PL market for the period 2014-2018. To calculate the market size, this report considers revenue generated by 3PL providers. In terms of services outsourced, the Global 3PL market can be segmented into the following: Warehousing, Domestic Transpiration, International Transportation, Inventory Management, Packaging, and Freight forwarding. This research has been prepared based on an in-depth market analysis with inputs from industry experts. The report covers the Americas, and the EMEA and APAC regions; it also covers the Global 3PL market landscape and its growth prospects in the coming years. The report also includes a discussion of the key vendors operating in this market.

Regionally, Indian third party logistics market can be divided into segments based on the logistics function, which includes transportation, warehousing, freight and forwarding, and value-added services, and based on the end-user industry. The United States 3PL industry can be categorized on the basis of service area into the following segments: Domestic Transportation Management, International Transportation Management, Dedicated Contract Carriage, and Value-Added Warehousing and Distribution.

Third-party logistics (3PL) industry has continued to evolve, and it has clearly become more global in nature. 3PLs provide cost and time savings generated by scale and unmatched by internal shipper initiatives, especially for mid-sized shippers. As companies saw the benefits of outsourcing delivery and warehousing functions, the number of third party logistics companies began to rise offering an ever increasing number of services. Globally, economies having registered growth trends, expanding market demands, technological advancements coupled with upbeat market forces are suggestive of a greater role of third party logistics in the near future. The global 3PL market 2014 report reveals that Europe, which was once, the largest 3PL market have been dramatically affected by numerous financial and political factors. While, the regions like Asia Pacific and South America are witnessing largest 3PL revenue growth. The study also indicates that the competition among the 3PL providers is intense, as rising demand and solid returns over the years have attracted new non-asset-based entrants and motivated existing providers to broaden their services while expanding geographically.

List of Charts covered in the Table of Contents for Global Third-Party Logistics (3PL) Market Report: 2014 Edition (Order a copy of this research at http://www.marketreportsonline.com/contacts/purchase.php?name=351328  ) include:

Global Third-Party Logistics Market (2007-2013)
Global 3PL Market Breakdown by Segments (2013E)
Global 3PL Gross Revenues by Industry (2009-2013E)
Global 3PL Market Segmentation by Major Region (2013)
Logistics Market in Asia Pacific (2007-2013)
Third-Party Logistics Market in Asia Pacific (2007-2013)
Asia Pacific's 3PL Market Revenues by Segments (2007-2013)
Asia Pacific's 3PL Revenue Breakdown by Geography (2012)
Logistics Market in Greater China (2007-2013)
Third-Party Logistics Market in Greater China (2007-2013)
Logistics Market in Japan (2007-2013)
Third-Party Logistics Market in Japan (2007-2013)
Logistics Market in North America (2007-2013)
Third-Party Logistics Market in North America (2007-2013)
3PL Market Revenues by Segment in North America (2007-2013E)
North American Third-Party Logistics Market Breakdown by Country (2013E)
The US 3PL Market (2005-2013)
Share of the US 3PL Market Segments (2013)
Logistics Market in South America (2007-2013)
3PL Revenues in South America (2007-2013)
South America's 3PL Market Revenues by Segments (2007-2013)
South America's 3PL Market Breakdown by Geography (2013E)
Logistics Market in Europe (2007-2013)
3PL Revenues in Europe (2007-2013)
European 3PL Market Revenues by Segments (2007-2013)
European 3PL Market Breakdown by Geography (2013E)
Shippers Continue to Outsource a Wide Variety of Logistics Services
Reasons Why Firms Choose their 3PL Provider
Reasons Why Firms Choose 3PL rather than Going Direct
Global GDP (2007-2013)
Global Internet Users (2008-2013)
Worldwide Crude Oil Prices (2006-2013E)
C.H. Robinson Worldwide Inc.'s Share of Business Segments in Revenues (2013)
C.H. Robinson Worldwide Inc.'s Total Revenues and Net Income (2010-2013)
Expeditors International of Washington, Inc.'s Share of Business Segments in Net Revenues (2013)
Expeditors International of Washington, Inc.'s Total Revenues and Net Income (2010-2013)
UTi Worldwide, Inc.'s Share of Business Segments in Total Revenues (FY2014)
UTi Worldwide, Inc.'s Total Revenues and Net Income (2011-2014)
Global 3PL Market Revenue Forecast (2013-2017E)

 

List of Tables 

 3PL Mergers & Acquisitions History
3PL Services Deliver Measuring Results (2011-2013)
Largest 3PLs Ranked by 2012 Logistics Revenue
UTi Worldwide, Inc.'s Revenue Breakdown by Business Sub Segments (FY2014)
Dependent & Independent Variables (2008-2013)
Correlation Matrix
Model Summary - Coefficient of Determination
Regression Coefficients Output

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