Transport Intelligence Report: Global e-commerce Logistics 2017
The e-commerce boom has provided tremendous opportunities for growth for LSPs and retailers. However, it has prompted a fundamental change in the operations that take place within logistics facilities, compared to operations which feed brick and mortar outlets. e-commerce logistics provides a very different challenge.
Global e-commerce Logistics 2017, offers readers valuable insight into the development and future prospects of this market.
The report takes a top-down approach and presents this analysis first from a broad, industry-wide perspective, and then delves further to examine the supply chains of major e-retailers and the logistics providers which support them.
It features analysis on the differences in e-commerce supply chains and how retailers have had to adapt to keep pace with their competitors. It looks at the progression of the last-mile and how LSPs have adapted to expectations for a low-cost, high-quality service. The report also examines technological capabilities and how they are being deployed to meet these high customer expectations.
In addition, as well as Ti’s bespoke market size and forecasts at a global, regional and country level, Ti is offering, for the first time, the data and analysis of e-commerce-related logistics costs as a percentage of sales for 20 online retailers.
What will you learn about e-commerce logistics market sizing and cost structures?
e-commerce logistics market sizes for the world, six regions and 27 countries
2016 growth rates and forecasts to 2020 for all these markets
Data showing the e-commerce logistics costs as a percentage of sales for 20 online retailers between 2011 and 2015
Analysis of the differences in e-commerce logistics cost structures by vertical sector (general goods, fashion, grocery, luxury goods), retail channels (traditional online retailer, multi/omni channel, online marketplaces) and geography (labour costs vs logistics efficiency)
Analysis of how logistics costs are divided between fulfilment and last-mile costs. Evidence from six companies.
What will you learn about the effects of e-commerce on the warehousing industry?
This report examines how warehouses, and the networks they sit within, have developed and what changes may be seen in the future
LSPs and retailers operating e-fulfilment centres must drive economies of scale if they are to run profitable operations.
Warehousing features, locations and supporting technologies have come under strain as a result of changing consumer expectations, particularly within the last mile. Ti has examined the changes and provides examples of retailers’ various e-fulfilment options.
Retailers’ planning software has been optimised over the years for a single distribution channel: brick and mortar. Ti has examined the tech which has supported the industry so far and the tech which could disrupt it.
This report is perfect for:
- Global manufacturers
- Banks and financial institutions
- Supply chain managers and directors
- Logistics procurement managers
- Marketing managers
- Knowledge managers
- All C-level executives
The report is available to download today – if you would like a sample of the report please click here