Changing Business Strategies in Rail

Transformational Shifts in Vehicle Automation and Digitalization to Shape the Future of the Rail Market

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This study analyzes the nature and the development of various business models and solutions launched by rail manufacturers, operators, and other service providers that are disrupting the rail market. It contains profiles of key participants and case studies of evolving business models in the market. The study also examines factors that will accelerate the growth of the rail market and how participants will evolve according to changing consumer habits. The research service also includes a forecast analysis for each of the services in the transportation sector that contribute directly to rail revenue.

Table of Contents

1. Executive Summary
Key Findings
2015–2025 Industry Senior Management Top- of-Mind Issues
Direct Rail Revenue through Services—Forecast Analysis
Paradigm Shift in Traditional Transportation Solutions
Key Strategies
Overview—Key Market Participants Offering Turnkey Solutions
2. Research Scope, Objectives, Background, and Methodology
Research Scope
Research Background
Research Methodology
Secondary Research
Primary Research
3. OEM Strategies
Overview of OEM Strategies
Key Mergers and Acquisitions
Hitachi—Company Profile
Train-as-a-Service—Case Study
Alstom—Business Strategies
Alstom—Key Highlights 2015
GE—Business Strategies
GE—RailConnect 360
Rail OEM Mobility Services
4. Rail Operator Strategies
Deutsche Bahn—Company Profile
Deutsche Bahn—Business Strategies
SNCF—Company Profile
SNCF—Business Strategies
5. Services in the Rail Market
Disruptors in the Rail Market
Strategies to Defeat Disruptive Trends
Analysis of the Total Rail Services Market
Analysis of the Logistics Rail Services Market
Analysis of the Mobility Rail Services Market
6. Conclusions and Future Outlook
Key Conclusions and Future Outlook
Rail OEMs
Transport Operators
Service Providers
The Last Word—3 Big Predictions
Legal Disclaimer
7. Appendix
Market Engineering Methodology

List of Figures & Charts

1. Rail Market: Changing Business Strategies in Rail—Key Findings, Global, 2015
2. Rail Market: Overview of Paradigm Shift in Transportation, Global, 2015
3. Rail Market: Key Trends and Outlook, Global, 2015
4. Rail Market: Key Participants, Global, 2015
5. Rail Market: Key Questions This Study Will Answer, Global, 2015
6. Rail Market: Key Participants, Global, 2015
7. Rail Market: Overview of OEM Strategies, Global, 2015
8. Rail Market: Hitachi Rail–Company Profile, Global, 2015
9. Rail Market: Hitachi Rail–Business Strategy, Global, 2015
10. Rail Market: Alstom—Profile and Business Strategy, Global, 2015
11. Rail Market: Alstom—Key Highlights, Global, 2015
12. Rail Market: GE—Business Strategies, Global, 2015
13. Rail Market: GE RailConnect 360, Global, 2015
14. Rail Market: OEM Mobility Services, Global, 2015
15. Rail Market: Deutsche Bahn—Company Profile, Global, 2015
16. Rail Market: Deutsche Bahn—Business Strategies, Global, 2015
17. Rail Market: SNCF—Business Strategies, Global, 2015
18. Rail Market: Market Disruptors, Global, 2015
19. Rail Market: Strategies to Overcome Disruptor Trends, Global, 2015
20. Rail Market: Key Conclusions and Future Outlook, Global, 2015–2025

1. Rail Market: Senior Management Top- of-Mind Issues, Global, 2015
2. Rail Market: Revenue Forecast by Service, Global, 2015–2025
3. Rail Market: SNCF Revenue Share, Global, 2015
4. Rail Market: Revenue Forecast by Service, Global, 2015–2025
5. Rail Market: Revenue Forecast by Logistics Services, Global, 2015–2025
6. Rail Market: Revenue Forecast by Mobility Rail Services, Global, 2015–2025




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