15 Nov 2016  |  South Asia, Middle East & North Africa
The Size of the Iranian Logistics Industry Will Exceed $45 Billion by 2020
Revival of economic growth is expected as phasing out of restrictions improves investor confidence, leading to consistent growth of the logistics industry from 2017. This industry is expected to benefit from investments related to the Iran’s Sixth Development Plan, which is likely to accelerate domestic economic activities, and contribute to the ...
27 Jun 2016  |  South Asia, Middle East & North Africa
Transportation and Warehousing Segments Will Benefit from Development of Economic and Trade Corridors
Pakistan Vision 2025 seeks to enhance the national transportation infrastructure by establishing an efficient and integrated transportation and logistics system. Establishing industrial parks and developing SEZs along the China–Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) will strengthen the transportation network and logistics infrastructure. Road freight ...
21 Jun 2016  |  South Asia, Middle East & North Africa
Despite uncertain global economic conditions and low oil prices, government investment plans and infrastructure development initiatives are expected to support economic growth in the UAE. Integration of logistics functions and harmonization of the GCC customs regulations will lead to a synchronized, coordinated, and interconnected regional logistic...
03 Jun 2016  |  South Asia, Middle East & North Africa
Assessment of Current Trends and Government Initiatives in the Oman Logistics Industry
Scope of the report The research report includes the following segments: Product scope: Logistics Services Geographic scope: Oman, MENASA End-user scope: Manufacturing Companies, Agriculture Companies, Mining Companies, Retail and Wholesale Trade Companies, Construction and Energy Companies, Transportation Equipment Manufacturers and Service Provi...
25 May 2016  |  South Asia, Middle East & North Africa
Reforms and Modernization of Transportation Infrastructure will Open Up Growth Opportunities for Service Providers
The Indian logistics industry is fragmented and under developed. Logistics costs are relatively high due to poor physical and communication infrastructure; high dwell time at ports; low levels of containerization; and a multi-layered tax system contributing to significant delays at border crossing points. Development of transportation and logistic...