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05 Oct 2020  |  Asia Pacific
A Benchmarking System to Spark Companies to Action—Innovation that Fuels New Deal Flow and Growth Pipelines
Frost & Sullivan estimates that the demand for fleet drivers in Japan will increase by 130,000 over the next 10 years and that by 2027, approximately 960,000 drivers will be needed to cater to the Japanese logistics market. However, a labor shortage of 25% is expected because of a declining birthrate, an aging population, and fewer younger people e...
19 Aug 2020  |  South Asia, Middle East & North Africa
Post-pandemic Growth Opportunities will be Driven by Digital Freight Platforms, Warehousing Automation, and Last-mile Delivery Solutions
The logistics industry in the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) region is evolving rapidly driven by increasing non-oil sector contribution to GDP, infrastructure development, the emergence of free trade zones and industrial parks, and increased trade cooperation. Governments in the region have undertaken policy measures to reduce their dependency on ...
14 Aug 2020  |  Asia Pacific
Benchmarking Future Growth Potential
As the shift from brick-and-mortar outlets to online retail continues, the challenge of managing last-mile logistics grows. Last-mile logistics is no longer just about transporting products to buyers but about fulfilling customer demand and experience. Customer behavior and expectations have changed over the last few years, challenging the way cour...
10 Aug 2020  |  Global
Agricultural Robotics Technology and Autonomous Equipment Are Crucial Amid Labor Shortages and Demand for Greater Output
The influence on technology across global farming operations is a key element that will design the future of the agricultural industry. The industry attracts various digital technology solutions and robotic technology upgrades on agricultural equipment and for monitoring farming operations. Precision agriculture encompasses several areas of technol...
08 Jun 2020  |  South Asia, Middle East & North Africa
Infrastructure Upgrades, Policy Reforms, and Digitization will Transform the Logistics Ecosystem
COVID-19 has been a disruptive force across every industry. India is facing several challenges amid its own country-wide lockdown: labor shortages, cargo capacity challenges, a manufacturing slowdown, order delays and stuck shipments, and demand and supply shocks. India’s real gross domestic product (GDP) is at its lowest in 6 years because of th...
03 Jun 2020  |  South Asia, Middle East & North Africa
Effect of Disruptive Trends on Dubai’s Transport and Logistics Industry
Since the early 2000s, Dubai has made significant economic improvement with the help of its economic diversification initiatives. Dubai’s transportation and logistics industry has also changed notably with low logistical and operational costs and favorable government policies attracting investors from around the world, marking the region as a gat...
01 Jun 2020  |  North America
Insights on Flexible Solutions and Alternate Delivery Models and Strategies to Mitigate Emerging Risks
The global logistics industry had a turbulent 2019, registering 1.2% in merchandise trade volume growth due to the stagnant global economy, trade disputes, geopolitical uncertainties, and environmental regulations. In Q1 2020, the COVID-19 outbreak flipped the growth switch in every area of the economy, and the global supply chain is no exception. ...
20 Mar 2020  |  Asia Pacific
Advancements in Digital Technologies, Changing Consumer Preferences Due to eCommerce, Government Reforms, and Shift in Service Sourcing Strategies are Expected to Lead the Transformation of the Indian Logistics Ecosystem
Advancements in digital technologies, changing consumer preferences due to eCommerce, government reforms, and shift in service sourcing strategies are expected to lead the transformation of the Indian logistics ecosystem. Digitalization will improve the efficiency and performance in freight management and port operations. Warehouse automation will ...
17 Mar 2020  |  North America
Electrifying Infrastructure and Expanding Rail Lines Represent $84 Billion in Project Spend for the Passenger and Freight Rolling Stock Ecosystems
Russia is expected to invest approximately $84 billion in railway projects by 2026 as the rail market undergoes major developments with several projects planned. This research looks at the key areas of fleet renewal in the passenger (locomotives, multiple units, coaches) and freight (locomotives, wagons) rail segments, high-speed rail (HSR) project...
28 Feb 2020  |  Global
Key Warehousing Trends Focusing on Emerging Business Models and Disruptive Digital Technologies Aiding Transformational Growth Strategies
Warehousing is the cornerstone of the global logistics industry, playing a significant role in the storage and exchange of goods. Emergence and growth of eCommerce has reshaped warehousing market dynamics, with a rising demand for faster response and the ability to manage large order volumes. As the eCommerce industry continues to grow, the global ...