Strategic Analysis of the Latin American Rail Freight Market

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This strategic insight provides an outlook of growth opportunities in the Latin American rail freight market, primarily covering Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Mexico, and Peru. Secondary and primary research was conducted, including interviews with suppliers, regulation authorities, and distributors. The study discusses key trends, market drivers, opportunities, market size, and the forecast of rolling stock deliveries. It also highlights competitive factors, competitor market shares, and product portfolio. Key conclusions and a future outlook have been provided. The base year is 2013; the forecast period is through 2020.

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Executive SummaryExecutive Summary—Key FindingsExecutive Summary—Overview of Rail Traffic in LATAMExecutive Summary— Overview of Rail ElectrificationExecutive Summary—Overview of Locomotive Market ShareLATAM Technology RoadmapKey Findings and Future OutlookResearch Scope, Objectives, Background, and MethodologyResearch ScopeResearch Aims and ObjectivesKey Questions this Study will AnswerResearch BackgroundResearch MethodologyKey OEM/Participant Groups Included in this StudyDefinitions and SegmentationRail Market SegmentationMarket DefinitionsIntroduction to the LATAM Rail Freight MarketRail Operators in LATAMConcession Agreements Allow Operators to Invest in Infrastructure Key Investment Focus of ConcessionerInadequate Rail Infrastructure in Several LATAM NationsFreight Locomotive Fleet Average Age—Distribution by CountryModern Locomotives versus InfrastructureDistribution Fleet by Manufacturer—Total LATAM MarketEvolution of Purchasing Preferences in LATAMKey Technology Trends in LATAM Freight LocomotivesGenset Locomotives are Ideal for the LATAM MarketHigh Interest Levels In Genset Locomotives Lead to Local Production Mega Trends and Industry Convergence ImplicationsImpact of Top 4 Mega Trends on the LATAM Rail MarketImpact of Top 4 Mega Trends on the LATAM Rail Market (continued) Impact of Top 4 Mega Trends on the LATAM Rail Market (continued) Drivers and Restraints—Rail Freight MarketLatin American Rail Freight Market DriversDrivers ExplainedLatin American Rail Freight Market RestraintsRestraints ExplainedTotal LATAM Rail Freight MarketDistribution of Locomotives in Active Service by AgePopulation Distribution of Locomotives by Age and PowerPopulation Distribution of Locomotives by OEMLocomotives Purchased in the Last 10 Years (2004–2013)Forecast of Total Track Length 2013–2020Forecast of Electrified Track Length 2013–2030Forecast of Locomotives in Installed Base 2013–2020Forecast of Freight Wagons in Installed Base 2013–2020Case Study: Refurbished Locomotives Sold from the United States to BrazilTotal Number of Identified Locomotives Sold from the United States to Brazil: 643GE Dominates the Order Books for Refurbished LocomotivesThe C30-7 Locomotive is the Most Favored Refurbished ModelArgentina BreakdownOverview of the Rail Industry in ArgentinaArgentina is Likely to Invest Approximately $3.98 billion in MinesRail Investments in Argentina are in Excess of $14.4 billion (Until 2023)Most of Argentina’s Rail Network is Broad GaugeOverview of the Rail Freight Market in ArgentinaNCA and ALL are the Leading Rail Freight OperatorsOverview of the Locomotive Market in ArgentinaKey Conclusions and Future Outlook Brazil BreakdownOverview of the Rail Industry in BrazilPAC: A Program to Accelerate GrowthMost of the Rail Network in Brazil is Metric GaugeOverview of the Rail Freight Market in BrazilMRS and ALL are the Leading Rail Freight OperatorsOverview of the Locomotive Market in BrazilKey Conclusions and Future Outlook Chile BreakdownOverview of the Rail Industry in ChileMost of the Rail Network in Chile is Metric GaugeOverview of the Rail Freight Market in ChileOverview of the Locomotive Market in ChileCase Study: Chile’s Triennial Plan to Revitalize RailCase Study: Chile’s Triennial Plan to Revitalize Rail (continued)Case Study: Chile’s Triennial Plan to Revitalize Rail (continued)Key Conclusions and Future Outlook Colombia BreakdownOverview of the Rail Industry in ColombiaMost of the Rail Network in Colombia is Metric GaugeOverview of the Rail Freight Market in ColombiaOverview of the Locomotive Market in ColombiaInvestments in Colombian RailwaysKey Conclusions and Future OutlookMexico BreakdownOverview of the Rail Industry in MexicoThe United States is the Largest Importer of Rail Freight from MexicoMost of the Rail Network in Mexico is Standard GaugeOverview of the Rail Freight Market in MexicoOverview of the Locomotive Market in MexicoKey Conclusions and Future OutlookPeru BreakdownOverview of the Rail Industry in PeruMost of the Rail Network in Peru is Standard GaugeOverview of the Rail Freight Market in PeruOverview of the Locomotive Market in ColombiaKey Conclusions and Future OutlookConclusions and Future OutlookThe Last Word—3 Big PredictionsKey Conclusions and Future OutlookLegal DisclaimerAppendixAbbreviations and Acronyms UsedAbbreviations and Acronyms UsedAdditional Sources of Information on the Future of MobilityThe Frost & Sullivan StoryThe Frost & Sullivan StoryValue Proposition: Future of Your Company & CareerGlobal PerspectiveIndustry Convergence360º Research PerspectiveImplementation ExcellenceOur Blue Ocean Strategy




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