Transformational Trends in the Global Warehousing Market, Forecast to 2025

Transformational Trends in the Global Warehousing Market, Forecast to 2025

Key Warehousing Trends Focusing on Emerging Business Models and Disruptive Digital Technologies Aiding Transformational Growth Strategies

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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 warehousing market will be ripe for smart digital transformation, with the automation of a broad spectrum of processes. Increased preference for digital transformation in the logistics industry will alter the traits and operating models of future warehouses.

Underutilization or overutilization of warehouse space and rising operational cost are some of the pressing concerns in the global warehousing market. With the supply chain getting more and more complex, there is a growing need for reliable warehouse operators capable of addressing volatile customer demands with accurate inventory management. Warehouse operators catering to the eCommerce industry are required to have floor space thrice the size of a traditional warehouse, considering the need to handle diversified product inventories and ensure efficient and speedy order fulfillment. Over the past decade, warehouses have transformed from a physical infrastructure primarily serving as long-term storage facilities for enterprises and brick and mortar businesses to order fulfillment centers. Rapid advances in technology and rising customer expectations for value-added services create a need for innovative business models to overcome the complex settings of traditional warehouses.

Emerging digital technologies assist warehouse operators in redesigning their value chain strategies. Growth of cloud-based products and enterprise software solutions has enabled warehouse operators to achieve better control over the inventory and pilot with an on-demand service model for customers to meet seasonal demand. Moreover, the deployment of digital technologies can help warehouse operators overcome their operational challenges with reduced inventory errors, increased resource productivity, end-to-end process transparency, and accurate inventory forecasts for advanced demand planning. Increased digitalization and automation of processes is expected to facilitate the flow of data among connected assets and integrated enterprise systems. For continuous improvement, collection and analysis of data on internal operations and external environment will facilitate data-driven decision-making among warehouse operators to ensure optimal resource utilization and selection and evaluation of the right operational metrics to devise a strategy for improved top- and bottom-line growth.

In the connected world, effective warehouse management with the right set of digital technologies and innovative business models will provide warehouse operators with time and cost efficiencies and competitive advantages. This study analyzes the key trends and emerging business models in the global warehousing market and also identifies the disruptive impact of digital technologies in warehouse operations, providing a forecast on their adoption trends till 2025.

Author: Suriya Anjumohan

Table of Contents

Key Insights—Global Warehousing Market

Executive Summary—Global Warehousing Market Size

Executive Summary—Warehousing Business Models

Executive Summary—Future Warehouse Traits

Executive Summary—Business Impact of Digital Technologies

Research Scope

Research Aim and Objectives

Key Questions this Study will Answer

Related Studies

Research Methodology

Global Logistics Industry and Role of Warehousing

Global Warehousing Market—An Overview

Global Warehousing Market—Regional Overview

Global Warehousing—Major Market Rentals

Global Warehousing Market—Growth Enablers

Global Warehousing Market—Growth Obstacles

Global Warehousing—Key Trends and Implications

Warehousing in North America

Warehousing in South America

Warehousing in Europe

Warehousing in the Middle East and Africa

Warehousing in Asia-Pacific

Warehousing Business Models

Warehousing as an Option for Businesses

Dedicated Warehousing Model—Solution for Unique Customer Needs

Shared Warehousing Model for Enhanced Flexibility

On-demand Warehousing Model—Getting Closer to Customers

On-demand Warehousing Technology Start-Ups—Funding Outlook

Major Brands Offering On-Demand Warehousing Services

Fulfillment Centers—Operating Models

Fulfillment by Amazon (FBA) as a Service

Digital Technologies Disrupting Warehouse Operations

Blockchain for Regulatory Compliance and Fraud Mitigation

Internet of Things (IoT) for Virtually Connected Objects

Augmented Reality in Warehousing—Transforming the Picking Process

Data Analytics in Warehouse Operations

Robotics Systems—Reliable Labor for Warehouse Operations

3D Printing—Digital Inventory

Drones for Warehouse Inventory Counts

Business Models—Future of Storage and Warehousing

Traits of the Future Warehouse

Business Impact with Digital Technologies

Digital Technologies Adoption Scenario

Growth Opportunity

Strategic Imperatives for Success and Growth

The Last Word—3 Big Predictions

Legal Disclaimer

Table of Acronyms Used

List of Exhibits

List of Exhibits (continued)

List of Exhibits (continued)

The Frost & Sullivan Story

Value Proposition—Future of Your Company & Career

Global Perspective

Industry Convergence

360º Research Perspective

Implementation Excellence

Our Blue Ocean Strategy

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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 warehousing market will be ripe for smart digital transformation, with the automation of a broad spectrum of processes. Increased preference for digital transformation in the logistics industry will alter the traits and operating models of future warehouses. Underutilization or overutilization of warehouse space and rising operational cost are some of the pressing concerns in the global warehousing market. With the supply chain getting more and more complex, there is a growing need for reliable warehouse operators capable of addressing volatile customer demands with accurate inventory management. Warehouse operators catering to the eCommerce industry are required to have floor space thrice the size of a traditional warehouse, considering the need to handle diversified product inventories and ensure efficient and speedy order fulfillment. Over the past decade, warehouses have transformed from a physical infrastructure primarily serving as long-term storage facilities for enterprises and brick and mortar businesses to order fulfillment centers. Rapid advances in technology and rising customer expectations for value-added services create a need for innovative business models to overcome the complex settings of traditional warehouses. Emerging digital technologies assist warehouse operators in redesigning their value chain strategies. Growth of cloud-based products and enterprise software solutions has enabled warehouse operators to achieve better control over the inventory and pilot with an on-demand service model for customers to meet seasonal demand. Moreover, the deployment of digital technologies can help warehouse operators overcome their operational challenges with reduced inventory errors, increased resource productivity, end-to-end process transparency, and accurate inventory forecasts for advanced demand planning. Increased digitalization and automation of processes is expected to facilitate the flow of data among connected assets and integrated enterprise systems. For continuous improvement, collection and analysis of data on internal operations and external environment will facilitate data-driven decision-making among warehouse operators to ensure optimal resource utilization and selection and evaluation of the right operational metrics to devise a strategy for improved top- and bottom-line growth. In the connected world, effective warehouse management with the right set of digital technologies and innovative business models will provide warehouse operators with time and cost efficiencies and competitive advantages. This study analyzes the key trends and emerging business models in the global warehousing market and also identifies the disruptive impact of digital technologies in warehouse operations, providing a forecast on their adoption trends till 2025. Author: Suriya Anjumohan
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