Transportation and Logistics Market Insights—Spain

Transportation and Logistics Market Insights—Spain

Infrastructure Development and Digitalization will Transform the Logistics Market

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13-Dec-2017
REGION
Europe
Research Code: 9AB2-00-80-00-00
SKU: AU01613-EU-MR_21262

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Spain’s economy is on the road to recovery, mainly driven by internal demand and the revival of the exports sector. The country is likely to perform well due to export and domestic demand growth. Infrastructure investment is likely to play a key role in driving investment growth. In 2016, GDP expanded by 3.2%, making Spain one of the fastest-growing countries in the Eurozone. Spain's major trade destinations are France, Germany, Italy, and Great Britain. The key exports include machinery, motor vehicles, fruit, wine, food products, and pharmaceuticals. Madrid has been chosen as the 5th most-desired logistics location in Europe. It scores well in the Labor and Government and Real Estate categories. Augmented reality (AR) can give logistics providers quick access to anticipatory information, anytime and anywhere. Test versions have proved that the use of wearables and AR technology will reduce turnaround time and picking operations by as much as 20%. Infrastructure developments, economic diversification initiatives, and e-Commerce growth are some of the key factors expected to support growth and open up opportunities in the logistics space. Transportation infrastructure development is given high priority, leading to the modernization of airports and seaports. Free trade zones and logistics parks will stimulate the growth of modern warehouse facilities.

Transport management systems, warehouse management systems, and Big Data and analytics are expected to be adopted by large service providers to remain competitive in the market. Companies need to invest in and adopt technologies to remain competitive in a fast-changing logistics ecosystem. A consortium comprising Alstom, Siemens Rail Automation, and CAF Signalling will install the European Rail Traffic Management System (ERTMS) on the La Coruña-Santiago and the Santiago-Vigo links in Spain's Atlantic Corridor.

Automation, digitalization, and a data-driven approach will improve operational efficiency in the transport industry. The government provides tax incentives and subsidies for vehicles using renewable energy as well as for electric vehicles. Companies are investing in the Internet of Things (IoT) and Big Data to achieve fleet efficiency and an enhanced driver experience. Telematics provides the logistics industry with accurate information on location, fuel levels, delivery status of goods, and driving behavior. Many companies are also working on virtual reality (VR) technologies, and AR has been deployed for warehousing and service operations.

Research Scope

The aim of this study is to research and analyze key developments and trends relating to economy and trade and the freight and transportation and the logistics and warehousing sectors in Spain.


Key Features

  • To provide an overview of the key factors driving economy and trade
  • To analyze the role of the transport and logistics sector in driving the country’s economy
  • To identify the initiatives undertaken by the government to improve efficiency and reduce logistics costs
  • To furnish a detailed analysis of the advancements in digital technologies
  • To provide an in-depth analysis of how the traditional value chain is transformed as a result of technology advancements, e-Commerce growth, regulatory changes, and investment
  • To identify the emerging opportunities as a result of economic and technology transformations and how they are expected to change the competitive environment

Table of Contents

Key Findings

Outlook and Insights

Research Scope and Methodology

Transportation and Logistics Market Insights

Key Questions this Study will Answer

Economic Growth is Fuelled by Strong Domestic Demand

GDP Growth Trends

Growth Trends in the Transportation and Storage Sector

National GDP Forecast

External Trade and Current Account Balance

Inflation Rate

Trade by Region

Top Import and Export Partners

Key Macro Developments

Sea Freight

Road Freight

Air Freight

New Truck Registration Trends

Road Freight Composition

Overview of Transportation Technologies

Innovation and Technology Trends

Transportation—OEM Outlook

Logistics Outsourcing Trends and 3PL Market Developments

Warehousing Rent

Regional Warehousing Market Developments

Warehousing Market Insights

Outlook and Insights

Growth Opportunity—Transportation, Warehousing, and Logistics

Strategic Imperatives for Success and Growth

The Last Word

Legal Disclaimer

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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Spain’s economy is on the road to recovery, mainly driven by internal demand and the revival of the exports sector. The country is likely to perform well due to export and domestic demand growth. Infrastructure investment is likely to play a key role in driving investment growth. In 2016, GDP expanded by 3.2%, making Spain one of the fastest-growing countries in the Eurozone. Spain's major trade destinations are France, Germany, Italy, and Great Britain. The key exports include machinery, motor vehicles, fruit, wine, food products, and pharmaceuticals. Madrid has been chosen as the 5th most-desired logistics location in Europe. It scores well in the Labor and Government and Real Estate categories. Augmented reality (AR) can give logistics providers quick access to anticipatory information, anytime and anywhere. Test versions have proved that the use of wearables and AR technology will reduce turnaround time and picking operations by as much as 20%. Infrastructure developments, economic diversification initiatives, and e-Commerce growth are some of the key factors expected to support growth and open up opportunities in the logistics space. Transportation infrastructure development is given high priority, leading to the modernization of airports and seaports. Free trade zones and logistics parks will stimulate the growth of modern warehouse facilities. Transport management systems, warehouse management systems, and Big Data and analytics are expected to be adopted by large service providers to remain competitive in the market. Companies need to invest in and adopt technologies to remain competitive in a fast-changing logistics ecosystem. A consortium comprising Alstom, Siemens Rail Automation, and CAF Signalling will install the European Rail Traffic Management System (ERTMS) on the La Coruña-Santiago and the Santiago-Vigo links in Spain's Atlantic Corridor. Automation, digitalization, and a data-driven approach will improve operational efficiency in the transport i
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Author Ramnath Eswaravadivoo
Industries Automotive
WIP Number 9AB2-00-80-00-00
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