Country Overview (Transport)

Country Overview (Transportation)

Country Overview (Transportation)

Major Nations Superior in Transportation

The major nations in transportation superiority are on a level that the quality they provide in modes such as air, sea and land transportation are exceeded by expectations. The major companies that handle these projects and transportation have by far been the most innovative, disciplined and extremely careful and accurate with their services. For transportation industry to flourish, it depends a lot on the economical conditions, policy, demand and supply of the goods and products, as it can improved with continuous services and responsible commitment. Since the industrial revolution has began, there has been major emphasis laid on the supply of manufactured products and rightly so when the demand keeps rising the supply has to go hand in hand, otherwise it will create imbalance which in turn affects all areas of the system. The transportation industry has improved a lot better in the last few decades and the thriving growth is expected to bring in more revenue in future, especially since travel and connectivity have become an increasingly easy factors to help industries, employees and individuals.
 
Major Companies in Transportation
 
North America
 
Company Name
Headquarters
FedEx
Tennessee, USA
Horizon Lines
North Carolina, USA
Crowley Maritime
Florida, USA
 
South America
 
Company Name
Headquarters
CSAV
Chile
TMM
Mexico
Navios
Uruguay
 
Europe
 
Company Name
Headquarters
The Mediterranean Shipping Company S.A.
Geneva, Switzerland
CMA CGM S.A.
Marseilles, France
Hapag Lloyd
Germany
 
Middle East
 
Company Name
Headquarters
Agility
Kuwait
United Parcel Services
UAE
Al Futtaim Logistics
UAE
 
Africa
 
Company Name
Headquarters
Bolloré Africa Logistics
South Africa
UTI
South Africa
CEVA
South Africa
 
Asia-Pacific
 
Company Name
Headquarters
Evergreen Marine Corporation
Taiwan
China Ocean Shipping Container Line
China
Blue Dart
Chennai, India
 
 
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Freight Transport Market in India 2015 - 2020

Freight Transport Market in India 2015 - 2020

Date Published: May 19 2015
India spends around 14.4% of its GDP on logistics and transportation as compared to less than 8% spent by the other developing countries.
 
Indian freight transport market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 13.35% by 2020 driven by the growth in the manufacturing, retail, FMCG and e-commerce sectors.
 
Freight transport market in India is expected to be worth US$ 307.70 billion by 2020.
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Logistics Market in India 2015-2020

Logistics Market in India 2015 - 2020

Date Published: May 19 2015
India spends around 14.4% of its GDP on logistics and transportation as compared to less than 8% spent by the other developing countries.
 
Indian logistics market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 12.17% by 2020 driven by the growth in the manufacturing, retail, FMCG and e-commerce sectors.
 
3PL logistics market in India is expected to be worth US$ 301.89 billion by 2020.
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Iran Shipping Report Q3 2015

Iran Shipping Report Q3 2015

Date Published: May 13 2015
The outlook for the Iranian shipping sector is brighter than it has been in recent years, and we forecast a second consecutive year of growth at the primary container port of Bandar Abbas in 2015. The ongoing easing of sanctions - not least on the port operator itself - will boost throughput. We expect a significant easing of sanctions following a likely agreement in summer 2015.
 
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Pakistan Shipping Report Q3 2015

Pakistan Shipping Report Q3 2015

Date Published: May 13 2015
We continue to forecast moderate-to-strong throughput growth at Pakistan's main ports in the fiscal year ending June 2015, with volumes growing by 3-8%. Growth will be marginally down on the previous year, reflecting a slowdown in foreign trade expansion. In headline terms, Pakistan's economy currently has two factors working in its favour and one against.
 
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Argentina Freight Transport Report Q3 2015

Argentina Freight Transport Report Q3 2015

Date Published: May 13 2015
We maintain our cautious outlook for the Argentine freight transport sector. The Argentine economy will contract for a second consecutive year in 2015 as government policies continue to discourage investment and high inflation weighs on real private consumption. We forecast a contraction of 1.3% in GDP in 2015, after an estimated contraction of 0.5% in 2014.
 
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Canada Freight Transport Report Q3 2015

Canada Freight Transport Report Q3 2015

Date Published: May 13 2015
We take a broadly positive view for the freight industry's outlook over the next five years, particularly road freight, for a number of reasons. Firstly, lower oil prices will reduce costs; and secondly, although the decline in prices is curtailing exports, we believe this will be countered by the uptick in manufactured goods exports. However, we hold a less positive stance with regards to the airfreight mode, which will see incremental growth at best.
 
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Egypt Freight Transport Report Q3 2015

Egypt Freight Transport Report Q3 2015

Date Published: May 13 2015
Ongoing improvement in Egypt's political situation - with the election of President el-Sisi having brought in a level of stability not experienced since 2011 - will see the Egyptian freight transport sector enjoy continued expansion in 2015. While this will not be spectacular, we expect positive growth in volumes across all freight modes, supported by an improving consumer outlook, a recovery in the tourism sector, and increased construction.
 
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Malaysia Freight Transport Report Q3 2015

Malaysia Freight Transport Report Q3 2015

Date Published: May 13 2015
We expect road freight will continue to dominate freight in Malaysia, although rail will benefit from increasing inter-regional trade and improving infrastructure and see the strongest growth over the medium term. Meanwhile, the highly developed air freight sector, profiting from Malaysia's role as a transhipment hub, will see little growth going forwards, as it is already mature and well established.
 
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China Shipping Report Q3 2015

China Shipping Report Q3 2015

Date Published: May 13 2015
We maintain our cautious view for China's shipping sector. China's economic growth in the coming decade will be much slower than in the last, as the savings rate declines, the economic liberalisation process slows and population growth falls. These dynamics will result in real GDP growth averaging 6.0% over the next decade as opposed to the 10.1% average seen over the past decade.
 
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Oman Shipping Report Q3 2015

Oman Shipping Report Q3 2015

Date Published: May 6 2015

The outlook for Oman's shipping sector remains mixed and reflects its main ports' specialisation. The port
of Salalah is expected to post another year of strong growth and historic highs in total tonnage helped by
increased demand for the limestone and gypsum it handles, while box volumes at the country's top container
facility will endure another year of decline in 2015, affected by decreasing transhipment.
The port of Sohar, however, will enjoy growth both in terms of total and container throughput, largely due

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Venezuela Shipping Report Q3 2015

Venezuela Shipping Report Q3 2015

Date Published: May 6 2015

BMI View: We envisage a quite torrid 12 months for Venezuela's shipping industry, with the country's two
main ports (Cabello and La Guaira) both set to register contractions across box and tonnage throughput.
We continue to believe that the recession that began in 2014 will become even more pronounced in 2015,
and negative growth will persist into 2016, with the shipping industry not strong enough to withstand these
headwinds.
The country's largest port by some margin is Puerto Cabello, is set to once more see growth reverse, indeed

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Nigeria Shipping Report Q3 2015

Nigeria Shipping Report Q3 2015

Date Published: Apr 29 2015
Although Nigeria's wider economy is characterised by an overreliance on oil exports and lack of domestic productive capacity, the former does provide upside risk to our forecasts going forward, with Nigerian ports set to reap the benefits over the medium term.
 
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Poland Shipping Report Q3 2015

Poland Shipping Report Q3 2015

Date Published: Apr 29 2015
Polish ports will have a good year in 2015. We are now predicting cargo volume growth in the 6-9% range - very encouraging against the context of the rest of Europe. GDP expansion, a continuing trade recovery (despite some worries over export demand), the beneficial effects of capacity expansion, and Poland's important gateway role will support growth. Both key ports - Gdansk and Gdynia - will see tonnage and box traffic rising at a healthy rate.
 
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Vietnam Shipping Report Q3 2015

Vietnam Shipping Report Q3 2015

Date Published: Apr 29 2015
We continue to be optimistic towards the Vietnamese shipping industry this quarter, with forecasts unchanged from Q2 2015. Leading the way in terms of the highest rate of year-on-year (y-o-y) container throughput will be the port of Da Nang (10.0%), while the port of Ho Chi Minh City is anticipated to see yo- y tonnage throughput growth of 7.61%, beating the port of Da Nang's forecast.
 
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Argentina Shipping Report Q3 2015

Argentina Shipping Report Q3 2015

Date Published: Apr 22 2015
We maintain our cautiously optimistic view on the Argentine port sector. The country enjoys a good commodities mix and benefits from a well-diversified economy, extensive trade links and a wellregulated environment that all contribute towards its status as a near-developed economy. However, the country's shipping industry continues to struggle with external and internal headwinds such as rising inflation, government intervention, industrial unrest and bureaucratic requirements for businesses.
 
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Australia Shipping Report Q3 2015

Australia Shipping Report Q3 2015

Date Published: Apr 22 2015
We have barely altered last quarter's forecast for Australia's shipping industry, with just minor alterations to the Port of Sydney's tonnage throughput projections. In terms of the wider economy, BMI forecasts Australia's real GDP growth to average 2.3% per annum over the next decade, down from 2.9% over the past decade, as the combined headwinds of slowing population growth, greater government spending, declining terms of trade and heightened deflations risks weigh on economic activity.
 
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Bahrain Shipping Report Q2 2015

Bahrain Shipping Report Q2 2015

Date Published: Apr 22 2015
The outlook for Bahrain's shipping sector as a whole is tied to that of its premier maritime facility, the Khalifa bin Salman port. In 2015 the port, and so the industry as a whole, is set to post solid growth as it recovers from the contractions in volumes recorded in 2013. Container throughput at the facility is rising as a result of the massive hike in demand at Saudi Arabian ports.
 
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Cambodia and Laos Shipping Report Q2 2015

Cambodia and Laos Shipping Report Q2 2015

Date Published: Apr 22 2015
Although port infrastructure being limited in Myanmar and Cambodia, and Laos is landlocked, we feel that their booming economies and increasingly liberalised port sectors will provide significant opportunities for the wider shipping sector. Stronger bilateral trade agreements, developing manufacturing sectors and a wealth of natural resources are driving growth in outbound maritime freight, while consumer demand is supporting an uptick in container imports.
 
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Canada Shipping Report Q3 2015

Canada Shipping Report Q3 2015

Date Published: Apr 22 2015
The narrowing of Canada's current account deficit will continue over the coming years, aided by sharp exchange rate depreciation and improving economic conditions in the US. Lower oil prices will curtail export growth in 2015, which will hold back the country's shipping industry somewhat, but manufactured goods exports will increasingly pick up the slack, ensuring a secular decline of the current account shortfall.
 
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Egypt Shipping Report Q3 2015

Egypt Shipping Report Q3 2015

Date Published: Apr 22 2015
We hold a broadly positive view on the Egyptian shipping sector in 2015, expecting the country's economic recovery following years of political unrest - the election of Field Marshall el-Sisi as president in 2014 has introduced a measure of stability not seen since prior to President Hosni Mubarak's ouster in 2011 - to power throughput growth at the country's ports.
 
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