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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Mexico Freight Transport Report Q2 2015

Mexico Freight Transport Report Q2 2015

Date Published: Mar 18 2015
Economic growth in Mexico will accelerate in 2015, driven by stronger private consumption, an uptick in fixed investment, and robust US demand for the country's manufactured goods exports. Moreover, the newly-liberalised energy sector will attract significant investment in the coming years, despite lower oil prices.
 
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Romania Freight Transport Report Q2 2015

Romania Freight Transport Report Q2 2015

Date Published: Mar 18 2015
BMI notes that 2014 saw increasing freight volumes across the whole of Romania's freight transport sector, and therefore forecasts further strong growth in line with the country's improving macroeconomic outlook. We project total trade to pick up, with our Country Risk desk forecasting a y-o-y increase of 5.75% in 2015 following estimated growth of 5.70% in 2014.
 
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Vietnam Freight Transport Report Q2 2015

Vietnam Freight Transport Report Q2 2015

Date Published: Mar 18 2015
The Vietnamese economy is set to perform strongly in 2015, due to continued strong foreign direct investment (FDI), healthy export growth and ongoing efforts by the government to improve macroeconomic fundamentals. In turn, the country's freight industry is set to benefit as a result. In line with our bullish economic outlook for Vietnam, the country's real GDP growth accelerated to an impressive 7.0% in Q4 2014 from the revised 6.1% in the previous quarter.
 
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Croatia Shipping Report Q2 2015

Croatia Shipping Report Q2 2015

Date Published: Mar 18 2015
Activity at the main Croatian ports in 2015 will be mixed, with container traffic growing in a 3%-5% range, while bulk tonnage will fall at two ports, Rijeka and Sibenik, but will register a small improvement at Ploče. The reason for this disparate performance will be the weak state of the domestic economy and the country's poor foreign trade showing.
 
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Estonia Shipping Report Q2 2015

Estonia Shipping Report Q2 2015

Date Published: Mar 18 2015

Port Of Tallinn To Benefit From Trade Diversification

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Brazil Freight Transport Report Q2 2015

Brazil Freight Transport Report Q2 2015

Date Published: Mar 18 2015
We anticipate that growth in Brazil's freight transport volumes will outperform the Latin American giant's real GDP growth over our medium-term forecast period (2015-2019), across all modes. Brazil will remain mired in a period of low growth in the coming years, due to a slowing consumer story, persistent business environment challenges, and a weaker external environment. Nevertheless, steady growth in mining and agriculture output will ensure that freight volumes keep growing.
 
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Greece Shipping Report Q2 2015

Greece Shipping Report Q2 2015

Date Published: Mar 18 2015
While Greek ports continue to benefit from their role as regional gateways, linked to European transit trade demand, risks to the shipping sector have increased as a result of the election of the new Syriza government. The new administration in Athens has halted its predecessor's privatisation programme, including the planned sale of a stake in Piraeus Port Authority (OLP). This could damage the country's future attractiveness to investors, with ship-owners also potentially affected by increased rates of taxation.
 
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Hong Kong Freight Transport Report Q2 2015

Hong Kong Freight Transport Report Q2 2015

Date Published: Mar 18 2015
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Hong Kong Shipping Report Q2 2015

Hong Kong Shipping Report Q2 2015

Date Published: Mar 18 2015
According to BMI's forecasts, the port of Hong Kong will resume growth in box volumes in 2015 after three years of decline. Recent throughput volumes have been affected by a number of factors, including recession in the eurozone, sluggish US growth, the slowing Chinese economy, a move by Chinese factories further inland and competition from the port of Shenzhen. However, some of these factors are now expected to ease.
 
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India Freight Transport Report Q2 2015

India Freight Transport Report Q2 2015

Date Published: Mar 18 2015
The primary issue in Indian freight transport is the state of the nation's ports. Investment in the 12 major state-run facilities has not kept up with the demand engendered by rapid economic growth experienced in India over the past decade. Plans to push ahead with the privatisation of state-run facilities will likely see mass strikes in the sector in 2015.
 
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Indonesia Shipping Report Q2 2015

Indonesia Shipping Report Q2 2015

Date Published: Mar 18 2015
Indonesian Economy Set To Accelerate in 2015
We are expecting activity at Indonesia's main ports to be positive and broadly comparable to last year, with growth of cargo handled ranging roughly between 3% and 8%. Of particular interest to the bulk shipping sector is the fate of the government's existing ban on the export of unprocessed mineral ores. The Constitutional Court upheld the ban in December, but there have been some signs that the authorities might relax the measure as part of a wider deal with mining companies.
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Indonesia Freight Transport Report Q2 2015

Indonesia Freight Transport Report Q2 2015

Date Published: Mar 18 2015

Freight Growth In Good Single Digits

Across Indonesia's different freight modes, we are expecting cargo volume growth in a range of 3-8% during 2015. Both GDP and foreign trade expansion will support the freight sector. In the medium to longer term we continue to think that the key to sustainable growth is investment in port infrastructure, including road and rail links in the hinterland areas. The new government wants to push forward on this front.
 
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Latvia Shipping Report Q2 2015

Latvia Shipping Report Q2 2015

Date Published: Mar 18 2015
The port of Riga, Latvia's top maritime facility both in terms of total tonnage and container throughput, is set to continue growth, albeit more moderate, in 2015, following strong increase in tonnage over the past year. In terms of box throughput Riga has a strong position to build on in 2015, enhanced by robust increase in volumes over the last five years.
 
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Israel Freight Transport Report Q2 2015

Israel Freight Transport Report Q2 2015

Date Published: Mar 18 2015
Growth on Israel's freight transport network will be positive in 2015. This is an improvement on recent years, when the sector has seen declining volumes on air planes and at the country's major ports, thanks to sluggish economic growth - both domestically and in major trade partner Europe - and political instability on its borders with other states, and with Gaza.
 
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Mexico Shipping Report Q2 2015

Mexico Shipping Report Q2 2015

Date Published: Mar 18 2015
We remain optimistic toward Mexico's long-term growth outlook on the back of a booming manufacturing sector, an increasingly strong private consumer and favourable demographics. As a result, we retain a cautious optimism towards the country's shipping sector. Mexico's real GDP growth will accelerate in 2015, driven by an improvement private consumption, stronger growth of manufacturing exports, and a recovery in public investment.
 
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Kuwait Freight Transport Report Q2 2015

Kuwait Freight Transport Report Q2 2015

Date Published: Mar 18 2015
We expect positive growth across the Kuwaiti freight transport sector in 2015. The outperformer will be the port of Shuaiba, where we expect gross tonnage throughput growth to outperform with an expansion of 10%, although we note risk to this forecast from the upcoming launch of the new Mubarak al-Kabir facility. Air freight will grow much more sluggishly, while the launch of the country's rail freight network grows ever closer, with approval granted to its construction by the municipal council.
 
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South Korea Shipping Report Q2 2015

South Korea Shipping Report Q2 2015

Date Published: Mar 18 2015
Our expectations for continued weakness in South Korea's economy following Q414 figures have prompted us to revise our forecast for real GDP growth in 2015 downwards from 3.5% to 3.1%, but we are sticking to our shipping forecasts for the same period from last quarter. We expect high levels of household debt to weigh on private consumption and a challenging external environment to continue presenting headwinds to Korean exports, which will weigh on the country's shipping firms as a result, preventing the double-digit gains enjoyed back in 2010.
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India Shipping Report Q2 2015

India Shipping Report Q2 2015

Date Published: Mar 11 2015
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Iran Shipping Report Q2 2015

Iran Shipping Report Q2 2015

Date Published: Mar 11 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. However, we note increased risk to our projections since our last quarterly update, as plummeting oil prices will weigh on Iranian economic activity and port throughputs.
 
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Kuwait Shipping Report Q2 2015

Kuwait Shipping Report Q2 2015

Date Published: Mar 11 2015
We expect continued growth through Kuwait's major ports. Although real GDP growth is slowing - more the result of delayed investment than the massive oil price fall - we expect volume growth will hold up, albeit at varying rates. Gross tonnage volume growth will exceed that of containers. The major development in the Kuwaiti ports sector this year will be the opening of the new Mubarak al-Kabir port, if it opens according to schedule.
 

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