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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Nigeria Shipping Report Q3 2015

Nigeria Shipping Report Q3 2015

Date Published: Apr 29 2015

BMI View: 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.
Modest growth will be the order of the day in 2015 across Nigeria's main ports, with the port of Sapele set
to lead the way in terms of year-on-year (y-o-y) growth (3.00%). Meanwhile, the country's largest port in

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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.
As BMI has been expecting, the Polish economy is being driven forward by a recovery in domestic demand

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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.
Underpinning this impressive growth is growth in exports. Indeed, total export turnover in Hanoi, the

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Japan Freight Transport Report Q2 2015

Japan Freight Transport Report Q2 2015

Date Published: Apr 22 2015
The improving performance of Japanese net exports has played a part in helping the wider economy emerge from recession, providing a boost to the country's shipping industry over the short term. However, that said, we do not expect the gains in net exports attributable to the weak yen to spill over into 2015 to a large extent, as the real effective gains in the yen over the past few months, together with the collapse in oil prices, should drive up imports relative to exports.
 
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Thailand Shipping Report Q2 2015

Thailand Shipping Report Q2 2015

Date Published: Apr 22 2015
We expect healthy growth across Thailand's maritime shipping sector in 2015. While challenges from the volatile political situation - following the establishment of a military government in May 2014 - persist, the government has introduced a range of measures which should help boost the economy and reassure investors. Externally, the market for Thai exports is looking stronger, and continued investment into the maritime facilities will see growth continue over the longer term.
 
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Mozambique Freight Transport Report Q2 2015

Mozambique Freight Transport Report Q2 2015

Date Published: Apr 22 2015
We forecast robust growth across Mozambique's freight transport modes in 2015, despite a moderate slowdown in real GDP growth. We forecast an economic expansion of 5.9% in 2015, following an estimated 7.2% last year, but expect a rebound to 8.3% in 2016. Growth in the freight transport sector will be driven primarily by the developing coal mining industry in Mozambique, which will power both growth in volumes on road, rail and through the country's ports, but also investment into the sector.
 
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Turkey Shipping Report Q2 2015

Turkey Shipping Report Q2 2015

Date Published: Apr 22 2015
There is a mixed picture for Turkish exports in the coming quarters, which could end up having an influence on our shipping forecasts by the end of the year. While eurozone growth momentum is strengthening after a soft patch in H214, external demand from other key markets will continue to suffer. Russia and CIS states together accounted for 12.0% of total exports in 2013 and export growth to this region contracted by 6.5% y-o-y in H214.
 
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Tanzania Freight Transport Report Q2 2015

Tanzania Freight Transport Report Q2 2015

Date Published: Apr 22 2015
At present, although we expect continued expansion in the country's overall freight tonnage, the rate of growth will slow due to the rising level of risks emanating from the various transport infrastructure plans involving Tanzania's neighbours - such as the proposed railway connecting Kenya, Rwanda and Uganda, which threatens Tanzania's throughput levels as trade to and from these landlocked hinterland states will be diverted to Kenyan ports.
 
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United Arab Emirates Shipping Report Q3 2015

United Arab Emirates Shipping Report Q3 2015

Date Published: Apr 22 2015
The UAE's shipping sector will enjoy strong growth in 2015, thanks to both domestic and global factors. Demand for containerised goods transhipped through Jebel Ali should be high as the fall in the global oil price increases consumers' spending power in the West, while at Port Khalifa, continued investment in the port and the adjoining industrial zone will ensure that it stays on its rapid expansion trajectory.
 
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Turkey Freight Transport Report Q2 2015

Turkey Freight Transport Report Q2 2015

Date Published: Apr 22 2015
Following a year in which BMI believes saw steady growth across the whole of Turkey's freight transport sector, 2015 will signal further improvement in line with the country's continuing economic growth. Total trade is projected to pick up with our Country Risk desk forecasting a year-on-year (y-o-y) increase of 4.75% in 2015 following an estimated growth of 3.25% in 2014.
 
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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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Central America Freight Transport Report Q2 2015

Central America Freight Transport Report Q2 2015

Date Published: Apr 22 2015
Since our last quarterly report it is clear that as 2015 began, international oil prices slumped more sharply than most analysts had been expecting. It is also evident that they will remain lower than at first projected for 2015 as a whole. This is good news for the Central American freight transport sector in various ways.
 
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Malaysia Shipping Report Q3 2015

Malaysia Shipping Report Q3 2015

Date Published: Apr 22 2015
Malaysia's main ports will see volume growth broadly in a 2-4% range this year, lagging slightly behind the growth of the wider economy. Port Klang and Port Tanjung Pelepas continue to benefit from expansion projects and developments that have been completed over the last two years. We are maintaining our existing outlook for the Malaysian economy, which sees GDP growth decelerating from 5.8% in 2014 to 4.2% in 2015.
 
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North America Aviation Crew Management System Market 2015-2019

North America Aviation Crew Management System Market 2015-2019

Date Published: Apr 15 2015
Report forecast North America Aviation Crew Management market to grow at a CAGR of 7.55 percent over the period 2014-2019.
 
Timely scheduling of crew members to their respective flights by optimally utilizing the available resources is a tough task. This task is solved by the readymade CMS algorithms. CMS is a software that is used to solve and enhance the overall performance of airline operations, affected by the factors listed below:
• Dynamic route optimization
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Panama Freight Transport Report Q2 2015

Panama Freight Transport Report Q2 2015

Date Published: Apr 15 2015
Once the Panama Canal expansion project concludes in 2016, after delays in 2014 due to strikes look poised to prolong the construction process, real GDP growth will slow due to a deceleration in construction. That said, growth will continue to be healthy in the air and maritime freight sectors going forward with the expansion of the Canal offering widespread upside risk over the medium to long term.
 
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