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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Argentina Shipping Report Q4 2015

Argentina Shipping Report Q4 2015

Date Published: Jul 29 2015

BMI View: Our outlook for the Argentine port sector is rosier than it has been for the last several years.
Following years of successive contractions in tonnage and throughput volumes at several of the country's
maritime facilities, this year should see a modest return to positive territory. Weaker private consumption
will dampen imports while a weaker exchange rate will marginally improve the competitiveness of exports,
with knock-on effects for port volumes. However, Argentina's shipping industry continues to struggle with

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China Shipping Report Q4 2015

China Shipping Report Q4 2015

Date Published: Jul 29 2015

BMI View: China will continue to be the most important market for global container shipping in 2015 and
over the years to come. Although there are some risks to the export picture, we expect positive growth
across the country's many major box ports, which dominate the global top 10. 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

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Vietnam Shipping Report Q4 2015

Vietnam Shipping Report Q4 2015

Date Published: Jul 29 2015

BMI View: We continue to be optimistic towards the Vietnamese shipping industry this quarter, with the
port of Ho Chi Minh City and Da Nang both poised to register double-digit container throughput growth in
2015 (10.83% and 12.18% respectively). Tonnage throughput, meanwhile, will also perform strongly over
the course of 2015.
The Vietnamese economy will remain on a strong growth trajectory over the coming years on the back of
continued export resilience and ongoing reform measures by the government to shore up the country's

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United Arab Emirates Shipping Report Q4 2015

United Arab Emirates Shipping Report Q4 2015

Date Published: Jul 22 2015
The UAE's shipping sector, one of the best developed and most important in the world, will continue to expand rapidly in 2015 and over the medium term. The Dubai port of Jebel Ali is the ninth largest in the world in terms of container throughput, while the Abu Dhabi facility of Port Khalifa, only launched in late 2012, is expanding rapidly thanks to the KIZAD industrial zone being developed alongside it.
 
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Australia Shipping Report Q4 2015

Australia Shipping Report Q4 2015

Date Published: Jul 22 2015
In tandem with the wider economy, Australia's shipping industry will not see huge strides in terms of y-o-y growth, but it will nonetheless enjoy modest gains over the medium term. While the Australian economy continued to slow in Q1 2015, we maintain our 2015 real GDP growth forecast of 2.3% (versus 2.7% in 2014) - the country's main ports are set to post modest gains, led by the Port of Melbourne (tonnage growth) and Brisbane (container growth).
 
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Canada Shipping Report Q4 2015

Canada Shipping Report Q4 2015

Date Published: Jul 22 2015
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Egypt Shipping Report Q4 2015

Egypt Shipping Report Q4 2015

Date Published: Jul 22 2015
Our outlook for Egyptian ports is fairly mixed. Although the economy's recovery will bolster demand for shipping services, the growth driver will largely be investment, while private consumption will falter. We expect acceleration in gross fixed capital formation (GFCF) in Egypt over the coming quarters on the back of relative political stability and policy continuity as well as substantial pent-up demand. We expect that this will drive up gross tonnage volumes at Egyptian ports.
 
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Malaysia Shipping Report Q4 2015

Malaysia Shipping Report Q4 2015

Date Published: Jul 22 2015
Over the short term, we anticipate Malaysia's main ports will see a varied performance, alternating between large double-digit annual growth in tonnage throughput (29.60% at the Port of Kuantan in 2015) and an 11.42% contraction at the country's largest port and gateway to Kuala Lumpur, Port Klang.
 
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Nigeria Shipping Report Q4 2015

Nigeria Shipping Report Q4 2015

Date Published: Jul 22 2015
Despite the fact that total trade is on the decline in Nigeria at present, and has been since 2011, the country's main ports are, however, set to experience healthy enough growth over the short to medium term.
 
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Mozambique Freight Transport Report Q3 2015

Mozambique Freight Transport Report Q3 2015

Date Published: Jul 15 2015
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Turkey Freight Transport Report Q3 2015

Turkey Freight Transport Report Q3 2015

Date Published: Jul 15 2015
Over 2015, the freight sector will record growth across the transport modes despite the lacklustre outlook for the economy. The outperforming freight mode in terms of year-on-year (y-oy) tonnage growth is set to be the air freight sector, which will record growth of 7.3% for the year. The other modes will record smaller increases, with road at 4.1% and rail freight volumes at 3.4% y-o-y. Increases will be driven by solid performances in the pharmaceutical sector and by the country's role as a regional logistics hub.
 
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Cold Chain Market in Europe 2015-2019

Cold Chain Market in Europe 2015-2019

Date Published: Jul 15 2015
Report forecast the cold chain market in Europe to grow at a CAGR of 12.2% over the period 2014-2019. 
 
A cold chain is a type of supply chain that involves the storage and transportation of temperature-sensitive goods. Thermal and refrigerated packaging methods are used to help with the transportation and storage of temperature-sensitive goods; extensive logistics planning ensures the integrity of these goods.
 
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Cold Storage Market in India 2015 - 2020

Cold Storage Market in India 2015 - 2020

Date Published: Jul 14 2015
Indian cold storage market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 16.09% by 2020 driven by the growth in the organized retail, Indian fast food market, food processing industry and e-commerce sectors.
Cold storage market in India is expected to be worth US$ 8.57 billion by 2020.
 
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Mozambique Shipping Report Q3 2015

Mozambique Shipping Report Q3 2015

Date Published: Jul 8 2015
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South Korea Shipping Report Q3 2015

South Korea Shipping Report Q3 2015

Date Published: Jul 8 2015
Our forecasts for Busan and Incheon, South Korea's two largest ports, reflect our concerns over a strengthening won, a slowdown in Chinese growth and uncertain demand among other key export partners. We have downgraded our forecasts for 2015 relative to 2014. For Busan we expect tonnage throughput to increase by 4.46%, down from 2014's 6.71%, while at Incheon we expect growth of 2.19%, a fall from 2014's 2.72% growth.
 
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United States Shipping Report Q3 2015

United States Shipping Report Q3 2015

Date Published: Jul 8 2015
BMI maintains its cautiously optimistic view on the US shipping sector. We believe 2015 will see the country's major facilities consolidate the growth seen in 2014. Our overall view that the US economy will continue to accelerate remains firmly in place, and we forecast GDP growth of 2.7% in 2015, with growing consumer demand in particular providing a boost to container volumes.
 
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Central America Freight Transport Report Q3 2015

Central America Freight Transport Report Q3 2015

Date Published: Jul 8 2015

Oil Prices Boost Regional Freight Prospects

 
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Japan Freight Transport Report Q3 2015

Japan Freight Transport Report Q3 2015

Date Published: Jul 8 2015
We expect to see a relatively mixed bag in terms of annual growth across the freight modes in Japan in 2015. Leading the way in year-on-year (y-o-y) terms will be rail freight (3.25%) ahead of road and air (0.49% and 1.20% respectively). With growth across the Japanese freight modes set to be relatively muted in 2015, echoing the malaise in the wider economy, we do caution that infrastructure is very well developed in Japan and growth across the modes is pretty much at saturation.
 
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Bahrain Shipping Report Q3 2015

Bahrain Shipping Report Q3 2015

Date Published: Jul 8 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 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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Japan Shipping Report Q3 2015

Japan Shipping Report Q3 2015

Date Published: Jul 8 2015
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