European Road Freight Transport 2018

Available to download Tuesday 27th November 2018

European Road Freight Transport 2018 examines:

  • Market sizing:
    • Data for European domestic and international road freight market
    • 2017 market sizes
    • 5-year CAGR growth rates 2017-2022
  • Brexit and EU Policy:
    • Analysis of the effects deglobalisation trends (Brexit) and EU policy may have for the road freight sector
  • Digital Freight Marketplaces:
    • Analysis of the potential of digital freight marketplaces and autonomous vehicles and their impact on the market and carriers’ margins
  • Interviews with LSP’s:
    • Case studies on the implementation of different technologies among major LSPs supported by interview evidence
  • Road Freight Provider Profiles:
    • Profiles of major road freight providers – including strategies, finances, technologies used and their implementation
  • European Country Profiles:
    • country profiles for each leading European transport and logistics market, including measures of logistics performance, infrastructure quality, volumes, freight rates and market sizing data

What will you discover?

  • How can road freight companies turn the pressures of technology into potential? What approaches are the leading road freight operators taking towards technology?
  • How will digital freight marketplaces affect the road freight market and carriers’ margins in future?
  • What are the current market risks and how to deal with them?
  • How large is the European domestic and international road freight market and how fast is it growing?

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This report contains

  • Market sizing
  • Brexit and EU policy
  • Digital freight marketplaces
  • Interviews with LSPs
  • Road freight provider profiles
  • European country profiles

This report contains

  • Market sizing
  • Brexit and EU policy
  • Digital freight marketplaces
  • Interviews with LSPs
  • Road freight provider profiles
  • European country profiles

Exclusive highlights

  • Market pressures are growing for LSPs as new technologies and market entrants challenge existing business models. As shippers’ own implementation of technology increases, large LSPs will need to move quickly to convince their clients that they offer technologically superior solutions.
  • The European road freight market grew by 4.5% in nominal terms in 2017
  • What are the real and potential effects of Brexit for road freight providers?
  • The legislative process of the first EC Mobility Package has hit roadblocks.

Exclusive highlights

Comparative Analysis of Leading Road Freight Providers

Comparisons of:

 

  • Approach to and implementation of technology
  • Approach to Mergers & Acquisitions
  • Financial performance – margins in road freight transport logistics
  • Approach to strategic threats – deglobalisation, shifts in vertical sectors

INTRODUCTION  

1 EUROPEAN ROAD FREIGHT MARKET FUNDAMENTALS 

1.1 KEY FINDINGS 

1.2 MARKET STRUCTURE

1.3 CURRENT MARKET RISKS BY TIM PHILIPPS

1.4 EUROPEAN ROAD FREIGHT SUPPLY SIDE ISSUES AND TRENDS 

1.5 EUROPEAN ROAD FREIGHT DEMAND SIDE ISSUES AND TRENDS 

1.6 SUPPLY CHAIN FRAGMENTATION  

1.7 VEHICLE UTILISATION AND RATES OF EMPTY RUNNING  

1.8 COST STRUCTURES 

1.9 FREIGHT RATES 

1.10 THE RELATIVE IMPORTANCE OF DOMESTIC AND INTERNATIONAL ROAD FREIGHT IN EUROPE 

1.11 THE NATURE OF INTERNATIONAL ROAD FREIGHT TRANSPORT 

1.12 CABOTAGE 

1.13 ADDITIONAL ROAD FREIGHT DATA SEGMENTATION

1.14CURRENT SHIPPERS’ FOCUS BY TIM PHILIPPS 

1.15 BREXIT: IMPLICATIONS FOR THE TRANSPORT SECTOR

1.16 EU MOBILITY PACKAGE: WHERE ARE WE NOW? 

1.17 ROAD TRANSPORT- THE WAY FORWARD BY TIM PHILIPPS

2 ROAD FREIGHT INNOVATION  

2.1 KEY FINDINGS 

2.2 LOGISTICS INNOVATIONS: SCIENCE FICTION OR FACT?

2.2.1 Digital Marketplaces in the Road Freight/Trucking Sector

2.2.2 Autonomous trucks

2.3 INNOVATION IN PRACTICE: HOW DO MAJOR LSPs LEVERAGE INNOVATIONS

2.3.1 DHL FREIGHT

2.3.2 DB SCHENKER

2.3.3 DSV

2.3.4 GEODIS

2.3.5 KUEHNE + NAGEL

3 MARKET SIZE AND FORECASTS

3.1 KEY FINDINGS 

3.2 ROAD FREIGHT MARKET (2017)

3.3 ROAD FREIGHT MARKET (2018)

3.4. ROAD FREIGHT MARKET (2022)

3.5 TOP 10 EUROPEAN ROAD FREIGHT TRANSPORT PROVIDERS

3.6 DOMESTIC ROAD FREIGHT MARKET (2017)

3.7 DOMESTIC ROAD FREIGHT MARKET (2018)

3.8 DOMESTIC ROAD FREIGHT MARKET (2022)

3.9 INTERNATIONAL ROAD FREIGHT MARKET (2017)

3.10 INTERNATIONAL ROAD FREIGHT MARKET (2018)

3.11 INTERNATIONAL ROAD FREIGHT MARKET (2022)

4 TRANSPORT AND LOGISTICS PROFILES OF EUROPEAN COUNTRIES

4.1 EUROPEAN ROAD FREIGHT TRANSPORT: TOP 5 MARKET GROWTH RATES (REAL TERMS) 2010-2018 

4.2 EUROPEAN ROAD FREIGHT TRANSPORT: VOLUME OF ROAD TRANSPORT MARKET

4.3 EUROPEAN ROAD FREIGHT TRANSPORT: MARKET BY TYPE OF TRANSPORT

4.4 EUROPEAN ROAD FREIGHT TRANSPORT: LARGEST DOMESTIC ROAD FREIGHT MARKETS

4.5 EUROPEAN ROAD FREIGHT TRANSPORT: LARGEST INTERNATIONAL ROAD FREIGHT MARKETS BY ORIGIN OF FREIGHT

4.6 EUROPEAN ROAD FREIGHT TRANSPORT: LARGEST INTERNATIONAL ROAD FREIGHT MARKETS BY DESTINATION OF FREIGHT

4.7 EUROPEAN ROAD FREIGHT TRANSPORT: TOP 100 COUNTRY-TO-COUNTRY INTERNATIONAL ROAD FREIGHT TRADE LANES (M TKM)

4.8 EUROPEAN ROAD FREIGHT TRANSPORT: TOTAL MARKET TRIP DISTANCE BY WEIGHT UPLIFTED

4.9 EUROPEAN ROAD FREIGHT TRANSPORT: TRIP DISTANCE BY WEIGHT UPLIFTED BY COUNTRY 

4.10 EUROPEAN ROAD FREIGHT TRANSPORT: ROAD TRANSPORT BY TYPE OF GOOD TRANSPORTED

4.11 PROFILES OF EUROPEAN COUNTRIES

4.11. 1 AUSTRIA

4.11.2 BELGIUM

4.11.3 CZECH REPUBLIC

4.11.4 DENMARK

4.11.5 FINLAND

4.11.6 FRANCE

4.11.7 GERMANY

4.11.8 GREECE

4.11.9 HUNGARY

4.11.10 ITALY

4.11.11 NETHERLANDS

4.11.12 NORWAY

4.11.13 POLAND

4.11.14 PORTUGAL

4.11.15 ROMANIA

4.11.16 SLOVAKIA

4.11.17 SPAIN

4.11.18 SWEDEN

4.11.19 SWITZERLAND

4.11.20 UNITED KINGDOM

  1. ROAD FREIGHT OPERATOR PROFILES

5.1 KEY FINDINGS 

5.2 DACHSER 

5.3 DB SCHENKER 

5.4 DHL FREIGHT 

5.5 DSV 

5.6 GEFCO  

5.7 KUEHNE + NAGEL 

5.8 LKW WALTER 

5.9 RHENUS 

5.10 SNCF LOGISTICS (GEODIS)

5.11 TNT (FEDEX)

5.12 XPO  

 

   

As Head of Research, Nick Bailey is responsible for all of Ti’s research products, including logistics market and vertical sector reports, as well as Ti’s flagship Global Supply Chain Intelligence (GSCi) market intelligence portal. Nick is actively involved in research for these product ranges, as well as in the development of new and existing research capabilities at Ti. Nick also coordinates the efforts of Ti’s team of researchers and analysts, and supports Ti’s consultancy offering for a global client base. Prior to joining Ti in 2013, he spent several successful years working in international trade and foreign direct investment, and has since developed specialisms in e-commerce, the road freight market and emerging market logistics working in Europe, Asia and the Middle East.

   

Tim Phillips until recently was President of  Coyote Logistics Europe (A UPS company). He was responsible for the smooth transition of the Freightex business to the Coyote US technology model and the development and implementation of a European growth plan.  He was CEO of Freightex, where he led it to be one of the early fast-growing technology enabled freight brokerages, before the sale to Coyote in early 2017.

Tim is enthusiastic about the use of technology to improve the logistics sector. He has a degree in Mechanical Engineering and is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport.

 

Violeta Keckarovska is a research analyst with vast experience in the design, implementation and analysis of electronic and person-to-person surveys. Having worked across a number of sectors, including retail, luxury goods and FMCG, Violeta is experienced in gaining valuable insights across brand perception, voice of customer and strategic re-positioning intelligence campaigns for B-to-B and B-to-C clients.

As a member of the Market Research Society, Violeta brings best practice in research, insight and analytics across Ti.

 

Andy Ralls is a quantitative analyst at Ti. He graduated from the University of Southampton with a Mathematics with Finance degree in 2014. In his studies, he chose a final year project on actuarial modelling and forecasting and enjoyed modules on statistical distribution theory, financial mathematics and macroeconomics.

Andy has since worked for a top accountancy firm and for a wealth management company. These experiences give him a strong understanding of company accounts and investment products and has given him a wider understanding of the financial sector.

 

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This report is specifically written to provide comprehensive and easily accessible strategic information to those involved or with an interest in this sector as well as:

  • Global manufacturers
  • Banks and financial institutions
  • Supply chain managers and directors
  • Logistics procurement managers
  • Marketing managers
  • Knowledge managers
  • Investors
  • All C-level executives

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