Global e-commerce Logistics: A Covid-19 UpdateAvailable to download today
Global e-commerce Logistics 2020: A Covid-19 Update contains up to date thoughts on the global e-commerce logistics market in light of the Covid-19 impact. It also provides Ti’s original analysis of the technological pressures, ever evolving purchasing habits and continued cross-border e-commerce growth.
Covid-19 has exacerbated the threat of online business to brick & mortar stores. Ti’s recent survey of logistics industry professionals reveals a grim future for bricks-and-mortar retail – a staggering 94% see little prospect for improved demand for high street store distribution after the coronavirus crisis has passed.
Global e-commerce Logistics 2020: A Covid-19 Update analyses the full impact of the Covid-19 crisis on the e-commerce market as well as assessing trends and opportunities outside of the fallout from Covid-19.
- How will the Covid-19 crisis impact e-commerce? What are the critical challenges and opportunities for LSPs and retailers?
- How will the Covid-19 crisis affect consumer buying behaviour in the short, and long term?
- What are the other trends and challenges facing the e-commerce market in 2020 and beyond?
The report also provides Ti’s world leading market sizing analysis and growth forecasts. The report assesses cost breakdowns by channel and region, the structure of the e-fulfilment market and company strategies led by interviews with leading logistics players.
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This report contains
- The trends and developments impacting e-commerce logistics in 2020, including the impact of Covid-19.
- Comprehensive data and analysis on e-commerce logistics market size and growth from 46 countries as well as forecasts to 2024 by country
- Cost structures of major e-retailers by retail channel, vertical sector and geography
- Market splits for e-fulfilment / last mile
- Interviews and primary research with leading e-fulfilment, last mile providers and retailers
- Strategic profiles of leading online retailers & LSPs
Questions the report asks and answers
- How will the Covid-19 crisis impact e-commerce and consumer buying behaviour? What are the critical challenges and opportunities for LSPs and retailers?
- Asia Pacific’s e-commerce logistics market grew at 19.7% in 2019, but how have other regions grown and how does this growth compare?
- By 2024, China’s e-commerce logistics market is expected to double in size, how are other countries expected to grow?
- How important are long-term relationships between LSPs and retailers in the current market? What benefits do they provide?
- How are LSPs and retailers reacting to m-commerce growth? What must they do to keep up with changing consumer purchasing habits?
- How are LSPs and retailers leveraging technology in order to improve their supply chains and compete with start-ups?
- With online retail sales set to inevitably continue on a sharp upwards trajectory, what must LSPs and retailers do to ensure optimum efficiency and to minimise logistics spend?
- How large is the e-fulfilment market relative to the last mile market?
- Covid-19 has completely exacerbated the threat of online business to bricks and mortar retail.
- The infrastructure which the largest e-retailers have put in place has shown to be highly robust in the face of the COVID-19 crisis
- Successfully building an on-demand delivery service is very challenging. Larger players not only face cut-throat price competition but the difficulties of working in a fragmented market
- The global e-commerce logistics market grew 16.0% in nominal terms in 2019 and is expected to be worth over €500bn by 2024. US growth remains strong at 14.9%
- Global logistics costs are 15% of e-commerce sales
- LSPs and retailers face a mixture of challenges outside of the Covid-19 crisis, especially with increasing m-commerce and cross-border e-commerce demand.
- Growth in m-commerce is expected to surpass e-commerce sales and account for 54% of online sales by 2021.
- Pure-play retailers are likely going to engage in online-to-offline as they seek to combine the speed and convenience of online shopping with the physicality of offline shopping