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Global e-commerce Logistics 2020 includes the latest research on the rapidly changing e-commerce logistics sector.
Technological advances, continued growth in both cross-border e-commerce and m-commerce and the threat of online business to brick & mortar stores are instrumental challenges to the global e-commerce logistics market. Although the market is growing fast, consumer and retailer demands mean that logistics costs are growing just as quickly and LSPs margins are getting squeezed. Ti’s Global e-commerce logistics 2020 report analyses these trends in full whilst also assessing the impact they have on global supply chains.
LSPs and retailers must concentrate on new and improved efficiencies in e-fulfilment, m-commerce, technology and alternative delivery networks – trends that will continue to drive changes in the industry for many years to come.
How do LSPs and retailers keep up with rapidly evolving customer expectations whilst also competing with start ups that are filling technological gaps in the supply chain?
Global e-commerce logistics 2020 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
- 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
- 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?
- 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, 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
- Rapid e-commerce growth has given rise to many tech-enabled start-ups that have recognized gaps in the market and supply chain
- Despite even the largest LSPs being stretched to breaking point, logistics costs percentage remain effectively unchanged