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The express and small parcels market experienced soaring revenues and impressive growth in 2020, but challenges lie ahead, particularly for the on-demand sector.
Global Express & Small Parcels 2021 provides comprehensive analysis of the current state of the market, the future of express and small parcels and what it might look like in a post-Covid era, and where there are opportunities for growth.
The report contains in depth assessment of the future of on-demand, evaluating the challenges the sector is facing now that buying behaviour is changing. The report also addresses B2B express, assessing market characteristics, major drivers, and customer segments.
Finally the report profiles and compares leading express providers and integrators, and contains Ti’s bespoke logistics market sizing, covering 2020 growth rates, full year 2021 projections and 2021-2025 forecasts.
This report contains:
- Market sizing and forecasts – 2021 full year projections, 2020 full year and 2021 H1 growth rates and 2021-2025 CAGR forecasts, split by country, international and domestic.
- Comparison of market pricing and parcel yields.
- The future of on-demand delivery, including analysis of on-demand economics, investment, consolidation, localised services and market opportunities.
- Detailed assessment of B2B express logistics, including market characteristics, major drivers, and customer segments.
- In depth express provider profiles.
- Comparative reviews of the global integrators.
- Express growth looks to be slowing in the second half of 2021.
- Ti projects the market will grow by 10.4% in 2021, and will grow at a 7.7% CAGR through to 2025.
- There are far better prospects for on-demand in developing markets due to wealth inequality, driver remuneration and the ability to cover large urban areas.
- To be economically viable, on-demand companies need to increase efficiency, delivery network density, ‘shopping basket’ value and commission.
- As lockdowns end and on-demand volumes stagnate, consolidation may be the only option for providers to sustain the drop density they require to make their operations profitable.
- Inventory policy and customer service levels are key drivers for B2B express logistics.
- Buying behaviour is evolving, making it difficult to assess the trajectory of volume & demand for traditional B2B services.
- In markets where competition is intense, achieving yield gains is challenging for existing operators.
- On-demand delivery companies have thrived over the past 18 months, but do they have a future in the post-Covid age? And what must they do in order to succeed?
- Why are on-demand prospects far better in emerging markets?
- What does the profile of the B2B express logistics market look like in 2021? What are the major B2B express logistics drivers?
- Why is traditional B2B express fading?
- How fast has the market grown throughout 2021?
- How fast is the market expected to grow over the next 5 years? And how will the market perform in a post-Covid age?
- How has each region performed in 2021? Which regions are growing fastest?
- How important is cross-border e-commerce to market growth?
- Why have vertical sectors such as pharmaceutical and retail been such positive contributors to express volumes over the year?