GSCi SubscriptionNEW: 2022, 2023 & 2026 market forecast data
Ti’s Global Supply Chain intelligence database (GSCi) contains in depth logistics data and analysis for the European Road Freight market.
– 2022 market sizes and growth rates.
– 2023 full year projections.
– Forecasts to 2026.
What other road freight data does GSCi contain?
– Weekly road freight data and trend analysis for 36 lanes.
– Road freight market sizing, share and forecast data – by country, international and domestic.
– LTL/FTL segmentation and forecast data.
– Weekly diesel prices & quarterly freight rate index.
– Analysis of the latest road freight trends such as driver shortages, fuel costs and digitilization.
– Market maps for the new digital landscape, with strategic profiling of start-ups and market incumbents.
– Detailed analysis of the impact of the war in Ukraine, EU Mobility Package and rising inflation.
What GSCi will do for you:
- Help you to identify opportunities for growth
- Provide data to support your strategic decisions
- Remain up to date with road freight industry trends and developments
- Understand future impacts on the road freight industry
How can GSCi help you?
- Market data and analysis to bring you up to date with the latest trends, growth rates and forecasts - Understand the potential in different markets and assess the potential for growth or threats.
- Country and vertical sector analysis - Understand the scope of the logistics industry at a granular level.
- Strategic, operational and financial data on companies - Allowing you to identify positions of strength and weakness.
- Live data covering all the key metrics for the logistics industry - Maximise on market trends as they develop.
- Road freight benchmarking data
What can you expect from GSCi?
- Dedicated account management team providing on-going support and step-by-step guides
- Exclusive content written by senior analysts and notification of database updates delivered to you through weekly newsletters
- Create your own reports using GSCi data through the 'My reports' function
- Access to over 300 Ti Market reports covering all the key logistics markets (road freight, freight forwarding, e-commerce, contract logistics & express)
- Global and small group licenses available for multiple user access
Every GSCi subscription has a dedicated account team which will provide you with initial training, step by step guides and are on call to answer any questions you have to enable you to get the maximum potential from your subscription:
- Account manager: Your account manager is responsible for helping clients get the most out of their portal subscription. They will help you find the market intelligence you need for your business. All our account managers have a background in research which gives them excellent knowledge of the logistics industry and of the solutions Ti has developed to serve stakeholders in the market.
- Account executive: Your account executive will help set up your subscription and will assist with any questions you have.
- Researcher/Analyst: Once your subscription is set up, you will be assigned a researcher/analyst who will assist with any specific research and content questions you have when using GSCi.
Complete the form on the right or contact Michael Clover to book your free tailored demonstration today [email protected] or call +44 (0)1666 519907
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