Vertical sector logistics market sizing data – available through GSCi

GSCi’s vertical sector market sizing data enables users to compare and analyse key data and understand the potential within vertical sectors and across different regions.

Ti provides data for:

  • Chemical
  • Fashion
  • Consumer packaged goods
  • Pharmaceutical
  • Clinical Trials
  • Automotive
  • High tech

What kind of data will be available?

  • Global logistics spend & market sizing
    • Total, by region and major countries
  • Industry sales and production figures by region
  • Market forecasting
  • Cost profiles
  • Factors affecting logistics spend


Why is Ti’s vertical sector market sizing important?

Ti’s market sizing is the logistics industry’s #1 benchmark of market growth and is widely referenced in LSPs’ annual reports and by investors.


How will it benefit you and your business?

All of the data on GSCi enables you to optimise your strategy to changing conditions, capitalising on new opportunities and reacting to risks laid bare in the most up to date granular data.


How is the data displayed and visualized?

Ti market sizing can be viewed on GSCi as tables and visualized in heat maps, and in a variety of charts.

Data is displayed in interactive charts and maps to help you understand and interpret the data faster.



Market sizing methodologies and sources

Ti has been developing and refining its market sizing methodologies for publication since 2002 and has developed a unique methodology for each logistics market and vertical sector, which is tailored to each segment’s dynamics.

Ti’s market sizing data reflects the theoretical aggregation of all revenues generated through the provision of specified logistics services. The data is produced by aggregating known company revenues and modelling the full market size with Ti’s unique market size models.

Ti’s models are based on key economic indicators and proxies provided by reputable global sources such as the IMF or OECD, and national statistics bodies. Ti’s analyst leverage Ti’s extensive primary research to model the relationship between such indicators and logistics market growth, to provide fully scaled up market sizes.

The full methodology and definitions for all markets are available on GSCi and upon request.