The Future of B2B Express Logistics


The B2C express logistics market has undergone a rapid and high profile transformation through the Covid-19 pandemic, but the B2B market has seen far less attention, even though it still represents 40-45% of parcel throughput for the integrators.

The B2B express segment has undergone its own structural transformation over the course of 2020 and 2021, with e-commerce itself indirectly driving change in B2B express operations as companies seek to maintain stock and redistribute inventory closer to end consumers. Meanwhile express services have been increasingly used to resolve many of the supply chain problems arising from Covid-19, especially in just-in-time sectors.

Ti’s latest research paper examines the changes in B2B express over the past year by subsector, and looks ahead to how the market will develop with this new structure in place.

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