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SOURCE Ken Research
GURUGRAM, India, October 4, 2017 /PRNewswire/ --
Australia Logistics Market by Service Mix (Freight Forwarding, Warehousing Services, Value Added Services and Postal Courier Pick Up & Delivery Services), by Geography (South Wales, Victoria, Queensland, South Australia), Australia Freight Forwarding Market Segmentation by Freight Movement (Road Freight, Rail Freight, Air Freight and Water Freight), by major flow corridors (Sea, domestic, road freight, rail freight), by Type of delivery (normal and express), by freight forwarding (international and domestic), by freight forwarding companies (DHL, Toll Holdings, AirRoad, Agility, CEVA logistics, Powerhouse International, William Global Freight, Axima Pty Ltd, AAA World Cargo Traders, Professional Freight Services, Cairns Best Freight). The report also covers Australia Warehousing Market, Express Logistics Market, 3PL Market and Cold Chain industry.
Australia News, October 2017
The Australia logistics and warehousing industry will be driven by government investment in infrastructure development of road, rail, air and water transport facilities. Around AUD 70 billion has been allocated for transport infrastructure from 2014 to 2021. Moreover, the government is planning to spend AUD 75 billion for funding road and rail infrastructure from 2018 to 2027. Moreover, the partnership of the Australian government with New South Wales, Victoria, Queensland, Western Australia, South Australia, Tasmania, Northern Territory and the Australian Capital Territory in 2014 is expected to assist the various land transport infrastructure projects. Further the large companies are expanding their operations through partnerships. Freight forwarding industry will continue to account for the larger share of the revenue pie. This will be supported by the growth of 3PL service providers as global players enter Australia market. Large companies majorly focus on value added services in order to gain competitive advantage over other players in the market. The market has seen the power shifting to the consumer, internet driving growth, transformation of supply chain, B2C outgrowing B2B, new technology and home delivery. The value added services segment has seen faster growth in the international market than domestic primarily due to growing cross border ecommerce. With the development of artificial intelligence and growth of ecommerce sector, the demand for warehousing is expected to develop with Auto and Ancillary and Chemical and Pharmaceutical sectors emerge as largest demand drivers of Warehousing space.
Ken Research in its latest study, Australia Logistics and Warehousing Market by Sector (Freight Forwarding, Warehousing, VAS), By Domestic & International Services - Outlook to 2021 suggests that DHL, FedEx, Toll Holdings, SCT Logistics, Qube holdings, Aurizon Holdings, Maersk Line, Hapag Llyod, TNT Australia and Australia Post will remain the major logistics and warehousing companies in this space. However, these major players will witness rising competition from small regional players due to low entry barriers.
Australia Logistics and Warehousing Market is projected to register a positive CAGR during the period 2016-2021. Geographical expansion, digital technology, changing consumer preferences and increase in Public and Private Investment in infrastructure is expected to drive the Australia Logistics and Warehousing Market in the future. The report provides information on market size of the Australia Logistics and Warehousing Market, market segmentation on the basis of service mix and geography.
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