This report provides a comprehensive overview and analysis of the Australian logistics and express sector. It contains historical and estimated size of the markets classified by different modes and analyses the trends, drivers and various policy reforms impacting the logistics market in Australia.
Scope of this research
- The report provides an overview and analysis of the logistics and express markets in Australia
- Covers the logistics market across key segments such as modes of transport, including road, rail, air and sea and contract logistics and warehousing
- The report addresses the economic performance and infrastructural development relevant to logistics and express markets
- Drivers and challenges in each industry vertical, such as agriculture and mining
Research and analysis highlights
The logistics sector declined in 2009 by almost 7% from a high of $72.2 billion in 2008 to $67.1 billion in 2009. This was primarily driven by a challenging economic scenario. However, the sector is expected to see resumed growth in correlation with the anticipated rise in Chinese demand.
In the current environment, an important growth driver for logistics providers is investment in new technologies which bring value addition to their current service offerings
The 3PL providers have developed from being just outsourcing partners for transportation into being allies in achieving specific goals. From contributing in providing transportation and warehouses, they have evolved and are increasingly offering integrated solutions, IT infrastructure integration and support and warehousing management systems
Key reasons to purchase this research
- Understand the size of the Australian logistics market, detailing the various segments such as modes of transport and services
- Understand the market split into different modes
- Benchmark key countries against Australia