This databook assesses the prospects for logistics in automotive aftermarket sector. It provides information on total logistics (by value) with respect to nature of sourcing and logistics activity. It also splits transport logistics by mode of transport, destination and shipment. It concludes with a snapshot of logistics and transport spending in Europe (covering the 13 key European markets).
Scope of this research
- Logistics spending by nature of sourcing - In-house, outsourced, and contract logistics spending by activity (transport, warehouse, and VAS)
- Transport logistics spending by destination - Domestic and international destination by transport mode
- Transport logistics spending by shipment - Air and road transport logistics spending by express, LTL freight, and FTL freight
Research and analysis highlights
Automotive aftermarket logistics spending in Spain declined at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of -9.1% over 2005-10. Logistics spending is forecast to decline at a CAGR of -0.2% over 2010-14.
The majority of spending was in the in-house segment, which had a share of 55.2% in 2010. In-house logistics spend is forecast to decline at a CAGR of -0.9% over the 2010-14 period. While, outsourced logistics spend is expected to grow at a CAGR of 0.8% over the same period.
Key reasons to purchase this research
- Understand how has the automotive afterrmarket logistics market performed during the economic slowdown of 2008-09 and how it will evolve in the future
- Obtain future market forecasts up to 2014 for the various sub-segments and as a whole