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Philippines Express Delivery and Logistics Market Outlook to 2017 - Maturing Market Sustained Surging E-Commerce Activity: Ken Research

NEW DELHI, March 6, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --

  • The contribution by the international express delivery and logistics services to the total express delivery market in 2012 was 70.0%
  • Freight transport by road industry contributed a share of 61.5% to the overall logistics market in 2012
  • MICT was the country's top port which handled a cargo volume of 20.0 million metric tons, accounting for about 10.3% of the total cargo throughput in the Philippines in 2012

Ken Research has announced in its report "Philippines Express Delivery and Logistics Market Outlook to 2017 - Maturing Market Sustained Surging E-Commerce Activity", the logistics market in the Philippines has witnessed a growing need of maritime transport system to ensure efficient flow of resources and commodities within the country as well as to other countries globally.

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The contribution by the sea freight and maritime industry to the logistics market has been significant during 2007-2012. This industry generated revenue worth USD 8,548.1 million in the same year. It has been observed that about 98.0% of the domestic inter-island trade is accomplished through shipping which amounts to about 80.0 million tons of cargo every year in the Philippines.

The import of cargos declined by 3.2% in 2011 but the cargo throughput for export grew significantly by 22.4% in the same year. The key factor which was responsible for the growth of exports was the increase in the demand of commodities such as mineral ores, nickel ores, limestone and cold rolled coils.

"Technological advancements and increasing exports and imports in the Philippines have played a vital role in the logistics industry in the country. The express and logistics market in the Philippines has witnessed a growing need of maritime, aviation and land transport systems to ensure efficient flow of resources and commodities within the country as well as to other countries globally" - According to the research report 'Philippines Express Delivery and Logistics Market Outlook to 2017' by Ken Research

Key Topics Covered:

1. Philippines Express and Logistics Services Market

- Introduction

- Government Regulations

- Value Chain

- Market Size

- Market Segmentation

    - By Domestic and International Services

    - By B2B and B2C Clients

- Future Outlook and Projections

2. Philippines Express Delivery Segmentation

- By Road

- By Air Express

3. Philippines Logistics Market Segmentation

- By type of Service

    - Road Freight

    - Sea Freight

    - Warehousing

    - Air Freight

    - Value Added Services

4. Philippines Express and Logistics Service Market Trends and Developments

5. Market Share of Major Players in Philippines Logistics Market

- Market Share of Major Players in Domestic Air Freight Forwarding Market

- Market Share of Major Players in International Air Freight Forwarding Market

- Market Share of Major Players in Sea Freight Forwarding Market

6. Philippines Third Party Logistics Market

- Introduction    

- Market Size

- Future Outlook and Projections

Browse full report:

http://www.kenresearch.com/automotive-transportation/logistics-industry/philippines-express-logistics-market-research-report/473-100.html

Similar Report on Logistics Market:

India Logistics & Warehousing Industry Outlook to 2016 - Focus on Cold Storage Chains

Global Logistics Industry - Focus on Third Party Logistics

Contact:

Ken Research

Ankur Gupta, Head Marketing & Communications

[email protected]

+91-9015378249

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