Singapore Freight & Logistics Market: Growth, Trends and Forecasts (2019-2024) by Function and End-user - ResearchAndMarkets.com
DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Mar 20, 2019--The “Singapore Freight and Logistics Market-Growth, Trends, and Forecast (2019 - 2024)” report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering.
Singapore is one of the world’s most open economies. It has the world’s highest trade to GDP ratio, with the total trade reaching more than the GDP. This reflects the country’s role as a trading port and an oil and gas hub, and its participation in regional supply chains, which has over time, led to a significant increase in trade of intermediate goods.
The country is a regional hub for logistics players, and helps companies drive speed to the global market through excellent infrastructure and connectivity. According to World Bank’s Logistics Performance Index (LPI) 2018, the country ranks seventh in the world and ranks third for logistics competence.
Being a regional hub, the country is a preferred location for manufacturers who can have support from the ecosystem of leading shippers and third-party logistics providers (3PLs) in the country. The manufacturing companies base their supply chain control towers and distribution centers in Singapore, in order to orchestrate their regional and global supply chains.
Key Market Trends
World-class Logistics Infrastructure and Excellent Connectivity
Singapore has seamless transport connectivity. It has dense sea and road networks for multimodal transshipment, with a Seamless intermodal connectivity between one of the world’s busiest seaports and airports. The airport is less than an hour drive from PSA terminals, the world’s second-largest container port and busiest transshipment hub, with connectivity to over 600 ports.
PSA has four container terminals, one multi-purpose terminal, and one vehicle transshipment terminal operational in the country. PSA also has a huge shipping line network of 200 shipping lines, connecting 123 countries with vessels, with a frequency of 60 per day.
Changi International Airport is one of the world’s busiest airports for international air cargo, handling over 1.97 million metric ton annually, with transshipment volume accounting for almost half of the throughput, hence regarded as global air cargo hub.
Designed to move cargo, like clockwork round the clock, the cold chain facilities, warehouses, and offices at Changi Airfreight Centre (CAC), coupled with the Airport Logistics Park of Singapore (ALPS), are well equipped to cater to all operational needs.
Airfreight operations at Changi Airport are centered at the Changi Airfreight Centre (CAC), a 24-hour Free Trade Zone, where transshipment cargo can be broken down and reconsolidated with minimal Customs formalities.
Insights on Maritime Transport and Role of Singapore as a Key Transhipment Hub
Port of Singapore is recognized as the busiest container transshipment hub in the world. The strategic geographical location of the country serves as a gateway to ASEAN countries and the rest of the world, and has a connection with more than 600 ports in over 120 countries. Owing to the excellent quality and services, world-class infrastructure, and consistent R&D activities, the maritime sector has gained traction over the past few years.
Despite the decreased trend in the container volume of the major transshipment hubs, like Hong Kong, and fierce competition from neighboring ports in Malaysia, the container traffic at the Singapore ports reached 33.7 million TEUs in 2017, which represented an increase of 8.9%, as compared to 2016. Similarly, the total cargo throughput of the Singaporean ports had registered 627.69 million metric ton in 2017, an increase of 5.8%, as compared to 2016, in which bulk oil cargo recorded a growth of 5.3% in 2017.
Owing to the future growth in the container throughput, MPA, along with PSA Singapore, has been expanding the Pasir Panjang Terminal. It is expected that the port capacity will be increased by 50% upon the completion of the expansion process. Additionally, the ports will be able to handle the mega-container ships. To reduce the shipping costs and gain productivity, shipping companies are coming up with mega-alliances. The ports with the capability of handling the mega-alliances gain competitive advantage.
Most of the manufacturing companies base their supply chain control towers and distribution centers in Singapore, in order to orchestrate their regional and global supply chains. This scenario has attracted global logistics companies to mark their footprint in the Singaporean logistics industry.
Changi Airport is home to four major express players-DHL Express, FedEx Express, TNT Express, and UPS. Features of this on-airport hubs in FTZ include direct access to the airside and freighter-parking stands for sorting and turnaround of goods, and tax-free transshipments within the Free Trade Zone.
Furthermore, Airport Logistics Park of Singapore (ALPS) have leading global third-party logistics companies (3PLs), like Expeditors, DB Schenker, Nippon Express, with sizeable facilities.
This report provides detailed profiles of global, as well as local players, with country-level developments. Additionally, the document also consists of market concentration of these players with significant merger and acquisition activities.
Key Topics Covered
2 Research Methodology
3 Executive Summary
4 Market Dynamics & Insights
4.1 Current Market Scenario
4.2 Introduction to Market Drivers and Restraints
4.3 Market Drivers
4.4 Market Restraints
4.5 Value Chain / Supply Chain Analysis
4.6 Industry Attractiveness of Porter’s Five Forces Analysis
4.7 Government Regulations and Initiatives
4.8 Technological Trends and Automation
4.9 Brief on Freight Rates
4.10 Insights on Bunkering Services
4.11 Review and Commentary on Singapores Relation with Other ASEAN Countries (Analysts View)
4.12 Spotlight- Role of Singapore as a Transshipment Hub
5 Market Segmentation
5.1 By Function
5.1.1 Freight Transport
5.1.2 Freight Forwarding
5.1.4 Courier, Express and Parcel
5.1.5 Value-added Services
5.1.6 Other Freight Transport
5.2 By End User
5.2.1 Manufacturing and Automotive
5.2.2 Oil and Gas, Mining and Quarrying
5.2.3 Agriculture, Fishing and Forestry
5.2.5 Distributive Trade (Wholesale and Retail)
5.2.6 Healthcare and Pharmaceutical
5.2.7 Other End Users
6 Competitive Landscape
6.2 Company Profiles
6.2.1 United Parcel Service
6.2.2 Deutsche Post DHL Group
6.2.3 Singapore Post Limited
6.2.4 APL Logistics Ltd. (Subsidiary of Kintetsu World Express Inc.)
6.2.5 ACW Logistics Pte. Ltd.
6.2.6 Keppel Logistics Pte. Ltd.
6.2.7 CWT Pte. Ltd.
6.2.8 YCH Group Pte. Ltd.
6.2.9 Yamato Transport
6.2.10 Deutsche Post DHL Group
6.2.11 Panalpina Group
6.2.12 Kuehne + Nagel International AG
6.2.13 Nippon Express Co. Ltd.
6.2.14 Expeditors International
6.2.15 Yusen Logistics Co. Ltd.
6.2.16 FedEx Corporation
6.2.17 Deutsche Bahn AG
6.2.18 Agility Logistics
6.2.19 CEVA Logistics
7 Market Opportunities and Future Trends
8.1 GDP Distribution, by Activity
8.2 Insights on Capital Flows
8.3 Economic Statistics Transport and Storage Sector and Contribution to Economy
8.4 External Trade Statistics Export and Import, by Product
8.5 Insights on Key Export Destinations
8.6 Insights on Key Import Origin Countries
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KEYWORD: ASIA PACIFIC SINGAPORE
INDUSTRY KEYWORD: TRANSPORT LOGISTICS/SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT
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