Total Logistics 2017


Ti’s new report, Total Logistics 2017, provides a global overview of the logistics industry.

Economic pressures, new technologies, changes in consumer demands and increasing supply chain risks are all factors that shape the logistics industry we know today.

Total Logistics 2017 explores the structure of the logistics industry, highlighting prominent markets as well as examining their unique trends and developments. In addition, the report focuses on core factors impacting the industry including trade, consolidation strategies, supply chain technologies, risks and ethics.

This report offers a concise, easy to understand view of the industry. In addition, for the first time, Ti has sized the total logistics market and is offering a breakdown of the industry by logistics market, as well as forecasts to 2020.

Exclusive highlights on risks in global supply chains

  • Traditional integrated manufacturing results in high levels of internal risk due to high levels of capital outlay and inventory holding.
  • Extended supply chains are more vulnerable to external threats, but on the other hand, such networks have also dispersed risks to a number of markets by reducing centralization.
  • Another factor that impacts significantly on the extent of disruption is the location of the event within the supply chain. The further upstream it occurs, the longer the disruption to supply.
  • The characteristics of some supply chains make them more vulnerable to supply chain threats than others.

Exclusive highlights on the structure of the logistics industry

  • The global logistics industry has come about as a result of a confluence of demand-side and supply-side trends
  • World trade has been very volatile over the past decade, with underlying development being driven – until very recently – by strong growth of export and import traffic from China and related economies.
  • The world’s economy is moving from globalisation to regionalisation of supply chains. This involves a transformation from East–West and West–East flows to complex networks of developed and emerging markets.
  • Distribution strategies have been largely influenced by the trade-off between the cost of moving goods to market and the cost of holding inventories.

This report is perfect for

  • Global manufacturers
  • Banks and financial institutions
  • Supply chain managers and directors
  • Logistics procurement managers
  • Marketing managers
  • Knowledge managers
  • Investors
  • All C-level executives
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Single User License – £1,495.00, Small Group License – £2,990.00, Global License – £4,485.00