GCC Logistics Benchmarking 2016-2018: A Consultative Report offers a thorough expression at the area, its markets and its impending growth. It also takes a glance at which nations within the Middle East have been privileged to flourish as well as which nations have the possibility to arise as the subsequent venture hot spot.
From Dubai to Doha, Saudi Arabia to Oman, the Middle East stands as a dynamic region but somewhat volatile. However, for those in a position to exploit them the advantages of the region could be significant.
What can you find from WI’s GCC Logistics Benchmarking 2016-2018: A Consultative Report
- Middle East Contract Logistics market sizing and estimate
- Gulf Freight Forwarding market sizing and estimate by airfreight and sea freight
- Infrastructure of the Middle East
- An impression of the area’s Supply Chain state by industrial subdivision
- Progress Zone outlines
- Logistics Suppliers
-Digital Trends: Offers an outline of ground-breaking urban logistics solutions in response to e-retailing progress and customer demand expectations position of each country in terms of the progression of e-retailing and the acceptance of new technologies, providing the stage for e-retailing to thrive.
-Populace & Intake Tendencies: Inspects the summary scope for development and variation, by country across the Gulf, in terms of the demand for retail products.
-International Trade Flows: Looks at how discrete clusters have become reputable destinations, smoothing the flow of goods to chief markets, and how this is impacting the inside supply chain.
-Important Clusters & Physical Infrastructure: Evaluations examples of new infrastructure in important clusters, which is either deliberate or continuing, and likely to meaningfully improve or change logistics frameworks and warehouse real estate marketplaces for many years to come, letting them to develop and magnify.
-First Mile: Looks at instances of cutting-edge DCs across the earth, and how they have been recognized to ease changes in retail, and e-retailing demand.
-Last Mile: Delivers an summary of ground-breaking urban logistics solutions in reply to e-retailing development and customer demand expectations.
-Case Studies: Inspects a range of retailers, studying their business and delivery models. There is an supplementary section of E-retailing growth in UAE.
-Marketplace Implications, Opportunities and Positioning: Offers a summary of the market insinuations and prospects in the logistics sector, shaped by an upsurge in demand development from the retail sector.