GLOBAL ECOMMERCE LOGISTICS MARKET RESEARCH REPORT 2016-2020

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Specialized eCommerce logistics providers have an upper hand over the other normal business-to-business logistics players, because collection of cash (in case of cash-on-delivery), returned items and delivery need special attention compared with general logistics. To tap the fast-growing market, logistics players are all set to grow rapidly. Innovations are very important in this sector, as the demand is always for more reach and faster shipping at lower costs. Logistics service providers will need to develop fulfillment capabilities to gain access to the small, but growing market of offline retailers moving online. They need to go beyond the traditional express delivery model to a higher level in the value-chain– managing inventory, handling invoicing, providing consumer insights and other value-added services.

Estimated at over USD 152.6 billion, e-commerce logistics is rapidly changing to try to keep pace with this quickly evolving ecommerce market. Investing in better data analytics and forecasting customer demands is the mantra for the eCommerce players looking to cut down cost of deliveries. The report will help industry consultants, potential entrants, logistics and warehousing companies, 3PL vendors and other stakeholders to align their market centric strategies
according to ongoing and expected trends in the future.

Categories such as apparel, baby products, sports goods and furniture (with
different dimensions and volumes) have already added significant challenges to
logistics. Besides capturing dead-weights and volumetric-weights, it is essential
to develop accurate reconciliation systems and create transparency among
sellers and e-tailers. Both e-tailers and logistics service providers realize the
importance of these trends and are starting to adapt accordingly.


Table of Content

1. Introduction
2. Research Methodology
3. eCommerce Market Overview
4. The importance of logistics in eCommerce
5. Evolution of eCommerce
6. B2B and B2C: Defining eLogistics
7. mCommerce
8. Alternative payments options
9. SMEs
9.1 Bricks and Mortars- The road ahead for eLogistics
9.2 Internet of things
9.3 Sharing economy
10. Fulfilment and Warehousing
11. Cross-border
12. Delivery times
13. Technology
14. Click and collect
15. The cost of online retailing
16. eCommerce supply chain profiles
– 16.1 Alibaba
– 16.2 Amazon
– 16.3 BestBuy
– 16.4 eBay
– 16.5 Etsy
– 16. 6 Flipkart
– 16.7 Google
– 16.8 SnapDeal
– 16.9 Taobao
– 16.10 Walmart
17. eCommerce logistics market size: The rise of the non-traditional
logistics provider
– 17.1 Global
– 17.2 Africa and the Middle East
– 17.3 Asia Pacific
– 17.4 Europe
– 17.5 North America
– 17.6 South America
18.Regional eCommerce trends
19. Logistics Provider: Top Company Profiles
– 19.1 Aramex
– 19.2 DP DHL
– 19.3 FedEx
– 19.4 UPS
– 19.5 Post offices
– 19.6 La Poste Group
– 19.7 Singapore Post
– 19.8 United States Postal Service
20. Fulfillment providers
– 20.1 Clipper Logistics Group
– 20.2 Innotrac
– 20.3 SEKO
21. Consultations and Advices
– 21.1 Investor’s Perspectives
– 21.2 Mergers and Acquisitions
– 21.3 Consulting and the road ahead
22. Market Roadmap To 2020
23. List of Figures
24. List of Tables
25. Abbreviations
26. About Us
27. Disclaimer


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