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The Hazardous Goods Logistics Market is segmented by Service (Transportation, Warehousing, and Distribution, and Value-added Services), Destination (Domestic and International), and Geography.
2016 - 2026
A complete background analysis of the global hazardous goods logistics market, which includes an assessment of the sector and contribution of sector in the economy, market overview, market size estimation for key segments, key countries and emerging trends in the market segments, market dynamics, and key goods flow statistics.
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The global oil demand rose by 1.3% in 2018, led by strong growth in the United States industry. The launching of large petrochemical projects drove the product demand, which partially offset a slowdown in the growth in gasoline demand. The United States and China showed the largest overall growth, while demand fell in Japan and Korea and was stagnant in Europe. The United States showed the largest overall growth at 540 kb/d, followed by China. The strong expansion of petrochemical demand in the United States boosted consumption, which also benefited from a rise in industrial production and very strong demand for trucking services. According to the International Energy Agency, the United States may drive global oil supply growth over the next five years, overtaking Russia and challenging Saudi Arabia as the world’s leading oil producer. The gas and oil industry relies on shipping companies and third-party logistics providers to move complicated freight shipments around the world, which also involve special logistics services for the transport of dangerous goods.
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Road freight transport is the prime mode of transport in Europe. Concerning road transport, the transport of dangerous goods in the European Union (EU-28) continued to increase year by year in the last five years (2013-2017), from 73 billion ton-kilometer in 2013 to more than 82 billion ton-kilometer in 2017. Between 2013 and 2017, most member states registered an increase in transport of dangerous goods. The highest increase was recorded in Slovakia (117.5 %), Sweden (86.4 %), and Slovenia and Greece registered a growth rate of more than 60%. For most of the European countries, the share of dangerous goods transport was around 4% of the total cargo. All major economies recorded figures in the range of 4 % to 6 %; only Poland, the second-largest transport industry in Europe, had a lower share (2.6 %). The countries with the lowest share of dangerous goods were Ireland, Slovakia, Lithuania, Latvia, and the Netherlands, with a share ranging between 1 % and 2 %. Cyprus had a substantially greater proportion by 23.4 %, followed by Belgium (11.1 %) and Finland (6.8 %). In almost half of the European countries, more than two-thirds of the transport of dangerous goods were performed within the national territory. In terms of commodity group, flammable liquids took over more than half of the total, followed by gases and corrosives.
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The hazardous goods logistics market is fairly fragmented in nature, with the presence of large global players and small- and medium-sized local players. Most of the global logistics players have a dangerous/hazardous goods logistics division to meet the market needs and demand. Additionally, local players are increasingly enhancing their capabilities, in terms of inventory handling, service offerings, products handled, and technology. With the increasingly strict control of dangerous goods logistics, a large number of freight forwarding companies with insufficient professional capabilities and insufficient comprehensive resources are gradually eliminated by the market and fewer freight forwarding companies that can provide professional dangerous goods logistics full chain services independently.
1.1 Study Deliverables
1.2 Study Assumptions
1.3 Scope of the Study
2. RESEARCH METHODOLOGY
2.1 Analysis Methodology
2.2 Research Phases
3. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
4. MARKET OVERVIEW
4.1 Current Market Scenario
4.2 Market Dynamics
4.3 Porter's Five Forces Analysis
4.4 Industry Value Chain Analysis
4.5 Brief on Dangerous Goods Classes
4.6 Review and Commentary on Goods Transport Regulations and Standards (Hazardous Materials Transportation Act (HMTA), International Air Transport Association Dangerous Goods Regulations (IATA DGR), etc.)
4.7 Focus on Key Stakeholders in Supply Chain (Freight Forwarders, Ground Handling Agents, Carriers, Advisors and Consultants, etc.)
4.8 Key Information - Documentation, Special Permissions, and Safety Checklists
4.9 Spotlight - Equipment and Accessories Associated with Transport of Dangerous Goods (Air, Sea, and Road)
4.10 Potential Risk Involved in Shipment of Hazardous Materials
4.11 Insights on Packaging
4.12 Technology Snapshot (Digitalization and Process Optimization and Management Software, e-Dangerous Goods Declaration (eDGD), etc.)*
4.13 *List Not Exhaustive
5. MARKET SEGMENTATION
5.1.2 Warehousing and Distribution
5.1.3 Value-added Services
5.3.2 North America
5.3.4 Latin America
5.3.5 Middle East & Africa
6. COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE
6.1 Overview (Market Concentration and Major Players)
6.2 Company Profiles
6.2.1 Ceva Logistics
6.2.2 Bollore Logistics
6.2.5 DB Schenker
6.2.6 Hellmann Worldwide Logistics
6.2.7 DGD Transport
6.2.8 Toll Group
6.2.9 YRC Worldwide Inc.
6.2.10 United Parcel Service
6.2.12 Rhenus Logistics
6.2.13 Agility Logistics
6.2.14 Kuehne + Nagel
6.2.15 XPO Logistics*
6.2.16 *List Not Exhaustive
7. MARKET OPPORTUNITIES AND FUTURE TRENDS
8.1 GDP Distribution, by Activity - Key Countries
8.2 Insights on Capital Flows - Key Countries
8.3 Economic Statistics Transport and Storage Sector, Contribution to Economy (Key Countries)
8.4 Global Dangerous Goods Flow Statistics*
8.5 *List Not Exhaustive
** Subject to Availability