“Global Express & Small Parcels 2023” provides detailed analysis of the global express and parcels market, including market size and forecast data, market segmentation, volume and revenue data and forecasts, e-commerce growth, sustainability trends, survey results, competitive analysis & company profiles.
The Global Express & Small Parcels market remains highly competitive but challenging economic conditions continue to impact falling volumes and rising revenues.
Ti's market report provides the insight and data you need to understand market dynamics and opportunities. For the first time the report contains parcel volume data and forecasts.
This report contains:
- Market size and forecast data for 2022, 2023 and out to 2027, split by region, country, domestic, international and B2B/B2C.
- NEW volume and revenue data and forecasts for 2022, 2023 and out to 2027.
- Market segmentation - domestic vs international and B2B v B2C.
- e-commerce market trend analysis including PUDO locations, alternative vehicles, retail sales and express route optimisation technology.
- Sustainability trend analysis.
- 2023 State of Express and Parcels Survey analysis.
- Competitive landscape analysis - revenues, parcel volumes and parcel yield.
- Express provider profiles and comparative reviews.
- The global express market shrunk 0.6% in 2022.
- In 2023 the market is expected to show a tentative recovery in demand, growing by 3.6% y-o-y.
- Out to 2027, the market is expected to grow at a 5% CAGR.
- The international market is expected to grow by 5.2% in 2023, slightly quicker than the domestic market.
- Following a slight decline in 2022, B2C is expected to continue to dominate the global express and small parcels market.
- The majority of survey respondents fleet is only 0-10% alternative/electric, suggesting sustainability progress is incredibly slow.
- Although 41.2% of respondents believe pressures will intensify over the next 12 months, 38.2% believe pressures will ease, and margins will likely be positively impacted.
- Improving route optimization will improve delivery efficiency, speed up parcel delivery, reduce fuel and time wastage, and improve customer satisfaction.
- How fast will the global market grow between 2023 and 2027? And how fast will regional markets grow?
- How fast will the B2B/B2C markets grow over the next 5 years? Will B2C continue to dominate the market?
- What will be the three most successful strategies adopted by the express and parcel carriers to sustain profit margins?
- What will be the key investment focus areas in the next 12 months?
- What strategies are leading market players such as DHL and UPS adopting in order to improve route optimisation?
- What are the advantages and disadvantages of autonomous delivery and electric vehicle last mile delivery?
- Who were the Top 10 leading global parcel carriers by revenue in 2020-2022?
- Who were the Top 10 leading global parcel carriers by revenue growth rates and volume in 2020-2022?
- How do the sustainability targets of the top express logistics providers compare? What progress have they made?
About the authors:
Nia Hudson joined Ti as a research analyst in 2021. She studied History as an undergraduate, before moving on to complete a master's in public policy at Bristol University, where she developed a keen interest in globalisation and supply chains. During her time at Bristol, she also worked as a teaching assistant in a primary school. Nia is passionate about research and contributes to Logistics Reports and Ti's Global Supply Chain intelligence portal.
Paul Chapman has extensive experience across a wide range of parcels, delivery and logistics markets. He has authored many reports covering Global, European and UK parcels and logistics markets as well as working on consulting assignments for clients and investors in the sector. His previous experience includes being Research Director at Apex Insight, Logistics Research Manager at Datamonitor and co-founder of Analytiqa. He has a BA in Modern Languages with Business Studies from Swansea University.