A comprehensive view of the past, present and future of the automotive logistics sector.
The automotive sector is in profound crisis, both cyclical and secular. The market has contracted as Covid-19 has decimated manufacturers' ability to produce cars and squeezed consumer spending power with the world entering its deepest recession in generations. All sectors of the market - inbound/ production logistics, finished vehicles and the aftermarket - have been profoundly affected with contractions in each regional market. Ti predicts the market will grow at a CAGR of just -0.08% through to 2023.
Ti's latest report, “Automotive Supply Chain and Logistics 2021 ” breaks down the issues the market is facing whilst also examining key drivers of change such as the shift to EV technologies and a Circular Economy. The report also contains extensive analysis of automotive logistics spend, market sizing and post-Covid recovery prospects.
This report contains
- Analysis of the key issues affecting the automotive market, and their impact on the market
- Automotive logistics market sizing split by region and country and post-Covid forecasts through to 2023
- Supply chain and logistics strategies and profiles of 12 vehicle manufacturers, including the top 10 by production
- Global, regional and country-level figures
- Segmentation by inbound, finished vehicle logistics and spare parts logistics
Key Questions The Report Answers:
- What are the major factors affecting the automotive industry in 2021 and beyond?
- How has Covid-19 impacted an already struggling industry?
- Who will be the winners and losers of the new technology vehicle supply chain?
- Will the EV automotive sector change its approach to air freight and adopt that seen in the electronics sector?
- How will key trends impact various automotive logistics segments?
- How has Covid-19 impacted automotive market logistics market size? And how has each region been impacted during the course of 2020?
- What impact will a shift to a Circular Economy have on global trade?
- What strategies and technologies are the top automotive manufacturers adopting in response to the challenges faced within the industry?
- The automotive logistics market is estimated to have contracted by 20.4% in 2020 , with all sectors of the market being profoundly affected
- Covid supply chain disruption is set to continue as many OEMs & tier suppliers reduce capacity at plants, if not close them entirely
- Developed markets are suffering - poor sales in the US, UK & Germany have been exacerbated by the pandemic
- Brexit regulations will impact automotive production processes - potentially doubling costs
- The shift to a Circular Economy will benefit domestically-focused, road freight-based or value adding logistics companies , but there will be negative consequences for international transport companies and freight forwarders
- In order to serve the needs of the EV sector, logistics service providers will have to develop information management capabilities that compliment the sector
This report is perfect for:
- Global manufacturers
- Banks and financial institutions
- Supply chain managers and directors
- Logistics procurement managers
- Marketing managers
- Knowledge managers
- All C-level executives