DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/qmz5v9/european_parcels) has announced the addition of the "European Parcels: Market Insight Report 2014" report to their offering.
The parcels market has continued to grow in most countries in spite of the recession. A key factor has been the growth of home shopping.
This has acted as a spur to innovation - in promoting the development of innovations to improve the delivery experience, from defined time-slots, to text messages to the establishment of chains of parcel shops.
Home shopping growth looks set to continue, creating further opportunities for those companies which are able to deliver the quality and range of services that the market requires.
In this environment industry consolidation has continued with the major networks continuing to make add-ons to fill geographical and service gaps - although the EU acted to prevent the major deal that was in prospect: UPS's proposed acquisition of TNT, on competition grounds.
European Parcels: Market Insight Report provides an analytical overview of the European Parcels market. It accurately portrays the market structure, size, growth, trends and competitive landscape of the European parcels market.
What does the report cover?
The report covers seven main countries in depth: Germany, UK, France, Spain, Italy, Benelux and Poland.
These markets represent 75% of European GDP and, according to our market model, 78% of the total parcels market.
The other countries included in our market model are Switzerland, Sweden, Norway, Austria, Denmark, Greece, Finland, Portugal, Ireland, Czech Republic, Romania, Hungary, Slovak Republic, Croatia, Bulgaria, Slovenia, Serbia, Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Iceland, Albania, FYR Macedonia, Malta and Montenegro. The analysis excludes Russia and Turkey.
The definition of the parcels market includes domestic, intra-European and international parcels. It also includes business-to-business, business-to-consumer and consumer consigned parcels. Parcel weight definitions vary, between operators and countries but most describe parcels up to various weights approaching 31.5 kg. All service levels are included (time definite and deferred). Adjacent services, such as mail, pallet distribution, groupage, freight forwarding, sameday courier and contract logistics are excluded.
Who Should Buy This Report
- Owners and operators of parcel networks
- Customers of those networks, in particular, retailers who sell via the internet
- Investors in these businesses
- Market regulators and policymakers
- Banks, analysts, consultants and other parties with interests in the sector.
- City Link
- Deutsche Post
- La Poste
- Poste Italiane
- Royal Mail
- UK Mail
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