Research and Markets: Global e-commerce Logistics Report 2015 - Analysis of the 140 Billion Industry

DUBLIN--()--Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/fdffgx/global_ecommerce) has announced the addition of the "Global e-commerce Logistics 2015" report to their offering.

When asked his thoughts on e-commerce in 1996, Steve Jobs, CEO of Apple, simply said, It's going to be huge. Indeed, e-commerce is huge and with it, the logistics needed to keep it going.

Estimated at over €140bn, e-commerce logistics is rapidly changing to try to keep pace with this quickly evolving e-commerce market. Ti's latest report, Global e-Commerce Logistics 2015, provides a detailed analysis of the trends and challenges facing the supply chain.

Key questions answered:

- Are Uber and crowd-shipping the future of the lastmile delivery market?

- Free shipping - is it sustainable?

- How are retailers investing in e-commerce logistics?

- Which regions have the most growth potential?

- What does the future hold?

This report is essential reading for anyone involved in the e-commerce industry offering unprecedented market size and forecasts along with analysis of current trends and developments predicted by experts.

Who should buy Global e-commerce Logistics 2015?

- Consultants and financial analysts

- Supply chain managers and directors

- Logistics procurement managers

- Marketing and knowledge managers

- Investors

- All C-level executives

Key Topics Covered:

1.0 Introduction

2.0 e-commerce market overview

2.1 What is e-commerce?

2.2 Past predictions

2.3 History of e-commerce

2.4 The blurring of B2B and B2C

2.5 Is brick & mortar dead?

2.6 Grocery

2.7 m-commerce

2.8 Alternative payments

2.9 SMEs

2.9.1 Barriers to entry

2.10 Security

2.11 Internet of things

2.12 Sharing economy

3.0 The importance of logistics in e-commerce

3.1 The holiday season - where's my package?

3.2 Fulfilment

3.3 Cross-border

3.4 Delivery times

3.5 Technology

3.6 Click and collect

3.7 The cost of online retailing

4.0 e-commerce supply chain profiles

4.1 The rise of the non-traditional logistics provider

4.2 Supply chain profile: Alibaba

4.3 Supply chain profile: Amazon

4.4 Supply chain profile: eBay

4.5 Supply chain profile: Google

4.6 Supply chain profile: Walmart

5.0 e-commerce logistics market size

5.1 Global

5.2 Africa and the Middle East

5.3 Asia Pacific

5.4 Europe

5.5 North America

5.6 South America

6.0 Regional e-commerce trends

7.0 Logistics provider profiles

7.1 Provider profile summary

7.2 The integrators

7.2.1 DP DHL

7.2.2 FedEx

7.2.3 UPS

7.3 Post offices

7.3.1 La Poste Group

7.3.2 Singapore Post

7.3.3 United States Postal Service

7.4 Fulfilment providers

7.4.1 Clipper Logistics Group

7.4.2 Innotrac

7.4.3 SEKO

7.5 Traditional logistics service providers

7.5.1 Aramex

7.5.2 Norbert Dentressangle

7.5.3 Toll

8.0 The next big thing

8.1 Future predictions

8.2 The next big thing

For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/fdffgx/global_ecommerce

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Contacts

Research and Markets
Laura Wood, Senior Manager
press@researchandmarkets.com
For E.S.T Office Hours Call 1-917-300-0470
For U.S./CAN Toll Free Call 1-800-526-8630
For GMT Office Hours Call +353-1-416-8900
U.S. Fax: 646-607-1907
Fax (outside U.S.): +353-1-481-1716
Sector: Internet and E-Commerce