Vietnam Logistics Industry Comprehensive Report Q4/2019 -

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Of all the international transport operations, sea transport is always the main mode, accounting for over 90% of the world trade volume. In 2019, the demand for transporting goods by container was estimated to increase sharply and achieving 4,7% due to the world economy's recovery, good growth rate of commercialization. This figure was lower than 2018 because of the impact of US-China trade stress. Besides, The prospect of economic growth in 2019 is expected to be not as strong as previous years.

Vietnam ranked 64/160 and was in the middle of ASEAN according to LPI classification. Transportation accounts for the largest proportion in the logistics revenue structure. Generally for Q4/2019, the shipped merchandise volume increased by xx% compared to the previous year, the inventory turnover volume increased xx% over the same period of the previous year.

Regardless transportation industries, road is the type of transport with the largest proportion, accounting for xx%, followed by inland waterway with xx%. Rail transport and air transport account for a very small proportion, reaching xx% and xx% relatively. In general, the proportion of goods transported by all forms of transportation in Q4/2019 maintained stable and did not change over the years. The author forecasts that in the period of 2018-2023, road will continue to maintain a low growth rate and still be the type of transport with the largest revenue.

In the context of US- China trade stress, Logistics of Vietnam is forecasted to benefit from the increase in import and export in the near future. Therefore, logistics enterprises must prepare well to make use of all opportunities.

Key Topics Covered:


Executive summary

1. Business environment

1.1 Macroeconomic situation

1.2 Legal framework

1.3 Trade agreements

2. Overview of world logistics industry

2.1 Evaluation criteria of logistics activities

2.2 Transportation

2.3 Warehousing

2.4 Port operation

2.5 Logistics industry in some regions in the world

3. Vietnam logistics industry

3.1 General situation of Vietnam logistics industry

3.2 Transportation

3.3 Warehousing

3.4 Port operation

3.5 Technology Trend

4. Development issues of Vietnam logistics industry

4.1 Challenges

4.2 Risks

4.3 Planning and forecasts

5. Enterprise analysis

5.1 Some typical enterprises in the industry

5.2 Transport enterprises

5.3 Port enterprises

6. Appendix of financial statements

Companies Mentioned

  • Petrovietnam Transportation Corporation (Pvt)
  • Vinafreight Joint Stock Company (Vnf)
  • Vietnam Ocean Shipping Joint Stock Company (Vos)
  • South Logistics Joint Stock Company (Stg)
  • Vietnam Tanker Joint Stock Company (Vto)
  • Vinafco Shipping Joint Stock Company( Vfc)
  • Vietnam Ocean Shipping Agency Corporation (Vsa)
  • Vietnam Sea Transportand Chartering Joint Stock Company (Vst)
  • Gemadept Joint Stock Company (Gmd)
  • Vietnam Container Shipping Joint Stock Company (Vsc)
  • Tan Cang Logistics & Stevedoring Joint Stock Company (Tcl)
  • Dinhvu Port Investment And Development Joint Stock Company(Dvp)
  • Hai An Transport And Stevedoring Joint Stock Company (Hah)
  • Cdong Nai Port Joint Stock Company(Pdn)
  • Cat Lai Port Joint Stock Company (Cll)
  • Doan Xa Port Joint Stock. Company (Dxp)

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Laura Wood, Senior Press Manager
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