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About the 2016 European Road Freight Transport report
The 2016 edition of Ti’s European Road Freight Transport report includes the latest research on the dynamics of the road freight sector.
It examines the economic drivers of the road freight industry as well as highlighting what is considered as a typical cost structure for European hauliers.
Not only this, the report includes comprehensive profiles of 20 European countries. Included within these is an overview of the road freight market within that country as well as analysis of the infrastructure. In addition, on a country-level basis, Ti has collated Top 10s, wherever possible, of the top logistics providers within the countries, as well as insight into the origin and destinations of road freight within each country.
European Road Freight Transport 2016 also includes Ti’s bespoke market size data, forecasts and analysis of the domestic and international road freight markets from both a regional and country-level perspective.
Exclusive highlights on major European road freight providers
Providers are preparing for the impact of minimum hourly wages for drivers involved in cabotage in select countries across Europe.
The largest players in the market are characterised by the use of extensive pan-European networks of cross-docks that enable truck capacity to be optimised.
Road freight providers are developing TMS capabilities to further improve efficiencies and optimize the flow of goods.
Exclusive highlights on transport and logistics in European countries
At the end of Q2 2016 the difference between Polish rates and those for the EU28 was 14.0%, the largest positive difference of any of the of the countries presented in this report.
All 20 top 10 rankings of logistics companies in European countries feature DPDHL. In only four of these does DPDHL appear outside of the top 5.
Investments in European countries has been made by many logistics providers in 2016 to improve networks and service capabilities.
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