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Inept Infrastructure and Low Domestic Manufacturing Impede the Market
This study provides strategic analysis of Oman's logistics market, covering about 12 key industries including automotive, engineering goods, cosmetics, pharmaceuticals, apparel, oil & gas, food, electronics and metals. It also provides a comprehensive analysis of the total logistics expenditure and its breakup by segment such as transportation, warehousing, freight forwarding, and value added logistics services for each industry. The study provides revenue forecasts for the total logistics market and each of the four segments, for each industry, from 2013 to 2017. Furthermore, the study provides an overview of the competitive structure in the industries covered and the key competitors in the logistics markets of the respective industries.
Executive Summary—Key Findings
Freight forwarding and third-party logistics (3PL) services have great potential for growth.
Freight forwarding is the most crucial logistics activity for the economy of Oman
because of its predominant import-dependent nature.
- The market for 3PL or integrated services is still nascent.
- The Oman transportation and logistics market presents a tremendous growth
opportunity for large integrated service providers that also have a significant
presence in the global freight forwarding business.
- Domestic transportation and distribution services can expect to witness the most
promising growth trends, compared to other logistics services, due to the
distribution services required to support the widespread infrastructure, industry,
and real-estate development in Oman.
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