Unique primary research across Europe that investigates
growth areas of multimodal logistics services, key issues and challenges,
customer satisfaction levels and future service improvements.
Following the success of its 2010 multimodal report, Companys latest research
focuses on the key issues of interest to both shippers and logistics providers.
It investigates growth areas of multimodal logistics services in Europe, along
with the service satisfaction levels recognised by shippers, future service
improvements and key areas of concern with 3PLs, including:
> Key objectives for manufacturers and retailers
> Country by country evaluation of multimodal success
> Understanding multimodal supply chain benefits and competitive advantage
> Prospects of collaboration
> Perception of risk
> Satisfaction with current service providers
> Forecast growth of multimodal services
Based upon an exclusive primary research survey with manufacturers, retailers
and logistics providers, the report provides unique, 360-degree insight into the
key issues and challenges that multimodal logistics faces in Europe - but also
the benefits that it can bring to the supply chain.
Unavailable from any other source, this report has been compiled based on
Companys in-house primary research methodology.
How can this report benefit your business?
> the latest up-to-date thought leadership
> delivers in-depth understanding of market dynamics and key issues
> trusted research methodology and market analysis
More importantly, the insight contained can be used to draw conclusions that can
be applied to either process or strategic planning with the absolute confidence
that the content originates from a source that is a consistent, reliable and
specialist within the supply chain industry.
This report will therefore assist you in ensuring that you are fully informed,
be your need to devise or advise on a strategy, assess market challenges and
growth potential or simply understand customer and service provider dynamics.
There is no available for this report.