Report Ocean recently added a new study, titled “Latin America logistics Market by Type (Logistics Segment, Cold Chain Logistics, Reverse Logistics, and Cash Logistics), End Use (Telecommunication, Trade & Transportation, Government & Public Utilities, Healthcare, Manufacturing, Retail, Media & Entertainment, Banking & Financial Services, Information Technology, Food & Dairy, Consumer Electronics, Cash Management, and Others) and Mode Of Transport (Railways, Airways, Roadways, and Waterways): Opportunity Analysis and Industry Forecast, 2020–2027,” to its vast base of research reports.
Logistics is referred as the process to plan, execute, and control the movement of the capital, materials, and services. These services include various activities, such as handling of materials, packaging, transportation, inventory, warehousing, and security, which can be scaled as per the requirement of customer and the conditions in the market. Logistics service providers are responsible for the delivery of materials or goods from manufacturers to consumers.
The logistics industry market consists of third-party logistics (3PL), fourth-party logistics (4PL), reverse logistics, inbound logistics, outbound logistics, military logistics, green logistics, and others logistics services and offers efficient transportation and storage of goods and services.
Over the years, the Latin America logistics market has been experiencing a significant rise in its valuation, thanks to the increase in trading activities due to the advancement in technology, globalization, and the rapid upswing in the e-commerce Industry.
Impact of Covid 19 on Latin America Logistics Market
The impact of Coronavirus pandemic is quite evident on the Latin America logistics market. The lockdown, imposed in various Latin America countries, has disrupted the supply chain mechanism in a number of industries, leading to severe damaging of the logistics market in Latin America. However, with relaxation in lockdown regulation, the market is likely to gain impetus in the near future.
In this report, the Latin America logistics market has been analyzed on the basis type, end use and mode of transport. Based on the type, the market has been bifurcated into logistics segment, cold chain logistics, reverse logistics and cash logistics. By the end-use industry, it has been divided into telecommunication, trade and transportation, government and public utilities, healthcare, manufacturing, retail, media and entertainment, banking and financial services, informational technology, food and diary, consumer electronics, cash management and others. On the basis of the mode of transport, it has been categorized into railways, airways, roadways and waterways. Based on the country, the report assesses the market across Mexico, Colombia, Brazil, Chile, Argentina, Costa Rica, Panama and the Rest of Latin America.
Some of the key players operating in the Latin America logistics market includes A.P. Moller–Maersk, C.H. Robinson Worldwide, Inc., DB Schenker, Deutsche Post AG (DHL Group), DSV, FedEx, Geodis, Kuehne+Nagel, Supply Chain Solutions and United Parcel Service, Inc, and others.
The Latin America logistics market is segmented into:
- Logistics Segment
- Cold Chain Logistics
- Reverse Logistics
- Cash Logistics
- Trade and Transportation
- Government and Public Utilities
- Media and Entertainment
- Banking and Financial Services
- Information Technology
- Food and Dairy
- Consumer Electronics
- Cash Management
By Mode of Transport
- Latin America
- Costa Rica
- Rest of Latin America
Companies Mentioned in the Report
- A.P. Moller–Maersk
- C.H. Robinson Worldwide Inc.
- DB Schenker
- Deutsche Post AG (DHL Group)
- Supply Chain Solutions
- United Parcel Service Inc.
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