Indonesia Logistics and Warehousing Market future Outlook: Ken Research

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How is Indonesia Logistics Market is Positioned?

Overview: Indonesia Logistics and Warehousing Market comprise of both organized and unorganized players which provide both logistics and warehousing services in the country. They consist of a combination of shipping, international freight forwarding companies which combine with courier service providers primarily engaged in land transport and complete logistics services providers that operate on a multimodal transport model. Due to high growth in e-commerce and manufacturing sector, players have begun turning to 3PL (Third Party Logistics). They have also been witnessed to adopt new technology. In the year 2014, Indonesia bagged the overall rank of 57 on the LPI index but plunged to 71st position in 2016 due to the significant decline in import and export of the country. However, the market recovered and moved up reaching the 60th spot in 2018 thereby displaying significant potential for growth of the industry.

Market: The market has been continuously growing. In recent years, the market share of third-party logistics has been growing at a significant rate in the country. Indonesia logistics industry has shown remarkable growth over the last five years recording a CAGR of ~% owing to the country strongly investing and upgrading its transportation services and being open to collaboration. The freight forwarding sector is the leading segment towards the revenues of the logistics industry. The other sectors include warehousing, courier and parcel, and value-added services.

Indonesia Logistics Market

By Service Mix: Freight forwarding segment has dominated the logistics industry of Indonesia and has grown at a five-year CAGR of ~% during the period 2013-2018. The market was witnessed to grow from USD ~ billion in 2013 to USD ~ billion in 2018. This is primarily due to rising demand for transportation of goods from one place to another and increasing export and import value has positively impacted the freight forwarding industry of the country. Warehousing is the second largest contributor in the logistics industry of Indonesia and reached USD ~ billion in 2018 owing to the increasing number of industries. Courier and parcel market acquired a revenue share of USD ~ billion in the year 2018 which was an increment from 2013. This is primarily due to confident long term prospects of the Indonesian courier market in spite of the uncertainties in the country’s foreign trade. Value-added services acquired the remaining market share of ~% in the overall logistics market of Indonesia.

Indonesia Freight Forwarding Market

By Mode of Service: Indonesia freight forwarding market was dominated by road freight. It acquired the highest share of ~% owing to the high number of deliveries that take place through roads. Sea freight was witnessed to grow during the period 2013-2018 due to increasing infrastructure investment by the government and acquired a share of ~% by the year 2018. Air freight acquired the third largest share of ~% in the year 2018 in the freight forwarding market growing at the quickest pace during the period. Rail freight accounted for the least revenue share in the freight forwarding market owing to less usage and less popularity of this mode of transport.

By Mode of Freight: This includes domestic and international freight. Domestic freight involves transportation of freight by road, rail air or sea but within the country. In terms of revenue, domestic freight forwarding contributed the majority share of ~% in 2018. The remaining share of ~% was occupied by international freight in 2018.

By Flow Corridors: Asian Countries flow corridor is the largest contributor in terms of revenue in the freight forwarding market owing to free trade agreement. It was witnessed to account for ~% share in case of sea freight and ~% share in case of air freight as of 2018. North American countries contributed ~% revenue share in the freight forwarding market by sea and ~% revenue share by air. European countries contributed ~% in terms of air freight but ~% in terms of sea freight as of 2018. Other flow corridors include South American, Middle Eastern, Australia, and African countries which accounted for ~% in terms of air freight and ~% in terms of sea freight.

By End Users: Food and beverage industry has impacted the freight forwarding market in Indonesia positively due to the growing demand for packaged food and perishable goods. It acquired the highest revenue share of ~% in 2018. The revenue share of the automotive sector has remained buoyant in the freight forwarding market and acquired the second highest share of ~% in 2018. The positive growth in the retail sector of the country has encouraged retailers to acquire the third highest revenue share of ~%. Indonesia’s manufacturing industry was evaluated to contribute 20.5% in the country’s GDP as of 2018 which has also positively impacted the market. The other sectors include construction; chemicals and others which acquire a much lesser share in the overall Indonesia logistics market and contribute revenue of USD ~ billion.

By 3PL and Integrated Logistics: Third Party Logistics dominated the freight forwarding market of Indonesia in 2018 as most companies preferred to undertake third-party logistics for providing freight forwarding solutions to their clients. The market share held by a 3PL business in the Indonesia Freight Forwarding market was evaluated to be ~% in the year 2018 whereas; integrated logistics business in the country acquired a much lesser revenue share of ~%.

Future Outlook: The freight forwarding market of Indonesia is expected to dominate the logistics market of the country in the future and grow at a five-year CAGR of ~% during the forecast period 2018-2023E. New players are expected to enter the market while the existing players are expected to expand their current revenue share. The freight forwarding companies in Indonesia are also expected to improve their supply chain and technology in the future.

Key Segments Covered:-

Logistics and Warehousing:

By Service Mix (Freight Forwarding, Warehousing, Courier and Parcel and Value Added Services)

Freight Forwarding:

By Mode of Service (Road Freight, Sea Freight, Air Freight, and Rail Freight)

By Mode of Freight – Air, Sea, and Land (Domestic and International Freight Forwarding)

By Flow Corridors (Asian Countries, North American Countries, European Countries, and Others)

By End Users (Food and Beverages, Automotive, Retail, Manufacturing, and Others)

By Third Party Logistics and Integrated Logistics

Courier and Parcel:

By Air and Ground Express

By Domestic and International Shipments

By Delivery Period (One Day Delivery, Two Day Delivery, Three Day Delivery, and More than Three Day Delivery)

By Intra City and Intercity

By Market Structure (B2B, B2C, and C2C Segments)

By Region (Greater Jakarta, West Java, East Java, Sumatra, and Others)

By Onshore and Offshore Shipments

E-Commerce:

By Delivery Period (Same Day Delivery, Next Day Delivery, Two Day Delivery and Three Day

Delivery)

Third Party Logistics:

By Service Mix (Freight Forwarding and Warehousing)

Warehousing:

By Business Model (Industrial and Retail, Container Freight and Cold Storage)

By Geography (Greater Jakarta, Surabaya, Makassar, and Others)

By Type of Warehouses (Bounded, Open, Temperature Controlled, and Cold Storage)

By Third Party Logistics and Integrated Logistics

By End Users (Food and Beverages, Automotive, Consumer Retail, Healthcare, and Others)

Cold Chain:

By Cold Storage and Cold Transport

By-Products (Seafood Processing Plant, Red Meat, Poultry Chicken, Processed Dairy Food,

Horticulture and Cold Chain (Rent to Logistics)

Key Target Audience:-

Logistics Companies

Warehousing Companies

Cold Chain Companies

Courier and Parcel Companies

Express Logistics Companies

E-Commerce Logistics Companies

E-Commerce Companies

Logistics Association

Government Association

Investors and Private Equity Companies

Time Period Captured in the Report:-

Historical Period: 2013-2018

Forecast Period: 2019-2023

Companies Covered:-

Freight Forwarding and Warehousing Market

DHL

Kuehne Nagel

Panalpina

CEVA Logistics

P.T Synergy First Logistics

Pandu Logistics

DB Schenker

CKB Logistics

P.T Salam Pacific Indonesia Logistics

Linc Group

Samudera Shipping Line Ltd.

Maersk Line

Agility Logistics

Trans Pratama Logistics

Itochu Logistics

Kamadjaja Logistics

CJ Logistics

Prima Cargo

FedEx

Yusen Logistics Co. Ltd.

JAS Worldwide

Indonesia Ocean Truck

P.T Mitra Intertrans

GPI Logistics

APL Logistics

Pt. LV Logistics Indonesia

Courier and Parcel Market

P.T POS Indonesia

JNE

Kerry Logistics

Nippon Express

J & T Express

E-Commerce Logistics Market

Lazada Express

Sicepat

Ninja Van

Keywords:-

Challenges Indonesia Logistics Industry

Government Regulations Indonesia Logistics

Future Growth Indonesia Warehousing

Indonesia 3PL Market

P.T LV Logistics Indonesia Market Share

Value Chain Analysis Indonesia Logistic Market

Indonesia Cold Chain Market Future

Indonesia Logistics Market Trends

Indonesia Cold Storage Warehouse

Cold Chain Market Indonesia

Indonesia Logistics Industry

Indonesia Logistics Market

Logistics and Warehousing Market Indonesia

Logistics and Warehousing Industry Indonesia

Freight Forwarding and Warehousing Market

Logistics and Warehousing Market in Indonesia

Logistic Cost in Indonesia

For more information on the research report, refer to below link:-

Indonesia Logistics and Warehousing Market Outlook To 2023 – Driven By Infrastructure Spending For Airport And Seaports Albeit By Poor Existing Road Network

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