Increasing International Collaborations Leading to Infrastructure Development and Emergence of Global Logistics Companies will Support Market Growth: Ken Research

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“The Indonesia Logistics Reform Development Policy Loan worth USD 300 million granted by World Bank in 2018 led to considerable infrastructure development in the logistics sector of the country”

Increasing International Collaborations: In 2018, Morrison Government decided to fund USD 212,200 worth Enabling Growth and Innovation Grant (EGI) grant for Deakin University in order to initiate industry led vocational education and training (VET) for Indonesia’s logistics sector personnel to provide training and qualifications in order to improve the state of logistics industry in the country. The investment made by the Australian government is expected to improve the logistics sector of Indonesia thereby, improving trade between the nations. In the year 2016, trade between the two countries was evaluated to be USD 16 billion

Logistics Reform Loan Launched by World Bank for Indonesia: In November 2016, World Bank launched the first Indonesia Logistics Reform Development Policy Loan to improve the logistics market and strengthen the network in the country. World Bank decided to support the government for the logistics market with a USD 400.0 million loans to aid them in overcoming the bottlenecks in their supply chain. As per the industry articles, in the year 2016, it was cheaper to ship a container from Shanghai, China to Jakarta, Indonesia. In comparison to sending a similar freight from Jakarta to Padang, despite the fact that the distance between the two Indonesian cities is one-sixth of the distance between Shanghai and Jakarta.

Insufficient Infrastructure:  Indonesia is an archipelago of more than 17,000 islands spanning 5,000 km from east to west. The country has inadequate roads, railroads and ports which are a major challenge for the logistics industry as the delivery of goods involve huge time and effort. According to the World Economic Forum Report 2017-2018, unpredictable traffic jams and floods during rainy season make it difficult for the logistics companies to deliver the products in the allotted delivery. Commercial trains are operated in Java and Sumatra only which places an issue of transporting goods through rail to other places. The major concerns for intra-island logistics include uncertainty in delivery due to congestions, limited railways services, no short sea shipping, and trucking backhaul issues

The report titled, “Indonesia Logistics and Warehousing Market Outlook to 2023 – Driven by Infrastructure Spending for Airport and Seaports Albeit by Poor Existing Road Network by Ken Research recommends that the companies operating in Indonesia logistics and warehousing market can expand their market share and increase revenue generated by focusing on international freight forwarding, investing in air and sea freight logistics and incorporate advanced technologies like RFID and EDI in warehouses to improve efficiency. The market is expected to register an overall positive CAGR of 6.0% by revenue during the period 2018-2023.

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:-

Warehousing Type Indonesia

Warehousing Market Size Indonesia

Indonesia Cold Storage Warehouse

Value Added Services Cost Indonesia

Future Growth Indonesia Warehousing

Courier and Parcel Market Indonesia

Cold Chain Market Indonesia

Third Party Logistics Indonesia

Free Trade Agreements of Indonesia

Indonesia Cross Border Transportation

Indonesia Pipeline Transport

Cold Storage Industry Indonesia

Cold Transport Market Indonesia

Competition Logistics Indonesia

Logistic Cost in Indonesia

Indonesia 3PL Market

Indonesia Courier and Parcel Market

Indonesia Logistics and Warehousing Market

Indonesia Logistics and Warehousing Industry

Indonesia Logistics Industry

Indonesia Logistics Market

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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Ken Research

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