Analysts at Ken Research in their latest publication – “Poland Express Delivery, Courier & Parcel, E-commerce Logistics Market Outlook to 2022 – By Air and Ground Express, by B2B, B2C & C2C Segments, by International and Domestic Express” believe that infrastructural development, E-commerce tie-ups and technological advancement will have a positive effect on the Polish express logistics market. The Polish express logistics market is expected to register a positive CAGR of 13.3% for the forecast period of 2018-2022.
Poland Express Logistics market by Air and Ground Express, by B2B (Business-to-Business), B2C ((Business-to-Customer) and C2C (Customer-to-Customer) Segments and By International and Domestic Express Logistics Services, company profile of Poczta Polska, InPost, Poland Express, LDP, PKP Cargo, DSV Group, Yusen Logistics Polska, DB Schenker, DHL, DPD Polska and Rhenus along with snapshots of E-commerce market and CEP (Courier, Express and Parcel) market.
- Growth of international express and domestic e-commerce logistics will drive the courier, express and parcel market.
- Growth in E-commerce industry will catapult revenue growth in the express delivery market owing to the rising demand of this time sensitive B2C services.
The express logistics market is expected to witness significant growth in the next few years owing to the rise in e-commerce as well international express delivery services. Owing to the rising population and consumption habits, the demand for fresh and perishable goods that need express deliveries is likely to grow in future. Technological advancements and use of drones to deliver couriers and parcel can be the future for CEP industry in Poland. Efficient tracking systems will ensure the safety and timely delivery of packages. Flexible timing for pickup and delivery of products is likely to become an industry norm in the future. The price for courier services are expected to decline which will be the result of a change in the structure of export packages characterized by a lower price for the parcel. The number of domestic companies is expected to grow, however the dominance of international companies in the market will continue. Although, the development of a road infrastructure will boost the revenues of express deliveries, the revenues earned by express delivery through air will continue to dominate the Poland express logistics market.
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