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Report on Express couriers in Italy – Sector financials

This report provides financial indicators on the Express couriers Italian market: key characteristics and drivers of the demand and supply by segment, main reasons for the trends observed, financial indicators of the sector (balance sheets, P&L, financial ratios, productivity indicators, growth rates).

Segments
The sector is segmented according to the geographical area served:
Domestic express courier services
• International express courier services, which in its turn can be broken down into European (EU), for which there is no requirement for a packing list, and non-EU or intercontinental, for which a packing list is needed

Methodology
Databank’s methodology for Competitors reports begins with a careful screening to identify the main organisations that are representative of a given sector. Several one-to-one interviews are then conducted with the selected organisations. Questionnaires are sent to all the leading companies on an annual basis. The information collected is then verified by an expert in the particular sector using a system of counterchecks to guarantee that the information is entirely reliable and consistent. The process is then completed using Cerved Group’s proprietary information about Italian enterprises. All Competitors reports also include details concerning the strategies and performances of the leading companies in each sector.

Wherever no specific source is indicated, the information published in these reports can be assumed to have been taken from Cerved Group’s proprietary information bank. Coverage of any sector in Competitors products may be used in company presentations or in training courses on the subject.

Is Company Profile
ARTONI TRASPORTI S.P.A
AWS S.P.A.
BRT S.P.A.
DHL EXPRESS (ITALY) S.R.L.
FEDERAL EXPRESS (ITALIA) S.P.A.
GENERAL LOGISTICS SYSTEMS ITALY S.P.A.
MESSAGGERIE TRASPORTI NAZIONALI S.P.A.
POSTE ITALIANE – S.P.A.
SDA EXPRESS COURIER S.P.A.
TNT GLOBAL EXPRESS S.P.A.
UNITED PARCEL SERVICE ITALIA S.R.L.

Table of Contents
LIST OF COMPANIES ANALYSED 3
1. INTRODUCTION TO METHODOLOGY 4
2. SECTOR DESCRIPTION 5
2.1. Scope 5
2.2. Segments 5
3. DEMAND ANALYSIS 6
4. SUPPLY ANALYSIS 7
4.1. Key characteristics 7
4.2. Sector financials 7
CONNECTED PRODUCTS AND SERVICES 12
CONTACT 13
COPYRIGHT 14

List of Tables and Graphs:
AGGREGATE SECTOR FINANCIALS: BALANCE SHEET
AGGREGATE SECTOR FINANCIALS: PROFIT AND LOSS
SECTOR FINANCIAL INDICATORS
EXPRESS COURIERS: TRENDS IN KEY INPUT COSTS FOR MAIN PRODUCTS, 2008-2011
EXPRESS COURIERS: CHANGES IN MOTORWAY TOLLS BY STRETCH OF ROAD, 2012

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Report on Express couriers in Italy – Sector environment

This report provides information on the sector environment of the Express couriers Italian market: detailed data on the sector by segment, market trends and its main drivers, competitive forces and their impact on the market, future expectations, recent events and developments in terms of product, distribution channel, potential risks, regulatory framework. http://www.bharatbook.com/transportation-market-research-reports/express-couriers-in-italy-sector-environment.html

Segments
The sector is segmented according to the geographical area served:
Domestic express courier services
• International express courier services, which in its turn can be broken down into European (EU), for which there is no requirement for a packing list, and non-EU or intercontinental, for which a packing list is needed

Methodology
Databank’s methodology for Competitors reports begins with a careful screening to identify the main organisations that are representative of a given sector. Several one-to-one interviews are then conducted with the selected organisations. Questionnaires are sent to all the leading companies on an annual basis. The information collected is then verified by an expert in the particular sector using a system of counterchecks to guarantee that the information is entirely reliable and consistent. The process is then completed using Cerved Group’s proprietary information about Italian enterprises. All Competitors reports also include details concerning the strategies and performances of the leading companies in each sector.

Wherever no specific source is indicated, the information published in these reports can be assumed to have been taken from Cerved Group’s proprietary information bank. Coverage of any sector in Competitors products may be used in company presentations or in training courses on the subject.

Table of Contents
1. INTRODUCTION TO METHODOLOGY 3
2. SECTOR DESCRIPTION 4
2.1. Scope 4
2.2. Segments 4
3. SECTOR ENVIRONMENT 5
3.1. Sector data 5
3.2. Competitive forces 5
3.3. Notable recent events and developments 7
CONNECTED PRODUCTS AND SERVICES 8
CONTACT 9
COPYRIGHT 10

List of Tables and Graphs:
EXPRESS COURIERS: SUPPLY AND DEMAND TRENDS BY VALUE, 2009-2013
EXPRESS COURIERS: IMPACT OF COMPETITIVE FORCES, 2012

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Report on Express couriers in Italy – Overview

This report provides an overview of the Express couriers Italian market and its competitors: key sector data by segment, major recent trends, supply and demand evolution and their main drivers, market leaders, operators’ policies and business strategies.

Segments
The sector is segmented according to the geographical area served:
Domestic express courier services
• International express courier services, which in its turn can be broken down into European (EU), for which there is no requirement for a packing list, and non-EU or intercontinental, for which a packing list is needed

Methodology
Databank’s methodology for Competitors reports begins with a careful screening to identify the main organisations that are representative of a given sector. Several one-to-one interviews are then conducted with the selected organisations. Questionnaires are sent to all the leading companies on an annual basis. The information collected is then verified by an expert in the particular sector using a system of counterchecks to guarantee that the information is entirely reliable and consistent. The process is then completed using Cerved Group’s proprietary information about Italian enterprises. All Competitors reports also include details concerning the strategies and performances of the leading companies in each sector.

Wherever no specific source is indicated, the information published in these reports can be assumed to have been taken from Cerved Group’s proprietary information bank. Coverage of any sector in Competitors products may be used in company presentations or in training courses on the subject.

Table of Contents
1. INTRODUCTION TO METHODOLOGY 3
2. SECTOR DESCRIPTION 4
2.1. Scope 4
2.2. Segments 4
3. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 5
3.1. Key sector data 5
3.2. Supply and demand trends 5
3.3. Market leaders 5
3.4. Business strategies 6
CONNECTED PRODUCTS AND SERVICES 7
CONTACT 8
COPYRIGHT 9

List of Tables and Graphs:
KEY SECTOR DATA

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Report on Express couriers in Italy

This report supplies information on the Italian market of Express couriers and its competitors: market trends, SWOT and key success factors analysis, major companies performance indicators (total turnover, sector specific turnover, market shares and export quotas), business prospects and trends.

Scope
• Product technology: the transport of documents and small packages, generally offered by specialist express couriers.
• Function: the fundamental requirements for an express service are urgent delivery according to pre-agreed standards, and a reliable service, involving guarantees that goods will be delivered in their entirety within the established timeframe.
• Client groups: both publicly and privately owned companies.

Segments
The sector is segmented according to the geographical area served:
Domestic express courier services
• International express courier services, which in its turn can be broken down into European (EU), for which there is no requirement for a packing list, and non-EU or intercontinental, for which a packing list is needed

Methodology
Databank’s methodology for Competitors reports begins with a careful screening to identify the main organisations that are representative of a given sector. Several one-to-one interviews are then conducted with the selected organisations. Questionnaires are sent to all the leading companies on an annual basis. The information collected is then verified by an expert in the particular sector using a system of counterchecks to guarantee that the information is entirely reliable and consistent. The process is then completed using Cerved Group’s proprietary information about Italian enterprises. All Competitors reports also include details concerning the strategies and performances of the leading companies in each sector.

Wherever no specific source is indicated, the information published in these reports can be assumed to have been taken from Cerved Group’s proprietary information bank. Coverage of any sector in Competitors products may be used in company presentations or in training courses on the subject.

Is Company Profile
ARTONI TRASPORTI S.P.A
AWS S.P.A.
BRT S.P.A.
DHL EXPRESS (ITALY) S.R.L.
FEDERAL EXPRESS (ITALIA) S.P.A.
GENERAL LOGISTICS SYSTEMS ITALY S.P.A.
MESSAGGERIE TRASPORTI NAZIONALI S.P.A.
POSTE ITALIANE – S.P.A.
SDA EXPRESS COURIER S.P.A.
TNT GLOBAL EXPRESS S.P.A.
UNITED PARCEL SERVICE ITALIA S.R.L.

Table of Contents
LIST OF COMPANIES ANALYSED 4
1. INTRODUCTION TO METHODOLOGY 5
2. SECTOR DESCRIPTION 6
2.1. Scope 6
2.2. Segments 6
3. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 7
3.1. Key sector data 7
3.2. Supply and demand trends 7
3.3. Market leaders 7
3.4. Business strategies 8
4. SECTOR ENVIRONMENT 9
4.1. Sector data 9
4.2. Competitive forces 9
4.3. Notable recent events and developments 11
5. DEMAND ANALYSIS 12
6. SUPPLY ANALYSIS 13
6.1. Key characteristics 13
6.2. Sector financials 13
7. COMPETITIVE SCENARIO 18
7.1. Types of operators 18
7.2. Ranking of companies 18
7.3. Competitive performances by segment 23
7.3.1. Share of turnover 23
8. STRATEGIES OBSERVED 25
8.1. Strategic map of operators 25
8.2. Winning strategies 27
9. OPPORTUNITIES AND THREATS 28
CONNECTED PRODUCTS AND SERVICES 29
CONTACT 30
COPYRIGHT 31

List of Tables and Graphs:
KEY SECTOR DATA
EXPRESS COURIERS: SUPPLY AND DEMAND TRENDS BY VALUE, 2009-2013
EXPRESS COURIERS: IMPACT OF COMPETITIVE FORCES, 2012
AGGREGATE SECTOR FINANCIALS: BALANCE SHEET
AGGREGATE SECTOR FINANCIALS: PROFIT AND LOSS
SECTOR FINANCIAL INDICATORS
EXPRESS COURIERS: TRENDS IN KEY INPUT COSTS FOR MAIN PRODUCTS, 2008-2011
EXPRESS COURIERS: CHANGES IN MOTORWAY TOLLS BY STRETCH OF ROAD, 2012
EXPRESS COURIERS, LEADING COMPANIES’ SECTOR-SPECIFIC TURNOVER, 2009-2011
EXPRESS COURIERS: LEADING COMPANIES’ TOTAL TURNOVER, 2009-2011
EXPRESS COURIERS: LEADING COMPANIES’ SECTOR-SPECIFIC TURNOVER AS PERCENTAGE OF TOTAL TURNOVER, 2011

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Radio Cabs Market in India 2012

Taxi transportation system in India has long been characterized by paucity of well-maintained vehicles, tampered meters and unruly behavior of drivers. The need for a hassle-free and smooth ride has long been on the anvil for the Indian transport authority. Though Government did not harp on the same tune, but private operators could fathom the potential lying with a new and improved means of communication through radio cabs. Demand for radio cabs have been soaring in the metros and large cities as MNC executives, tourists, IT sector executives as also affluent Indians opt for a faster and smoother means of transportation through well maintained radio cabs. Today, radio cabs capitalize on its comfort quotient and availability quotient to attract people even though fares are comparatively higher than normal cabs.

The report begins with an introduction section which throws some light on the concept of radio cabs. It speaks about the difference between radio cabs and ordinary cabs as well as deliberates on the growth potential of radio cabs in future across India. A brief flowchart in the functional framework is also shown. It then moves towards a description of the Indian radio cab market stating its market size and growth. The next part throws some light on the business model adopted by the operators in the country along with examples. This is immediately followed by the revenue model wherein the components making up the revenues earned are discussed in detail. The section gets concluded with a Porter’s Five Forces Analysis for the sector.

Brief descriptions of the drivers that help the sector to prosper include increase in disposable income and transportation spending, influx of tourists, demand from corporate sector and change in mindset. Fares of radio cabs are more than ordinary cabs which term them under the category of luxury services. For any kind of luxury item of consumption, MAD (Money, Authority and Desire) is required. Though desire gets registered matter-of-factly, money and authority constitute the primary ingredients that drive demand. Increase in disposable income translates into heightened spending power at the hands of people, thereby acting as a potential driver for radio cabs’ sector. Another factor that has led to the growth of radio cabs is that of influx of tourists. Tourists travel to unknown lands where they are not well conversant with the place. In a country where cabs have earned a name of cheats and tricksters, radio cabs cater to the security and safety aspects. Places like airports or railway stations are more populated by radio cabs since they register a high percentage of footfalls. Radio cabs derive succor from increasing number of tourists, inclusive of FTAs, who generally ask for such mode of transport owing to its ease of booking, accurate meters and quality service.

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Global Business Survey: M&A Trends and Key Markets for Growth in 2012-2013

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“Global Business Survey: M&A Trends and Key Markets for Growth in 2012–2013” is a new report by ICD Research that provides the reader with a definitive analysis of global M&A outlook across 12 key industry segments in 2012–2013. The report explores projections surrounding merger and acquisition activities and core factors influencing such anticipations. Additionally, the report provides the reader with an analysis of the most promising emerging and developed markets across 12 key industry segments in 2012–2013. The report also provides access to information categorized by region, company type, and company size.  http://www.bharatbook.com/market-research-reports/business-forecast-outlook-market-research-report/global-business-survey-m-a-trends-and-key-markets-for-growth-in-2012-2013.html
 
 Introduction and Landscape
 
Why was the report written?
 This report is the result of an extensive survey drawn from ICD Research’s exclusive panel of leading global industry executives. The report provides data and analysis on global M&A outlook in 2012–2013 across 12 key industry segments including the key emerging and developed markets for growth. The key industries covered in this report include Airports, Beverages, Defense, Food, Medical Devices, Mining, Oil and Gas, Packaging, Pharmaceutical, Power, and Transport. Most secondary research reports are based on general industry drivers and do not understand the industry executives’ attitude and changing behaviors, creating a gap in presenting the business outlook of the industry. In an effort to bridge this gap, ICD Research created this primary research-based report by gathering the opinions of multiple stakeholders across the value chains of 12 key industry segments.
 
 What is the current market landscape and what is changing?
 Of respondents across various industry verticals, 63% from the global pharmaceutical and medical devices industries project either a ‘significant increase’ or an ‘increase’ in M&A activities in 2012. Furthermore, 58%, 57% and 56% of respective respondents from the global mining, oil and gas, and airports industries anticipate that consolidation in their industry will increase in 2012.
 
 What are the key drivers behind recent market changes?
 The reasons for increased M&A activity highlighted by respondents from various industries are high operational costs, increasing competition, the need to increase geographical presence in key markets, the need to increase business competence, leverage economies of scale, increase market share, and put pressure on bottom-line performance. Business Report
 
 What makes this report unique and essential to read?
 This report is the result of an extensive survey drawn from ICD Research’s exclusive panel of leading global industry executives. The report provides data and analysis on global M&A outlook in 2012–2013 across 12 key industry segments including the key emerging and developed markets for growth. The key industries covered in this report include Airports, Beverages, Defense, Food, Medical Devices, Mining, Oil and Gas, Packaging, Pharmaceutical, Power and Transport. Most secondary research reports are based on general industry drivers and do not understand the industry executives’ attitude and changing behaviors, creating a gap in presenting the business outlook of the industry. In an effort to bridge this gap, ICD Research created this primary research-based report by gathering the opinions of multiple stake holders in the value-chain of 12 key industry segments.
 
 Key Features and Benefits
 
Project industry trends and M&A expectations in 2012 and make informed business decisions.
 Drive revenues by understanding key investment areas and key growth regions.
 Helps in identifying important markets in developing and developed regions, which will help the reader to make vital business decisions regarding business expansion.
 
 Key Market Issues
 
The majority of respondents from global pharmaceutical and medical devices industries project either a ‘significant increase’ or an ‘increase’ in M&A activities in 2012. Similar trends are observed in mining, oil and gas, and the airports industry.
 The reasons for increased M&A activity highlighted by respondents from various industries are high operational costs, increasing competition, the need to increase geographical presence in key markets, the need to increase business competence, leverage economies of scale, increase market share, and pressure on bottom-line performance.
 Across all industries, respondents identify India, China, and Brazil as the most promising emerging markets, followed by the Middle East and Eastern Europe.
 Across all industries, respondents identify Singapore, Taiwan and Hong Kong, the US, and Australia as the most promising developed regions to offer significant growth opportunities in 2012.
 
 Key Highlights
 
Of respondents across various industry verticals, 63% of respondents from the global pharmaceutical and medical devices industries each project either a ‘significant increase’ or an ‘increase’ in M&A activities in 2012.
 Survey results show that 58%, 57%, and 56% of respective respondents from global mining, oil and gas, and airports industries anticipate that consolidation in their industry will increase in 2012.
 Across all industries, a significant portion of respondents identify India, China, and Brazil as key emerging markets in 2012. Singapore, Taiwan and Hong Kong, the US, and Australia as the most promising developed regions to offer significant growth opportunities in 2012, as identified by a large proportion of respondents across 12 key industry segments.
 According to survey results, 33% of respondents from the global transportation industry project ‘no change’ in M&A activity in 2012.
 The reasons for increased M&A activity highlighted by respondents from various industries are high operational costs, increasing competition, the need to increase geographical presence in key markets, the need to increase business competence, leverage economies of scale, increase market share, and pressure on bottom-line performance.
 
 1 Introduction
 
1.1 What is this Report About?
 1.2 Methodology
 2 Executive Summary
 3 Global Airports Industry Outlook
 3.1 Profile of Survey Respondents
 3.2 M&A Activity Projections in the Global Airports Industry
 3.2.1 M&A activity projections by buyers
 3.2.2 M&A activity projections by suppliers
 3.2.3 M&A activity projections by region
 3.2.4 M&A activity projections by company turnover
 3.2.5 M&A activity projections by purchasing decision authority
 3.3 Global Airports Industry: Demand in Emerging Markets
 3.3.1 Demand in emerging markets by buyers
 3.3.2 Demand in emerging markets by suppliers
 3.3.3 Demand in emerging markets by region
 3.3.4 Demand in emerging markets by company turnover
 3.4 Global Airports Industry: Growth Projections in Developed Countries
 3.4.1 Growth projections in developed countries by buyers
 3.4.2 Growth projections in developed countries by suppliers
 
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Infrastructure in Mozambique

Mozambique Infrastructure Report

BMI View: Mozambique’s construction sector is the most dynamic in the southern African region and the country’s huge mining and export hub potential is driving investment into transport and electricity infrastructure. Projects are being developed by deep-pocketed mining companies, meaning they are more likely to progress than in other parts of the region that are dependent on development funding or government backing. With projects worth a combined US$25bn planned or under way, we are forecasting average annual growth of 7.7% over the medium term (2012-2016).

A strong medium-term project pipeline will sustain strong growth. A number of projects were announced in late 2011 and early 2012, which will drive expansion into 2012 and 2013. The industry will benefit from sustained demand for Mozambique’s exports, primarily coal demand from India.

However, with Mozambique’s infrastructure sector so directly linked to mining activity, our forecasts are predicated on a number of factors:
The primary driver of growth in Mozambique’s infrastructure sector has been coal mining, with Indian demand sustaining significant investment. Insatiable demand for electricity in India is leading to huge investment in coal power plants, and Indian power companies are looking further afield for coal resources. While we expect demand for coal across the developed world to decline over the medium term, we do not anticipate a slowdown in India’s consumption of thermal coal, which should sustain investment in Mozambique.
Transport infrastructure has benefited from a number of investment pledges, with efforts concentrated on the Nacala and Sena transport corridors (linking the mining regions to the ports of Nacala and Beira). Mining companies are leading the way in terms of investment in railways and ports; this was demonstrated in January 2012, when Vale signed a US$1bn agreement to build the Malawian section of the 900km Nacala corridor (which links the Moatize mines with the Nacala Port).
Electricity generation has also garnered considerable investment, with mining companies once again taking on an active role. Vale, Riversdale Mining and Jindal Power & Steel have all announced one gigawatt (GW) of coal-fired power plant projects in an effort to tap the growing domestic market. At the same time, Mozambique is planning to expand capacity at the Cahora Bassa dam. Eletrobras announced plans to build a 1,500MW hydropower plant in the country, as well as two 1,500km transmission lines, worth a combined US$6bn.
A major threat to our forecast comes in the form of government revenues, which are insufficient to meet the infrastructure funding gap, and thereby highlighting the importance of external financing. Consequently, multilaterals like the World Bank and African Development Bank (AfDB), as well as state credit agencies, remain an important source of funding for infrastructure in Mozambique. Increasingly, investment into freight transport and electricity infrastructure is being supported by private finance, with cash-rich mining companies executing a build-yourown strategy with regard to infrastructure. Private finance has therefore become crucial to investment, and any threat to corporate financing or mining companies’ profitability could dent investment in infrastructure.
While infrastructure investment is primarily focused on supporting the mining sector, demand for passenger transport projects and residential and commercial utilities should lead to rapid expansion – with real GDP growth expected to average 7.5% between 2012 and 2016, and GDP per capita expected to increase from US$628 to US$972. This should generate a rise in electrification and water access rates over our forecast period, necessitating new transmission and distribution infrastructure. Investment into roads will be strong under the second phase of the Programa Integrado do Sector das Estradas (PRISE) Road Sector Integration programme (2010-2014), which is overseeing planned investment of US$1.5bn to improve the quality of the country’s road network. Funding has been pledged by a number of development banks.

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