Analytiqa has published its ranking of the top ten logistics players in the UK market. Included within its latest research series, the findings are contrary to a ranking from alternative sources which was published in yesterday’s national press.
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The listing which aims where possible to rank UK-derived revenues, highlights the performance of UK-registered companies and the UK subsidiaries of international groups. The ranking analyses third party providers only as, for example, the in-house distribution operations of a major retailer have been removed from the list.
Table: Ranking of Leading Logistics Companies by UK Turnover
KUEHNE + NAGEL
NORBERT DENTRESSANGLE 541,427 (4)
Source: Company Accounts / Analytiqa
Note: (1) Exel comprises Exel Europe, Exel UK and Power Europe (all part of DP-DHL); (2)DHL comprises DHL UK, DHL International, DHL Air and DHL Freight & Contract Logistics (UK) (all part of DP-DHL); (3)TNT comprises TNT UK and TNT Express Worldwide UK; (4) Eleven companies listed in table to reflect Norbert Dentressangle’
All revenue data has been translated into € currency for ease of comparison across other country markets that Analytiqa includes in its Western European Logistics 2011 series, namely Germany, France, Belgium, Netherlands, Italy and Spain.
This research features the very latest data available at the time of publication. Due to the time lag between end of year financial periods and the legal timeframes in which companies have to submit their accounts, at the time of publication of this report, full year 2010 records were not available. This is beyond the control of Analytiqa and, as such, the report analyses company information, where available, 2007-2009 data. Logistics market size and sector data is provided to 2010, with forecasts to 2015.
The table above - and the more detailed Top 100 listing provided in Analytiqa’s report - will contain a host of familiar names on the database from companies that may have since been acquired or merged. The tables, and the companies included within them, reflect the trading performances of UK legal entities. As such, for example, while Exel no longer exists as a logistics ‘brand’ in the UK, being part of DHL, trading companies remain registered and active as Exel Europe Limited, or Exel UK Limited.
Contract Logistics in UK 2011
The findings are extracted from new research from Analytiqa which maps growth of logistics activity in key European markets. Contract Logistics in UK 2011 provides a comprehensive analysis of the logistics industry across five key industry sectors in the UK.
Published: June 2011
No. of Pages: 170
Price: £795 / €895 / US$ 1295
> Contract (outsourced) logistics spending in the UK decreased at a CAGR of 2.7% over the period 2007-2010.
> Logistics spending (in-house and outsourced) in the UK is forecast to grow at a CAGR of 4.7% over the 2011-2015 period.
Contract Logistics in UK 2011 is a uniquely positioned research report that combines Analytiqa’s sizing and forecasting of contract logistics markets with analysis, ranking and benchmarking of 3PLs, on a financial, operational and service level basis.
The market data provided within this report is extracted from the much larger Western European Logistics 2011 report. It is not estimated, based upon GDP figures, or aggregation of a number of 3PL company revenues – it is based upon insight gained from leading 3PLs and supply chain professionals across Europe, combined with Analytiqa’s experienced analysts and proprietary databases. Use the report to:
> Benchmark market size and growth between five industry sectors 2007-2015
> Track current and future outsourcing trends
> Identify and target the fastest growing markets for new business opportunities
> Identify leading 3PLs and analyse financial, operational and service information and data
How can this report benefit your business?
> Access the latest up-to-date market data
> Delivers in-depth understanding of both market dynamics and 3PL performance
> Trusted research methodology and market analysis
Table of Contents:
1.0 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
3.0 LOGISTICS IN UK TO 2010
3.1 Market Size
UK Logistics Market Size (€bn) 2007-2010
3.2 Market Growth
UK Logistics Market Growth (%) 2007-2010
UK Logistics Market Growth v. Western Europe (%) 2007-2010
3.3 Market Share
UK Logistics Market Share (%) in Europe, 2007-2010
3.4 Market Segmentation by Industry Sector
UK Logistics Market Size (€bn) by Industry Sector, 2007-2010
UK Logistics Market Share (%), by Industry Sector 2007-2010
UK Logistics Market Growth (%), by Industry Sector 2007-2010
3.5 Outsourcing in UK Logistics
3.5.1 Market Size
UK Contract Logistics Market Size (€bn) 2007-2010
3.5.2 Market Outsourcing
UK Logistics Outsourcing Rate (%) 2007-2010
3.5.3 Market Growth
UK Contract Logistics Market Growth (%) 2007-2010
3.5.4 Market Share
UK Contract Logistics Market Share (%) in Europe, 2007-2010
4.0 LOGISTICS FORECASTS IN UK TO 2015
4.1 Market Size Forecasts
UK Logistics Market Size (€bn) 2011-2015
4.2 Market Growth Forecasts
UK Logistics Market Growth (%) 2011-2015
4.3 Market Segmentation Forecasts by Country and Industry Sector
UK Logistics Market Share (%) in Europe, 2011-2015
UK Logistics Market Size (€bn) by Industry Sector, 2011-2015
UK Logistics Market Share (%), by Industry Sector 2011-2015
UK Logistics Market Growth (%), by Industry Sector 2011-2015
4.4 Outsourcing Forecasts
4.4.1 Outsourcing Market Size Forecasts
UK Contract Logistics Market Size (€bn) 2011-2015
UK Logistics Outsourcing Rate (%) 2011-2015
4.4.2 Outsourcing Market Growth Forecasts
UK Contract Logistics Market Growth (%) 2011-2015
4.4.3 Outsourcing Market Share Forecasts
UK Contract Logistics Market Share in Europe, 2011-2015
5.0 LOGISTICS PROFITABILITY AND PERFORMANCE
5.1 Ranking Top 100 UK Logistics Operators by Turnover and Profitability
Please note that due to time lag restrictions on reporting of financials, the latest data available at publication is 2007-2009
5.2 Analysis of Key Ratios and Margins
6.0 CONTRACT LOGISTICS LEADERS IN UK
This chapter provides at-a-glance profiles of ten leading contract logistics operators in UK. Sample:
6.1 Bibby Distribution
6.1.1 Company Overview
18.104.22.168 Company Name
22.214.171.124 Parent Company
126.96.36.199 Head Office Location and Address Details
188.8.131.52 Company Description
184.108.40.206 Company Structure
220.127.116.11 Company Activity
18.104.22.168 Number of Employees
6.1.2 Operational Profile
22.214.171.124 Key Personnel
126.96.36.199 Vehicles and Fleet
188.8.131.52 Distribution Centres
184.108.40.206 Supply Chain Technology
6.1.3 Service Capabilities
220.127.116.11 Transport Management
18.104.22.168 Transport Services
22.214.171.124 Warehouse Services
126.96.36.199 Added Value Services
188.8.131.52 Industry Sector Capability
Current profiles in UK include: Bibby Distribution, CEVA Logistics, Clipper Group, DHL Supply Chain, Gist, Kuehne + Nagel, Norbert Dentressangle, Stobart Group, Wincanton, Yusen Logistics
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