Global Transport and Logistics Financial Analysis 2014

Global Transport and Logistics Financial Analysis 2014

Global Transport and Logistics Financial Analysis 2014

At the low point of the global recession, the logistics industry had lost of 15% of its revenues and profits had fallen to 2.1% by December 2009. Since 2010 revenues flattened and moved upwards in 2012 before turning downward again in 2013.

For many involved in the logistics industry 2012 was a year of optimistic growth, however, despite the global economic upturn, 2013 proved to be more difficult.

As a result, the start of 2014 has brought with it mixed economic indicators and consequently the prospects for the logistics industry remain uncertain.

To find out more about this report please see the Transport Intelligence website or contact Mike Nordmann mnordmann@transportintelligence.com

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