DUBLIN, Ireland, August 13, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --
Research and Markets
( http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/rqr3sk/north_american) has announced the addition of the "North American e-commerce Logistics 2012" report to their offering.
Report finds e-commerce growth spurs supply chain changes and shows how e-commerce challenges are being met
As the explosive growth of e-commerce has resulted in a shift in how many businesses and consumers make purchases, e-commerce is also changing the way supply chains are managed.
Cathy Roberson, Ti's Senior Analyst and author of the North American E-commerce report explains why e-commerce is a key focus of many transportation companies: "It's evident from the recent numbers of Cyber Monday purchases in the US that e-commerce will continue to grow as more consumers are exposed to shopping online,"
Rapid growth in e-commerce spurs changes in the supply chain
North American e-commerce Logistics 2012 provides an in-depth examination of the methods employed by transportation and logistics providers in response to the rapid rise of e-commerce, not only with delivery options, but right across the industry in warehousing and fulfillment, information technology and finance. The North American e-commerce market is estimated to be worth approximately $345bn, with sizeable growth anticipated. The explosive nature of its growth has resulted in significant changes in the supply chain as logistics providers attempt to capitalize on the opportunities available in the market. The report details the entire spectrum of the market, analyzing the strategic response from retailers to logistics providers, from bricks-and-mortar stores to e-retailers, from large integrators to specialist ecommerce logistics start-ups.
What will you learn from North American e-commerce Logistics 2012?
- Summary of the market's rapid development
- Overview of the key market trends
- Market sizing and growth forecasts for the North
- American e-commercemarket
- Overview of e-commerce by individual country
- Analysis of retailers' supply chain strategies
- Development of tailored services by logistics providers
- Overview of the key logistics providers supporting the e-commerce markets
- Detailed maps of North American e-commerce networks
North American e-commerce Logistics 2012 is packed full of qualitative and quantitative data, providing a comprehensive overview of the market as well as the companies which operate in it. The report includes a breakdown by individual country, with individual market sizing and growth forecasts, as well as a comprehensive overview of each country's e-commerce sector. The report analyzes the contrasting strategies and experiments undertaken by bricks-and-mortar retailers and internet retailers, both seeking to gain an advantage over one-another in what is a competitive and increasingly lucrative market. The report also examines the impact mobile commerce, or m-commerce, has had on ecommerce's recent growth and assesses the potential implications of its continued development.
Key Topics Covered:
1.0 Executive Summary
4.0 Country e-commerce Overviews
5.0 Consumer versus Business Use
6.0 E-commerce Supply Chains
7.0 Market Size
10.0 Logistics services
11.0 Logistics Providers
11.1 Canada Post
11.8 IDS (Integrated Distribution Services)
11.13 Saddle Creek Logistics Services
11.14 SEKO Logistics
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