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Research and Forecast of China Express Delivery Industry, 2013-2017

Huidian Research
Published Date » 2013-11-30
No. Of Pages » 60
   
 Research and Forecast of China Express Delivery Industry, 2013-2017 primarily analyzes market status quo of express delivery industry, major product situation, business performance of domestic major enterprises, meanwhile conducts an analytic prediction about express delivery industry so as to help enterprises understand this industry as well as provide decision-making references for investment. 
   
 With rapid development of e-commerce, electronic data and supply chain of information technology and logistics industry, international logistics industry has stepped into rapid development. Standardization and normalization of express delivery system has become the important method of improving logistics efficiency and effectiveness and competitive edges in the developed countries....
Table of Contents

1. Overview of Express Delivery Industry
1.1 Definition and Brands
1.1.1 Definition
1.1.2 Brands
1.2 Development History of Express Delivery Industry

2. Status Quo of Overseas Express Delivery Industry  
2.1 UPS
2.1.1 Company Profile
2.1.2 Operational Characteristics
2.1.3 Business Situation
2.1.4 Development Direction
2.2 FEDEX
2.2.1 Company Profile
2.2.2 Operational Characteristics
2.2.3 Business Situation
2.2.4 Future Development
2.3 DHL
2.3.1 Company Profile
2.3.2 Operational Characteristics
2.3.3 Business Situation
2.3.4 Future Development
2.4 TNT
2.4.1 Company Profile
2.4.2 Operational Characteristics
2.4.3 Business Situation
2.4.4 Future Development
2.5 Overall Trend of Express Delivery Industry
2.5.1 Emerging Business
2.5.2 International Development
2.5.3 Actively Expand Business Scope and Geographical Range
2.5.4 Sticking to Client Orientation and Adopting Advanced Technology

3. Development Environment of China’s Express Delivery Industry
3.1 Economic Development Environment during the First Three Quarters of 2013r
3.2 Relevant Policy and Standard
3.2.1 Relevant Policy
3.2.2 Relevant Standard

4. Status Quo of China’s Express Delivery Industry
4.1 Status Quo
4.2 Express Delivery Business Situation
4.2.1 Business Status Quo
4.2.2  Business Composition
4.3 Price

5. Express Delivery Market Pattern
5.1 Enterprise Pattern
5.2 Regional Pattern
5.3 Urban Concentration Ratio

6. Major Express Delivery Enterprises
6.1 GTO365
6.1.1 Company Profile
6.1.2 Express Delivery Business
6.1.3 Operational Analysis
6.1.4 Future Development Strategy
6.2 EMS
6.2.1 Company Profile
6.2.2 Express Delivery Business Situation
6.2.3 Business Performance
6.2.4 Future Development Strategy
6.3 SF-Express
6.3.1Company Profile
6.3.2 Express Delivery Product
6.3.3 Business Performance
6.3.4 Advantage
6.4 Shentong Express
6.4.1 Company Profile
6.4.2 Express Delivery Product
6.4.3 Business Performance
6.4.4 Future Development Strategy
6.5 YTO Express
6.5.1 Company Profile
6.5.2 Business Performance
6.5.3 Express Delivery Product
6.5.4 Future Development Strategy
6.6 ZJS Express
6.6.1 Company Profile
6.6.2 Express Delivery Product
6.6.3 Business Performance
6.6.4 Future Development Strategy
6.7 TTKDEX
6.7.1 Company Profile
6.7.2 Express Delivery Services
6.7.3 Business Performance
6.7.4 Future Development Strategy

7. Future Development Trend of China’s Express Delivery Industry
7.1 Growth Prediction
7.2 Overall Trend
7.2.1 Annexation and Reorganization of Enterprises and Further Improvement of Industrial Concentration
7.2.2 Constant Optimization of Comprehensive Communication and Transportation; Increasingly Sound Express Service Network
7.2.3 More Wide Application of Science and Technology; Constant Improvement of Express Service Ability

8. Investment Analysis of China’s Express Delivery Industry
8.1 Investment Opportunities
8.1.1 Recovery from International Financial Crisis
8.1.2 Steady and Rapid Development of National Economy; Sustainable Growth of Express Services
8.1.3 Vigorous Development of E-Commerce
8.2 Investment Risks
8.2.1  Macroeconomic Fluctuation Risk
8.2.2  Policy Risk
8.2.3 Technical Risk
8.2.4 Regional Risk
8.2.5 Competitive Risk
8.3 Development Suggestions
8.3.1 Reinforcement of Service Ability
8.3.2 Improvement of Service Level and Quality
8.3.3 Industrial Linkage
8.3.4 Technological Application and Innovation
8.3.5 Industrial Supervision and Administration

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