Ecommerce Logistics

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Industry Overview:

E-commerce Logistics involves packaging, value-added services, transportation & warehousing;expansion of digital technology led to a rise in demand for e-commerce logistics

The size of the global E-commerce Logistics market is anticipated to increase from $315.8 billion in 2022 to $2412.8 billion by 2032 at a CAGR of 22.4% during 2022-2032

The pandemic had a beneficial effect on the e-commerce logistics market's expansion by enabling businesses to meet the extensive capacity demand of supply chain

Consumers desire to compare prices & product availability online encouraged them to make purchases of goods through online channels and hence need for e-commerce logistics services grew as a result with rapid growth in technology

It is projected that the market would grow considerably during the course of the forecast year due to factors including increasing smartphone penetration, drone delivery, digitization, and digital payments; expansion of the sector is also fuelled by the growing use of hardware technologies like GPS, portable data terminals, barcode technologies etc.

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Risks in the Industry:
Supply Interruption Risk

If the e-commerce firm be inventory-driven, then product supply may be disrupted by regional or worldwide events such as fires, floods, cyclones, or economic downturns

Demand and Supply Planning Integration Risks

In the event of a typical surge in demand, there exists a possibility that the supply, which is determined by demand forecasts, may not be able to satisfy the additional demand and could lead to a decline in customer satisfaction and sales

Information Privacy and Security Risks

Important consumer data, such as shipping addresses and contact details, is held by e-commerce businesses. It is necessary to safeguard this data from unauthorized access and misuse

Employee and Third Party Fraud Risks.

Both consumer and vital business information are always at risk of being leaked; risks associated with third-party fraud include suppliers, sellers, and third-party logistics providers breaching agreements and engaging in actions that could damage a company's brand and reduce revenues

Demand Drivers:
E-Commerce Expansion

E-commerce is becoming more and more popular worldwide, which raises the need for effective logistical solutions. Strong logistics infrastructure is becoming more and more necessary as a result of the growth of online marketplaces and shopping platforms

Consumer Expectations

Consumers increasingly expect faster and more reliable delivery services. E-commerce companies strive to meet these expectations, driving the need for advanced logistics systems that can handle quick order processing and timely deliveries

Last Mile Delivery Solutions

In most delivery processes, the "last mile" is the most costly and intricate. To solve this issue, e-commerce logistics companies are looking into cutting-edge last-mile delivery options including drones, driverless cars, and crowdsourced delivery schemes

Collaborative Logistics

Collaboration between the many supply chain participants—manufacturers, shipping companies, and retailers—is growing in frequency. This partnership expedites the entire logistical process, lowers expenses, and streamlines operations

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1. Industry Overview

  • 1.1. Impact of Covid-19 on E-commerce Logistics
  • 1.2. Share of Transport Modes in Global Logistics,2022
  • 1.3. Size of Global Logistics market in trillions

2. Industry Market Size

  • 2.1. Global Market Size (in billion)
  • 2.2. Retail e-Commerce Sales worldwide(in billion)
  • 2.3. Global E commerce logistics market share 2022

3. Workflow Structure- Conventional Vs E-Commerce

  • 3.1. Conventional Retail Logistics
  • 3.2. E-Commerce Retail Logistics

4. E-commerce Logistics Industry-Key Segments

5. E-commerce Logistics Industry- Value Chain Analysis

  • 5.1. First Mile Logistics
  • 5.2. Fulfilment Centers
  • 5.3. Processing / Sorting
  • 5.4. Line Haul
  • 5.5. Last Mile Delivery

6. Risks and Mitigation Strategies

  • 6.1. Risks in the Industry
  • 6.2. Types of Fraud attacks on Online Retail,2022
  • 6.3. Mitigation Strategies

7. Trends in the E-commerce Logistics Industry

  • 7.1. Technological Trends
  • 7.2. Mega Trends
  • 7.3. Sustainable Trends

8. Demand Drivers

  • 8.1. Key Drivers
  • 8.2. Size of Global E-commerce market (In billion euros)
  • 8.3. Market Drivers of E-commerce growth in U.S

9. Recent Developments in the E-commerce Logistics Industry

  • 9.1. Emerging Advancements in the Industry
  • 9.2. Leading Emerging Logistics Market as per Market Index,2022

10. Competitive Benchmarking

  • 10.1. Company Name
  • 10.2. Products & Services
  • 10.3. Countries
  • 10.4. Revenue
  • 10.5. Fleet Size
  • 10.6. Warehouses

11. Fulfilment types-E commerce logistics

  • 11.1. In-House Logistics
  • 11.2. Pros
  • 11.3. Cons
  • 11.4. Third Party Logistics Provider
  • 11.5. Pros
  • 11.6. Cons

12. Logistics Industry-Segmentation

13. Market Size- 3PL

  • 13.1. Global Revenue Comparison -3PL(In billion)
  • 13.2. Global Third Party Logistics Revenue (in trillion)
  • 13.3. Global Third Party Logistics Costs(in trillion)

14. Third-Party Logistics

  • 14.1. Services Provided by 3PL
  • 14.2. Benefits of using 3PL in business

15. Overview - 4PL

  • 15.1. Workflow of Four Party Logistics
  • 15.2. Global Market Size of 4PL Industry(in billions)
  • 15.3. Components of 4PL
  • 15.4. Benefits of using a 4PL provider

16. Logistics Cost Comparison of Ecommerce Organizations

17. Comparison: In-House vs 3PL

18. Industry Insights- India(1/3)

  • 18.1. Opportunities areas for India’s Logistics Sector
  • 18.2. Strategy to address the challenges in Logistics sector

19. Industry Insights- U.S.A (2/3)

  • 19.1. Market opportunities for US Logistics Sector
  • 19.2. Challenges in Logistics sector

20. Industry Insights(3/3)

  • 20.1. ‘Xtreme’ – Zomato’s intra-city logistic services for merchants
  • 20.2. Modal-Split of Logistics in India, 2022
  • 20.3. Key Findings of the US Logistics Industry
  • 20.4. Share percent of Transportation sector in GDP,USA

21. Comparing 3PL vs 4 PL vs 5 PL

22. Carrier Specific Cost Comparison

  • 22.1. Shiprocket: Price vs Weight1
  • 22.2. Shiprocket: Price vs Distance2
  • 22.3. Delhivery: Price vs Weight3
  • 22.4. Delhivery: Price vs Distance4

23. Carrier Specific Cost Comparison

  • 23.1. Bluedart: Price vs Weight5
  • 23.2. Bluedart: Price vs Distance6
  • 23.3. Comparison of Surface cost vs Weight7
  • 23.4. Comparison of Surface cost vs Distance8

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