Deglobalisation, China’s soft power, reshoring strategies... Navigating through supply chain trends has never been more challenging (and captivating) for strategists. Ti Talks Supply Chains is a must-listen for global supply chain professionals. Each episode the Ti Insights research team, led by Prof. John Manners-Bell, offers lively discussion on the key trends, data and analysis impacting global supply chains. From technology, to politics to Ocean Freight rates, our regular podcast will keep you up to date on the forces driving supply chains in 2022 and beyond. Ti Insights research is built on data from the GSCI knowledge portal, a data powerhouse with over 1million pieces of data and analysis. www.ti-insight.com
Swipe right: 2023 Technology Trends
31:59ChatGPT is trending. Could it change how you operate? Will it make supply chains more robust? eCommerce may have shrunk by 5% in 2022, but it’s expected to moderate and grow by 7.9% in 2023.This episode we gather experts from Ti Insights to discuss supply chain technology trends and the Global eCommerce outlook.Guests includeKen Lyon, Managing Director of Virtual Partners and Ti’s Technology AdvisorNia Hudson, Research Analyst, Ti InsightsEpisode linksWhitepaper: Technology Trends 2023 Global e-commerce Logistics 2023 reportData Platform GSCIComplete the surveyOur partner, IRU, the world road transport organisation, has been conducting an annual survey since 2019 to monitor the driver shortage. It would be helpful if you could participate in their 2023 Survey. As a thank you, all survey participants will receive a free copy of the 2023 Global Driver Shortage Report. Join us next episode to discuss the 2023 Agility Emerging Markets Logistics Index.
2023 growth & beyond: Express, Forwarding, Contract & Road Freight
9:39This episode of GSCi News we share predictions for 2023, and we take a look at Ti Insight’s market sizing data for the Global Express, Contract Logistics, Freight Forwarding and Road Freight markets.Links & news from the episodeThe new normal transitionBy Raghu Ramachandran, Founding Partner of 13 Colony Global and Ti Advisory Board Member. Read more predictions from Raghu and the Ti team in our data and knowledge platform GSCi. Global Express Markets Show Real Terms Growth of Just 0.1% in 2022The European express and small parcels market is expected to contract by 5.9% y-o-y, reaching a value of €95,175.80m.For more details on 2023 growth and beyond, please see TI’s free Whitepaper GlobalExpress and Small Parcels Market Size and Forecasts 2023. Narrow miss for global freight forwarding marketGlobal freight forwarding growth is expected to contract in real terms by 2.4% in 2022 and reach a market value of €263,133m. Air and Sea freight forwarding markets are forecasted to contract in 2022 by 2.7% and 2.2%, respectively.Air and Sea freight forwarding markets are forecasted to contract in 2022 by 2.7% and 2.2%, respectively.For more in-depth information, download the Global Freight Forwarding market forecastsfor 2022 and 2023 Whitepaper. Contract logistics growth expected to slow...
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Road freight rates: why are they so volatile?
31:55Average European road freight contract rates are at an all-time high, at 129.7 index points. In the spot market, rates have hit 142.6 points.Rates on many European lanes are beginning to soften after this Q3 peak.Diesel costs usually account for one third of the total operating transport costs, but given the increase, they may now account for 50% of costs.It’s a volatile time. This episode guests will discuss the Ti, Upply & IRU European Road Freight Rate Development Benchmark, Q3 2022. The team cover truck driver positions around Europe, Germany’s production challenges, inflation in the UK and how all these things affect rates.Guests include:Michael Clover, Head of Commercial Development, Ti InsightNathaniel Donaldson, Economic Analyst, Ti InsightThomas Larrieu, Chief Executive Officer, UpplyMarie-Anne Cervoni, Senior Manager, Strategy & Market Intelligence, IRUThe graphs which are referenced in the episode are available to view in the report, which you can download for free here.Save your space on the next Ti, Upply, IRU European Road Freight RateDevelopment Benchmark , Q4 2022 Webinar which takes place on 8 February 02.00 PM, London.Links and more about the panelFree report with graphs available to download: Ti, Upply & IRU European Road Freight Rate Development Benchmark, Q3 2022For independent reports, research and analysis from the team at Ti Insights visit www.ti-insight.com or go straight to Ti Insight's data platform GSCI.Discover the freight rates benchmark and index solution on upply.comIRU is the world road transport organisation, helping connect societies with safe, efficient and green mobility and logistics. As the voice of more than 3.5 million companies operating road and multimodal transport services in all global regions, IRU helps keep the world in motion. iru.orgLogistics Briefing regular newsletter
Freight forwarding market to contract by 2.4%
8:48Analysis, data and industry updates from the team at Ti Insights, powered by our Global Supply Chain intelligence platform, GSCi.Global freight forwarding market to contract by 2.4%Global freight forwarding growth is expected to contract in real terms by 2.4% in 2022 and reach a market value of €263,133m. Air and Sea freight forwarding markets are forecasted to contract in 2022 by 2.7% and 2.2%, respectively.Download our free global freight forwarding White Paper - Global Freight Forwarding Market Forecasts for 2022 & 2023 - here.When the US recovers, air freight rates will recoverIn 2023 freight rates will continue to weaken and this will end when the American consumer decides. To view the tracker in full, which contains further key data on the North America and Middle East markets, plus analysis of the underlying drivers of air freight demand in Europe, just follow the following link: https://www.ti-insight.com/air-ocean-freight-rate-tracker/. Mergers & Acquisitions in the e-commerce logistics landscapeWith the boom in e-commerce post-pandemic… incumbent logistics players have been making mergers and acquisitions to improve their e-commerce offerings in a growing market. To read more stories like this, sign up to our regular newsletter here. Global Express & Small Parcels marketGlobal Express & Small Parcels market demand is set to grow by 2.1% in real terms in 2023. The moderate recovery expected in 2023 follows a difficult 2022, which saw a market adjustment as volumes in Europe and North America declined from their pandemic peak.Learn more here.Finally! If you want to connect with a human being from the Ti Insights/GSCi team, please email: [email protected] He can talk you through all of our services and insights!
Contract logistics data & the democratisation of tech
28:52Double storey warehousing, a supercharged retail sector and the democratisation of supply chain technology are all discussed on the first episode of Ti Talks Supply Chains.Guests this episode include Ti Insight's founder John Manners-Bell, Ti Insight's Technology Adviser Ken Lyon and Ti Insight researcher Nia Hudson.Nia will be sharing some key data from our Contract Logistics Report 2022 before we join John and Ken to debate some tech-shortcoming in the sector, and their new book Logistics& Supply Chain Innovation, 2nd Edition.John, Ken and Nia make some interesting points on how: The global contract logistics market is expected to grow at a slower pace of 7.1% y-o-yIf it wasn’t for Amazon, stay at home policies would not have been possible during COVID19.Sensor technology, the Internet of Things and Blockchain are on Ken's tech-to-watch listLinks from this episode!Nia's Contract Logistics Report 2022Ti Insight's data platform GSCI.John & Ken's book Logistics & Supply Chain InnovationFor more independent reports, research and analysis from the team at Ti Insights visit www.ti-insight.com.