LOGO            SP Jain Center of Management                            11th December, 2010                            CIL...
AGENDAStrategic Location of GCC           Global Logistics Overview                GCC Logistics Overview                I...
The Strategic LocationGateway to a market of over 3 billion consumers !!!67% of the world’s population is within 8 hr flight
Global Overview                 Global 3PL revenue from fortune 500 companies by industry           Consumer Products     ...
GCC Logistics overview :Logistics Performance Index                                                                       ...
GCC Logistics overview :UAE and LPI : Elements of the vision                       State‐owned enterprises to lead & insp...
GCC Logistics overview :GDP growth                                  Read GDP growth rate : GCC                20          ...
GCC Logistics overview :Global Competitiveness                             37                           Bahrain           ...
The enabling trade Index : GCC       23                                        37                                         ...
Effect of Recession     Project Logistics hampered due to downfall in real estate     Fall in oil prices led to turmoil ...
Drivers of Change    < 2009                                     Future                        DRIVERS                   Go...
FUTURE TRENDS     Modernizing        Green         GCC                       Logistics    infrastructure    Increasing rol...
What’s on surfaceSource: Arabian Supply Chain, Khaleej Times
What’s in store                            Emirates Airlines on a buying spree                            • Addition of 2 ...
Thank You!Please feel free to contact!              Ankurkumar99@gmail.com              Ankur has worked for 5 years in sh...
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The presentation was given at Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport and Emirates Supply Chain forum (Dubai, UAE). It talks about the upcoming trends in logistics and supply chain industry in GCC after the recession, the impacts and strategies.

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Trends in Logistics and Supply Chain in GCC

  1. 1. LOGO SP Jain Center of Management 11th December, 2010 CILT – ESCF forum “Trends in Logistics a nd Supply Cha in Industry in GCC” ANKUR DAFTUAR ANUJESH SINGH GAURAV CHAWLAMBA: Global Logistics and MBA: Global Logistics and MBA: Global Logistics andSupply Chain Management Supply Chain Management Supply Chain Management Under the guidance of Dr. Rajiv Aserkar (Professor, Logistics and Supply Chain)
  2. 2. AGENDAStrategic Location of GCC Global Logistics Overview GCC Logistics Overview Impact of Recession Drivers of Change Future TrendsWhat’s in the store!
  3. 3. The Strategic LocationGateway to a market of over 3 billion consumers !!!67% of the world’s population is within 8 hr flight
  4. 4. Global Overview Global 3PL revenue from fortune 500 companies by industry Consumer Products 2% Other Healthcare Industrial 3% 3% 3%Food Groceries 6% Global Logistics Size (as of 2009): US$ 1 trillion Automotive 29% Growth rate: Elements 3 – 10% 16% Technological (Hi- tech) Global 3PL Revenue: Retailing 22% $ 210 billion (2009) 16%Source: OECD, Armstrong and Associates, Mercer Management Consulting, World Bank, Transport Intelligence
  5. 5. GCC Logistics overview :Logistics Performance Index Ability to track and LPI Rank trace consignments 5 4 Competence and UAE : 24 Overall quality of logistics 3 serrvices 2 Bahrain: 32 1 Kuwait : 36 0 Quality of trade and Ease of arranging transport-related competitively priced Saudi Arabia : 40 infrastructure shipments Qatar : 55 Frequency of ontime Efficiency of customs delivery clearance process Oman : 60 UAE Qatar Bahrain Saudi Arabia Kuwait OmanSource: www.tradingeconomics.com Scores: 1= Low... 5= High
  6. 6. GCC Logistics overview :UAE and LPI : Elements of the vision State‐owned enterprises to lead & insp ire by investing in mega projects High government spending on infrastr ucture Public sector excellence in service an d operations  World‐class govt. performance Government: A key driver High quality infrastructure Trade & transportation hub Pro‐business regulatory policies Tourism & MICE prime destination Highly skilled labor Knowledge economy, based on ed ucation, Higher Colleges, Media, Info. Free‐zones & economic clusters &Communication Tech, and financial sectorsAttractive invest- Focus on Corement environment economic factors
  7. 7. GCC Logistics overview :GDP growth Read GDP growth rate : GCC 20 Bahrain Kuwait Oman Qatar Saudi Arabia UAE 15 %age growth Strong growth 10 potential 5 0 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 Year -5Source: International Monetary Fund
  8. 8. GCC Logistics overview :Global Competitiveness 37 Bahrain Factors considered 35 • Institution • Labor market Kuwait • Infrastructure • Financial Market • Macro economic • Technology environment • Market Size 34 Oman • Health and education • Innovation 25 UAE 21 Saudi 17 QatarSource: Global Competitiveness Report, 2010, World Bank
  9. 9. The enabling trade Index : GCC 23 37 53 18 42 40 16 24 22 2008 2009 2010 2008 2009 2010 2008 2009 2010 UAE BAHRAIN SAUDI ARABIA GCC gearing up for trade in a big way! 50 65 58 59 41 34 35 34 29 2008 2009 2010 2008 2009 2010 2008 2009 2010 OMAN QATAR KUWAITSource: The Enabling Trade Index Report 2008-2010, World Economic Forum
  10. 10. Effect of Recession  Project Logistics hampered due to downfall in real estate  Fall in oil prices led to turmoil in shipping  Job insecurity  Demand plunge : facility reduction more than required  Bad to worst : Press effect  Thinking, Re-thinking  Focus on LEAN  Market Cleansing : Vanishing of sub-standard businesses  Market Development: Expanding the fish pond  Revenue to Relationship : Mergers and partnerships
  11. 11. Drivers of Change < 2009 Future DRIVERS Government support Integrated and level Individualistic approach & Oil Prices playing field suffering Human Resource Technology (esp. IT)
  12. 12. FUTURE TRENDS Modernizing Green GCC Logistics infrastructure Increasing role 3PL + of IT Consulting Increasing Talent Complexity Retention Shift from Culture Asset Heavy to adaptability Asset light
  13. 13. What’s on surfaceSource: Arabian Supply Chain, Khaleej Times
  14. 14. What’s in store Emirates Airlines on a buying spree • Addition of 2 aircrafts each month for the next 6 years • Dubai used as base to create a global network Dubai Strategic Plan 2015 • DWC becomes the worlds first logistics platform with all transport modes • RTA has developed a comprehensive roadmap to integrate roads, highways, rail and marine transport within the emirate Soccer World Cup - 2022 • Plans to spend $4 billion on a stadium construction and refurbishment • Annual growth forecast of 15 per cent in 2010 and 16 per cent in 2011 • Invaluable image campaign for the regionSource: Arabiansupplychain.com
  15. 15. Thank You!Please feel free to contact! Ankurkumar99@gmail.com Ankur has worked for 5 years in shipping industry as a merchant marine officer. During the job he reduced the Tanker turnaround time for the vessels by effective voyage and cargo planning. He has led multinational/multilingual teams while managing various operations and coordinated with various International Regulatory and Administrative authorities. Ism.anujesh@gmail.com Anujesh has worked as a Process Engineer for almost 3 years in Minerals and Metals Industry. Through all these years he has worked in diverse projects that involved providing end to end solutions to Clients. Anujesh has done his BTech in Mineral Engineering from Indian School of Mines, Dhanbad. Gaurav@gloconomics.com Gaurav is a mechanical engineer and has worked in automotive sector for around 3 years on Strategic Projects in Manufacturing. He is trained in Six Sigma green belt and has worked extensively on in-plant logistics, capacity planning, theory of constraints, global benchmarking and operations management. One of his projects on asset utilization has won a National Award at IMTMA Productivity Summit 2008, India.

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