What doshippers and carriers       think?            Results of the monthly global transport trend survey            (Marc...
Survey methodology and base data                                                                    Participants• anonymou...
Summary for Mar 2012 (vs Feb 2012)     Shippers                expect                Carriers38% expect up to 2%          ...
Summary for Mar 2012 (vs Feb 2012)Shippers• volume growth expectations slowing down significantly• more expect no change i...
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© Zsolt Kosinszky
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What do shippers and carriers think - Results of the monthly global transport trend survey - March 2012

  1. 1. What doshippers and carriers think? Results of the monthly global transport trend survey (March 2012) © Zsolt Kosinszky
  2. 2. Survey methodology and base data Participants• anonymous survey• between February 20-29, 2012 19%• 542 respondents with activities on all 44% shipper carriercontinents other• participants: buyers (shippers) and 37%sellers (carriers) of transport servicesand other supply chain players Location of participants(e.g. infrastructure providers, 2% 2%consultants, media, education) 15% Europe• about 78% of respondents are high The Americas Asia 54%level decision makers 30% Africa Australia and Oceania• base data: February 2012 © Zsolt Kosinszky
  3. 3. Summary for Mar 2012 (vs Feb 2012) Shippers expect Carriers38% expect up to 2% 43% expect up to 5% volumesincrease increase58% expect no change transport capacity 55% expect no change38% foresee no change transport rates 36% foresee 2-5% rise71% expect up to 5% 71% expect an increase diesel pricerise of 2-5+%42% foresee up to 2% 57% foresee up to 5% cost for carriersincrease increase © Zsolt Kosinszky
  4. 4. Summary for Mar 2012 (vs Feb 2012)Shippers• volume growth expectations slowing down significantly• more expect no change in capacity• less foresee no change in rates• more, almost ¾ expect a significant rise of the diesel price• same % foresee an increased cost for carriersCarriers• same expect an increase in volume, opinions on decrease went backsignificantly• more expect no change in capacity• same % foresee much less rise in rates• more expect a bigger increase of the diesel price• cost increase expectations somewhat on the rise © Zsolt Kosinszky
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  8. 8. Thank you, sharing, next survey, contactFirstly, if you are one of the 542 respondents who took this survey,thank you for your time!In case you found this survey useful and/or interesting, please feelfree to share it with anyone.The April 2012 survey questions will be accessible from March 20,2012.If you would like to get in touch with me, please write tokosinszky.zsolt@gmail.com or contact me via LinkedInhttp://be.linkedin.com/in/zsoltkosinszkyor feel free to join the Collective Transport Sourcing group onLinkedIn:http://www.linkedin.com/groups?about=&gid=4128642 © Zsolt Kosinszky

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