Recently published research from Business Monitor International, "United Arab Emirates Freight Transport Report Q3 2013", is now available at Fast Market Research
Boston, MA -- (SBWIRE) -- 06/24/2013 -- The UAE is expected to continue to see strong growth in 2013, across all of its freight modes. The country is rapidly developing one of the world's top logistics markets through investments in ports, airports, rail and free trade zones. These are utilised by the country's air freight and logistics companies, which are becoming a familiar presence throughout the world, serving the globe from their UAE hubs.
Headline Industry Data
- 2013 Jebel Ali and Port Rashid total tonnage throughput growth forecast at 5.7% and to average 4.8% per annum to 2017.
- 2013 air freight tonnes through Dubai airport forecast to grow by 8.8% and to average 6.5% to 2017.
- The UAE's total trade real growth in 2013 forecast to be 7.0% and to average 5.7% over the medium term to 2017.
View Full Report Details and Table of Contents
Key Industry Trends
Record Quarter For Etihad Cargo: Etihad Cargo, the freight-carrying wing of UAE-based airline Etihad Airways, has released another record quarterly performance report for Q113, following its strongest annual results yet in 2012. The company continues to outperform the global industry, in common with the other Gulf airlines, and BMI believes that this growth will continue over the course of the year, as the company continues to increase both its carrying capacity and the routes on which it operates.
GCC Rail Network Offers Opportunities For Aramex: BMI believes that the new rail network being developed in the UAE, and in the wider GCC, will offer considerable benefits to the emirates once it becomes operational in 2017, not only for the mining and petrochemicals industries, but also for freight and logistics companies working in the region. Major companies are already signing up to use the railway once it is completed, and we project that it will see rapid growth in logistics volumes when it begins operations.
ADPC, Agility Sign MoU To Reduce Freight Rates: Abu Dhabi Ports Company (ADPC) and Kuwait's logistics company Agility have signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) that will result in Agility's road freight tariffs falling for a period of one year. The agreement intends to combat the issues of costs in the supply chain, according to Mohamed al-Shamisi, executive vice president of ports at ADPC. Under the MoU, Agility will provide road freight for container and other cargo for pick-up to and from the port of Khalifa and from any other location in Abu Dhabi. The tariffs will be reduced by 33.3% to AED800 (US$217.72) per truck owing to the MoU.
About Fast Market Research
Fast Market Research is an online aggregator and distributor of market research and business information. Representing the world's top research publishers and analysts, we provide quick and easy access to the best competitive intelligence available. Our unbiased, expert staff will help you find the right research to fit your requirements and your budget. For more information about these or related research reports, please visit our website at http://www.fastmr.com or call us at 1.800.844.8156.
Browse all Transportation research reports at Fast Market Research
You may also be interested in these related reports:
- United Arab Emirates Autos Report Q2 2013
- United Arab Emirates Shipping Report Q3 2013
- United Kingdom Freight Transport Report 2013
- United States Freight Transport Report Q2 2013
- Argentina Freight Transport Report Q3 2013
- Qatar Freight Transport Report 2013
- Egypt Freight Transport Report Q3 2013
- Australia Freight Transport Report Q3 2013
- United Arab Emirates Business Forecast Report Q3 2013
- United Arab Emirates Food & Drink Report Q3 2013