Middle East and North Africa Transport & Logistics 2014
The Middle East and North Africa region is one of huge contradictions. From significant opportunities for development and investment at one end- to substantial barriers the other.
Middle East & North Africa Transport and Logistics 2014 offers a detailed look at the region, it's markets and it's potential. It also takes a look at which countries within the region have been allowed to prosper as well as which countries have the potential to emerge at the next investment hot spot.
From Dubai to Beirut, Saudi Arabia to Tunisia, Syria to Oman- the Middle East and North Africa region is both dynamic and volatile. However, for those in a position to exploit them the advantages of the region could be significant.
Middle East & North Africa Transport and Logistics 2014 uses a unique framework of analysis which divides the region in to three diverse categories:
This allows the opportunities and risks for investors in transportation and logistics to be methodically reviewed and assessed.
With 39 detailed logistics provider profiles and 16 individual country profiles, the Middle East and North Africa Transport and Logistics 2014 report contains a wealth of information.
Each country profile takes a detailed look at the opportunities and pitfalls of the existing logistics market and a look at plans for development which are either in discussion, underway or close to completion.
The report provides logistics market sizing figures as well as five year forecasts, allowing you to identify the countries and markets with the most growth potential.
Middle East and North Africa Transport and Logistics 2014 includes profiles of some of the largest logistics providers in the region as well as their involvement in key vertical sectors such as oil & gas, FMCG, automotive and LNG among others.
Middle East and North Africa Transport and Logistics 2014 is specifically written to provide easily accessible and understandable strategic information to: