UPS, FedEx, DHL and TNT have been vying for global domination of the Logistics Market, and over the last 10 years this struggle has intensified with a systematic stream of acquisitions. Deutsche Post World Net (DPWN), DHL's parent company, has bought more than 50 companies, mostly in Europe. UPS ever since it went Public has gone on a shopping spree to fill out its Air Express capabilities, FedEx mirrored this move by acquiring ground transportation brands.
This break neck speed of expansion and determination to service the entire supply chain along the most important trade lanes shows no sign of abatement.
The 4 big integrators have a long history, with UPS just recently celebrating its first century. They are also distinguished by their differing approached to the market. UPS and FedEx are US based companies. DHL and TNT, although staring in the US and Australia, respectively, are now both owned by European Postal Authorities.
All four have battled across the globe for dominance in the lucrative international and domestic parcel markets. Their competition has broadened to include every link in the supply chain, with multiple acquisitions from all the big four companies.
This report looks at how these 4 companies have squared off in Latin America.
The Latin American Express Services Report, contains in depth sections on the following topics:
• Market size by US$
• Market size by volume
• Market size by country
• Market Share by Logistics Provider
• Customer evaluation of Logistics Provider by country
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