LONDON, June 21, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Scope of the report
The research report includes the following segments: Product scope: Cross-border transport services, freight, and cargo
Geographic scope: Southeast Asia, Malaysia, Thailand, Vietnam
End-user scope: Logistics service providers
Revenue analysis and forecasts, drivers and restraints, market trends, geographic analysis, and challenges in cross-border transport have also been provided for the cross-border transport services market.
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Key Questions Answered
How is the current logistics market and where is the industry heading towards in future?
What are competitors doing to serve the targeted industries and how do they excel in the services provided?
What are the ASEAN related initiatives that logistics service providers need to know before entering this market?
What are the Greater Mekong Sub-region countries' plans in developing the cross-border transport services, and how is the effectiveness?
What opportunities lie in cross-border transport services and how attractive is the sector?
Domestic demand and inter-ASEAN trade paved way for regional economic integration through development of cross-border transport infrastructure.
Logistics service providers for cross-border transport need to be well-versed in crossborder custom clearance procedures and matters related to permits or licenses.
Under the Masterplan of ASEAN Connectivity, an ASEAN Strategic Transport Plan was created with detail actions to develop an efficient and integrated transport system in the region.
The GMS Cross-border Transport Agreement (GMS CBTA/CBTA) is a key component to facilitate cross-border transport and trade to fully support the sub-region economic cooperation.
Southeast Asian trucking network from Malaysia to Southern China would support demand that rises from cross-border trade between mainland ASEAN and Southern China.
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