Indian e-Commerce market has seen a rapid growth in past few years. More than 70% of the e-Commerce market is travel related. The e-Tailing market has grown from $0.64 Billion in 2013 to $4.6 Billion in 2015 growing at a CAGR of 63%.
The remaining comprises e-Tailing (online retailing), online financing and classifieds. Increasing internet and mobile penetration, growing acceptability of online payments and favourable demographics has provided the e-commerce sector in India the unique opportunity to companies connect with their customers. There would be over a five to seven fold increase in revenue generated through e-commerce as compared to last year with all branded apparel, accessories, jewellery, gifts, footwear are available at a cheaper rates and delivered at the doorstep. Out of 8 e-Commerce unicorns from India, 3 are e-Tailers (Flipkart, Snapdeal, Shopclues).
The unprecedented rise in the e-Tailing market led to rise in demand of e-Commerce Logistics. According to Indian e-Commerce Logistics Market Overview', the customer base for e-Tailers wasn't just restricted to the Metros. Almost half of the orders were from Tier 2 and Tier 3 cities. Generally all the Logistics Service Providers have a great reach and give timely deliveries in metros but, with this expanding customer base, timely delivery to such regions became a necessity. Logistics isn't just an issue for bigger players but it is a bigger issue for smaller and up-coming start-ups. Finding a perfect logistics partner with a great reach across the country, COD facility and timely remittance and all this at a lesser price became one of the primary objectives for all the e-Tailers. A delay in delivery just adds to the dismay of the customer.
The big e-Tailers like Flipkart, Amazon, Jabong, and FirstCry went for developing in-house Captive Logistics arm eg. Ekart of Flipkart, Amazon's Amazon Transportation Services Pvt. Ltd., GoJavas of Jabong, XpressBees of FirstCry etc. Many start-ups have entered into the logistics market in past few years offering e-Commerce focused logistics solution, Delhivery, Ecom Express and GoJavas, to name a few. The traditional LSPs like Blue Dart, FedEx, Gati, India Post, Safexpress etc. have also come up with their e-Commerce focused logistics solutions. In coming years this market is going to rise as with the increase in the e-Tailing market aided by internet and Smartphone penetration in India, and to cease the opportunity many new players will enter the market with their offerings for e-Tailers.
Key Topics Covered:
1. Executive Summary
2. Indian E-Commerce Retail Industry Outlook 2.1. Market Size By GMV (2013-2021) 2.2. Market Share With Forecast 2.2.1. By Category 2.2.2. By Channel (PC v/s Mobile) 2.2.3. By Payment Mode 2.2.4. By Region 2.2.5. By Tier and By City 2.2.6. By Gender and By Age Group
3. Indian Logistics Market Outlook 3.1. India Surface Express Market Outlook 3.2. India Air Cargo Market Outlook 3.3. India Railway Parcel Market Outlook
4. Indian E-Commerce Logistics Market Outlook 4.1. Market Size By Value And Forecast 4.2. Market Share With Forecast 4.2.1. By Company 4.2.2. By Category 4.2.3. By Type of Logistics Service Provider 4.2.4. By Region 4.3. Pin Code Coverage (Prepaid and COD) of Top 10 Players 4.4. Pricing Analysis (With All Components) 4.4.1. FedEx 4.4.2. India Post 4.4.3. Ecom Express 4.4.4. Pricing of Other Prominent Logistics Service Providers (4 Companies) 4.5. Cash on Delivery Scenario 4.6. Returns: Cause & Effect 4.7. Reverse Logistics Scenario 4.8. Logistics Aggregator Overview (Shiprocket, Zepo, Shipyaari, etc.) 4.9. Online Truck/ Tempo Booking (Vehicle Based) 4.10. Truck and Transporter Aggregator (Load Based)
5. Company Profiles 5.1. Blue Dart Express Ltd. 5.2. Ekart 5.3. GoJavas 5.4. Delhivery 5.5. E-Com Express