▶ 調査レポート

通関の中南米市場2021-2026:成長・動向・新型コロナの影響・市場予測

• 英文タイトル:Latin America Customs Brokerage Market - Growth, Trends, COVID-19 Impact, and Forecasts (2021 - 2026)

Mordor Intelligenceが調査・発行した産業分析レポートです。通関の中南米市場2021-2026:成長・動向・新型コロナの影響・市場予測 / Latin America Customs Brokerage Market - Growth, Trends, COVID-19 Impact, and Forecasts (2021 - 2026) / MRC2106A287資料のイメージです。• レポートコード:MRC2106A287
• 出版社/出版日:Mordor Intelligence / 2021年5月25日
• レポート形態:英文、PDF、441ページ
• 納品方法:Eメール(受注後2-3営業日)
• 産業分類:輸送
• 販売価格(消費税別)
  Single User¥495,000 (USD3,750)▷ お問い合わせ
  Team User¥561,000 (USD4,250)▷ お問い合わせ
  Corporate License¥924,000 (USD7,000)▷ お問い合わせ
• ご注文方法:お問い合わせフォーム記入又はEメールでご連絡ください。
• お支払方法:銀行振込(納品後、ご請求書送付)
レポート概要
本調査資料は、中南米の通関市場について調査し、イントロダクション、調査手法、エグゼクティブサマリー、市場洞察&動向、輸送法別分析、エンドユーザー別分析、国別分析、競争状況、市場の将来などを徹底分析したものです。

The impact of COVID-19 has cut across many international trade aspects, including supply chain management, manufacturing, importing, exporting, customs, and logistics. Complex regulations and bureaucracy commonly confronting logistics players in Latin America are being streamlined due to COVID-induced digitization. Before the pandemic, the electronic transmission of data prior to the arrival of goods to customs was rare in the region outside of express mail. Combating the pandemic obliged countries to expedite the clearance and release of medicines, diagnostics, kits, and equipment. Customs organizations in countries across the region, including those in Peru, Panama, Colombia, and Chile, quickly suspended deadlines and procedures to prevent goods from falling into legal abandonment.
For shippers entering the LATAM market, friction at the border can be incongruous in a striking way. Bureaucracy, outdated clearance practices often result in lengthy customs delays and this has led to rampant corruption, with many customs officials known to request bribes in order to expedite the clearance of goods.

Companies operating in the logistics sector across varied end users are proactively adopting latest technologies and software platforms to efficiently carry out the customs process like documentation, customs clearance etc.

The rapid growth in the last mile deliveries and end to end seamless and fast deliveries in the logistics market is one of the main drivers as to why there is a sudden growth in the number of companies offering specialized customs brokerage services as a part of their portfolio.

Factors such as growing adoption of IoT enabled connected devices and increasing adoption of tech-driven logistics services fuel the growth of the Latin America customs brokerage market.

In addition, the development of the e-commerce industry and the increase in reverse logistics operations boost market growth. However, the lack of control of manufacturers on logistics services hinders the growth of the market.

Key Market Trends

Growing Ocean frieght

Maritime logistics can be considered the backbone of the trade, as it transports around 84% of volumes traded, worldwide, and almost 70% of global trade value. As reported in August 2020, similar ratios can be found in Latin America and the Caribbean, particularly in the South American and Caribbean sub-regions.

In this context, ports play a significant role in ensuring wide distribution of goods through supply chains, including those considered essential, such as food and medical supplies.

A significant amount of time is taken by in-country customs and customs brokers to sort goods. As a result, inventory builds up and customs costs can be excessively high, leaving customers frustrated as materials often take too long to arrive.

Growing retail sector in the region

International e-commerce is helping lead the growth in the retail sector. Global cross-border e-commerce is projected to account for one-fifth of online retail sales by 2022. With this increase already underway, retailers are able to expand to new markets and reach new customers in developing regions, like Latin America and Africa.

In Latin America, an increasing number of people have access to the internet due to mobile phones. This is driving the expansion of e-commerce in the region. Though Latin America is still a smaller market than North America or Europe, online sales are expected to grow over 19% in the region in the next five years.

Latin Americans are showing a willingness to shop internationally online. In 2019, nearly 55% of Latin American consumers made a purchase from an overseas retailer.

As reported in January 2020, the e-commerce segment is expected to see a double-digit boost in Latin America within the next couple of years, with Mexico and Brazil being the top performers in the region.

Competitive Landscape

The market is fragmented, with the presence of many domestic companies. Some countries are open to trade with simple customs laws that are easy to understand and execute. Others use customs as a barrier to controlling trade and source of revenue. They continually apply new fees or penalties. Suppliers in the customs brokerage industry are observing a high demand across the region due to the exponential growth of industries, such as chemicals, pharmaceutical, FMCG, and packaging.

Reasons to Purchase this report:

– The market estimate (ME) sheet in Excel format
– 3 months of analyst support

レポート目次

1 INTRODUCTION
1.1 Study Assumptions and Market Definition
1.2 Scope of the Study

2 RESEARCH METHODOLOGY

3 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

4 MARKET INSIGHTS AND DYNAMICS
4.1 Market Overview (Current Scenario of Customs Brokerage Market in Latin America)
4.2 Government Regulations and Initiatives (Related to Logistics and Logistics Infrastructure Development and Its Impact)
4.3 Impact of COVID-19 on the Market (Short-term and Long-term Effect on Customs Brokerage Market)
4.4 Technological Trends (Technological trends in the Customs Brokerage Market – Global and Regional Level Insights will be provided)
4.5 Review of Customs Brokerage Costs as Percentage of Total Logistics Spend
4.6 Overview of Customs Pricing
4.7 Brief on Customs Brokerage Related Software (Key Software Providers and Trends in the Global and Regional Market)
4.8 Industry Attractiveness – Porter’s Five Forces Analysis
4.8.1 Bargaining Power of Suppliers
4.8.2 Bargaining Power of Consumers
4.8.3 Threat of New Entrants
4.8.4 Threat of Substitutes
4.8.5 Intensity of Competitive Rivalry

5 MARKET SEGMENTATION (Market Size by Value)
5.1 Mode of Transport
5.1.1 Ocean
5.1.2 Air
5.1.3 Cross-Border Land Transport
5.2 End-User
5.2.1 Automotive
5.2.2 Chemicals
5.2.3 FMCG (Fast-moving Consumer Goods) – (includes Beauty and Personal Care, Soft Drinks, Home Care, etc.)
5.2.4 Retail (Hypermarket, Supermarket, Convenience stores and e-commerce)
5.2.5 Fashion and Lifestyle (Apparel and Footwear)
5.2.6 Reefer (Fruits, Vegetables, Pharma, Meat, Fish, and Seafood)
5.2.7 Technology (Consumer Electronics, Home Appliances)
5.2.8 Other End Users
5.3 Country
5.3.1 Mexico
5.3.2 Brazil
5.3.3 Chile
5.3.4 Colombia
5.3.5 Panama
5.3.6 Rest of Latin America

6 COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE
6.1 Overview (Market Concentration Overview, Major Players)
6.2 Company Profiles
6.2.1 Grupo Ei
6.2.2 Livingston International
6.2.3 Farrow
6.2.4 Onyx
6.2.5 Rota Brasil
6.2.6 Ibercondor Forwarding SA de CV
6.2.7 Masilog Customs and Foreign Trade Solutions
6.2.8 Elemar
6.2.9 Grupo Coex
6.2.10 Servicios de Aduanas Jiménez
6.2.11 Aduana Cordero
6.2.12 Sucomex SA
6.2.13 Deutsche Post DHL Group
6.2.14 DSV Panalpina A/S
6.2.15 Expeditors International
6.3 Other Companies (Key Information/Overview – List of Key Small to Medium Players in Each Country will be Provided)

7 FUTURE OF THE MARKET

8 APPENDIX
8.1 Key Border Ports in each Country