Pakistan Logistics Industry—Outlook and Growth Opportunities

Pakistan Logistics Industry—Outlook and Growth Opportunities

Transportation and Warehousing Segments Will Benefit from Development of Economic and Trade Corridors

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27-Jun-2016
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South Asia, Middle East & North Africa
Research Code: 9AB2-00-57-00-00
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Pakistan Vision 2025 seeks to enhance the national transportation infrastructure by establishing an efficient and integrated transportation and logistics system. Establishing industrial parks and developing SEZs along the China–Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) will strengthen the transportation network and logistics infrastructure. Road freight transportation contributed over 90% of the goods transported by land. Rail freight is likely to gain share due to modernization and expansion. High priority is given to road network development. Private sector participation in logistics infrastructure development is likely to gain momentum, and transportation and warehousing are likely to lead logistics industry growth during 2016–2020.

Table of Contents

Key Findings

Key Findings (continued)

Key Findings (continued)

Global Trends

Global Oil Supply and Demand Imbalance

Crude Oil Production Outages

Global GDP Growth

Overview of Pakistan Economy

Pakistan Economic Timeline

Key Policy Developments

Major Industrial Clusters in Pakistan

Exports Growth is Led by Manufacturing Products

Pakistan’s Trade with South Asian Countries

Foreign Trade by Region

Major Trading Partners

Assessment of Logistics Performance

Overview of Macro Drivers

Economic and Sectoral Growth Trends

Composition of GDP

Logistics Market Potential in Key Industries

Transportation and Logistics Industry Size

Sea Freight Development—Total Port Traffic

Sea Freight Development—Container Traffic Trends

Contribution of Major Ports

Sea Port and Airport Development Plans

Air Freight Development in Pakistan

Air Freight Trends

Overview of Road Network

China–Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC)

Road Freight Development in Pakistan

Transportation and Logistics Industry Size Projection

Economic Trend

eCommerce Sales Trends

Overview of Trade Policy Reforms

Logistic Service Provider Preferences and Demands

Impact of Key Trends on Pakistan’s Logistics Industry

Key Development Projects

Focus Industries and Prioritized Sectors

Logistics Sector Developments

Emerging Growth Opportunities

Legal Disclaimer

Logistics Services Segmentation

Logistics Industry Titles

Logistics Industry Titles (continued)

The Frost & Sullivan Story

Value Proposition—Future of Your Company & Career

Global Perspective

Industry Convergence

360º Research Perspective

Implementation Excellence

Our Blue Ocean Strategy

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Pakistan Vision 2025 seeks to enhance the national transportation infrastructure by establishing an efficient and integrated transportation and logistics system. Establishing industrial parks and developing SEZs along the China–Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) will strengthen the transportation network and logistics infrastructure. Road freight transportation contributed over 90% of the goods transported by land. Rail freight is likely to gain share due to modernization and expansion. High priority is given to road network development. Private sector participation in logistics infrastructure development is likely to gain momentum, and transportation and warehousing are likely to lead logistics industry growth during 2016–2020.--BEGIN PROMO--

The potential opportunities in the logistics industry in Pakistan, is estimated at approximately US $ 30.77 billion in 2015. Key targets set in the national development initiatives for the transportation sector include reduction in transportation costs, effective connectivity between rural areas and urban centres, inter-provincial high-speed connectivity. Also high priority is given for the development of integrated road/rail networks between economic hubs (including air, sea and dry ports) and high capacity transportation corridors connecting with major regional trading partners

Up-gradation of all major airports to trans-shipment hubs, development of cargo villages, modernization of rail transport, E-commerce, CPEC related investments in industrial centres and Special Economic Zones (SEZs) will serve as primary macro drivers for logistics sector growth. CPEC related projects intend to upgrade and modernize road transport and related logistics infrastructure such as logistics park and establishment of cargo villages at major airports. Hence, high priority is given for road network development; private sector participation in logistics infrastructure development is likely to gain momentum.

Storage and Warehousing demand from CPEC related industrial corridors are likely to derive increased storage and warehousing requirements including cold chain logistics, establishment of Cargo Villages Ports will facilitate goods traffic to central Asian countries and evolve as a major transhipment hub in the region.

Freight forwarding opportunities expected to increase due to increasing trade activities through Karachi and Port Qasim. Trade reforms expected to increase volume of trade with increase in inter and intra-regional trade. Development of new port at Gwadar generates demand for warehousing, special economic zone, road and railway infrastructure network. As the connectivity and linkage improves, this port will emerge as one of the major transhipment hub in the region - transhipment goods to China, Central Asian countries

Energy and Transportation sectors are expected to see high growth due to increased investment relating to CPEC and National Transportation Plans between 2016 and 2020. This is expected to growth of transportation and warehousing segments between 2016 and 2020.

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