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Trendeo logistics april 2019

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The Industries & Strategies database tracks, since 2016, every industrial investment over USD 30M or 50 jobs (manufacturing, energy, logistics, R&D) announced worldwide. Each project is classified by sector, company, country, even an Industry 4.0 score. Since January 2016, more than 12,000 investments have been tracked, of which 909 are in logistics.

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Trendeo logistics april 2019

  1. 1. 1 Industries & Strategies database, by Trendeo Logistics Capital investments worldwide January 2016 - March 2019
  2. 2. 2 Industries & Strategies database, by Trendeo Logistics January 2016 - March 2019 909 projects announced $ 157,937 millions 205,832 jobs Capital investments in logistics, by final market, 2016-2019. Data by Trendeo, Industries & Strategies database. Map by DVIZ (www.dviz.fr) The Industries & Strategies database tracks, since 2016, every industrial investment over USD 30M or 50 jobs (manufacturing, energy, logistics, R&D) announced worldwide. Each project is classified by sector, company, country, even an Industry 4.0 score. Since January 2016, more than 12,000 investments have been tracked, of which 909 are in logistics. Methodology: We collect data throughout 200 000 web sources. Since we are mainly using English, French and Spanish sources, we are possibly underestimating investment in countries such as China, Japan, Korea, Germany, Russia… In those countries we probably detect the biggest projects through international English sources, but middle-sized projects are probably absent from those sources. We are working on improving this process. Also, information about jobs creation is scarcer than information about amounts invested. In small samples of data, the ratio of jobs created per million invested may not be reliable for this reason.
  3. 3. 3 Industries & Strategies database, by Trendeo Some metrics Investments in logistics represent 7,4% of the overall number of investments tracked worldwide by Trendeo, for the 2016- 2019 time period, and 3,3% of amounts invested. The median investment in our database creates 180 jobs, for an amount invested of $ 75 millions and a building surface of 15,794 sqm. In the logistics sector, the median number of jobs is nearly two times higher (300 jobs) and the median amount invested is equal ($ 75 millions). The median building surface in logistics is almost three times higher (43,100 sqm).1 Median number of jobs created Median amount invested Median building surface Average numbers tell a different story: The average number of jobs is 18% lower in logistics, the amount invested by project is 46% lower and the surface in square meters is only 41% higher. This is due to the fact that logistics projects are more homogeneous in size than other investments. Standard deviation between logistics projects is between 2 and 3 times lower than overall standard deviation, be it for jobs, amounts invested and surfaces. Some more details are included in this note, but our subscribers and customers will find complete information on those operations in the Industries & Strategies database.
  4. 4. 4 Industries & Strategies database, by Trendeo Where and by whom? India is first in terms of amounts invested, with 20% of the total sum. United States are the first country by number of projects (33%). In each of those two countries, the top regions by number of projects are Texas, California, Georgia, Florida and Ohio for the United States, and Maharashtra, Gujarat, Andra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu and Odisha for India. Number of logistics investments by country, 2016-2019 Data by Trendeo, Industries & Strategies database. M$ invested in logistics, by country, 2016-2019 Data by Trendeo, Industries & Strategies database. Almost 315 industrial groups have been identified as investors in logistics, among them 17% are companies owned by national governments or regional authorities, which represent nearly 30% of the amount invested. Public investors (Governments, regional authorities, state companies, sovereign funds) are found mainly in the biggest infrastructure projects (ports, container terminals). Top investors by number of projects Top investors by total amount invested Rank Country Projects % 1 United States 301 33.1% 2 India 249 27.4% 3 United Kingdom 42 4.6% 4 France 29 3.2% 5 China 18 2.0% 6 Canada 15 1.7% 7 Mexico 14 1.5% 8 Germany 13 1.4% 9 Indonesia 12 1.3% 10 Spain 11 1.2% 704 77.4% 205 22.6% 909 100% Top 10 71 other countries Total Rank Country M$ % 1 India 31,399 19.9% 2 United States 27,441 17.4% 3 Bangladesh 21,679 13.7% 4 Malaysia 11,351 7.2% 5 China 6,593 4.2% 6 Morocco 4,612 2.9% 7 Algeria 3,300 2.1% 8 Taiwan 3,245 2.1% 9 Angola 3,000 1.9% 10 Canada 2,968 1.9% 115,588 73.2% 42,349 26.8% 157,937 100% Top 10 71 other countries Total Rank Logistics type Projects % 1 Amazon 126 13.9% 2 Schwarz Gruppe 19 2.1% 3 India (national government) 16 1.8% 4 Indian Oil (IOCL) 14 1.5% 5 Adani Group 13 1.4% 6 Fairfax Financial Holdings 13 1.4% 7 United Parcel Service (UPS) 11 1.2% 8 Coca-Cola 11 1.2% 9 Government of India 11 1.2% 10 Dubai World 10 1.1% 11 Stichting INGKA Foundation 10 1.1% 12 Deutsche Post DHL Group 9 1.0% 13 OP Jindal Group 8 0.9% 14 FedEx 8 0.9% 15 Alibaba Group 7 0.8% 16 Maersk 7 0.8% 17 Walton Enterprises 7 0.8% 18 Crystal Logistic Cool Chain 7 0.8% 19 Essar Group 6 0.7% 20 FM logistic 6 0.7% 319 35.1% 590 64.9% 909 100% Total top 20 431 other groups Total Rank Logistics type M$ % 1 India (national government) 6,769 4.3% 2 Amazon 5,647 3.6% 3 Government of China 4,853 3.1% 4 Adani Group 4,632 2.9% 5 Government of Bangladesh 4,429 2.8% 6 Government of India 3,982 2.5% 7 Government of Morocco 2,885 1.8% 8 FedEx 2,638 1.7% 9 Essar Group 2,382 1.5% 10 Coca-Cola 2,371 1.5% 11 Maersk 2,341 1.5% 12 Dubai World 2,254 1.4% 13 Petronet LNG 2,064 1.3% 14 Alibaba Group 1,867 1.2% 15 Indian Oil (IOCL) 1,690 1.1% 16 United Parcel Service (UPS) 1,603 1.0% 17 A.P. Møller-Mærsk 1,508 1.0% 18 CMA CGM 1,502 1.0% 19 Shapoorji Pallonji 1,246 0.8% 20 PTT Public Company 1,197 0.8% 57,860 36.6% 100,077 63.4% 157,937 100% Total top 20 431 other groups Total Capital Investments in logistics, by amount invested, 2016-2019. Industries & strategies database, Trendeo
  5. 5. 5 Industries & Strategies database, by Trendeo Sectors Sorted by sectors, the results show the difference between logistics and transportation companies (“warehousing and support activities”, with companies such as Adani, AP Moeller Maersk, FM Logistics…) and retailers or producers (food, beverage, with companies such as Amazon, Nestlé…) that deploy their own logistics capacities. Other types of investments There are 12 396 capital investments in the Industries & Strategies database (as of April 2019). Logistics is the third type of investments, after manufacturing and power generation, and before R&D. Users of our database can sort through all these data freely, export information, obtain charts and maps... Logistics among other types of production Rank Logistics type Projects % 1 Warehousing and support activities 287 31.6% 2 Retail trade 246 27.1% 3 Wholesale trade 42 4.6% 4 Postal and courier activities 34 3.7% 5 Food 28 3.1% 6 Beverage 27 3.0% 7 Non-metallic minerals 25 2.8% 8 Oil/gas refining and coke 24 2.6% 9 Pharmaceutical 19 2.1% 10 Chemicals 17 1.9% 11 Automotive 14 1.5% 12 Furniture 14 1.5% 13 Electricity, gas and steam 13 1.4% 14 Water transport 12 1.3% 15 Machinery 12 1.3% 16 Electrical equipment 11 1.2% 17 Electronics 8 0.9% 18 Oil/gas mining 8 0.9% 19 Business support 7 0.8% 20 Motor vehicles and motorcycles 6 0.7% 854 93.9% 55 6.1% 909 100% Total top 20 25 other sectors Total Rank Logistics type M$ % 1 Warehousing and support activities 99,937 63.3% 2 Water transport 11,139 7.1% 3 Retail trade 10,679 6.8% 4 Postal and courier activities 6,232 3.9% 5 Forestry 4,413 2.8% 6 Electronics 3,449 2.2% 7 Beverage 3,055 1.9% 8 Electricity, gas and steam 2,882 1.8% 9 Basic metals 2,739 1.7% 10 Oil/gas refining and coke 2,232 1.4% 11 Oil/gas mining 2,075 1.3% 12 Wholesale trade 1,410 0.9% 13 Non-metallic minerals 1,267 0.8% 14 Food 966 0.6% 15 Chemicals 958 0.6% 16 Automotive 890 0.6% 17 Support mining 675 0.4% 18 Pharmaceutical 647 0.4% 19 Furniture 551 0.3% 20 Coal mining 550 0.3% 156,746 99.2% 1,191 0.8% 157,937 100% Total top 20 25 other sectors Total
  6. 6. 6 Industries & Strategies database, by Trendeo Products The database is divided in 9 “types of production”, 71 “industrial sectors”, 233 “sub-sectors”, 450 “products” and 1,689 “product types”. The chart below shows logistics projects sorted by “product”. Logistics projects, sorted by “products”
  7. 7. 7 Industries & Strategies database, by Trendeo The industries & strategies database Each project is described on a dedicated page in our database.
  8. 8. 8 Industries & Strategies database, by Trendeo The latest investments in logistics entered in the database. We score each project, from 1 to 12, on six criteria reflecting Industry 4.0 trends. Those criteria are: production flexibility (ability to switch from one product to another), energy efficiency, digitalisation level, environmental measures (concerning natural environment), territorial measures (applying to local communities) and social efforts (concerning workers). Each criterion is rated 0 (absent), 1 (mentioned) or 2 (detailed measures). A specific text field sums up the reasons for our score. Rationale for the Industry of the future score
  9. 9. 9 Industries & Strategies database, by Trendeo Contact This document is a short synthesis of the data available in the Industries & Strategies database about the energy sector. You can learn much more about this database by contacting us: David Cousquer contact@trendeo.net +33(0)1 42 79 51 26 Sponsors The Industries & Strategies database has been made possible by our sponsors: Fives, the Institut de la Réindustrialisation, EDF and Defi&Co (Programme d’investissement d’avenir (PIA), managed by Caisse des Dépôts et Consignations). PIA DEFI&Co: Fives, an industrial engineering Group, designs and supplies machines, process equipment and production lines for the world’s largest industrial groups including the aluminium, steel, glass, automotive, aerospace, logistics, cement and energy sectors. The Institut de la réindustrialisation is a French think tank aiming at promoting the role and importance of industry in the French economy. Two engineering schools are its main members. A global leader in low-carbon energy, the EDF Group covers every sector of expertise, from generation to trading and transmission grids.

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