VIETNAM LOGISTICS

The global logistics market is forecast to grow at an average of 6.54% per year over the period of 2017-2020, and reach US $ 15.5 trillion by 2024, nearly double the figure of US $ 8.2 trillion in 2016. International trade is quite active, besides the increasing demand for transportation along with the change in shipping capacity has helped 3PL logistics service providers continuously increase revenue in the past 3 years. Particularly in Vietnam, Generally in 2019, freight transport reached 1,684.1 million tons, up 9.7% over the previous year and 322.2 billion tons.km, up 7.8%, of which domestic transport reached 1,650 million tons, up 9.8 % and 179.4 billion tons-kilometers, up 10.4%; foreign transport reached 34.1 million tons, up 4.3% and 142.8 billion tons-kilometers, up 4.7%. It is expected that Vietnam’s freight and logistics market will reach US $ 113.32 billion by 2022, with a CARG of 16.56%.

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Executive summary

  1. Business environment

1.1 Macroeconomic situation

1.2 Legal framework

1.3 Trade agreements

  1. Overview of world logistics industry

2.1 Overview of world logistics industry

2.2 Transportation

2.3 Warehousing

2.4 Port operation

  1. Vietnam logistics industry

3.1 General situation of Vietnam logistics industry

3.2 Transportation

3.3 Warehousing

3.4 Port operation

  1. Development issues of Vietnam logistics industry

4.1 Challenges

4.2 SWOT

4.3 Planning and forecasts

  1. Enterprise analysis

5.1 Some typical enterprises in the industry

5.2 Transport enterprises

5.3 Port enterprises

 

PETROVIETNAM TRANSPORTATION CORPORATION (PVT)

VINAFREIGHT JOINT STOCK COMPANY (VNF)

VIETNAM OCEAN SHIPPING JOINT STOCK COMPANY (VOS)

SOUTH LOGISTICS JOINT STOCK COMPANY (STG)

VIETNAM TANKER JOINT STOCK COMPANY (VTO)

VINAFCO SHIPPING JOINT STOCK COMPANY( VFC)

VIETNAM OCEAN SHIPPING AGENCY CORPORATION (VSA)

VIETNAM SEA TRANSPORTAND CHARTERING JOINT STOCK COMPANY (VST)

GEMADEPT JOINT STOCK COMPANY (GMD)

VIETNAM CONTAINER SHIPPING JOINT STOCK COMPANY (VSC)

TAN CANG LOGISTICS & STEVEDORING JOINT STOCK COMPANY (TCL)

DINHVU PORT INVESTMENT AND DEVELOPMENT JOINT STOCK COMPANY(DVP)

HAI AN TRANSPORT AND STEVEDORING JOINT STOCK COMPANY (HAH)

CDONG NAI PORT JOINT STOCK COMPANY(PDN)

CAT LAI PORT JOINT STOCK COMPANY (CLL)

DOAN XA PORT JOINT STOCK. COMPANY (DXP)

 

List of figures

Figure 1: GDP growth by quarter, 2016 – 2019

Figure 2: Foreign direct investment, 2013 – 2019

Figure 3: VND/USD exchange rate, 1/2013-12/2019

Figure 4: Goods import and export, 2013 – 2019

Figure 5: World crude oil price, 2013 – 2019

Figure 6: Global logistics market size, 2015 – 2020f

Figure 7: 3PL logistics revenue for a number of major industries, 2018

Figure 8: Logistics costs and revenues from global 3PL / Logistics services,2010 – 2022f

Figure 9: The proportion of logistics costs in GDP and the proportion of revenue coming from 3PL /logistics services in some countries, 2017

Figure 10: Number of mergers and acquisitions in the global transport and logistics

industry, Q1/2016 – Q2/2019

Figure 11: Demand for world shipping, 2013 – 2018e

Figure 12: Dry Baltic Ship Rental Index (BDI), 2011 – 2019

Figure 13: The growth rate of supply and demand for container shipping by sea,

2007 – 2018e

Figure 14: Top largest shipping company in the world, 2018

Figure 15: World cargo throughput, 2004-2020e

Figure 16: World air freight revenue, 2004 -2020f

Figure 17: Structure of world sea trade in goods by region, 2018

Figure 18: Top seaports with cargo throughput highest in the world 2018

Figure 19: Share of containerized cargo in ocean shipping, 1980 – 2020f

Figure 20: Production of container cargo through the world seaport, 2008 – 2018

Figure 21: Proportion of containerized cargo across regions, 2018

Figure 22: Top largest container ports in the world, 2017 – 2018

Figure 23: Cargo throughput at regional airports, 2019

Figure 24: Cargo throughput through the world’s largest airports, 2018

Figure 26: Vietnam logistics industry revenue, 2011 – 2018

Figure 27: Logistics revenue structure, 2018

Figure 28: Percentage of logistics costs in Vietnam’s GDP relative to these

region, 2017-2018

Figure 29: LPI rating of Vietnam, 2010 – 2018

Figure 30: Number of items subject to specialized inspection before customs clearance,

2017-2018

Figure 31: Transport density by cargo by transport area, năm 2019

Figure 32: Proportion of freight transport by type of transport, 2018 – 2019

Figure 33: Cargo volume transported by road, 2013 – 2019

Figure 34: Output of road freight in some provinces and cities , 2018-2019

Figure 35: Cargo volume transported via railways, 2019

Figure 36: Output of goods transported by sea,

2012 – 2019

Figure 37: Volume of freight transport by some provinces and cities, thành

phố, 2018-2019

 

Figure 38: Output of goods transported via inland waterways ,2010 – 2019

Figure 39: Output of goods transporting via waterway through some provinces and cities 2018 -2019

Figure 40: Output of goods transported by air, 2012 – 2019

Figure 41: Air transport market share, 2018

Figure 42: Warehouse scale of centralized businesses having major distributors in Vietnam, 2018

Figure 43: Cargo throughput through the port, 2013 – 2019

Figure 44: Container cargo throughput, 2013- 2019

Figure 45: Volume of containerized goods through each region, 2013 – 2019e

Figure 46: Vietnam seaport market share, 2018e

Figure 47: Output of goods through the port by region, 2000 – 2019e

Figure 48: Output of goods through the Northern port, 2013 – 2018e

Figure 49: Production of containers through the Northern port, 2011 – 2018e

Figure 50: Container throughput structure through the Northern port, 2018e

Figure 51: Output of goods through ports in Hai Phong area, 2010 – 2020f

Figure 52: Output of goods through the Central port, 2013-2018e

Figure 53: Container cargo throughput at Central port, 2013 –2018e

Figure 54: Container throughput structure in the central port area, 2018e

Figure 55: Cargo throughput through the southern region port, 2013 –

2018e

Figure 56: Production of containers through the southern port, 2013 – 2018e

Figure 57: Container throughput structure through the southern port, 2018e

Figure 58: Cargo volume through ports in the Southeast region,

2013 – 2018e

Figure 59: Cargo throughput in the Mekong Delta region,2011 – 2018e

Figure 60: Net revenue, 2017 – 2018

Figure 61: Profit index, 2017 – 2018

Figure 62: Capital structure, 2017 – 2018

Figure 63: Solvency, 2017 – 2018

Figure 64: Profit ratio, 2017 – 2018

Figure 65: Net revenue, 2017 – 2018

Figure 66: Gross profit margin, 2017 – 2018

Figure 67: Profit ratio, 2017 – 2018

Figure 68: Ability to repay port enterprises, 2017 – 2018

Figure 69: Solvency of transport enterprises, 2017 – 2018

Figure 70: Indicators of profitability of port enterprises and transport enterprises, 2017 – 2018

 

List of tables

Table 1: Relevant legal documents

Table 2: Top countries with the highest LPI rank in the world, 2018

Table 3: Revenues of the top 10 largest 3PL service providers in the world, 2017

Table 4: Trade routes which develop the most, 2016

Table 5: World’s top 10 companies with the largest cold storage system, 2019e

Table 6: Logistics markets having the largest increase in warehouse rental prices, 2017

Table 7: World’s markets that have the highest warehousing hiring cost , 2017

Table 8: Logistics markets having the largest decrease in warehouse rental prices, 2017

Table 9: Vietnam road traffic system, 2018e

Table 10: Average speed on railway lines, 2014 – 2017

Table 11: Permissible load on lines

Table 12: Data of main railway lines, railway lines, and feeder roads, 2015-2018

Table 13: Number of inland waterway transport vehicles, 2017

Table 14:Comparison between efficiency of river and road container transport modes over distances

Table 15: Comparison between barges and road transport costs by route

Table 16: Parameters of airports which include cargo terminals, 2018

Table 17: Comparison between storage and distribution center

Table 18: Capacity of receiving ships of Vietnam seaports

Table 19: Container yard at Hai Phong Port

Table 20: Hai Phong port CFS warehouse

Table 21: Projects which are being invested in Hai Phong port

Table 22: Projects which are being invested in Quang Ninh port

Table 23: Projects which are being invested in Central Vietnam

Table 24: Projects which are being invested

Table 25: CARGO THROUGHPUT DEMAND FOR SHALLOW WATER PORTS TO 2025, 2030 AND AFTER 2030

Table 26: DETAILED PLANNING ON DEVELOPMENT OF SHALLOW WATER PORTS IN THE CENTRAL AND CENTRAL HIGHLANDS

Table 27: DETAILED PLANNING FOR DEVELOPING THE PORTAL OF THE CENTRAL REGION – TAY NGUYEN

Table 28: DETAILED PLANNING FOR DEVELOPING THE PORTLAND OF THE SOUTHERN AREA

Table 29: PORTFOLIO OF PRIOR INVESTED LOGISTICS CENTERS TO 2020

Table 30: LOGISTICS CENTERS PLANNING IN THE WHOLE COUNTRY TO 2020 WITH ORIENTATION TO 2030

Table 31: LOGISTICS CENTERS PLANNING IN THE WHOLE COUNTRY TO 2020 WITH ORIENTATION TO 2030

Table 32: Some typical transportation enterprises

Table 33: Some typical port enterprises