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KPMG Transport Tracker – April / May 2017

KPMG Transport Tracker – April / May 2017

This seventh edition of the KPMG Transport Tracker has special focus on the current geopolitical landscape and its impact on globalization, how digitization is disrupting transportation companies’ business models and a potential recovery for the shipping sector.


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A few insights from the publication include:

  • New world order breeds uncertain future – how will fundamental political changes (Trump, Brexit) and an unsteady global economy affect the transport and logistics industry?
  • Shipping industry still sailing through troubled waters – recovery in sight? 
  • Open-skies closed for business – as recent geopolitical events suggest new protectionist approaches to aviation, are we moving away from a liberalized global market? 
  • Digitizing the supply chain – a wealth of new opportunities enabled by digitization is disrupting the business models of established industry leaders.

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