1. Ecommerce Logistics Market in Australia generated a revenue of USD 5,970 Million in 2021 growing at a CAGR of ~19% during 2016-21
Surging internet penetration rate, booming online retailing, technological advancements have driven ecommerce logistics market in Australia. With the advent of COVID-19 led to a sudden jump in the demand for online shopping during 2020 & 2021. Moreover, it has been observed that the Australians tend to spend about twice as much when they shop online versus in a physical store.
Changes in the consumer behavioral pattern and existing inconveniences in the offline retail market has led to the evolution of the industry. However currently, the e-commerce market in Australia is highly competitive with the presence of various alternatives but low cost and free shipping plays an important role in retaining the customer’s.
2. 2-4 days shipments accumulated more than half of the logistics demand in Australia, while Same Day deliveries to witness highest growth rate in the coming years
Increasing demand for same day deliveries in tier 1 and tier 2 cities, including Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane. With the advent of new players in the Australian market with technology-oriented solutions for covering last-mile deliveries, there will be high investments & strategic tie-ups between different players. Players, such as Amazon, etc., have been investing in decentralizing their fulfilment centres to cover a large region across the country, promulgating delivery turnaround time.
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Australian logistics players are shifting their focus from China to India for International shipments & establishing partnerships with numerous Indian manufacturers looking to trade in Australia & New Zealand.
3. Interstate & Intercity segments to witness double digit growth rate by 2026 in terms of number of orders
Interstate & Intercity would witness highest growth rate due to strengthening transport infrastructure, including rail & road network. Growing urbanization in rural & remote areas have solidified the role of ecommerce logistics in completing intercity & interstate deliveries. A huge percentage of the shipments are delivered intrastate, but the gap with interstate shipments is expected to narrow down in the forecast period with more operators coming in, and therefore cheaper prices for interstate transport. Intercity shipping accounted for a fairly large share which would expand considerably in the coming years. Increasing Ecommerce demand in major regional centers, such as Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane, etc., have proliferated logistics demand.
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