Following the global financial crisis, transport industries faced difficult challenges and we conducted a survey in 2009 to ascertain the views of industry participants on the anticipated effects of the recession. In 2010 we revisited many of the main trends highlighted by our transport survey in 2009, to examine whether these trends continued and how businesses in the transport sector were preparing for the foreseeable future.
In 2012 we set out three themes: the last three years, finance and what the future holds. This allowed us to look back to 2008 when the recession started, reflecting on the changes that have taken place since then and looking to the future focusing on opportunities on the horizon.
The way ahead Transport survey - Where are you now?
Our survey received 1,006 responses from across the aviation, rail and shipping industries, providing an authoritative and wide-ranging examination of current views in the transport industry around the world.
This year, our survey focused on three themes: where are you now, building a future and trends. This allowed us to assess the structural changes in the aviation, rail and shipping sectors in recent years and look to the future with a particular focus on assets and infrastructure.
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Transport survey - Are you ready?
Responses were received from 1100 individuals in the aviation, rail and shipping sectors, providing an authoritative examination of views from around the world.
We undertook our latest survey at the end of 2011, and set out to test the sense of the experience of the previous three years, the current issue of raising finance and views as to future prospects.
The way ahead - Asia Pacific regional transport survey 2011
The way ahead: Asia Pacific regional transport survey forms part of a global study of the views of 679 individuals across the aviation, rail and shipping industries. Respondents included operators, financial institutions, regulators, representative bodies, governments, insurers, professional service businesses and maintenance providers. This report looks specifically at the opinion of 162 respondents throughout Asia Pacific on the key themes of finance, consolidation, government support, investment opportunities, regulation, and the green agenda.
Transport survey 2010
A substantial sample of 679 individuals across the aviation, rail and shipping industries responded to the survey, providing an authoritative and wide ranging examination of the current state of health of those transport sectors around the world.
Twelve months on from our previous survey we wanted to take the pulse of the industry once again to see if the intervening period had produced any improved business confidence and commercial recovery.
Transport survey 2009
A substantial 961 individuals across the aviation, rail and shipping industries responded to this survey providing an authoritative and wide ranging examination of those transport sectors’ state of health.
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