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Navigating the Logistics Landscape in Latin America in 2024

Unveiling opportunities and challenges in the electronics, pharmaceutical, fashion, automotive and retail sectors

Logistics players seeking to grow in Latin America are likely focusing their efforts on 5 key sectors that are projected to grow from 7-11% over the next few years:


  • Automotive
  • Electronics
  • Fashion
  • Pharmaceutical
  • Retail


But up until now, scarce public data on logistics in these sectors has made planning and opportunity benchmarking a real challenge.


That’s why we developed this report, available at no charge:

Navigating the Logistics Landscape in Latin America in 2024

Navigating the Logistics Landscape in Latin America in 2024 zeroes in on the key market intelligence that Latin American logistics leaders need to understand the size of these critical sectors, the growth potential, trends that offer you ways to expand your business and many more insights, such as:


  • 2018-2025 road transport spend by fashion companies in Latin America
  • Profiles of 15 key players in automotive logistics in Argentina, Brazil, Colombia and Mexico
  • Market demand for consumer electronics in Latin America, 2018-2024
  • 5 logistics strategies employed by top retail firms in Latin America to cope with the economic slowdown
  • 2018-2024 retail road transport spending in Latin America
  • 2018-2025 storage spending in Latin America’s automotive and parts industry
  • Why Colombia’s fashion market will favor domestically produced garments in the near term
  • 5 industry sectors driving the growth of the electronics industry in Latin America
  • The top automotive logistics players in Argentina, Brazil, Mexico and Colombia
  • How logistics companies should prepare for the “industry 4.0” model in the auto industry
  • Transportation and warehousing spend for electronics companies in Latin America, 2018-2024 
  • Why growth prospects are good for Colombia’s pharma industry despite recent shortages
  • 2018-2025 warehousing spending by fashion companies in Latin America
  • Projections for auto sector growth in Argentina, Brazil, Colombia and Mexico through 2025
  • How the CHIPS Act will benefit Costa Rica—and possibly Mexico
  • 2019-2027 transportation spending by pharma companies in Argentina, Brazil, Colombia and Mexico

But this is just a sample: the report is 50+ pages long yet well-organized to make it easy for you to find the data and insights you need. And it’s that powerful combination—hard data, industry insights, and trends analysis—that will power up your analysis of these sectors and strengthen your sales strategies.


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