The TimoCom transport barometer 2013 shows positive progress across Europe when compared to to the previous year.
The freight share in the European transport market descended slightly at the beginning of the final quarter but remained above the average with 53%.
In November the TimoCom transport barometer showed a freight – vehicle ratio of 48:52. Marcel Frings, TimoCom’s Chief Representative, sees the evolution as positive: “When analysing the figures, we must bear in mind the times behind us. In the past year, the transport barometer value in November was 38:62 causing a lousy Christmas spirit in the transport service providers industry across Europe. If we are now 10 percentage points above, this is an impressive step towards a positive future.”
“Altogether, we can speak about a sound autumn-business – the shops were replenished for Christmas and still plenty of vehicles full of presents where on European roads in mid-December. That brought this Christmas season month to a good freight – vehicle ratio of 47:53.”
2013 will go down as another year of consolidation towards economic recovery. The overall result for the year amounted to a freight – vehicle ratio of 47:53 and was better than in 2012 (45:55).
Frings continues to see the future with optimism: “At the moment we expect further improvement in the European transport market. It is of course still too early for reliable predictions, but in general the situation will continue upward. Whether this positive tendency begins in the first quarter of 2014 depends on how the weather conditions affect the business.”
“That is, if this winter shows its bitter side, certain difficulties cannot be discarded. Afterwards, no obstacles will be in the way for an increase in freight and transport jobs.”
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