トレーラと貨物コンテナの追跡 第10版

出版:Berg Insight(ベルグインサイト社) 出版年月:2022年10月

Trailer and Cargo Container Tracking – 10th Edition
トレーラと貨物コンテナの追跡 第10版

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ベルグインサイト社「トレーラと貨物コンテナの追跡 第10版 – Trailer and Cargo Container Tracking – 10th Edition」は一貫輸送コンテナ、トレーラ、スワップボディ、鉄道貨物ワゴン、貨物空輸ULD、荷台、パレットの追跡とセキュリティ市場を調査しています。

主な掲載内容

  1. 世界の貨物輸送概観
  2. トレーラと貨物コンテナの追跡ソリューション
    1. トレーラと貨物コンテナの追跡インフラ
    2. サプライチェーン管理
    3. 法規制遵守と報告
    4. 国際的なトレーラと貨物追跡技術に関する取り組み
    5. ビジネスモデル
  3. 市場予測と動向
    1. 市場分析
    2. バリューチェーン分析
    3. 市場成長促進要因と阻害要因
    4. 今後の産業動向
  4. OEM製品と戦略
  5. ベンダーの企業概要と戦略
    1. 欧州のソリューション提供会社
    2. 北米のソリューション提供会社
    3. その他の国々(RoW)のソリューション提供会社

Report Overview

Trailer and Cargo Container Tracking is the tenth consecutive report from Berg Insight analysing the latest developments on the trailer and cargo container tracking market worldwide. This strategic research report from Berg Insight provides you with 235 pages of unique business intelligence including 5-year industry forecasts and expert commentary on which to base your business decisions.

This study investigates the market for tracking and security of intermodal shipping containers, trailers, swap bodies, rail freight wagons, air freight unit load devices, cargo boxes and pallets. The installed base of remote tracking systems for these cargo loading units is forecasted to grow at a compound annual growth rate of 24.4 percent from 11.1 million units at the end of 2021 to 33.1 million units by 2026. Get up to date with the latest information about vendors, products and markets.

Highlights from the report:

  • Insights from 30 new executive interviews with market leading companies.
  • Comprehensive overview of the real-time cargo tracking value chain and key applications.
  • In-depth analysis of market trends and key developments.
  • Summary of major cargo tracking initiatives from the EU and the US.
  • Updated profiles of 109 cargo container tracking solution providers.
  • Detailed forecasts by market vertical lasting until 2026.
  • The latest trends on trailer, intermodal container, rail freight wagon, air cargo container, cargo box and pallet tracking.

The installed base of active cargo tracking units will reach 33 million by 2026

Trailer and cargo container tracking is a subsegment of asset tracking that aims to increase operational efficiency and security in transport chains. Berg Insight’s definition of a real-time tracking solution is a system that, at minimum, incorporates data logging, satellite positioning and data communications to a backoffice application through cellular or satellite networks. The tracking device can be designed to track the trailer, intermodal container, rail freight wagon, air freight ULD or the cargo itself. Tracking devices for trailers and cargo containers are permanently or temporarily installed on the unit while general cargo tracking devices are typically placed with the cargo during transport. Having access to real-time data on the location and status of trailers and cargo containers enable the various stakeholders in the supply chain to make better-informed decisions, increase asset utilization, save costs and reduce the environmental impact.
Berg Insight estimates that shipments of tracking devices with cellular or satellite communications capabilities for trailers and cargo containers reached 6.0 million units worldwide in 2021. Growing at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 25.0 percent, shipments are expected to reach 18.3 million units in 2026. During the same period, the installed base of tracking devices is forecasted to grow at a compound annual growth rate of 24.4 percent, from 11.1 million units at the end of 2021 to 33.1 million units by 2026. Trailer tracking is the largest market segment, estimated to account for 35.0 percent of the total installed base of tracking devices in 2021. General cargo tracking and intermodal container tracking are the second and third largest segments in terms of the number of installed units. Total revenues in the trailer and cargo container tracking industry reached an estimated € 1.5 billion in 2021. Growing at a CAGR of 14.1 percent, the total market value is forecasted to reach € 2.9 billion in 2026. Trailer and intermodal container tracking applications are the two largest segments in terms of market value.

The market for trailer, cargo container and general cargo tracking solutions is served by a wide range of players. Companies offering solutions for cargo carrying units typically focus on one application, e.g. trailer tracking. However, these companies often have devices installed on several different asset types. General cargo tracking solution providers are most often specialised in that market segment. Berg Insight ranks ORBCOMM as the largest provider of cargo tracking solutions, having a significant installed base of both trailers and containers. The company’s total installed base reached more than 828,000 units at the end of 2021. The second largest player SkyBitz has an installed base of 685,000 tracking units, primarily on trailers. Additional leading providers of trailer telematics solutions are Spireon (now owned by Solera), Samsara, CalAmp, Powerfleet, Phillips Connect (the telematics division of Phillips Industries), Idem Telematics, Schmitz Cargobull, TGI, Transics (ZF), EROAD, BlackBerry, Cooltrax, Geoforce and CLS Group.
The container tracking market is dominated by Maersk, which has equipped its entire fleet of 385,000 reefer containers with tracking devices. Other major players in the segment are Envotech, ZillionSource, Globe Tracker, Traxens and MECOMO. Globe Tracker has grown rapidly in the past year and has now reached an installed base of well over 100,000 container tracking units. The company has a major ongoing project with the liner shipping company Hapag-Lloyd to equip its entire reefer container fleet with tracking units.

eading telematics players in the rail industry are Nexxiot, Amsted Rail, Siemens, SAVVY Telematic Systems, DOT Telematik and Cognid Telematik. Nexxiot is the leading player in the segment, working on large-scale projects in Europe. Sensitech (part of Carrier), DeltaTrak, Tive, Roambee, Controlant, Frigga (Dewav Electronic Technology) and OnAsset Intelligence are the largest providers of cargo tracking devices, each with more than hundred thousand devices in use. These players offer tracking devices that can be used on all modes of transport, including air freight.

About 29 million intermodal containers, 15 million trailers, 5 million rail freight wagons and one million air freight ULDs are in use worldwide today. The penetration rate of tracking devices installed on these cargo carrying units amounts to only about 15 percent, indicating that there is much room for growth. Berg Insight anticipates that the ongoing trend in the transport industry to invest in new digital solutions that increase visibility and security in the supply chain will continue and even accelerate in the coming next few years.

The recent disruptions in the global supply chain caused by the pandemic have accentuated the need for real-time shipment data. Bolstered by new IoT communications technologies, solution providers are now able to design cost-effective tracking solutions that meet the needs of fleet and asset owners, transport companies, shippers and other stakeholders in the transport industry.

Highlights from the report:

  • Insights from 30 new executive interviews with market leading companies.
  • Comprehensive overview of the real-time cargo tracking value chain and key applications.
  • In-depth analysis of market trends and key developments.
  • Summary of major cargo tracking initiatives from the EU and the US.
  • Updated profiles of 102 cargo container tracking solution providers.
  • Detailed forecasts by market vertical lasting until 2025.
  • The latest trends on trailer, intermodal container, rail freight wagon, air cargo container, cargo box and pallet tracking.

目次

Executive Summary

1 Global Freight Transport Overview

1.1 International merchandise trade
1.1.1 Freight transportation modes
1.1.2 Logistics units and containerisation
1.1.3 Transport industry actors
1.2 Cargo carrying units
1.2.1 Intermodal shipping containers
1.2.2 Trailers and semi-trailers
1.2.3 Rail freight wagons
1.2.4 Air freight unit load devices

2 Trailer and Cargo Container Tracking Solutions

2.1 Trailer and cargo container tracking infrastructure
2.1.1 Trailer and cargo container segment
2.1.2 GNSS segment
2.1.3 Network segment
2.1.4 Service segment
2.2 Benefits of using tracking solutions
2.2.1 Supply chain management
2.2.2 Security management
2.2.3 Trailer and cargo container management
2.3 Regulatory compliance and reporting
2.3.1 Supply chain security and environmental programs
2.3.2 Tax collection
2.4 International container and cargo tracking technology initiatives
2.4.1 The Integrity project
2.4.2 The Smart-CM project
2.4.3 The CORE project
2.4.4 The SaMoLoSa project
2.4.5 The US Department of Homeland Security’s Cargo Security Programs
2.4.6 The NexTrust project
2.4.7 The DataPorts project
2.4.8 Container 42
2.4.9 Digital Container Shipping Association (DCSA)
2.5 Business models

3 Market Forecasts and Trends

3.1 Market analysis
3.1.1 Installed base and unit shipments
3.1.2 Market value
3.1.3 Regional markets
3.1.4 Vendor market shares
3.2 Value chain analysis
3.2.1 Telematics industry players
3.2.2 Cargo transport industry players
3.2.3 Trailer and cargo container OEMs and OEs
3.2.4 Telecom industry players
3.2.5 IT industry players
3.3 Market drivers and barriers
3.3.1 Macroeconomic environment
3.3.2 Regulatory environment
3.3.3 Competitive environment
3.3.4 Technology environment
3.4 Future industry trends
3.4.1 Trailer OEMs incorporate telematics as standard
3.4.2 The TPMS mandate in the EU is expected to drive adoption of trailer telematics
3.4.3 Advanced tracking solutions increase the value for logistics providers
3.4.4 OE trailer suppliers enable smart trailer solutions
3.4.5 Individual cargo tracking solutions increase supply chain visibility
3.4.6 Solutions for refrigerated cargo lead the tracking market
3.4.7 New LPWA networking technologies increasingly used for cargo tracking
3.4.8 2G/3G sunset creates opportunities for tracking solution providers
3.4.9 Rail freight wagon tracking – a potential high growth market
3.4.10 Big shift in the intermodal container tracking industry

4 OEM Products and Strategies

4.1 Carrier
4.2 China International Marine Containers (CIMC)
4.3 Daikin Industries
4.4 Envirotainer
4.5 Great Dane
4.6 Hyundai Translead
4.7 Krone
4.8 Kögel
4.9 Schmitz Cargobull
4.10 Schwarzmüller Group
4.11 Thermo King (Trane Technologies)
4.12 Trinity Industries
4.13 Utility Trailer Manufacturing
4.14 Wabash National
4.15 Wielton Group

5 Vendor Profiles and Strategies

5.1 European solution providers
5.1.1 AddSecure
5.1.2 Agheera
5.1.3 Axscend (SAF-Holland)
5.1.4 Bosch
5.1.5 CargoGuard
5.1.6 Cargomon Systems
5.1.7 CLS Group
5.1.8 Cognid Telematik
5.1.9 Controlant
5.1.10 DOT Telematik
5.1.11 Fly4u (Groupe ZeKat)
5.1.12 Globe Tracker
5.1.13 Hanhaa
5.1.14 Idem Telematics (BPW)
5.1.15 Intermodal Telematics
5.1.16 Kirsen Global Security
5.1.17 Kizy Tracking
5.1.18 KPN
5.1.19 Maersk
5.1.20 MECOMO
5.1.21 Net Feasa
5.1.22 Next4 (Traxens)
5.1.23 Nexxiot
5.1.24 Ovinto
5.1.25 RM2
5.1.26 SAVVY Telematic Systems
5.1.27 SecureSystem
5.1.28 Sensolus
5.1.29 Siemens
5.1.30 Sycada
5.1.31 Transics (ZF)
5.1.32 Traxens
5.1.33 Trusted
5.1.34 Ubidata
5.1.35 Zenatek
5.2 North American solution providers
5.2.1 7PSolutions
5.2.2 Amsted Rail
5.2.3 AT&T
5.2.4 Ayantra
5.2.5 BeWhere
5.2.6 BlackBerry
5.2.7 CalAmp
5.2.8 Clarience Technologies
5.2.9 DeltaTrak
5.2.10 Digi International
5.2.11 Digital Communications Technologies
5.2.12 Drōv Technologies
5.2.13 Emerson
5.2.14 Fleet Complete
5.2.15 Fleetilla
5.2.16 Geoforce
5.2.17 Globalstar
5.2.18 Honeywell
5.2.19 Intelyt
5.2.20 Lat-Lon (Geotab)
5.2.21 Mobilogix (Telit)
5.2.22 Omnitracs (Solera)
5.2.23 OnAsset Intelligence
5.2.24 ORBCOMM
5.2.25 Pallet Alliance
5.2.26 Phillips Industries
5.2.27 Powerfleet
5.2.28 Roambee
5.2.29 RSAE Labs
5.2.30 Samsara
5.2.31 Sendum Wireless
5.2.32 Sensata
5.2.33 Sensitech (Carrier)
5.2.34 Sierra Wireless
5.2.35 SkyBitz (AMETEK)
5.2.36 Spireon (Solera)
5.2.37 SpotSee
5.2.38 Teletrac Navman
5.2.39 TGI
5.2.40 Tive
5.2.41 Trimble
5.2.42 Wireless Links
5.3 Rest of World solution providers
5.3.1 Adapt Ideations
5.3.2 ArrowSpot
5.3.3 Contguard
5.3.4 Cooltrax
5.3.5 Envotech
5.3.6 EROAD
5.3.7 Frigga (Dewav Electronic Technology)
5.3.8 Loginno Logistic Innovation
5.3.9 MiX Telematics
5.3.10 Queclink Wireless Solutions
5.3.11 Satlock
5.3.12 Sony
5.3.13 Swinnus
5.3.14 T42 IoT Tracking Solutions
5.3.15 TPL Trakker
5.3.16 Tracertrak (Pivotel)
5.3.17 ZillionSource Technologies

Glossary

List of Figures

Figure 1.1: Index for GDP and international merchandise trade (World 1990–2020)………. 6
Figure 1.2: Merchandise trade by region (World 2020)………………………. 7
Figure 1.3: External trade by mode of transport (EU-27 2019)………………….. 8
Figure 1.4: Container port throughput (World 2005–2020)…………………….. 9
Figure 1.5: The transport chain…………………………………… 11
Figure 1.6: Top 10 container ports (World 2020)………………………… 13
Figure 1.7: Top 10 air cargo ports (World 2021)…………………………. 14
Figure 1.8: Top 10 container shipping companies (World May 2022) ……………… 15
Figure 1.9: Top 10 air cargo airlines (World 2020) ………………………… 16
Figure 1.10: Air cargo growth rates by major market (World 2021) ………………. 17
Figure 1.11: Global fleet of cargo carrying assets (2021)…………………….. 18
Figure 1.12: Examples of intermodal container form factors…………………… 19
Figure 1.13: Intermodal container fleet size (World 2016–2021)………………… 20
Figure 1.14: Intermodal container fleet by type (World 2021) …………………. 21
Figure 1.15: Examples of trailer form factors …………………………… 22
Figure 1.16: Cargo trailer fleet by region (World 2021) …………………….. 23
Figure 1.17: Top 10 trailer manufacturers (World 2021)……………………. 24
Figure 1.18: Examples of rail wagon form factors ………………………. 25
Figure 1.19: Number of rail freight wagons per region (World 2021)…………….. 26
Figure 1.20: Examples of ULD form factors ………………………….. 27
Figure 2.1: Real-time trailer and cargo container tracking infrastructure overview …….. 32
Figure 2.2: Examples of trailer and cargo container tracking device form factors ……… 33
Figure 2.3: Data interfaces used by container tracking units ………………….. 34
Figure 2.4: Top 10 mobile operators by IoT connections (World Q4-2021)…………. 36
Figure 2.5: Satellite network operators by IoT subscriber base (Q4-2021)………….. 37
Figure 2.6: Examples of supply chain programs and initiatives (World 2022) ………… 45
Figure 2.7: Container 42…………………………………….. 51
Figure 3.1: Tracking device shipments and installed base (World 2021–2026)………. 56
Figure 3.2: Trailer and cargo container tracking market value (World 2021–2026) ………. 59
Figure 3.3: Trailer tracking devices by region (World 2021–2026)……………… 60
Figure 3.4: Major cargo loading unit tracking vendors (Q4-2021)………………. 62
Figure 3.5: Major trailer tracking vendors (Q4-2021)……………………… 64
Figure 3.6: Major intermodal container tracking vendors (Q4-2021)……………… 65
Figure 3.7: Major rail freight wagon tracking vendors (Q4-2021)……………….. 67
Figure 3.8: Major general cargo tracking vendors (Q4-2021) …………………. 68
Figure 3.9: M&As in the trailer and cargo container tracking space (2015–2022) ……… 70
Figure 3.10: Examples of cellular tracking devices approved for air shipments ………… 77
Figure 3.11: Examples of telecom players offering cargo tracking solutions………….. 84
Figure 4.1: OEMs and OE solution providers ………………………… 102
Figure 4.2: The Exigo E1500 trailer refrigeration unit ……………………… 105
Figure 4.3: FleetPulse trailer telematics solution ………………………. 108
Figure 4.4: Thermo King Precedent connected trailer refrigeration unit ……………. 113
Figure 5.1: European solution providers…………………………….. 118
Figure 5.2: Bosch Asset Tracking Gateway and Sensor Tags …………………. 124
Figure 5.3: TrackCube 6B Ex and TrackCube 6H4 rail freight wagons tracking devices…… 127
Figure 5.4: Controlant real-time logger……………………………. 128
Figure 5.5: GT Sense tracking device, sensors and platform………………… 131
Figure 5.6: Parcelive tracker and online portal …………………………. 133
Figure 5.7: IMT’s connected solution for rail freight wagons…………………. 136
Figure 5.8: Kizy K-2 tracker and USB-C temperature sensor extension………….. 138
Figure 5.9: MECOMO’s mecSOLAR solar-powered tracking device……………. 141
Figure 5.10: Next4’s tracking devices and platform …………………….. 143
Figure 5.11: Nexxiot’s Globehopper Crossmodal tracking device and online portal…… 145
Figure 5.12: RM2 BLOCKPal connected pallet…………………………. 148
Figure 5.13: Sensolus’ end-to-end tracking solution ………………………. 151
Figure 5.14: Overview of Siemens Controlguide CTmobile system …………….. 152
Figure 5.15: TX-TRAILERGUARD tracking device and TX-CONNECT software……….. 154
Figure 5.16: North American solution providers ……………………….. 159
Figure 5.17: BeSol tracking device ………………………………. 165
Figure 5.18: BlackBerry Radar H2 and A2 ………………………….. 167
Figure 5.19: SmartSense by Digi …………………………………. 172
Figure 5.20: AirBoxOne and Vehicle Health Display…………………….. 174
Figure 5.21: Globalstar’s SmartOne Solar tracking device…………………. 181
Figure 5.22: SENTRY 600 FlightSafe tracking device and Sentinel sensor tag ……….. 186
Figure 5.23: CT 3500 reefer container tracking device……………………. 189
Figure 5.24: Phillips Connect Smart7 telematics device…………………….. 192
Figure 5.25: Powerfleet’s LV-500 solar tracker …………………………. 194
Figure 5.26: Sendum’s PT300 package tracker ……………………….. 200
Figure 5.27: Sensata Insights product offering…………………………. 201
Figure 5.28: TempTale Geo Ultra real-time data logger …………………….. 203
Figure 5.29: SkyBitz SmartTrailer solution………………………….. 206
Figure 5.30: Spireon FL Flex 2 and FL Flex 2+modular trailer tracking devices ……… 208
Figure 5.31: SpotBot Cellular tracking device ………………………….. 210
Figure 5.32: The Tive Solo 5G tracking device …………………………. 213
Figure 5.33: Rest of World solution providers………………………… 215
Figure 5.34: ArrowTrack SAT tracking device………………………… 217
Figure 5.35: Envotech’s RadioSecure SLM …………………………… 220
Figure 5.36: Frigga real-time data loggers………………………….. 223
Figure 5.37: Sony Visilion tracker and online application…………………… 228
Figure 5.38: Swinnus’ reefer container tracking devices……………………. 229


 

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