Presentation on theme: "THE IMPACT OF PARCEL TERMINALS ON THE LATIN AMERICA ECONOMY Olegas Orlovas, CEO LOGINPOST Brazil."— Presentation transcript:
THE IMPACT OF PARCEL TERMINALS ON THE LATIN AMERICA ECONOMY Olegas Orlovas, CEO LOGINPOST Brazil
The growing Latin American middle class will create conditions for consumption growth. Increasing employment of the population creates conditions favorable for new parcel delivery solutions. Parcel terminals are an excellent way to start a business at minimal cost, develop new business ideas and contribute to the overall economic growth in Latin America.
2012 BrasilMexicoArgentinaColombiaChilePeru Population (mi) 195 mi115 mi41 mi48 mi17 mi30 mi GDP (US$, bn at PPP) 2,3592, GDP per capita (US$ at PPP) 12,12017,91018,03610,35318,45010,604 GDP growth rate 1.0 %4.0 %2.0 % 3.8 %5.4 %6.2 % Inflation (av.) 5.4 %4.1 % 10.0 % 3.2 %3.0 %3.7 % Initial economic thoughts on Latin America...
2012 BrasilMexicoArgentinaColombiaChilePeru Number of Households (2011) 59 mi26 mi11 mi12 mi5 mi8 mi Personal Disposable Income (pc, US$) 7,4696,3484,3205,5378,8852,851 Ease of Doing Business (World Bank, ranking) Global Competitiveness Index (WEF, ranking ) Business thoughts on Latin America...
Upper class (A/B) Middle class (C+) Working class (C) Poor (D/E) MEXICOBRASIL Latin American consumer class on the rise, especially in Mexico and Brasil
SOURCE: AMI based on information from the EIU. North America 2012 $17, $25,033 Latin America 2012 $5, $10,390 Africa 2012 $2, $3,911 Europe 2012 $18, $25,918 Oceania 2012 $1, $2,382 Asia 2012 $21, $44,316 Estimated GDP by major economic blocks for 2012 and the amounts represent the nominal GDP in US$ (bn)
SOURCE: AMI based on information of the ECLAC (Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean mi 255 mi 104 mi 160 mi mi 296 mi 105 mi 149 mi Population by age groups in Latin America for 2010 and 2020
SELF-SERVICE PARCEL TERMINALS – A MODERN WAY OF PARCEL DELIVERY
Who can use self-service parcel terminals? Online shops (amazon.com, ebay.com and their customers); Shops offering goods from catalogs and their customers; Telecommunication companies sending various accessories to their customers (modems, set-top boxes, phone cards and mobile phones); Companies that frequently send mail; State institutions that often send mail; Everyone who currently uses postal services.
Increasing the exchange of goods among consumers; Free time occurrence for consumers; Smaller logistic costs for national posts; Development of small business; E-commerce development; Car congestion reduction; More efficient postal labor force resource allocation; Postal sector's profitability and the impact on overall GDP. Economic benefits of self-service parcel terminals
Increased customer satisfaction: they no longer need to stand in long lines at the post office to receive or send parcels; Increased efficiency of post office employees; Increasing company’s income: a larger number of serviced customers; Increased competitiveness against other international and local parcel delivery companies; Strengthened regional leader’s role; New company’s image when promoting itself to the young and growing generation; Increased appeal to potential foreign investors into the country. Benefits for the company
Benefits for the customer Easy to use; Convenient location; Convenient time; Quick service; Inexpensive; Secure; Versatile.