Presentation on theme: "1 Georgie Leeder – DHL Express EXPORTING FROM SOUTH DEVON TO THE WORLD."— Presentation transcript:
1 Georgie Leeder – DHL Express EXPORTING FROM SOUTH DEVON TO THE WORLD
2 CONTENTS 1DHL in the UK 2Our network and what we do 3Where are the top export destinations? 4Where does the UK & South Devon import from? 5Which markets are showing growth? 6Support available
3 DHL COLLABORATIVE IN THE UK DHL UK FAST FACTS LOCATION:507 VEHICLES:c.11,700 EMPLOYEES:c.47,500 DHL EXPRESS UK DHL GLOBAL MAIL DHL SUPPLY CHAIN DHL GLOBAL FORWARDING DHL FREIGHT DP DHL
4 DHL EXPRESS IN THE UK Established in Hubs/gateways – EMA and London Heathrow 39 service centres 1200 Servicepoint locations More than 17 million shipments handled in vehicles More than 40,000 customers 3,250 employees HMRC Authorised Economic Operator Market share 47%
55 MARKETS 5
6 UK’S TOP MARKETS UKTI’S TOP EXPORT DESTINATIONS 1.United States 2.Germany 3.Netherlands 4.France 5.Republic of Ireland 6.Belgium 7.China 8.Spain 9.Italy 10.Switzerland DHL’S TOP EXPORT DESTINATIONS 1.Germany 2.France 3.United States 4.Republic of Ireland 5.Italy 6.Australia 7.Spain 8.Netherlands 9.Sweden 10.Belgium SOUTH WEST EXPORT DESTINATIONS 1.Germany 2.France 3.United States 4.Italy 5.Republic of Ireland 6.Spain 7.Netherlands 8.Italy 9.Australia 10.Belgium
7 DHL’S TOP IMPORT ORIGINS DHL’S TOP IMPORT ORIGINS 1.United States 2.China 3.Germany 4.Italy 5.France 6.Hong Kong 7.Spain 8.Republic of Ireland 9.Netherlands 10.India FASTEST GROWING IMPORT ORIGINS 1.China 2.Hong Kong 3.India 4.United States 5.Italy 6.Germany 7.Japan 8.Indonesia 9.Belgium 10.Philippines SOUTH WEST IMPORT ORIGINS 1.United States 2.Germany 3.China 4.France 5.India 6.Italy 7.Hong Kong 8.Netherlands 9.Spain 10.Belgium
8 BRIC Brazil GDP per head greater than India or China Rapidly emerging middle-class increasing demand for luxury goods 2016 Olympics in Rio de Janeiro. Russia Spans 11 different time zones Largest country on earth Looking to reduce its dependency on commodities by building up the country’s high technology sectors. India One of the fastest growing economies in the world. Economic liberalization gathering pace, opening opportunities in key sectors such as biotech, automotive and telecoms. Goods manufactured cheaply and in bulk, making importing from India a great way to reduce your costs. China World’s largest population and largest economy in the world Rapidly growing middle class driving demand for Western luxury goods World’s largest exporter of goods, producing goods in bulk making important a way for British businesses to improve their profit margins.
9 CIVETS Colombia Nearly five times the size of the UK Large and diverse country offering opportunities in a wide range of sectors: pharmaceuticals, chemicals, machinery and beverages sectors. Indonesia World’s fourth most populous country Largest economy in South East Asia with a growing affluent middle class of around 45 million creating demand for quality goods which British businesses can cater for. Vietnam Large population of almost 89 million, of which over half is below the age of 30 UK and Vietnam signed a Strategic Partnership agreement in 2010 with the aim to boost bilateral trade and investment, Egypt UKTI has identified opportunities across a wide range of sectors: Education, Engineering, Oil & Gas and ICT Strategically located in the centre of the MENA (Middle East and North Africa) region, bridging the continents of Asia, Africa and Europe, making it a hub for international trade between the regions. Turkey UKTI predicts the Turkish economy will be the second-fastest growing economy in the world by South Africa A diverse country with numerous origins, cultures and languages The UK has a long history of trading with South Africa and is one of the country’s most prominent trading partners with bilateral trade reaching over £7 billion.
10 MINT Mexico Regularly ranked in the top three emerging markets to do business with Second largest economy in Latin America with a population of 116 million The UK and Mexican governments are working closely together to double bilateral trade to £4.2bn by 2015 Indonesia As the country has enjoyed steady economic growth for a number of years, Goldman Sachs predicts it will become the eighth largest economy in the world by 2050 The British Prime Minister and the President of the Republic of Indonesia agreed in April 2012 to a shared commitment to double bilateral trade in goods and services from £2.2 billion in 2010 to £4.4 billion in Nigeria English widely spoken and accepted as the business language Investment incentives including Free Trade Zones and tax holidays Turkey Predicted to be the second-fastest growing economy in the world by 2018 In 2010 Britain and Turkey agreed to double bilateral trade by 2015, a target that is set to be achieved with trade increasing by over 40%
11 THERE‘S LOTS OF SUPPORT AVAILABLE TO YOU 11
12 ONLINE RESOURCES: DHL GUIDE Home page provides links to key new content and videos Interactive Map offering Key market facts and opportunities on top export destinations.
13 DESTINATION RESOURCES New resources for Africa launched March DHL Guide Pages Africa Info graphic Blog posts Image Facts on Pintrest
14 SOCIAL MEDIA Advice on Trading with South Africa Advice on Customs from our experts Country Focused & Customs Pinterest Boards Follow for the latest international trade news and advice Videos to inspire and pass on our expert knowledge
15 THERE COULDN’T BE A BETTER TIME TO GROW YOUR BUSINESS INTERNATIONALLY