European Express Assoc.
118, avenue ce Cortenbergh
+32 2 737 95 76
+32 2 737 95 01
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European Express Association
The express industry is a fast-growing business sector which not only provides vital services for the European economy, but which also plays a large role in making the global marketplace a reality.
The EEA represents express delivery companies and associations, both large and small, in Europe. In the EU-25 alone, the express industry currently employs 250,000 people and delivers more than 450 million packages each year, constituting almost half of the intra-European air cargo market. It has been forecast that, by 2013, the express industry will employ 550,000 people in the EU-25.
The Express Industry:
Operates in more than 220 countries world-wide. (More countries than belong to the UN);
Moves more than 6 million packages daily;
Employs 700,000 people world-wide (this is approximately 500 times more than 20 years ago);
Operates and owns more than 1,200 aircraft and in addition;
Utilises more than 2,000 commercial flights daily;
Operates and owns more than 200,000 trucks and delivery vehicles;
Operates global, electronic track and trace networks, which monitor the Movement of each individual consignment during transportation;
Has established EDI links with all customs authorities in the major European markets;
Had combined revenues of more than 30 billion USD per year (DHL, FedEx, UPS and TNT);
Grows between 25% and 35% world-wide per annum;
Is utilised by virtually 100% of all multinational companies.
In Europe, the Express Industry:
Currently employs 250,000 people and delivers more than 450 million packages each year, constituting almost half of the intra-European air cargo market.
The industry's direct employment is expected to increase to 500,000 by 2013, if it is allowed to grow unconstrained.
Made a direct contribution to GDP of over EUR 10,5 billion in 2003. (Source: The Economic Impact of Express Carriers in Europe. Oxford Economic Forecasting, August 2004)
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