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Differences between European and American transportation modes

Is the European vehicle standard or the American vehicle standard suitable for China? What is the difference between Europe, the United States and the cargo transportation mode?

Differences between European and American transportation modes

Overall, European transportation companies are much smaller than American transportation companies. European companies often integrate external operating resources (owner-operators independent car owners or Coops car owners consortium) responsible for transportation, but American companies generally use their own company employees and vehicles for transportation activities.

Why is there such a difference, and what is the background of the difference? To study business and operating model, we must go beyond the business and operating model itself. As stated on Weibo, “Carriers often say that in addition to lowering their heads to pull goods, they cannot look up to see the road. In fact, it is not enough to look up. The impact of research on the development and development of freight transportation models from various aspects such as the legal system and the legal system. "Analysis of the reasons behind the huge differences in the business and operating models of transportation companies between Europe and the United States is of great reference for Chinese companies.

Differences in the scale of land, sea and air transportation

From 2010 to 2011, there were more than 400,000 large and small transportation companies in the United States, and the average number of employees in transportation companies was 17. There are about 600,000 freight companies in Europe. The average number of employees in freight companies is 5. The average number of employees in freight companies is less than one-third of that of the United States. Spain is the lowest with only 2 people.

The average number of vehicles owned by American trucking companies is 65, and that of Europe is 3. The total sales of the five largest European transport companies in 2011 accounted for 8.7% of the entire European market. DBSCHENKER, the largest road transport company, accounts for 2.8%. The concentration in the US market is quite high. At its peak, YRC, the largest zero-burden transportation company in the United States, had a 35% market share in the United States.