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Research and Markets: Serbia Freight Transport Report 2012 - JAT Airways Restructuring Saga Continues

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Research and Markets: Serbia Freight Transport Report 2012 - JAT Airways Restructuring Saga Continues

Research and Markets: Serbia Freight Transport Report 2012 - JAT Airways Restructuring Saga Continues

DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/a3e2f3/serbia_freight_tra) has announced the addition of the "Serbia Freight Transport Report 2012" report to their offering.

BMI forecasts growth across all freight modes in Serbia in 2011, followed by more moderate growth in 2012.

Total trade is projected to continue picking up, with our Country Risk desk forecasting a year-on-year (yo-y) increase of 11.6% in 2012 following an estimated growth of 16.3% in 2011.

Rail freight will continue to dominate the sector and is projected to grow by further 0.7% in 2012. The sector did not escape the effects of the downturn, but quickly recovered its pre-2009 freight volumes. BMI notes that road was the only mode in Serbia's freight transport mix which did not experience a decrease in volumes during the downturn. We predict further growth throughout our mid-term forecast period (2011-2016).

Headline Industry Data

  • 2012 air freight tonnage is expected to grow by 3.1%.
  • 2012 rail freight is forecast to grow by 0.7%.
  • 2012 road freight is forecast to grow by 12.8%.
  • 2012 inland waterway freight throughput is forecast to grow by 13.6%.
  • 2012 total real trade growth is forecast at 11.6%.

Key Industry Trends

  • Road Infrastructure Projects On Schedule
  • More Funds For Pan-European Corridor X Rail Link
  • Serbian Railways Re-organisation And Upgrades
  • Airport Projects On Time

Companies Mentioned:

  • JAT Airways
  • eleznice Srbije (Serbian Railways)

For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/a3e2f3/serbia_freight_tra.

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