PwC's Transportation & Logistics practice provides assurance, tax and advisory services for 93% of the transportation & logistics (T&L) companies listed in the Fortune 500, serving nearly 300 public and private T&L freight, shipping and transport logistics companies, ports and airlines around the world.
Central to the successful delivery of our services is an in-depth understanding of today's industry challenges, from changing export controls and supply chain risks to current sustainability and fleet management practices.
|Intersections: Q3 2014 transportation and logistics industry mergers and acquisitions analysis
Deal valuations in the transportation and logistics industry were at or above pre-recession levels, driven by a steady mix of financial and strategic investors.
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|2014 Global Airline Survey: Strategic sights set on transformation and innovation
Important megatrends, such as shifting global economic power, technological advances, and demographic changes, are identified as top-of-mind issues for global airline CEOs, according to our latest report, the 2014 Global Airline CEO Survey.
|Assessing tax: 2014 tax rate benchmarking study for industrial products and automotive sectors
PwC’s annual issue of Assessing Tax provides a detailed analysis of tax rate metrics for 324 companies and highlights tax trends for aerospace and defense, automotive, chemicals, engineering and construction, industrial manufacturing and metals, and transportation and logistics companies. This issue includes a special report on the surge in international tax controversy.
|Tailwinds: 2014 airline industry trends - The connected airline
We review operating income and expenses of global airlines, with a special report on the "connected airline" and how new technologies are transforming the way airlines do business.
|Aviation Perspectives: The impact of mega-mergers - a new foundation for the US airline industry
What impact do commercial airline mega-mergers have on fares, operations, and the customer experience? Our latest report includes analyses of operational improvements, fares, and the customer experience, with a discussion of the implications of mega-mergers on the future of the airline industry.
|Aviation’s second golden age: Can the US aircraft industry maintain leadership?
The US commercial aircraft industry is at a crossroads. While it sees spiking demand for its aircraft, it also grapples with issues that need to resolved to ensure its spot as a global leader, including meet talent needs, unleashing a new wave of innovation and establishing a wider global footprint.