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.
|Assessing tax 2013 tax rate benchmarking study - Transportation & Logistics analysis
Tax rate benchmarking can give company executives valuable data and insight into their tax functions. PwC's report Assessing tax, a benchmarking study for industrial products and automotive sectors, analyzes tax rate metrics for 316 companies, highlighting general trends and details by industry sector.
|Intersections: Q1 2013 transportation and logistics industry mergers and acquisitions analysis
Intersections is a quarterly analysis of global merger and acquisition (M&A) activity in the transportation and logistics industry. Each edition includes a review of overall deal activity for the quarter and year-to-date and a summary of large deals.
|5th Annual Digital IQ Survey: Transportation & Logistics industry findings
Transportation & Logistics companies with collaborative C-suites intertwine business strategy and IT and are often rewarded with stronger company performance. Read the complete findings for the Transportation & Logistics sector.
|Aviation perspectives: Airline mega-merger impact on the US domestic airline industry
PwC's analysis of publicly available data indicates that some of the criticisms of recent airline mega-mergers may not be entirely warranted. Our latest report discusses the impacts of these mega-mergers on the US domestic airline industry.
Learn more about the airline mega-merger impact on the US domestic airline industry
|A homecoming for US manufacturing? Why a resurgence in US manufacturing may be the next big bet
The manufacturing sector in the US is rebounding. Factors that could impact reshoring decisions include labor, materials, transportation/energy costs, market demand, the availability of talent and capital, tax rates, and currency fluctuations.
Read more about the US manufacturing homecoming >
|Spares forecasting: A commercial aviation perspective on value chain maturity and best practices
Commercial airlines and aerospace & defense companies need to develop usable demand forecast information to reduce lead times on aircraft parts and turnaround times, improve spares reduction, and define future demand for repairs and spares.
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