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 2015
Despite a decline in deal volume in 3Q15 compared to the previous quarter, average deal value has continued to increase in each of the last four quarters. Both, total deal value and average deal value for the year-to-date are up over 40% and 50% respectively, compared to the prior period.
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|Assessing tax: 2015
Tax rate benchmarking can be an enormously valuable tool for tax executives determined to generate greater value from their tax departments. Assessing tax 2015 includes an analysis of tax rate metrics for the Transportation & Logistics sector in addition to helping you to gain meaningful insight into key trends to support business growth.
|Tailwinds 2015: Managing the challenges of rapid airline industry growth
Analyze key metrics in the global airline industry and forward-looking perspectives on emerging industry trends. Our latest report also considers how airlines are managing growth in the rapidly expanding aviation industry.
|Fuel price volatility: How are airlines responding to the challenge?
In the wake of an extended period of financial challenges, airlines stand to gain significant benefits from unexpected periods of reduced fuel prices, which in the short term have resulted in increased profits. How are airlines responding? And what are the long-term implications?
|Aviation Perspectives: The future of frequent flyer programs: Will you win or lose?
What flying behaviors and which factors -- carrier type flown, the number of legs flown, fare paid, and distance traveled -- more likely result in passenger gains and losses? Our latest report includes an impact analysis of the new frequent flyer programs for different passenger segments, along with an outlook on where these programs are headed.
|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.