Essay on Fedex Analysis

3652 Words Sep 5th, 2008 15 Pages
TABLE OF CONTENTS
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY II
TABLE OF CONTENTS III
LIST OF FIGURES V
LIST OF TABLES V
1 INTRODUCTION 1
PART 1: TRANSPORTATION AND LOGISTIC INDUSTRY 2
2 EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT ANALYSIS 2
2.1 TECHNOLOGICAL 2
2.2 ECONOMICAL 2
2.3 MARKET 2
2.4 POLITICAL AND LEGAL 2
2.5 ENVIRONMENTAL 3
2.6 SOCIETAL 3
2.7 DEMOGRAPHIC 3
3 INDUSTRY ENVIRONMENT ANALYSIS 4
3.1 PORTER’S FIVE FORCES MODEL 4
3.1.1 Threat of new entrants (Low) 4
3.1.2 Threat of substitutes (Low – medium) 5
3.1.3 Bargaining power of buyers (High) 5
3.1.4 Bargaining power of suppliers (Medium – high) 5
3.1.5 Intensity of rivalry (High) 5
4 CRITICAL SUCCESS FACTOR 6
4.1 STRONG AND TRUSTWORTHY BRAND 6
4.2 ADVANCED IN IT SYSTEMS 6
4.3 INTEGRATION TO CUSTOMERS
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2.5 Environmental Weather and climate change have great impact on transportation and logistic industry due to the fact that this industry is deeply associated with travel of airplanes, truck, freighter, and other vehicles. The ability to understand and predict weather and climate change can save company from delay, loss of its fleets, all of which is directly proportional to its reputation.
2.6 Societal
Social mobility affects this industry in some way. It refers to the dollars consumers are willing to spare at the cost of time; as the most important asset in today’s cut-throat world is time. One of the most important social factors for the transportation and logistics industry is the labour part which helps the organisation carry out the day to day operations and keep the cash charts ringing.
2.7 Demographic
The demographic is one external environment that affects transportation and logistics industry, especially the location of the stores; distribution centres hubs and so on. 3 INDUSTRY ANALYSIS FedEx Corporation has been operated in the transportation and logistic industry which mainly involve in delivery, and managing and controlling of goods, information, and other resources like products.
3.1 Porter’s five forces model Figure 1 illustrates Porter's five forces model for transportation and logistics industry.
3.1.1 Threat of new entrants (Low) To

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