BMI View: Air freight will be the fastest growing mode in 2016 although total volume carried by air
remains minor compared to road and rail. The mode will benefit from increased production of
pharmaceutical goods driving exports by air while road and rail will continu ..."
BMI View: Freight volumes carried across all modes will experience expansion in 2016 and there will be
an increase in throughput across Belgium's main ports. A healthy domestic economy will translate to strong
import demand and recovering European economies will suppo ..."
BMI View: Belgium's freight transport sector will continue to grow in 2016 as the domestic and wider
economic climate is strengthening, improving trade and consumer demand. Real GDP growth is forecast at
1.6% in 2016, up from the previous estimate of 1.3%. Air freight ..."
BMI View: Belgium's freight transport sector will continue rebounding in 2015, in parallel to a turnaround
in the wider economy. We expect real GDP will expand by 1.3% in the next year. We expect airfreight will
witness the strongest increases, driven by a ramp up in ..."
BMI View: Belgium's freight transport sector will see further growth in 2015 in line with the country's
economic outlook, with the country's GDP forecast to increase by 1.0% in real terms. Air freight is expected
to outperform, helped by projected strong growth in Bel ..."
BMI View: Following a year in which BMI believes saw increasing volumes across the whole of Belgium's
freight transport sector, with the port of Antwerp posting its highest ever throughput figures, 2015 will
signal further growth in all freight modes in line with the country's ..."
Following a year in which BMI saw increasing freight volumes in Belgium, 2015 will signal further growth
across the whole of the country's freight transport sector in line with its macroeconomic outlook.
Total trade is projected to pick up with our Country Risk desk f ..."
Following a year which BMI believes saw mainly positive growth dynamics of freight volumes in Belgium,
2014 will signal growth across the whole freight transport sector, even though some of the modes will
continue struggling to return to pre-downturn levels.
Following a year in which BMI believes saw increasing volumes in most of the freight modes, 2014 will
signal more pronounced growth across the whole freight transport sector, although it will continue
struggling to return to pre-downturn levels.
Total trade is p ..."
Following a year which BMI believes saw mixed results in different freight modes, 2013 will signal growth
across all modes, with some even surpassing their pre-downturn levels.
Total trade is projected to pick up with our Country Risk desk forecasting a year-on-year ( ..."