ASEAN Shared Mobility Market 2021 – With AirAsia Ride, BlueSG and BMW among others

DUBLIN, December 14, 2021– (BUSINESS WIRE) – The “ASEAN Shared Mobility Growth Opportunities” report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com offer.

The study assesses the main trends in shared mobility within the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN), covering Cambodia, Indonesia, Malaysia, Myanmar, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam.

The main shared mobility activities addressed in the study include carsharing, eHailing, carpooling, public transport adapted to demand and micro-mobility.

In 2020, affected by the COVID-19 pandemic, social distancing and nationwide lockdowns in Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines and Thailand reduced demand for eHailing services. Corresponding governments have restricted the social and business activities of residents. The eHailing activity has been affected and this trend will continue in the short term.

The oligopoly of the market results in high barriers to entry for potential new entrants. Grab and Gojek has the largest fleet and the largest subscriber base in ASEAN. Consequently, the barriers to entry into the eHailing market are relatively high. In particular, Grab has extended its activities to most of the ASEAN countries. In addition, Grab integrates food delivery and shared mobility services into its applications; this increases the utilization rate and the reliability of the users. At the same time, it reduces the market opportunities for other competitors.

Although the number of private vehicle owners is relatively high in some ASEAN countries, eHailing is in demand in major capitals. Capital cities, such as Bangkok, Jakarta, and Kuala Lumpur, have heavy traffic and high vehicle flow. Residents face parking difficulties and high parking rates, such as in workspaces and commercial buildings (long parking time). eHailing overcomes these drawbacks.

Carsharing is a relatively new shared mobility solution in ASEAN. The main adoptive countries are Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore and Thailand. The market is nascent and will continue to grow.

The study profiles the top 10 shared mobility trends in ASEAN. Each shared mobility trend includes snapshots of a key value proposition, profiles of key industry participants, and a relevant case study of the trend.

In addition, the study also covers key growth drivers and growth constraints of the market and identifies three growth opportunities.

Companies mentioned

  • AirAsia ride

  • Airovr

  • Angkas

  • Shine

  • BlueSG

  • Bmw

  • Car club

  • ComfortDelGro

  • Conduct

  • FastGo

  • Flux

  • GoCar

  • GoDee

  • Gojek

  • Gojo

  • To grab

  • GrabWheels

  • Haupcar

  • KINTO

  • MooVita

  • Moovr

  • Mobility of neurons

  • Oyika

  • SCOOTA

  • SOCAR

  • ST Engineering

  • Tron

Main topics covered:

1. Strategic imperatives

2. Analysis of growth opportunities

  • Overview of shared mobility in ASEAN

  • Segmentation of shared mobility

  • ASEAN’s shared mobility growth drivers

  • Growth constraints in ASEAN’s shared mobility

3. Top 10 market trends for shared mobility in ASEAN

  • ASEAN Shared Mobility Trend 1 – Transformative Electric Vehicle Megatrends

  • Key Industry Participants – Transformative Electric Vehicle Megatrends

  • ASEAN Shared Mobility Trend 2 – An innovative car subscription business model that shifts vehicle ownership to the user

  • Key Industry Participants – Innovative Automotive Subscription Business Model That Shifts Vehicle Ownership to User

  • ASEAN Shared Mobility Trend 3 – A new wave of competition in the eHailing market has started

  • Key Industry Participants – A New Wave of Competition in the eHailing Market Has Begun

  • ASEAN Shared Mobility Trend 4 – Convergence of Food Delivery Service Industry Brings Revenue Streams to eHailing Market

  • Key Industry Participants – Convergence of Food Delivery Service Industry Brings Revenue Streams to eHailing Market

  • ASEAN Shared Mobility Trend 5 – Evolution of Medical Measurement and Social Distancing Awareness

  • Key Industry Participants – Evolution of Medical Measurement and Social Distancing Awareness

  • ASEAN Shared Mobility Trend 6 – Existing automotive and transportation participants to join rivals in shared mobility

  • Key Industry Participants – Existing Automotive and Transportation Participants to Join Their Shared Mobility Business Rivals

  • ASEAN Shared Mobility Trend 7 – Enterprise carsharing is on the rise

  • Key Industry Participants – Corporate Carsharing Is On The Rise

  • ASEAN Shared Mobility Trend 8 – The penetration of shared shuttles has begun

  • Key Industry Participants – Shared Shuttle Penetration Has Begun

  • ASEAN Shared Mobility Trend 9 – Shared electric two-wheelers tailored to individual needs

  • Key Industry Participants – Shared Electric Two-Wheelers Tailored to Individual Needs

  • ASEAN Shared Mobility Trend 10 – The Penetration of Autonomous Driving Technology

  • Key Industry Participants – The Penetration of Autonomous Driving Technology

4. Universe of growth opportunities, shared mobility

  • Growth Opportunity 1 – Innovative Business Models for Shared Mobility Services

  • Growth opportunity 2 – Extension of the geographic coverage of shared mobility services

  • Growth Opportunity 3 – Application of Electric Powertrain and Industry Convergence for Shared Mobility Service Fleets

5. Annex

For more information on this report, visit https://www.researchandmarkets.com/r/na94tk

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