Bus Industry Performance
A 124 page report analysing the trends in profitability and cost levels in the UK bus industry.
Fully updated in July 2012, using data from 2010/11 accounts, the report features extensive analysis, looking at how industry profits are measured and what happens to the money earned. The analysis includes a wide range of benchmarking data using industry KPIs such as turnover growth, profit margins and profit per employee.
The report also contains the latest update on the TAS methodology for suggesting what right level of profits for the industry should be.
The report also considers:
- Trends in profits by region, area and ownership type
- Trends in real-term revenue growth since 2001
- Analysis of where the big groups make (and in some case lose) their money
- Industry cost analysis
- Labour and productivity
- Management and administrative staff
After some notes on the analysis and how we approach it, the chapter headings for the report are:
- Why Profits are Important
- Determining the “right” level for profits
- Analysis of Profit Levels
- Performance outside London, by Ownership Type
- Costs in the Bus Industry
- Labour Costs and Productivity
- Management and Administrative Staff
The analysis contains 32 tables and over 50 charts and graphs, plus ten detailed appendices - including national and regional league tables by a range of KPIs.
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