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동남아시아는 특히 주차요금이나 정체요금이 가계에 부담이 되는 국가로, 자동차 보유에 대한 소비자 기호가 서서히 감소되고 있습니다. 한편 카셰어링은 성가시지 않은 모빌리티 솔루션이며, 소비자의 생활 비용을 크게 절감할 수 있습니다. 카셰어링에는 Round-Trip형, Free-Floating형, Peer-to-Peer형 등 다양한 비지니스 모델이 존재하지만, 동남아시아에서는 Round-Trip형 카셰어링 비지니스 모델이 크게 성장할 것으로 예상됩니다. 또한 싱가포르나 말레이시아에서는 Free-Floating형 비지니스 모델이 급성장하고 있습니다.
동남아시아의 카셰어링(Car Sharing) 시장에 대해 조사 분석했으며, 기업의 시장 포지셔닝을 확인하고, 각 기업의 강점, 기회 및 포지셔닝에 관한 인사이트에 기반한 경쟁 프로파일을 제공하고 있습니다.
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In Southeast Asia (SEA), consumer preference for vehicle ownership is gradually declining, particularly in countries where parking and congestion fees strain people's budgets. In contrast, car sharing provides a hassle-free mobility solution that can significantly reduce consumers' living costs. Car sharing platforms are available in various business models, such as round-trip, free-floating, and peer-to-peer (P2P).
The round-trip car sharing business model will experience significant growth in SEA. With this model, users pick up and drop off the vehicle at the same location. This approach helps car sharing operators reduce fleet operational costs, such as fuel and personnel, and provide a competitive price to their customers.
The free-floating business model is seeing rapid growth in competitive landscapes such as Singapore and Malaysia. The business model offers great flexibility by enabling users to pick up and drop the vehicle at any location within set boundaries. For free-floating service providers, Frost & Sullivan's research indicates that adopting an Internet of Things (IoT) fleet management system can empower them to reduce overall operating costs and provide competitive prices in the market.
The P2P business model allows vehicle owners to make extra income by renting out their vehicle on a trusted platform. The innovative shared economy model has helped alleviate financial stress for vehicle owners and is gaining traction in the SEA car sharing market. However, the trust issue is the primary challenge for P2P players. P2P operators are encouraged to enhance trust-building technology features, such as adding driving behavior statistics to users' profiles.
Car sharing solutions gained traction during the height of the COVID-19 pandemic as people preferred private travel bubbles to avoid exposure to the virus on public transportation. Today, many use shared vehicles to run errands while working from home and to drive to regional attractions in response to border closures that have disrupted travel.
To maintain a competitive edge in the car sharing space, market participants need to forge strategic partnerships with other stakeholders (e.g., OEMs, technology companies, insurance companies) and explore new business opportunities in various aspects of the industry value chain. For example, Goldbell Group acquired BlueSG and will spend $50 million to enrich its fleet portfolio and invest in new mobility technologies and algorithms; TribeCar acquired CarClub to strengthen its end-to-end transactional capabilities and improve customer support; Haupcar collaborated with Banpu and BMW Thailand to enrich its new energy vehicle (NEV) product roadmap.
Car sharing providers should leverage advanced technologies such as IoT, big data, and machine learning to improve platform fault tolerance, data storage security, and identity authentication.
The car sharing market in SEA is highly fragmented by country. Singapore's car sharing market is the most mature, followed by Malaysia, Thailand, Indonesia, and Vietnam. Frost & Sullivan independently plotted the top 10 companies from the overall region in this Frost Radar™ analysis.
This Radar features BlueSG, TribeCar, Popular Rent A Car (WhizzCar), Getgo Technologies (GetGo), Haupcar Company Limited (Haupcar), TC Euro Cars (GoCar), Future Mobility Solutions (TREVO), Mioto Vietnam Joint Stock Company (Mioto), Chungxe Joint Stock Company (Chungxe), and PT Astra Digital Internasional (Movic). While more than a dozen companies either are exploring the market or have recently entered it,
Frost & Sullivan has identified these 10 as the market powerhouses.
The Frost Radar reveals the market positioning of companies in an industry using their Growth and Innovation scores as highlighted in the Frost Radar methodology. The document presents competitive profiles of each company based on its strengths, opportunities, and a small discussion on its positioning. Frost & Sullivan analyzes hundreds of companies in the industry and benchmarks them across the 10 criteria, where the leading companies are then positioned on the Radar. Industry leaders on both the Growth and Innovation indices are recognized as best practice recipients.