FTL & LTL Market in (Germany, Turkey GCC) Size, Share & Trends Analysis Report By Service Type (Full Truck Load, Less Truck Load) By Business Type (Business -to- Business, Business-to-Consumer) By End-Use Industry (Metal Ores, Mining and Quarrying Products, Non-Metallic Mineral Products, Cars & Vehicle Parts, Basic Metals, Fabricated Metal Products, Wood and Products of Wood & Cork, Others) Based on Region, And Segment Forecasts, 2022 - 2028

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Market Size Forecast Scenarios (Optimistic, Baseline and Pessimistic) 2021-2027

The Germany Land Transportation (FTL & LTL) Market in terms of revenue was worth USD 64.33 Billion in 2020 and is expected to reach USD 76.18 Billion in 2027, growing at a CAGR of 2.31% from 2021 to 2027.

The Turkey Land Transportation (FTL & LTL) Market in terms of revenue was worth USD 31.46 Billion in 2020 and is expected to reach USD 46.69 Billion in 2027, growing at a CAGR of 6.05% from 2021 to 2027.

The GCC Land Transportation (FTL & LTL) Market in terms of revenue was worth USD 17.30 Billion in 2020 and is expected to reach USD 27.35 Billion in 2027, growing at a CAGR of 7.14% from 2021 to 2027. The land transportation (FTL & LTL) market is expected to grow at a significant growth rate due to a number of driving factors.

Scope of FTL & LTL Market in (Germany, Turkey, GCC) Report-

Land transportation is nothing but the transport or movement of animals, people, or goods on land from one location to another location. The two foremost forms of land transport can be deliberated to be road transport and rail transport. Land transportation is characterized vehicles moving on wheels such as bikes, motorcycles, cars, trucks, vans, and trains. There are nearly five types of transportation for land which include road transportation, the first and most general mode of transportation in logistics, maritime transportation, air transportation, rail transportation, and intermodal transportation. Road transportation is one of the commonly used methods for transport by using the road. Land transportation on roads can be approximately grouped into the transportation of people and transportation of goods. The transportation is commonly done by FTL (full truckload) and LTL (less than truckload).

This type of transportation is relatively useful than any other transport, road transport gives various advantages such as less capital outlay, flexible service, lesser risk of damage, rapid speed, and many more. The main advantage of road transport is that it can allow door-to-door delivery of materials & goods and can deliver an extremely cost-effective means of cartage, loading, and unloading. This transportation is easy to access in hilly zones whereas road transports are considered as a better method of transportation to transport goods or materials in a short distance. Several FTL and LTL services together with land transportation are being used in various industries including food & beverages, manufacturing, retail, agriculture, metal & mining, healthcare and others. The canoe was originated in 8,000 B.C. and the very first method of public transportation was a stagecoach that functioned in 1662 in Paris.

The study provides a crucial view of the land transportation (FTL & LTL) market by segmenting the market based on Service Type, Business type and End User industry. Based upon the end user industry, land transportation (FTL & LTL) market is segmented into Metal Ores, Mining and Quarrying Products, Non-Metallic Mineral Products, Cars & Vehicle Parts, Basic Metals, Fabricated Metal Products, Wood and Products of Wood & Cork, others. Based upon the service type, land transportation (FTL & LTL) market is segmented into FTL and LTL. Based upon the Business type, land transportation (FTL & LTL) market is segmented into B2B and B2C.

FTL & LTL Market in (Germany, Turkey GCC) Segmentation: -

The Germany, Turkey & GCC Land Transportation (FTL & LTL) market research reports segments as follows:

Germany, Turkey & GCC Land Transportation (FTL & LTL) Market: By Service Type

  • Full Truck Load
  • Less Truck Load

Germany, Turkey & GCC Land Transportation (FTL & LTL) Market: By Business Type

  • Business -to- Business
  • Business-to-Consumer

Germany, Turkey & GCC Land Transportation (FTL & LTL) Market: By End-Use Industry

  • Metal Ores, Mining and Quarrying Products
  • Non-Metallic Mineral Products
  • Cars & Vehicle Parts
  • Basic Metals, Fabricated Metal Products
  • Wood and Products of Wood & Cork
  • Others

FTL And LTL Market

Germany, Turkey & GCC Land Transportation (FTL & LTL) Market: Market Player Analysis

  • DB Schenker
  • Fercam S.p.A.
  • Gondrand Group
  • KLG Europe
  • Ital Logistics
  • Kuehne + Nagel, Inc.
  • Gulf Worldwide Logistics LLC
  • Global logistics
  • Others

In Germany, increasing growth of e-commerce industry is one of the noticeable factors fueling the growth of the land transportation (FTL & LTL) market across Germany. And also, the cumulative demand for goods owing to its production in the country is another major contributor to the intensifying land transportation (FTL & LTL) market growth. The production of goods in the country is respectively climbing due to growing demand for it. For instance, according to the Trading Economics; Federal Statistical Office 2021, the production of goods in Germany augmented to nearly 6.40 percent in July of 2021 completed the same month in 2020. Likewise, production is the most important sector in industry Germany and accounts for 79 percent of the entire production. The manufacturers of capital goods verified an upsurge of 2.5% in the country. Similarly, the annual production capacity of goods in Germany is about 20,000 vehicles due to strong demand. This increase in the production of goods is radically due to the highly developing transport sector. The demand for goods in the country not only enhances productivity but also improves land transports and FTL as well as LTL. As the goods production in-country increases, the need for transportation to its location ultimately increases. However, the risk related with cross border transportation is predictable to impede the growth of the land transportation (FTL & LTL) market growth in Germany. In spite that, appealing with service providers who are acknowledged about adopts initiatives for improving vehicle mileage may deliver the opportunity for buyers to negotiate for cost-effective prices in Germany.

In Turkey, increasing technological developments and high industrialization to enrich the demand for FTL and LTL services along with the land transportation (FTL & LTL) market during the forthcoming years. The highly increasing logistic sector is one of the significant factors set to intensify the growth of the land transportation (FTL & LTL) market in Turkey. Logistics overall is a fresh sector in Turkey which has made tremendous development in current years. Turkey is one of the dynamic countries which are making the high development in logistic sectors. For instance; according to the Railly News, in January 2021, the transportation of around 450 thousand trucks FTL (Full Truck Load) was achieved in Turkey each day, where there are nearly 856 thousand trucks on the road of Turkey.

Also, about 90% of the goods or materials are transported by highways where almost $ 100 billion logistics industry arrived in 2021 with hopes in Turkey. The logistic industry is achieving the highest growth in Turkey nowadays and experiences a wave of privatization while boosting tremendous development of the sector. Double-digit progress rates in the logistic industry have fascinated several international players which ultimately enhancing the demand for the land transportation (FTL & LTL) market mainly with FTL and LTL in Turkey over the forecast period. However, commercial vehicles have been extremely slow due to higher operation costs which may hamper the growth of land transportation (FTL & LTL) market. Despite this, the requirements for transporters have enlarged with augmented demand for diverse products and services, which may provide lucrative an opportunity for land transportation (FTL & LTL) market growth in Turkey.

in GCC countries, increasing trading activities are drastically flourishing the land transportation (FTL & LTL) market growth during the forecast period. Several activities related to trade have been witnessed to rise owing to the increase in globalization in the last several years. For instance; according to the World Integrated Trade Solution 2019, Kuwait had an optimistic trade balance of 30,951,203.83 in thousands of US$. The trade growth of Kuwait is around -5.08% associated with a world growth of -1.13%. Similarly, the exports of goods and services are of GDP 53.29% and imports of goods and services are 44.89% as a percentage of GDP in Kuwait. The trade activities in GCC countries are dynamically enhancing along with the manufacturing and globalization. However, lack of road safety, skilled workers, and high cost of petrol may hamper the land transportation (FTL & LTL) market growth over the upcoming years. Despite this, rising modern means of transportation have donated momentously to the expansion of a country which can create the profitable opportunity to land transportation (FTL & LTL) market across the GCC countries.

Market Trends In FTL & LTL Market in (Germany, Turkey GCC) 


  1. A) Digitalization:- German transportation trucking companies, logistics specialists and transport service providers companies are more focused on digitalization, automation, vehicle technologies and general conditions in the road transportation industry. In terms of digitalization, many of the logistics professionals stated that digitalization has already greatly changed the industry. Land transportation service provider’s digitalization opens up new opportunities for its development and an increase in the flow of goods or products. Germany has an alliance of public transport companies and organizations that are established for studying urban transport with digitalization which has also the potential to radically change the business ecosystem in the sector. This digitalization not only enables the optimization of current value chains but also the reorganization of the entire value chain in Germany. Multimodal transport services in Germany can be optimized and efficiency for haulers can be increased with this digitalization and connectivity.
  2. B) Connected Trucks:- As connectivity solutions are radically transforming the transportation sector, so the wide variety of data that trucks can send and receive which is opening up completely new opportunities for the entire logistics chain. Thus, connectivity has been an integral part of the Daimler Trucks in Germany since 2013. The German Company Daimler’s Trucks set digital standards that extend across numerous brands and markets. For example; Daimler’s three flagship long-haul trucks, the Mercedes-Benz Actros, Freightliner Cascadia and FUSO Super Great, share the same electric/electronic architecture. All these three heavy-duty trucks also have the same “Common Telematics Platform”. This connectivity module is the “brain” of a connected truck. It receives and transmits data in real time and is the interface for all connectivity-related services. It uses Bluetooth, the mobile communication network, and GPS to communicate with the traffic infrastructure, with other vehicles, and with other systems that are involved in the logistics process. This connectivity not only helps customers to manage their fleets but also reduces the downtimes of their trucks. For example; Mercedes-Benz Uptime, Detroit Connect Virtual Technician, and the Truckonnect telediagnosis system continuously monitor the operation of the vehicle technology as well as the levels of the various vehicle fluids. If repairs or maintenance are needed, the systems automatically notify the fleet operator and the workshop. Critical situations are thus detected early on so that they can be resolved before the vehicle breaks down. In addition, such systems enable workshop appointments to be efficiently combined. This feature saves the customers time and improves their bottom line, because they only make money when their trucks are on the road. These connected services to commercial vehicles are ensuring greater efficiency and safety as well as reduced workload in road logistics and off-highway applications. By using connectivity solutions fleet managers and operators can keep track of their fleet in real time and manage each vehicle individually which include determining the vehicle’s current position, reserving parking spaces and managing maintenance and the digital vehicle key.
  3. C) Commercial Electric Vehicles:- Logistics, especially in urban areas in Germany has changed dramatically with commercial electric vehicles as sustainability & environmental protection have a high priority for the commercial vehicle industry. This reduces the importance of conventional internal combustion engines. Also as the electric mobility in commercial vehicles offers enormous potential, also with regard to new logistics concepts on the "last mile", for example, quiet and locally emission-free commercial vehicles could enable the supply and disposal of the inner cities even at night or at least at off-peak hours in order to relieve the rush hours. Also electric commercial vehicles are powered by electricity instead of diesel or gasoline. In Germany the use of commercial electric trucks for land transportation is increased as the German government’s e-mobility specialist’s offering covers vans, trucks and waste-disposal vehicles from several manufacturers including Mercedes-Benz, IVECO, MAN and DAF.
  4. D) Intelligent Transportation Systems: In order to tackle the challenges of the 21st century in the field of road transport, the deployment of intelligent transport systems (ITS) is an essential element of Germany’s transport policy. The German country’s main focus is on intelligent vehicle and infrastructure systems which can make road transport safer, more efficient and more environmentally friendly by cooperating with each other. Road transport does not stop at national borders. Therefore, many German companies are promoting the greater use of ITS and their interfaces with other modes of transport not only at the national but also at the European level. In the era of a common European market, well-functioning intelligent transport systems require. In Germany, the Act on Intelligent Transport Systems in road transport and their interfaces with other modes of transport (IVSG) was published in the Federal Law Gazette 2013 Part I, No 29, p. 1553 on 20 June 2013 and entered into force on 21 June 2013. this Directive 2010/40/EU of the European Parliament and of the Council of 7 July 2010 on the framework is for the deployment of Intelligent Transport Systems in the field of road transport and for interfaces with other modes of transport (OJ L 207 of 6 August 2010, p. 1) was transposed into German law by the IVSG. All the “Intelligent transport systems” within the meaning of the Act in Germany are systems in which information and communications technologies are used in road transport and at interfaces with other modes of transport.

With the Federal Ministry of Transport and Digital Infrastructure, the Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) advisory council consisting of federal states, federal ministries, local authorities, industry and trade associations which are developed a national ITS Action Plan for the Roads in Germany and European countries. This plan includes the interfaces with other modes of transport and covers the period to 2020. The ITS Action Plan in Germany was agreed with all parties involved and defines the approach to be adopted for the coordinated evolution of existing ITS and the accelerated deployment of new ITS to enhance road safety, improve transport efficiency and reduce the adverse environmental impact of transport.

Some Potential Trends in Germany can be:

1) Advanced Machine Learning / AI:- AI is one of the important reasons for this is the rapid advancement of autonomous vehicles.  For the German truck industry, this couldn’t be any accurate. What previously was a process of a very singular, manual, labor-intensive by picking up & delivering a package has been replaced by truck transportation companies by executing logistic processes called truck platooning, smart cargo, capacity-as-a-service, optimized predictive maintenance, crowdsourced delivery, driver/truck/road-specific routing, automated driver assists, and the list goes on and on. This is possible with the digital technologies such as artificial intelligence (AI), cloud, Internet of Things (IoT), advanced analytics and machine learning, these and many other truck capabilities & mobility services are available in Germany, today or are expected to be readily available by 2030. For example; Volvo is currently working to put three autonomous solutions on the market in the near future. Volvo is also developing highway applications, where trucks operate between two hubs. These trucks look more like regular vehicles, and they are faster than Vera. The third solution is being applied in a project in Norway. Six autonomous Volvo FH trucks will transport limestone on a five-kilometer stretch, partly through tunnels, between the mine and the crusher.

2) Self-Driving Trucks/ Autonomous Vehicles:- Through its new regulation, Germany has become the first country in the world to allow Self-driving trucks or autonomous vehicles onto public roads without requiring a human backup safety driver behind the wheel. The country’s new law therefore takes a considerable step beyond the Level 3 vehicles recently authorized in Japan. Unlike higher levels of autonomy, Level 3 “conditional automation” requires the driver to remain behind the steering wheel and be ready to take over control of the vehicle when prompted and it raises serious questions about proper implementation. Elsewhere and until now, permits have been granted on a case-by-case basis in countries around the world only for testing autonomous vehicles. Mobileye has been testing in Germany since receiving such a permit almost a year ago, in parallel to testing on public roadways in Israel and the United States with additional locations slated soon to follow France, China, and Japan. It is characterized as “high automation,” Level 4 and it is the second highest level of autonomy identified by the Society of Automobile Engineers (SAE) in Germany. A Level 4 AV is a vehicle fully capable of driving itself within specific areas and under certain conditions, and might be for cargo or passengers, whether privately owned or made available on demand on a Mobility-as-a-Service (MaaS) basis.

3) Big Data:- Big Data solutions allow fleet managers to harness mountains of information and make strategic actionable changes to their fleet. Discover how Big Data and intelligent automated solutions are helping improve vehicle performance and fleet management.


Turkey’s transportation and logistics sector has been one of Turkey’s fastest-growing industries as according to Road Transport Report (January-July 2020), Turkey possesses Europe’s largest truck fleet i.e. about 90% of domestic freight by volume is handled by trucking and road transport. About some 850,000 trucks made up fleets across the country. In Turkey, about 450 thousand trucks of goods are carried as FTL per a day. The monthly FTL shipment volume is over 13.5 million trucks. Turkey has the largest truck market in Europe. 1.2 million SRC (authorized) certified truck drivers earn money by transportation. Turkey’s transportation sector’s influence is expected to increase over time with increasing digitalization & new technologies. Turkey’s Road freight transportation is a key function of modern societies and at the same time, road freight transportation accounts for significant emissions.

All service providers are focusing on digitalization which includes automation, digitized information, and AI to improve efficiency, reduce costs, and increase service levels in road freight transportation (FTL & LTL services). As digitalization does not only enable optimization of the current value chains, but also re-organization of the complete value chain so turkey’s land transportation services is highly emerging as with digitalization and connectivity, multimodal transportation can be optimized and efficiency for haulers can be increased.

In this digitalization, the effect of automation is boosting the lower levels of automated driving in which truck platooning is expected to provide several benefits. Many companies in Turkey are adopting new technologies regarding digitalization and automation. For example; on March 11th, 2021; ZF has signed a deal with Turkey-based Barsan Global Logistics, a global provider of integrated logistics services, to equip its commercial vehicle fleet with advanced Transics-branded connectivity solutions in Europe and the Middle East. Under the agreement, ZF’s Commercial Vehicle Control Systems division, formed from its acquisition of WABCO, will equip Barsan’s 800 trucks and 1,000 trailers with its Transics-branded TX-SKYTM on-board computers and its TX-TRAILERPULSETM advanced trailer monitoring and remote diagnostics solution. Connected with the cloud-based digital services platforms TX-CONNECTTM and TX-TRAILERFITTM, fleets get real-time access to operational data helping to optimize trailer capacity and utilization, while also enabling access to trailer health. Through real-time fleet management capabilities and data-driven insights, ZF’s advanced Fleet Management Solutions (FMS) will enable Barsan to further differentiate its strong customer service and quality commitment by supporting its digital transformation journey and enhancing operational efficiency. The deal was completed in close collaboration with Intermobil, ZF’s long-standing Turkish partner. And, on November 13th, 2019; Ford Otosan and AVL announced that they will undertake autonomous truck platooning in Turkey as for groundbreaking initiative, Ford Trucks’ new F-Max tractors with Ford Otosan and AVL platooning technology have successfully completed initial test drives in Turkey. The term digital transformation has been among Turkey’s priorities, which it believes would help unleash the country’s potential as it moves toward its 2023 vision for marking the centenary of the Republic of Turkey.

In addition, new technology such as big data analytics in Logistics is being transformed through the power of data-driven insights and this is with the vast degree of digital transformation and the internet of things, unprecedented amounts of data can be captured from various supply chain in Turkey.  For example; one of the leading companies in Turkey i.e. DHL Logistics is providing big data analytics with their services and it is increasingly becoming part of the de-facto operating model for the logistics industry in Turkey. It is due to the surging demand for personalized and context-based services has driven development of artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning applications which, in turn, have upped the need for larger datasets in the industry for better results. This Big data analytics holds the key to uncovering hidden issues across entire supply chains and surfacing trends that are not so obvious.


  1. A) Advanced Mapping & Mobile Tracking, Cloud-Based e-Commerce Logistics Platform:- In the transportation and logistics business advanced mapping, mobile tracking and cloud based eCommerce logistics platforms have become crucial part as its GPS or GPS technology extends further than just a tool to help drivers to navigate from locations. It also possible with its advancement in mobile technology & mobile apps for logistics mobility solutions GPS technology has fully transformed the transportation industry. With advanced mapping and GPS fleet tracking technology users can track the vehicles’ exact locations, routes, and arrival and departure times, so that user can better manage services and schedules. It is running a smart business as these advanced tracking systems and solutions, allowing them to closely monitor company’s employees, vehicles and inventory. As it can Track Truck GPS fleet tracking with Google Maps which offers the most innovative and effective commercial fleet technology solutions it is highly used technology in land transportation specially be eCommerce transportation service providers. For example; one of the leading companies from Kuwait Agility is largest logistics infrastructure in the region; it provides a bonded LTL/FTL Express Road Network to connect customers with the GCC. Its transportation service provides Tracking technology along with other technologies also. Its online tracking tool offers the peace of mind that comes with complete transparency.
  2. B) Real Time Tracking:- The transportation industry has long been incorporated digital technologies such as Artificial intelligence or real time technology into their supply chain and logistics. It is due to technology innovations are making it possible to think beyond functional silos. By making use of these technologies many GCC land transportation service providers have a high degree of automation and operational data and these transportation companies become more reliable, efficient and predictable. For example; At RSA Global have created a joint platform for shippers, transporters, and drivers in the GCC region called ClickRF. This has created to generate a digital marketplace for all road freight services across the UAE and GCC region for providing a service for fast, convenient, and transparent transport solutions. This system gives real-time information about cargo that needs transport, available trucking routes, as well as up-to-date rates. In addition, ClickRF enables all kinds of related transactions such as booking, rate bidding and negotiation, road freight tracking as well as payment. All steps are facilitated via a transparent real time communication between the supply chain stakeholders through the single window interface WhatsApp. The platform is powered by Artificial Intelligence (AI) and company’s voice-enabled intelligent assistant i.e. RiA which is an (IVA) interactive virtual assistant that is built on a groundbreaking platform of AI, ML and NLP.

Some Potential Trends in the GCC can be:

In addition, as digitalization & automation are transforming entire industries in GCC, and these new technologies are streamlining the road freight market in the GCC countries. Big data and analytics is also a trending technology in land transportation in GCC countries as companies can truly benefit by using this technology and tools which capture detailed types of data along the entire supply chain and analyze them. This big data and analytics help companies to better understand their business processes and customer preferences. This is by making data-driven rather than random adjustments & decisions, improve performance, and create greater value for their customers. So, road freight companies are investing in data collecting tools and ensure the right interpretation of the information to be able to base future strategies on collected data and this is what the big data and analytics is perfect for.

The GCC governments have embarked on their Big Data journeys with an important understanding that is this Big Data is not only about technology, but a strategic key feature of the future. Most GCC countries have recognized the importance of this disrupting technology and have designed forward-looking strategies for e.g., UAE Smart Data Strategy, Tasmu Qatar, KSA Strategy, and Smart Dubai to unlock the possibilities offered by Big Data. To date, some of these countries remain in the strategizing phase and are working on developing concrete applications. By this big data and analytics technology Gulf countries benefit from unique strengths to be able to unlock new opportunities offered by Big Data such as the availability of strong leadership commitment, an efficient legislative system and a state-of-the-art technology & infrastructure foundation as it is critical for GCC countries to quickly progress from the planning phase in order to start implementing the key foundations required to enable Big Data applications at a government level.

In addition, most of the shipping moves through the countries of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) are by truck.  One of the potential trends for the land transportation service providers is the driverless trucks as Autonomous trucks i.e. driverless vehicles are operate independently and it is an emerging technology with significant potential benefits for GCC countries, particularly given the region’s ambitious plans for shifting to foster digitization, a knowledge-based economy and develop human capital. Manufacturers from the GCC countries are making noteworthy progress in developing autonomous truck technology with mass production possible in the next 10 to 15 years. One of the studies predicts that the GCC could benefit more than any other region from the roll out of automated vehicles and this is with persistent safety concerns, worsening driver shortage and rising carbon footprints. For example, according to a recent study by management consultancy Strategy& (formerly Booz & Co), the driverless trucks which have long seemed far-fetched notion will play a key role in road freight transport for the GCC.

The regions covered in this global zika virus vaccines market report is North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific and Rest of the World. On the basis of country level, the market is sub divided into U.S., Mexico, Canada, U.K., France, Germany, Italy, China, Japan, India, Southeast Asia, Middle East, GCC (UAE, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait) Africa, etc.

North America

  • U.S.
  • Canada


  • Germany
  • France
  • U.K.
  • Italy
  • Spain
  • Sweden
  • Netherland
  • Turkey
  • Switzerland
  • Belgium
  • Rest of Europe


  • South Korea
  • Japan
  • China
  • India
  • Australia
  • Philippines
  • Singapore
  • Malaysia
  • Thailand
  • Indonesia
  • Rest Of APAC

Latin America

  • Mexico
  • Colombia
  • Brazil
  • Argentina
  • Peru
  • Rest of South America

Middle East and Africa

  • Saudi Arabia
  • UAE
  • Egypt
  • South Africa
  • Rest Of MEA

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) :
FTL means (full truckload) and LTL Means (less than truckload).
The Germany Land Transportation (FTL & LTL) Market in terms of revenue was worth USD 64.33 Billion in 2020 and is expected to reach USD 76.18 Billion in 2027, growing at a CAGR of 2.31% from 2021 to 2027.
The Turkey Land Transportation (FTL & LTL) Market in terms of revenue was worth USD 31.46 Billion in 2020 and is expected to reach USD 46.69 Billion in 2027, growing at a CAGR of 6.05% from 2021 to 2027.
DB Schenker, Fercam S.p.A., Gondrand Group, KLG Europe, Ital Logistics, Kuehne + Nagel, Inc., SASCO GLOBAL SHIPPING LLC, Gulf Worldwide Logistics LLC, Global logistics

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