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Internet trade driving logistics growth

06 November 2017

WORLD According to a report by Transparency Market Research (TMR), online retail is set to grow by USD 800 bln by 2024. Together with this growth logistics services are also rapidly evolving.

“E-commerce logistics must meet the expectations of the ever-more demanding customers of e-stores. What is of key importance are low costs, quick delivery, with a broad range of delivery options and simple product returns. Services such as free delivery and return, click & collect and same-day-delivery are regarded by consumers to be standard,” says Artur Wojtaszek, the president of the board at Oex E-Business. “Both the largest e-commerce giants and the smallest online companies outsource logistics, either entirely or partially. Large companies focus on the development of sales and outsource their other services while smaller companies want to use the best logistic solutions that have been beyond their reach until now,” adds Artur Wojtaszek. Outsourcing also allows estores to offer comprehensive services and allows for international trade. According to a study by Forrester’s, as many as 84 pct internet users in the world have made a purchase from a foreign e-store while 45 pct of internet users in Poland have done so. According to a study by Pay Pal and Impos, by the end of 2017 local cross-border trade is to grow by nearly 24 pct compared to 2016.


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