By knowing what’s true and what’s false about expanding abroad, you’re better equipped to enter the global market with confidence and ease.
We are all keenly aware that global ecommerce is growing faster than domestic ecommerce, but trying to figure out how to execute global ecommerce, and make it as profitable as it can be, isn’t easy.
U.S.-based merchants are growing their cross-border business, according to survey results from MCM Outlook 2014.
Through this partnership, the merchant will now provide international shipping to more than 100 countries and territories worldwide.
The new 150,000 square foot facility will support client growth, including The Children’s Place, which recently signed a new multiyear agreement with eBay Enterprise.
Growing numbers of U.S. merchants seeking to expand beyond the hyper-competitive domestic market are looking north to Canada. Learn more in this white paper from Multichannel Merchant.
UPS announced this week that it has opened a $200 million expansion of its European air hub facility at the Cologne/Bonn Airport in Germany. This facility is one of the largest investments in the shipping titan’s history.
In an effort to improve cross-border shipping to Mexico, UPS has announced the opening of a new package sorting and delivery facility in Laredo, Texas.
The Associated Press is reporting that the second-largest city in the Czech Republic, Brno, has rejected a plan by Amazon to build a distribution center in the region.
On Bloomberg Television’s “In the Loop,” Prologis chairman and CEO, Hamid Moghadam touched on some of the hottest trends in American distribution including the location of the DCs to the customer and same-day delivery.