Online retailers are sprinting towards the day when they can offer consumers products anytime, anywhere and as quickly and affordable as possible. In the next few months we will see many big ecommerce players continue to pour funding into delivery projects that will bring instant gratification to the consumer. Here is a look at just some of those projects and tops trends we can expect to see for package shipping in 2014.
International sales from U.S. ecommerce retailers will jump from $11 billion in 2014 to almost $50 billion by 2020, according to a report by OC&C Strategy Consultants.
Men’s Wearhouse extends its reach to existing customers who live outside the United States by offering international shipping.
DHL announced plans to resume foreign package delivery in Russia after reaching an agreement with custom officials. Russian express delivery shipments from DHL and FedEx to individual Russian customers had been suspended on Jan. 23 because of stricter customs regulations and procedures.
Amazon has announced that it will now offer Sunday deliveries to a number of customers in cities across the United Kingdom, and Amazon Prime members in the UK can now receive their packages on Sundays at no additional charge.
Are you thinking about expanding globally into China with your brand? There may be some things you will want to think about before entering into the Chinese market with your business.
The call for speakers is open for Growing Global, Multichannel Merchant’s first-annual global ecommerce conference, which will be held July 15-16 in Long Beach, CA. Click to find out how you can participate in this exciting conference.
Is your product or service something that translates well into other cultures? If the answer is yes and you’re ready to take on the challenge of expanding globally, your next step is to plan how you’ll roll out ecommerce operations worldwide. The following six tips can help you achieve a successful launch
It was a record setting year for the sellers on Amazon who use the Fulfillment by Amazon service. According to a release from the marketplace, the number of sellers using the fulfillment service grew more than 65% in 2013 compared to 2012. Also, Fulfillment by Amazon shipped more units worldwide during the fourth quarter of 2013 than the total number of FBA units combined in all of 2009 and 2010.
An earlier holiday season, a big global push and more a big year for the United States Postal Service. These are just a few of Multichannel Merchant senior content manager Tim Parry’s fearless predictions for 2014.