New report from yStats.com on the topic of logistics and E-Commerce, in its latest report Global E-Commerce delivery report 2011 “shows the Hamburg-based market research company yStats.com, that the logistics in online trading has become a decisive factor in the competition for customers. This will be in the report of the number of E-Commerce”analyzed developments in global online markets, making it uniquely informative in its composition. In the United States, try some traditional retailers, to compete with the efficiency of online retailers such as Amazon.com, and open up new ways to use their shops for the processing of online orders. The most common method of advertising, is there to revive the online business during the holiday season, free shipping. A regular shipping free delivery service for food has introduced-the online retailer in Japan meanwhile Amazon.co.jp and lured the customers end 2010 with a discount of 10%.
The logistics is especially in the Chinese online trading, Delivery of the goods from the warehouse to the customers, however, still a bottleneck, as yStats.com’s report makes clear. European online merchants to invest heavily in logistics Deutsche Post (DHL), DPD, GLS, Hermes and UPS are the most important logistics for the online trade in Germany. The British E-Commerce Portal Amazon.co.uk has now introduced the free delivery for orders amounting to over 25 GBP (29 EUR) for customers from 17 European countries. In France, TNT acquired 50% of the shares of the French package delivery service of Adrexo colis express to strengthen its position in the fast-growing – Commerce and B2C-shipping sector of the country. Also Groupe 3 Suisses, a major player in the European E-Commerce, invested in the modernisation of its logistics activities. As the report Global E-Commerce delivery report 2011 “shows, were in Italy Bartolini and SDA 2010 the logistics company that is most commonly used by online stores. The majority of the Belgian online shops used the post followed for the delivery of packages the Poczta Polska was followed most popular UPS Polska and DHL Express courier services in Poland.
One-third of the Dutch online buyer stated even more online to buy, if the delivery service would improve. The largest Turkish B2C logistics base was established by the private shopping site Markafoni. Press contact: yStats.com GmbH & co. KG Behringstrasse 28a, D-22765 Hamburg phone: + 49 (0) 40-39 90 68 50 fax: + 49 (0) 40-39 90 68 51 E-Mail: Internet: Twitter: ystats about yStats.com since 2005 researched yStats.com current, objective and requirement-oriented market and competitive intelligence for executives from different industries. The Hamburg-based company with an international orientation focuses on the secondary market research. yStats.com offers both market – and competition reports as well as customized research services. Customers include leading companies in the areas of B2C E-Commerce, electronic payment systems, Mail order and direct marketing, logistics, as well as banks and consultancies.