With the rise in cross-border e-commerce comes an increase in cross-border deliveries. From logistics to trade agreements, there are many factors that affect cross-border deliveries.
Shipping is a significant part of the customer experience. Customers expect same-day or next-day shipping, and more and more want their orders delivered for free.
A total of 57% of shoppers say they’ll cancel their orders if shipping costs are too high, and 39% will abandon cart if you don’t offer free shipping. But international shoppers hold something else in even higher esteem: clear information about delivery charges before purchase.
Third-party logistics are used in supply-chain management to outsource part or all of the distribution and fulfillment services for a business.