DHL pilots new international ecommerce returns process

DHL pilots new international e-commerce returns process

Parcel volume globally grew 17 percent last year to 74.4 billion parcels. This is up from 63.6 billion in 2016, according to Pitney Bowes Shipping Index. That means on average there are 2,300 parcels shipped every second across the world. With cross-border e-commerce booming, sources say DHL is testing a new international e-commerce returns process to officially deploy in 2019. …

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Understanding the challenges and opportunities of cross-border ecommerce

We live in a world where boundaries are becoming blurred as cross-border ecommerce becomes the norm. No longer does a retailer have to rely on finding customers in their own backyard. In today’s world, a customer in the US can purchase clothes from a seller in the UK or makeup from a merchant in Singapore. Cross-border ecommerce plays a major …