OGOship Blog

Articles and case studies related to eCommerce and logistics. Please feel free to suggest topics! Subscribe to the OGOship Blog for the latest news on e-commerce!

 

For many shoppers, it’s much more convenient to order online from the comfort of their own homes than to go through the hassle of going to a shopping centre or retail district. Of course, this is great news for your sales in e-commerce! 3PL outsourcing frees your time to focus on things only you and your staff can do.

Tant och Farbror, or Aunts & Uncles is the Swedish subsidiary of the well-known high-end accessories brand. OGOship was able to offer a 3PL solution which helped Tant och Farbror to streamline their logistics. OGOship was able to offer Tant och Farbror a complete integrated 3PL service to ship goods anywhere worldwide, quickly, reliably, easily, and cost effectively. 

The e-Com market in Germany was worth 53.3 billion euros in 2018 and is expected to reach 57.8 billion euros in 2019. Are you already selling to Germany? Are you aware the newest rules and regulations with VAT?

What is happening with VAT? On 9 November 2018, the German Parliament passed a new law making online marketplaces liable for unpaid VAT by third-party merchants on their platforms. The move follows similar legislation in the UK which came into force in March 2018. The EU is going to replicate this in from January 2021. Read more!

Selling online enables you to sell all over the globe. In e-commerce anyone can sell anything to anywhere. However many online stores do not use this huge opportunity to scale up sales and reach new markets and potential customers. Why? Usually it comes down to the lack of understanding the cross-border fulfillment. Read more how to start.

 

 

Shipping orders from one single warehouse becomes inefficient once an online store is shipping multiple orders worldwide. Then it is time to think about spreading inventory to more than one location. This is called multi-warehousing or distributing inventoryThere are many advantages to multi-warehousing. Read more!