Operations excellence is a key factor in e-com logistics. You need to tackle many must-win battles in order to compete with the fast growing online store market , where anyone can sell anything to anywhere. By outsourcing logistics operations, online retailers can also ensure that warehouse facilities are being kept up-to-date with digitalization, freight contracts are being negotiated yearly and delivery peaks are met. In addition, international deliveries and shipments with customs practices are done accordingly. In fact, over 85% of Fortune 500 companies are using 3PL partners. Read more!
Going Green: TOP5 tips to Improve the Environmental Impact of Your Online Store
There’s no doubt about it - the online store business is a huge deal. By 2022 business is reaching $5.8 trillion. Just think of all the extra orders that will be placed and products to be shipped and delivered to reach that figure. The environmental impact of the digital commerce growth will be huge. The climate change is a global issue.
It is time to Go Green. Acting with environmental consciousness is an investment for your brand
Case Artiks - International growth with OGOship
Small things and details matter. Artiks was founded in June 2018 to delight all households with quality wall art works. The founders’, Henrik’s and Patrik’s, passion for art and interior was the driving force to open an online store offers customers a wide selection of unique and stylish wall art - at the best possible prices and flexibility to anywhere in the world.
Shipping cost strategy for online retailer
Your shipping strategy and shipping costs are more important than ever for your online retail business, actual buyers want their products as soon as possible and they don't want to pay big shipping fees for it. So it is crucial to find the best and most suitable way and amount to charge your customers for shipping. This can be vital element for the success or failure of your online store, as it will directly affect your conversion rates.
Chronic returners - a threat to both business and the environment?
Each year, we send back around 2.267.961.850 kilograms in online store returns, and most of it, even barely used goods, might just end up pilling up in a landfill. It has been predicted that returns will cost around 550 billion USD to e-retailers in 2020. Read more how OGOship handles customer returns and why is it beneficial for your business!