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E-commerce markets are growing year after year. The amount of online stores and delivery companies in increasing.This means that  the logistics of e-commerce keeps growing. Logistics face more and more challenges, as the end customers need shipments quickly and worldwide. What does it mean for your business? What the end customers really need now are alternative delivery options and flexibility.

More and more order fulfillment are sent every month. The increase in online spending and the specific delivery needs of end customers will shape e-commerce logistics. The methods of delivery we are used to now will certainly change in the future. Prepare your online store for the following five trends in e-com logistics.

Increasingly, American businesses are seeking to expand their operations to foreign markets overseas.
Global expansion allows opportunities for increased sales and revenue, but is also accompanied by considerable risk if not well-researched. Entering unknown markets can be rife with challenges, especially for companies who have not previously made a foray outside of the country.

Choosing a third-party logistics partner is an important decision, not only because you want a cost effective and reliable logistic solution, but because choosing a right partner you can build business relationship that supports your growth goals. So, when looking for a quality 3PL partner, what do you need to evaluate? Here are some factors to be considered.
The potential of global e-commerce is huge. E-commerce grows year by year. Cross border sales are increasing also yearly. Cross-border e-commerce offers many opportunities, but also challenges. Internationalization of e-commerce has never been easier, at least in theory.

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EU Data Protection Regulation and online retailer. The great thing about ecommerce is that it is easier than ever to grow your business beyond your borders. The GDPR will apply in all EU member states from 25 May 2018. This General Data Protection Regulation supports cross-border trade and therefore applies to the processing of personal data of all citizens