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A requirement for online store sales is the continuous increase of visitor counts. Visitor traffic in itself does not directly increase sales, but the online store owner must ensure that as many of the visitors as possible add products to their shopping basket and pay for their purchase. This is called a conversion percentage, which calculates how many visitors per one hundred visitors make an order.

Competition between online stores for market shares is becoming tighter while the markets combine and consumers’ trust in cross-border trade increases. The most important element of success for an online store is visitor traffic - without potential customers, you cannot sell.

Starting international trade is easier than one might think. Consumer confidence in cross border shopping is increasing and the demand for international consumers can be tested easily. A third party logistics partner like OGOship makes it easy to test international shipments with low risk and minimum effort.

Free your time from logistic operations! Outsourcing storage and shipments are no longer just for companies with large volumes. Actually, benefits of outsourcing are most vital to those who have limited time or investment resources in use. You can outsource all logistics: inventory, pick&pack, packaging and delivery processes.

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.