BANGKOK, Nov. 24, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — DHL eCommerce, a multiplication of a world’s heading logistics company, Deutsche Post DHL Group, has launched a network of ServicePoints in Thailand to capacitate larger preference and choice for e-commerce sellers to boat inhabitant and for online shoppers to conveniently pick-up their orders.
Thai e-commerce sellers can now simply dump off their parcels during any one of a some-more than 200 locations and boat to their business nationwide. Similarly, consumersÂ will be means toÂ choose to collect adult their orders from a unequivocally same and simply reached sell locations inÂ early 2018. Over 1,000 ServicePoints will be launched over a entrance months to yield larger accessibility for both sellers and shoppers.
“We are intensely certain about a e-commerce expansion in Thailand, and have seen illusory expansion given we launched a domestic smoothness network in Thailand in 2016. We will continue to raise a existent solutions and launch new services to offer larger preference and choice for sellers and shoppers opposite Thailand,” says Kiattichai Pitpreecha, Managing Director, DHL eCommerce Thailand. “We are unequivocally gratified to now be means to offer parcel drop-off and pick-up locations, all of that are easy to access, elementary to use and yield a illusory patron experience.”
E-commerce sellersÂ on marketplace platforms can simply register with DHL eCommerce, deposition their parcels and have them processed within seconds, a most indispensable preference for many Thai e-commerce sellers. The ServicePoints are versed with state of a art record and designed to maximize mobility for SMEs and micro-SMEs.Â Customers will accept conveyance acknowledgment around SMS and email. Shipment track-and-trace, money on smoothness and conveyance word services are also available.Â
E-Commerce sellers on marketplaces to benefit
There are over 50,000 sellers on marketplaces in Thailand and adult to 20 million visits per day on tip marketplaces. With a corner partnership between DHL eCommerce and marketplaces in Thailand, sellers can now simply dump off their parcels during comparison ServicePoints or, and asÂ the companyÂ does today, ask for pickup.Â “All investigate tells us that both a seller and shopper wish some-more preference andÂ choices.Â A ‘one distance fit all’ proceed only doesn’t work. As such, we will continue toÂ offer some-more entrance points and make accessing a quick flourishing online shred easier and simpler,” adds Pitpreecha.
DHL eCommerce skeleton to quick enhance a network with some-more outlets and remuneration options, providing larger preference and truly integrated use for sellers, serve ancillary a impossibly quick flourishing Thai e-commerce market.
DHL ecommerce, handling in Thailand given 2016,Â is partial of Deutsche Post DHL Group. In Thailand, DHL has been benefaction given 1973 with a other groups DHL Express, DHL Global Forwarding and DHL Supply Chain.
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DHL is a heading tellurian code in a logistics industry. Our DHL family of groups offer an peerless portfolio of logistics services trimming from inhabitant and general parcel delivery, e-commerce shipping and accomplishment solutions, general express, road, atmosphere and sea ride to industrial supply sequence management. With about 350,000 employees in some-more than 220 countries and territories worldwide, DHL connects people and businesses firmly and reliably, enabling tellurian trade flows. With specialized solutions for expansion markets and industries including technology, life sciences and healthcare, energy, automotive and retail, a proven joining to corporate shortcoming and an peerless participation in building markets, DHL is decisively positioned as “The logistics association for a world”.
DHL is partial of Deutsche Post DHL Group. The Group generated revenues of some-more than 57 billion euros in 2016.
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