Parcel Monitor: Cross-Border E-Commerce Logistics in Europe

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2021 was no doubt an impressive year for e-commerce in Europe with an overall rise in imported and domestic parcels.  With the increased penetration of online marketplaces across the region, domestic e-commerce players have been seeking territorial expansion as a means of achieving growth.

On that note, our media partner, Parcel Monitor unpacks this in their recent article on cross-border e-commerce in the European market. Key highlights of the study are as follows:

  • The majority of European countries saw an increase in imported parcel shipments in Q1 2022.
  • Belgium, France and the United Kingdom witnessed a greater growth in domestic parcels than international ones.
  • Most cross-border packages in Europe came from Canada, China and the United States.

For the full scoop, check out the article here! 

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