State of E-Commerce in the Netherlands

After studying the state of e-commerce in various countries like: US, Australia, Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, and Thailand, our media partner, Parcel Monitor and their in-house data team took a look at the country’s state of e-commerce for the second half of 2020. 

The Netherlands experienced two different waves of pandemic last year, with the Dutch government implementing stricter measures. However, in the second half of the pandemic, the country started opening up. How has that impacted the state of e-commerce in the Netherlands? 

  1. On average, parcels took 1.4 days transit time before first delivery attempt
  2. Parcels have a 95% of success rate at first delivery attempt 
  3. 6% of all parcels were delivered to collection points 

Wonder what really happened with e-commerce in the Netherlands over the past year? Read the full report at Parcel Monitor now!

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