The E-Commerce Logistics Race in Europe

After analyzing the e-commerce logistics performance between different regions: US & Canada, Australia & New Zealand, and Southeast Asia, Parcel Monitor is back with another study on Europe. 

They analyzed countries like Germany, United Kingdom, France, and Poland in this study to see how each country fared against each other in Q1 2021. 

  1. Germany and Poland tied at fastest delivery at a transit time of 1.4 days 
  2. During peak season, the UK saw the largest growth in e-commerce volume
  3. France has the highest percentage of collection points usage with 23.4%

For a deeper understanding on Europe has performed in Q1 2021, head on to Parcel Monitor now!

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