India Post joins hands with Shiprocket to boost cross-border e-commerce exports, simplifying logistics for small businesses.
For a global brand, Kerry Logistics Network (KLN) has used sorting robots to increase sorting and delivery efficiency and satisfy the booming demand for e-commerce fulfilment.
As per Delhivery CEO Sahil Barua, inflationary pressures could create a minor slowdown in the Indian e-commerce business, with growth rates of 15% to 20% expected for this FY.
Operating profit margins are predicted to be between 12 and 14 per cent in FY2024, as per ICRA, as the demand trend continues.
According to Piyush Kumar Singh, Board Advisor, Startup Consultant, Logistics & SCM Specialisation, India’s road transport industry has been greatly impacted by the growth of e-commerce, and the demand for last-mile delivery services has increased significantly.
According to Mani Bhushan, Chief Business Officer, Ekart, the adoption of e-commerce has also led to the evolution of road transportation with customer-first solutions.
India’s e-commerce logistics shipments and direct-to-consumer (D2C) brands witnessed growth in Tier 2 plus cities. The industry could log over 10 billion shipments by FY 2028.
One of the biggest integrated logistics companies, Maersk recently entered into a strategic partnership with berlin-based Cozero to improve the emission visibility for international e-commerce.
Flipkart’s service arm, Jeeves, was recognised as India’s Most Trusted Consumer Durables Service and Solution Provider 2022 for the second year in a row.
E-commerce is revolutionalising how businesses move inventory at such a rapid pace that even the most forward-thinking companies are struggling to meet consumer expectations. Simultaneously, same-day delivery is rapidly becoming the new standard.
With retailers competing fiercely to deliver as soon as possible, they are gradually realising that superfast delivery and rapid revenue growth cannot coexist.