Lockdown-induced e-commerce shift here to stay for supply chains

Date Added: 13 April 2022

Lockdown-induced e-commerce shift here to stay for supply chains

As an international logistics service provider, Davies Turner's presence in the e-commerce logistics arena is growing and we note that more than a third of businesses believe that the move to online shopping seen during the COVID-19 pandemic is now a permanent shift, according to new research from international supply chain and logistics consultancy SCALA.

From surveying business leaders across the grocery and homeware industries, 36% of companies believe that e-Commerce will now remain at the inflated levels seen during the COVID-19 pandemic, wherein enforced social distancing restrictions prompted a surge in e-Commerce activity.

Notably, the majority of businesses also reported a belief that e-Commerce levels will increase further still over the coming months, with more than two-thirds (67%) of grocery businesses, and 89% of non-grocery businesses predicting that more growth is yet to come.

The full report can be read here:

https://www.aircargoweek.com/lockdown-induced-ecommerce-shift-here-to-stay-for-supply-chains/

For more information about the Davies Turner Group’s international freight services and to discuss e-commerce fulfilment requirements, please speak to your usual contact in our company, or contact logistics@daviesturner.co.uk.

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