- 24 November 2017
- Transport / Logistics Services
DHL eCommerce ServicePoints are to be rolled out across a number of key Asian markets.
The logistics and e-commerce support company said that one of its key targets has been Thailand where it has established a network of more than 200 ServicePoints. These will enable e-retailers to ship their goods nationwide and also enable their online customers to pick up their orders with minimum hassle. DHL have said that this number will grow to more than 1000 in the next few months.
“We are extremely positive about the e-commerce growth in Thailand , and have seen fantastic growth since we launched our domestic delivery network in Thailand in 2016. We will continue to enhance our existing solutions and launch new services to offer greater convenience and choice for sellers and shoppers across Thailand ,” said Kiattichai Pitpreecha, Managing Director, DHL eCommerce Thailand .
“We are really pleased to now be able to offer parcel drop-off and pick-up locations, all of which are easy to access, simple to use and provide a fantastic customer experience.”
In addition, on Tuesday last week, DHL eCommerce also announced that it has launched a ServicePoints network in Vietnam. The company statement said: “DHL eCommerce has already launched more than 100 ServicePoints and will continue to rapidly expand to more than 1,000 in the coming months.”
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