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Japan's booming e-commerce market to get boost from DHL eCommerce


DHL eCommerce, a division of Deutsche Post DHL Group (DPDHL Group), is set to enhance Japan's booming cross-border e-commerce industry, which is growing at an compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 16 per cent and estimated to exceed EUR1.1 billion (US$1.16 billion) in 2018, according ti Shipping Gazette.
The company has officially launched its new outbound cross-border distribution centre located in Narita, to enable Japan's online merchants to sell directly to some of the hottest e-commerce destinations worldwide.
With an estimated cross-border e-commerce value of US$40.8 billion, the US is one of the top export destinations for Japan's e-commerce products. Europe also presents a tremendous opportunity for Japanese e-tailers. There are currently 303.1 million digital buyers in the region and total e-commerce sales volume has hit $70.3 billion.
With the new distribution centre, DHL eCommerce will introduce a new range of international shipping products to Europe, US and UK to cater to varying customer requirements. The DHL eCommerce Web Portal enables e-tailers to seamlessly integrate their orders into the DHL network by preparing orders for shipping individually or in bulk, track and generate reports all from a single portal, the company said.
Managing director, DHL Commerce Japan, Yoshihiko Sasaki said: "In Japan, SMEs and sellers on marketplaces such as Amazon and eBay are the main cross-border e-commerce players, targeting markets in Europe, Asia , and the Americas.
"To enable them to grow their business and reach a wider customer base internationally, they need a greater variety of international shipping solutions with high quality services while keeping their operational costs low. Specific e-commerce services are also needed, such as IT integration from shopping cart to delivery for a seamless logistics process."

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