E-commerce and Parcel Delivery
Advancing technology has made online shopping easier, safer and more accessible with the ability to browse and purchase from any device no matter where you are. The advance of advertising technology such as Google Shopping recently launched in a handful of countries (including Australia), further enhances the shoppers’ experience as it allows users to search for products, view images and prices instantly – making price and product comparisons quick and easy.
From clothes and electronics, to tools and building materials, to food and wine – there’s practically no limit to what you can buy online. Anything you can think of – chances are someone is selling it on the internet, on Ebay or Gumtree. There is no denying that the popularity of e-commerce has revolutionised the way we buy and sell. Consequently, the way we do business has changed too. Services like parcel delivery may have been considered to be predominately for getting Christmas presents to the grandchildren or a package to a relative interstate. Now it’s become a part of everyday life for many businesses and consumers.
“The benefits for both the shopper and the seller are great, making online shopping the obvious choice.”
Speed and Convenience
From a business perspective, an online store requires very little capital investment and overheads which makes it a perfect option for start-ups or businesses branching out into product sales. E-commerce allows sellers to reach more consumers locally and internationally, which may not always be feasible for small to medium enterprises through conventional marketing and sales techniques. The benefits for both the shopper and the seller are great, making online shopping the obvious choice.
“Getting your goods to your customers quickly and safely“
But it doesn’t end there. An essential link in the online shopping chain is parcel delivery. Getting your goods to your customers quickly and safely is as important as getting the sale in the first place. Especially within metro areas, consumers expectation has become “next business day delivery”. Online merchants that fail to deliver on this expectation, risking losing customers to their competitors.
Knowing that your parcel delivery is being taken care of by professionals means less stress for you and greater satisfaction for your customers. You need someone you can trust. At Freight Quote, we only work with carefully selected courier companies to ship your goods.
If you’re looking for a reliable parcel delivery specialist, get in touch with Freight Quote – your one stop transport and courier service.