International Online Retailers Have Ambiguous Opinions About Russia

We look for more feedback and questions to offer the best fit solution

We analyze the demand and we know that the Russian buyer is attracted, first of all, by the uniqueness of the assortment of foreign shops

For the 13th time McCormick Place West Center brought together the world’s leading online market players in Chicago to discuss trends and innovations, identify problem areas and find ways to solve them.

Boxberry delivery service presented its logistics solutions for online retailers from around the world among other 600 exhibitors. “We talked to representatives of online stores from different countries and concluded that when entering the international market, retailers try to minimize risks and integrate existing business processes into new conditions. They are looking for a partner who offers a turnkey solution that does not require global changes and expect the partner`s service takes into account all customs and legislative requirements of the recipient’s country, ” — says the head of Boxberry International, Marat Artuganov.

International sellers have a contradictory opinion about Russia. On the one hand, this is a super-attractive market which grows about 20% per year in terms of online sales. On the other hand, one third of respondents had a poor experience of interaction with both their local and Russian postal services. Concerns about the safety of shipments, prolonged delivery times and lack of awareness of the work of customs services hamper their desire to conquer our market.

Nevertheless, international online stores are considering the perspective of reaching the Russian audience. Large and small online stores in the US are interested in having a warehouse of a logistics partner in their country and better if the…

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