Currently 27% of retailers and e-tailers use dropshipping, and this number has risen considerably in recent years.
Next-day delivery is now a minimum requirement for B2B e-commerce. But due to customers' expectations are increasing and some even expect to have a package delivered within a few hours. Do you as a B2B company want to relieve your B2B customers from these worries? Then include dropshipping into your e-commerce strategy.
- Download the white paper and get the latest insights on:
- What prices to ask for dropshipment
- The logistics process behind dropshipping
- Delivery agreements
Use the insights and tips to better understand your customers needs and to help you stay ahead of the dropshipping trend and gain competitive edge.