The impact of Brexit on international e-commerce
At the end of 2020, the UK will leave the European single market and the European customs union. Whether the exit will take place with a "hard Brexit" or with an agreement after all is not yet certain - in autumn 2020. What impact will Brexit have on you as a cross-border e-commerce retailer? We will tell you!
E-commerce localization: How is it done
Global e-commerce and localization - do they even fit together? Before we answer this question in more detail, we'll ask a new one: What does Localization actually mean in cross-border e-commerce?
Eco-friendly online store: this is how it works!
In this blog we show you how to make your online shop more sustainable. And, by the way, exceed customer expectations by far!
VAT OSS and IOSS from 2021: a huge challenge for the swiss e-commerce
IOSS and OSS in e-commerce: Are you an online retailer and would you like to sell your products abroad carefree even in 2021? Then this blog is a must read! Don't worry, we will keep it short ...
E-Commerce return rate in Switzerland - how to reduce it
The return rate has a direct influence on your costs in e-commerce. Even more complicated is the return handling in cross-border e-commerce. But not only that: Returns from abroad are also much more expensive. Learn how to reduce the returns rate in Switzerland and save cash.
Data quality in e-commerce: using data to optimize your own logistics
Data quality in e-commerce is one of the critical success factors. You should therefore pay very special attention to them. Because they have a direct influence on your profit. We will tell you why here.
Can e-commerce be eco-friendly? Your guide to sustainable logistics.
E-commerce and sustainability - for many a contradiction! For you too? Asendia Switzerland shows you that e-commerce can also be environmentally friendly. This blog provides you with a guide on how to make your logistics more sustainable.
Green e-commerce through sustainable packaging
Sustainability is on everyone's lips today, and has long since ceased to be just a trend. Customers expect sustainability to be taken into account in e-commerce as well. One way of responding to your customer needs is sustainable packaging. In the following blog we give you tips on how you can package your products ecologically and score points with your customers.
How to successfully market logistics and increase KPIs
All online retailers want to improve their KPIs. Whether it’s conversion rate, referrals or repeat business, it is always possible to do more. However, few people know that their logistics and how they promote them can play an important role—particularly when it comes to Swiss trade.
How can e-commerce logistics influence KPIs?
Logistics can improve or kill your e-commerce KPIs. In cross-border e-commerce this is the case ten times over! In this article you will learn which e-commerce KPIs are influenced by logistics, and learn how you can improve them.
Optimise the returns process for Importing Goods to Switzerland
Online merchants understand the impact returns have on e-commerce performance. Here’s a statistic: in Switzerland, when the fashion sector imports goods into Switzerland it has an expected return rate of up to 60%! It’s therefore essential that returns processes are optimised, work efficiently and reduce overall costs.
Minimise customs duties and increase customer satisfaction with Asendia
"Customers are only satisfied when they get the goods quickly and without fuss."
Solution of export, DDP logistics for international traders
"Our biggest challenges for a successful export to Switzerland were import restrictions, cost-efficient processes and functioning DDP logistics.”
International e-commerce shipping simplified with Asendia
"The only questions that come up in our service center come from customers who can't believe that all fees are actually paid with the payment of the order."
Swiss customs allowance for fashion retailers - Save costs when exporting to Switzerland
E-commerce merchants in the fashion sector know that Switzerland is an extremely attractive target market. The high purchasing power and expensive prices at home make Swiss people like shopping abroad. In addition, special products and slow movers are often not available locally.
Incoterms DDP and DAP
In cross-border e-commerce, the customs clearance Incoterms DDP and DAP are often referred to, but what do they actually mean, and why are they so important for you as an online retailer? We'll give you the lowdown! We’ll also explain why you can sell even more with DDP. Intrigued? Then keep reading!
The customer requirements for Swiss e-commerce - Die Post
What’s necessary to make your online shop fit for shipping products to Switzerland? What are the customer requirements for Swiss e-commerce? Read on - because with our tips, your repurchase and referral rates will increase significantly.