Bring boosts its offering for webshops in Denmark
Bring is launching new e-commerce services in a rapidly expanding market.
The market for e-commerce continues to grow, with an increase of 15% expected in Denmark in 2014 alone. Consumers have clear demands, and competition between e-commerce companies is tough. A fast, flexible network of delivery alternatives is a success factor. Bring has listened to this, and is now boosting its offering to provide a new, flexible alternative for consumer parcels in Denmark:
“Consumers have clear preferences about receiving their parcels, where and when it suits them. Bring has listened and is now offering a countrywide facility for evening delivery at home and faster delivery via collection points in shops seven days a week or from a self-service parcel locker, just as close to Danes as their local grocery stores,” says Jens Rom, Senior Vice President of Bring Denmark.
The Danish E-commerce Association (FDIH) confirms that the battle for consumers often is about delivery:
“Competition has become tougher among webshops looking to access Danish wallets. The battle for consumers is often about delivery – meaning where, how and when you receive what you’ve bought. Time’s precious, and there’s an increasing demand to have goods delivered quickly, where it suits the customer and when you’re free,” says Annette Falberg, CEO, FDIH.
“Bring has the most flexible, comprehensive offering in Denmark, and Danish e-shoppers now want more options when it comes to deliveries of their e-purchases. The benefits we offer e-shoppers include faster delivery, flexible return options and attractive delivery to consumers thanks to more options and proximity to collection points,” concludes Senior Vice President Bring Denmark, Jens Rom.
Bring’s parcel offering with delivery to Danish consumers offers a large number of delivery options:
• Collection points (pick up your parcel in a shop)
• Self-service parcel locker
• Home delivery
For more information, contact
Jens Rom, Senior Vice President Bring Denmark, +45 29416611, firstname.lastname@example.org