DHL’s e-commerce partnership covers all the channels

DHL eCommerce has formed a strategic alliance with ChannelAdvisor, a cloud-based e-commerce solutions provider.
ChannelAdvisor enables retailers and brands to sell on marketplaces and improve their online performance by optimising their operations.
With a single product data feed, retailers and brands can sync with over 107 marketplaces, said a joint statement.
“As orders and performance information flow back to the system, results are analysed and broken down to enable retailers/brands to optimize their e-commerce strategies,” it added.
Charles Brewer, chief executive of DHL eCommerce, said: “By leveraging technology platforms, retailers and brands can accelerate their cross border e-commerce strategy by easily expanding to new regions and selling to anyone, anywhere.
“This is made even easier with a global e-commerce logistics partner like DHL to ensure a seamless order fulfillment and shipping process.”
DHL eCommerce customers can utilise the network of shared-use facilities “at transactional prices” to enable high-quality e-commerce order fulfillment with best-in-class operations and multiple shipping options.
Paul Colucci, vice president, global business development, at ChannelAdvisor, said: “It’s essential that brands and retailers diversify their digital and multi-channel strategies to succeed in today’s evolving industry.”

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