Depending on the threshold, most online shoppers in France expect their online order to be shipped for free. One in three online shoppers in France expect all of their online orders to be shipped for free, regardless of the order value. There are many factors that decide whether an online shopper will place an order or not. One of these factors is the cost of
Consumers in Europe are doing their groceries more and more online. Especially the United Kingdom, where 42% say to buy more online than in store. This is one of the results from a study by Amcor. This study surveyed 1,000 online grocery shoppers in the United Kingdom, France, Germany, the Netherlands and Sweden to gain insights on the online fresh food shopping market.
To avoid a potential fine of €1 million per day, Amazon shuts its warehouses in France for a week. This follows a French court ordering Amazon to limit its deliveries to essential goods. It also has to allow an inspection of the safety arrangements during the COVID-19 outbreak crisis. Based on this order, Amazon decided to temporarily close all six French warehouses instead
Amazon temporarily extends its return period and limits stock weights for products that require two people to pick, pack or ship. This is a consequence of new measurements for the business while dealing with the COVID-19 outbreak. Return period Merchants on Amazon will see the platforms return window extended to the 31st of May, reports Tamebay. This accounts for all
Amazon hires up to 100,000 new employees to support the delivery of goods and critical supplies. As the online demand increases due to social distancing and self-isolation because of COVID-19, Amazon works hard to keep things running smoothly. Specific product categories see a high increase in demand. Amongst these are household essentials and medical supplies. Earlier, the