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DHL starts to deploy electric motorcycles for B2C e-commerce delivery in Vietnam

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DHL eCommerce has already begun deploying the use of electric motorbikes in its domestic delivery operations in Vietnam

DHL eCommerce, a division of the world’s leading logistics company Deutsche Post DHL Group, has launched its nationwide domestic delivery operations in Vietnam.

The domestic delivery network will offer services across Vietnam and a range of services tailored for the booming e-commerce industry, which aims to help small, medium and large e-tailers and marketplaces increase their share amidst the rapidly growing e-commerce segment.

“The Vietnamese e-commerce market represents a huge and relatively untapped potential for local retailers, e-tailers and marketplaces: in 2016, total e-commerce spending hit US$1 billion despite barely over 50 per cent of the population being online,” said Charles Brewer, CEO, DHL eCommerce. “With e-commerce spending expected to grow at around 23 per cent per year between now and 2020, local e-tailers need scalable, high-quality logistics solutions with nationwide coverage more than ever before.”

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DHL eCommerce Vietnam offers domestic delivery nationwide across the country, managed by hubs and depots strategically located throughout the country. Its fleet of vans and motorbikes, coupled with regular air and road connections between its hubs, will support next-day delivery in Ho Chi Minh, Hanoi and other primary markets.

“Our new domestic delivery service brings to Vietnam DHL’s extensive experience in designing comprehensive logistics networks, coupled with tailored e-commerce solutions to tackle some of the most pressing roadblocks to e-commerce growth,” added Brewer, “With e-commerce, consumers are increasingly expecting greater choice, convenience and control in their delivery experience and we aim to deliver a smile in the last mile by providing an amazing and customer-centric delivery solution.”

When using the network, local e-tailers can assign shipments requiring cash-on-delivery (CoD) service through DHL eCommerce’s online portal. Consumers will also be able to open, check and return goods at the point of receipt thanks to DHL’s Open Box Delivery service, better aligning the online shopping experience with their preferred purchasing habits.

“Only 15 per cent of Vietnam’s e-commerce shoppers paid online in 2016, making CoD a must-have feature for e-commerce to succeed. That, combined with concerns about the hassle of returns and refunds, has made growth an uphill battle for many local e-tailers,” said Thomas Harris, Managing Director, DHL eCommerce Vietnam. “We recognise that having a fast and reliable delivery service won’t solve these issues alone, which is why we’ve tailored our nationwide network to seamlessly handle cash payments with next day cash remittance and returns to take the burden off local e-tailers so they can fully focus on growth and customer experience.”

Unveils electric motorbikes

In line with its recent announcement to reduce all logistics-related emissions to zero by 2050, DHL eCommerce has begun deploying the use of electric motorbikes in its domestic delivery operations in Vietnam. The current fleet of vehicles includes a range of electric motorbikes and the company will be exploring plans to roll out more as part of its GoGreen commitment.

“Practical innovation lies at the core of our domestic delivery networks all around Southeast Asia, and Vietnam is no exception with its fleet of environmentally friendly electric motorbikes already in action on the streets,” added Thomas Harris, Managing Director, DHL eCommerce Vietnam, “Coupled with advances in technology, we are optimistic that environmentally-friendly delivery methods such as electric vehicles will be the future of domestic B2C delivery and we’re pleased to be able to introduce this into Vietnam.”

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DHL eCommerce is part of Deutsche Post DHL Group. In Vietnam, DHL has been present since 1988 with its other divisions DHL Express, DHL Global Forwarding and DHL Supply Chain. DHL eCommerce focuses on three main product pillars: first and last mile delivery or domestic delivery in selected markets; simple and affordable cross-border international shipping for e-commerce businesses; and fulfillment solutions through a global fulfillment network across US, Mexico, Hong Kong, India, Australia and Europe.

In April this year, DHL eCommerce launched its domestic delivery operations in Malaysia with a range of customer-centric services catered to the country’s growing e-commerce market.

 

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