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Finnish retailer K-Group implements parcel terminals

Kesko / K-Market

K-Group, a major retail company from Finland, has started a pilot with automatic parcel terminals. The new service allows online buyers to have parcels from online stores from everywhere in the world to be shipped to a terminal at a K-Group store. Continue reading

Ecommerce in Finland breaks all previous records

Ecommerce in Finland

Online stores in Finland have broken all the previous records during the end of 2017. The number of online orders increased by 8.2 percent during the last quarter, compared to the same period in 2016. And sales increased by 9.4 percent during the same period. Continue reading

Zalando will open its first Nordic fulfillment center this year

Zalando

Zalando is ready to conquer the Nordic region. The online fashion platform successfully completed its location search and will open its first Nordic fulfillment center in Sweden later this year. The fulfillment center will be built in Brunna, near Stockholm, and is meant to meet the demand of its customers in Sweden, Denmark, Finland and Norway. Continue reading

Finnish ecommerce sites go trash free on Earth Day

Earth Day 22 april 2016

Several ecommerce websites from Finland have joined forces in removing packaging thrash. Tomorrow, on Earth Day, they will go trash free. They will try to accomplish this by having all orders that are made on Friday shipped in reusable and returnable packaging. Continue reading

DHL extends parcel network across the Nordics and Baltics

DHL Parcel Shop

DHL has joined forces with the Finnish postal operator Posti and Bring, a subsidiary of Norwegian postal operator Posten Norge. Together they offer a B2C infrastructure for parcel deliveries across Scandinavia, Finland and the Baltic states. With 6,500 parcel shops and parcel stations across seven countries it will be the largest parcel network in northern Europe. Continue reading

Nordic consumers spent €17.39 billion online in 2015

Ecommerce in the Nordics 2015

Consumers in Sweden, Norway, Finland and Denmark have purchased goods online worth a total of 17.39 billion euros in 2015. That’s an increase of around 15 percent compared to the year before. Four out of ten Nordic residents bought goods online from foreign websites, spending a total of about 4.3 billion euros across the border. Continue reading