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Online furniture store Loberon expands to the Netherlands

Online furniture store Loberon

Loberon, an online furniture store from Germany, has launched a dedicated ecommerce website in the Netherlands. The launch marks the third time the German retailer opened an online store abroad, after starting operations in Austria and Switzerland. Continue reading

A third of iDeal payments happens in foreign online stores

Dutch payment method iDeal

The popular Dutch payment method iDeal performed well last year. The number of payments with iDeal has increased by 33.8 percent during that period, which is a growth the method hasn’t seen since 2011. More and more foreign online stores are now offering iDeal to Dutch customers. Continue reading

Dutch payments company Adyen to list in June

Dutch payments company Adyen

Adyen, a major Dutch company that processes payments for companies such as Airbnb, Uber, Spotify and Netflix, confirmed it plans to list its shares publicly in Amsterdam. The company announced it will go public on the Euronext stock market next month. Continue reading

Ecommerce accounts for 42% of PostNL’s revenue

PostNL

Ecommerce is becoming an increasingly important revenue factor for Dutch postal company PostNL. Revenue derived from ecommerce logistics now accounts for 42 percent of the company’s total turnover. Last year, this share was 34 percent. Continue reading

DHL opens new fulfillment centers in Europe

DHL

Deutsche Post DHL Group has opened a new fulfillment center in the United Kingdom. In the English town of Radlett, an area of about 6,500 square meters offers same-day processing for the Greater London area. DHL already operates a similar fulfillment center in Germany and is now working to open such centers in the Netherlands, Poland and Switzerland. Continue reading

Dutch ecommerce could grow to €24.95 billion in 2018

Ecommerce in the Netherlands

Ecommerce in the Netherlands was worth 22.5 billion euros last year and could be worth almost 25 billion euros at the end of this year. This would mean an increase of almost 11 percent. This growth rate is somewhat lower than in 2017, when the Dutch ecommerce turnover increased by 13 percent. Continue reading

Dutch online supermarket Picnic expands to Germany

Dutch online-only supermarket Picnic

Picnic, a Dutch supermarket that only operates online, will expands it business to Germany. The company launched a pilot project in the Dusseldorf region several months ago and it with great success. Now, Picnic has decided that starting next month, it will deliver groceries to all consumers in this pilot area. Continue reading

Ecommerce in the Netherlands: €22.5 billion in 2017

Ecommerce in the Netherlands

The ecommerce in the Netherlands was worth 22.5 billion euros in 2017. This is an increasement of 13 percent when compared to the situation one year before. The Dutch made a total of 201 million online purchases last year, which is 17 percent more than in 2016. Continue reading

Coolblue’s sales increase by 38% to 1.2 billion euros

Coolblue, omnichannel ecommerce company from the Netherlands

Coolblue, a major omnichannel retailer from the Netherlands, saw its total revenues grow to 1.2 billion euros last year. That’s an increase of 38 percent compared to the year before. The company’s net profit increased slightly, from 8.9 million euros to 9.1 million euros. Continue reading