Failed Christmas deliveries to cause £464.9m of returns in January
PRESS RELEASE: Despite a record breaking number of online sales made during the 2017 festive season, orders that weren’t delivered on time over Christmas will continue to present a returns headache for retailers well into January, new research by Sorted, the delivery experience company, reveals.
Retailers face £2.3bn worth of failed deliveries during the Christmas trading period
PRESS RELEASE: With the average Brit planning to spend £255 on Christmas gifts online, failed deliveries present a significant challenge to retailers during peak trading, research from the latest report by Sorted, the delivery experience company, warns.
Delivering Christmas: how to avoid a peak trading meltdown
‘Tis the season of peak and news of a Royal Mail strike has retailers everywhere reviewing their plans early.
Delivering promises: retailer’s secret weapon
If you’re going to make a promise to a customer, keep it. If you don’t think your technology or operational ability will allow you to keep to you word, don’t offer it. But, that begs the question, why would you dumb down your delivery proposition when you could remove the constraints holding you back?
The Black Friday blackhole: Failed Black Friday deliveries cost UK retailers £203m in returns
PRESS RELEASE: While Brits are expected to spend £3bn on Black Friday*, the latest data from Sorted, the delivery experience company, warns that this ‘sales’ day could, in fact, cost UK retailers £203m in returns caused by failed deliveries.
Next day fulfilment no longer adds value to shoppers
PRESS RELEASE: Next day delivery options no longer add value to connected customers’ shopping journeys, a new report by Sorted, the delivery experience company, warns.
Signed, sealed, delivered: 4 ways to enhance the delivery experience
Why wouldn’t frustrated shoppers quickly ditch those offering a poor delivery experience?
Market research report: The blueprint for collaborative commerce
Customer attitudes and expectations around delivery are changing; we surveyed 2,000 UK online shoppers to find out exactly how.