EshopWedrop Romania launches Poland as new sourcing market
EshopWedrop Romania is pleased to announce that it has launched a new consumer sourcing market for Poland.
EshopWedrop is a fully integrated cross-border online delivery service, enabling consumers to make online purchases from the UK, Italy, Germany and now Poland. EshopWedrop’s unique service is modelled to save on delivery costs and open otherwise restricted internet purchases, allowing for a seamless European delivery experience.
According to Ecommerce Europe’s statistics Romania is one of the largest ecommerce markets in South Eastern Europe. The County has 10.5 million people that are internet users, representing 62% of the overall population, while 1.9million people are active online shoppers. Over recent years, B2C e-commerce turnover and growth rates for Romania have also been increasing significantly. The most popular product categories in the Romanian ecommerce industry are consumer electronics, fashion, DIY products and home furnishing. The average online shopper in Romania is between 25 and 35 years old and about 8 in 10 shoppers live in the major cities. The average spending per online shopper was 786 euros in 2015 (source: Ecommerce Europe)
Importantly, EshopWedrop is convenient, reliable and cost effective for consumers to use and offers many advantages, including the below:
- Removes all obstacles when buying from online retailers in Europe
- Cost effective delivery rates
- Regular departures from the UK, PL, DE and IT
- Significant saving by consolidating (combining) purchases
- The ability to access online retailers in Europe.
- Convenient delivery options.
Mircea Bandean, Managing Director of EshopWedrop commented “At EshopWedrop we provide an ongoing commitment to continually develop and evolve our service offering for our customers. As a result, we are delighted to have launched a new market in Poland, which offers our customers a vast range of different online retailers to purchase products that are heavily discounted when compared to buying these locally in Romania”.
Ecommerce in Poland is developing rapidly and it’s has been described as one of the fastest-growing ecommerce markets in the European Union. According to the online research agency Gemius and Polish Champer of Digital Economy, the Polish ecommerce will grow to €25 billion by 2020. The reach of ecommerce related websites (online shops, online auctions, price comparison and group buying websites) among the Polish Internet population is 78% in Poland, while in other Central European countries like Hungary (72%), Czech Republic (60%) and Slovakia (52%) this percentage is noticeably lower.
According to e-Commerce Polska, the leader of the ecommerce industry in Poland is marketplace Allegro. Big department stores that offering an online option in Poland are LeroyMerlin, Tesco, Bdsklep, Frisco, Alma and Piotr i Paweł. Among the five department stores most frequently visited by the Polish internet users are LeroyMerlin, Alibaba, AliExpress, Tchibo and Amazon.
Mircea Bandean, Managing Director of EshopWedrop added ‘‘This expansion of our service offering is part of our long term strategy and commitment to our customers, to access to cheaper and better quality products while helping them eliminating any cross boarders online delivering barriers.’’