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e-Commerce Cross-border Services

The development of e-commerce has created a strong need for parcel solutions that ensure good cross-border transportation from e-commerce vendors and e-retailers to end customers. GEODIS provides end-to-end e-Commerce Cross-border solutions that include parcel processing, customs compliance, air freight, last mile delivery, and even returns handling and liquidations. Our Track & Trace tools also guarantee full supply chain visibility so that your customers know exactly where their parcel is at any time.

Achieve improved cross-border trade

GEODIS' dedicated research and engineering team will study each target market with customs experts to fully understand the local customs regulations. We will then enhance your global trade activities by taking care of export compliance, air freight shipping and import customs clearance. This will allow you to reduce time-to-market while avoiding administrative complexity and risks.

Last mile delivery

GEODIS will ensure last mile delivery to your final customers. We have a global network of expert partners in all strategic destination markets, all with advanced capabilities in provide tracking, high service quality and performance. We also provide more than one delivery option: our solution guarantees delivery at home or at a parcel collection point.

GEODIS’ Network Management Center – a single point of contact

GEODIS’ Network Management Center (NMC) provides a single point of contact to reduce cross-border complexity. The NMC manages all forward and reverse flows within its geography and certifies that all processes are clearly defined with delivery times monitored via real time information. The center also oversees IT, reporting and invoicing.

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