The new aCommerce fulfillment center in the Philippines is a part of the company’s expansion plan to empower customized demands for brands and retailers. This new facility serves as a warehouse extension dedicated to FMCG, Health, Cosmetics and Food products as ecommerce demand accelerates in the country.
The 11,800 square feet facility is located at TAO Technology Group Center, P. Antonio St. cor. F. Legaspi St., Brgy. Ugong, Pasig City, MM
Looking at ASEAN’s current $15 billion online retail sales and 19% YOY growth, the region’s ecommerce potential will continue to rise for the years to come.
Aside from the ecommerce opportunity in ASEAN, there are some market characteristics that professionals should be aware of before setting up own ecommerce operations. Understanding these characteristics and obstacles will define the success of future business endeavors.
aCommerce Delivery service features an in-house transportation management system (TMS) that was built to address various last mile challenges from fleet monitoring as well as cash-on-delivery (COD) reconciliation transparency. The technology is being used by aCommerce partners such as ASP Express & Logistics, Mitra Makmur and Giant Express.
It doesn’t matter if your business has recently entered the ecommerce market as globally known brand, as a startup with a cool new product or as a distributor for various brands, scaling ecommerce logistics operations will always be a challenge.
aCommerce Indonesia has hired three Senior Management personnel to strengthen its Operations Department. They will implement policies for better client engagement and standardize logistics cost models to improve the quality of distribution.
Cerebos has selected aCommerce services for the company’s famous brand, BRAND’S®, to offer personalized gift baskets online – an ecommerce first for the Asia-based provider of health, beauty and wellness supplements. Cerebos is leveraging aCommerce’s uniquestore management capabilities to package customizable sets to offer customers more flexibility with their holiday gift baskets.
aCommerce Indonesia has developed an in-house fleet management technology called aDelivery in place of the tracking system previously outsourced to a third party. By identifying common operational challenges faced in traditional logistics such as Cash on Delivery (COD) confirmation, time mismanagement, manual documentation and end customer dissatisfaction, aDelivery will give retailers and shoppers more confidence with documentation of their package’s journey in real time.