Growing demand from e-commerce users is putting pressure on existing supply chains, facilities and warehouses.
Delivery company GHN has unveiled plans to invest millions of USD to install automated sorting systems at its warehouses in major cities like Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City.
Delivery services, especially items for Tet (Lunar New Year), are working hard to meet the surge in demand in the run-up to the year’s biggest holiday in HCM City.
The growing confidence of the business community in Vietnam has led to upbeat development of the economy in this year’s first eight months, with industrial production hitting an eight-year high, serving as a major impetus for economic growth.
The omnichannel model has become a new weapon in the race to maintain and expand market share in the electronics retail industry.
E-commerce delivery firms usually make no profits in the first two or three years of operation. Though they have to spend big money, their revenue is modest.