E-Commerce Logistics Race...

E-Commerce Logistics Race 2023: United States vs. Canada

Aug 03, 2023

(Image Source: Parcel Monitor)

As the e-commerce industry continues to thrive and evolve, the competition to provide efficient and seamless logistics solutions has intensified. In the year 2023, two North American powerhouses, the United States and Canada, found themselves locked in a dynamic and captivating "E-Commerce Logistics Race."

In this race, both countries have invested significant resources and efforts to enhance their logistics networks, optimize last-mile delivery, and meet the growing demands of online shoppers. From parcel transit times and first-attempt success ratios to collection point usage metrics, we aim to shed light on the strides made by these countries, with a specific focus on the first half of 2023.

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#1 Shorter Parcel Transit Time in the United States

In the world of e-commerce logistics, parcel transit time holds paramount importance due to its profound impact on various stakeholders, including customers, businesses, and the entire supply chain. Among the two North American neighbors, the United States boasted a shorter parcel transit time of 2.52 days in H1 2023, as compared to the 3.14 days observed in Canada during the same time period.

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