Certis24 differs from other consulting organisations with an approach that focuses on actual implementation and real-life challenges rather than just the theoretical. With extensive experience, global connections and a wide range of business partners in key international regions, the objective is to guide and support organizations to enable and enhance their global, cross-border commerce activities.
Below we set out our specific range of business development services, solutions and networks to demonstrate why working with Certis24 will benefit your company.
Certis24 has been retained for major projects and assignments with clients in Europe, Asia-Pacific, North America, Central and South America, the Middle East and Africa. The common theme is helping organizations understand the market situation, the structural changes underway and how they should respond to future challenges to grow their business profitably.
Global retail eCommerce sales generated by the sector were uS$1.37 trillion in 2014, are forecast to have more than doubled to US$3.45 tn. by the end of 2019, reaching US$ nearly US$5 tn. by 2021 (according to Statista).
With a projected global average growth rate of nearly 10% between 2018-2022, the fastest-growing online markets stretch from Asia-Pacific (India, Indonesia, China) to the Middle East (Saudi Arabia) and South Africa. Strong growth is also being experienced in the more mature markets in Europe, (Spain, France, Germany, United Kingdom) North America (USA, Canada, Mexico) and Asia-Pacific (Australia, South Korea, Japan).
Logistics, shipping and returns are key facets of global eCommerce and shoppers always check the cost of shipping (and returns) before confirming an online purchase. Certis24 can assist both operators and e-tailers in helping them improve and enhance their eCommerce supply chains to ensure that the shoppers’ journey to ‘check-out’ is based on fact and delivery promises that can be met. Thereby, shipping becomes an area of competitive advantage. We also provide ‘new market entry’ consultancy to eCommerce brands requiring international expansion.
Services & Solutions
Certis24 is dedicated towards the fast-growing and internationally expanding eCommerce sector. We help companies develop and implement workable strategies to capitalize upon new opportunities that the eCommerce sector offers.
According to Forrester’s eCommerce report for MetaPack (2014), the fulfilment of online orders is a challenge for retailers, especially as customer satisfaction and repeat purchasing are in the hands of delivery carrier partners.
The eCommerce fulfilment supply chain embraces a wide range of activities ranging from systems integration, goods receipt, warehousing, pick and pack, personalization of orders, through to carriage and returns.
Certis24 can help eCommerce retailers and brands with their market entry research, analysis and implementation strategies to exploit the rapid growth in this industry. eCommerce differs around the world.
Over 30 years’ experience at senior executive level in the postal, parcels, express, forwarding and logistics sectors
As CEO and founder of Certis24, Chris Stevens has over 30 years’ experience at senior executive level in the postal, parcels, express, forwarding and logistics sectors
Chris has worked in the UK, Belgium and France. He has managed operations in China, Hong Kong, Singapore, Europe and North America.
Certis24, thus has relevant and current global experience of the dynamic postal and eCommerce sectors.
Global experience & connections
Chris has managed operations in China, Hong Kong, Singapore, Europe and North America.
Over the past four years, Chris (Certis24) has undertaken a series of global business development and strategy projects for private couriers, logistics groups and postal operators.
Our client partners have retained us to establish new worldwide delivery and fulfillment agreements in the eCommerce sector.
Assignments have been undertaken in the UK, mainland Europe, China, Hong Kong, Singapore, Taiwan, North America, South America, the Middle East, India, and sub-Saharan Africa.