Specializing in arranging storage and shipping of merchandise on behalf of its shippers. We provide a full range of services including: tracking inland transportation, preparation of shipping and export documents, warehousing, booking cargo space, negotiating freight charges, freight consolidation, cargo insurance, and filing of insurance claims.
A fulfillment center exists to get online orders to customers in a timely fashion and relieve ecommerce companies of managing this crucial-yet-challenging process. We are seeing an increase in demand to provide ecommerce fulfillment and warehouse services from companies around the globe that shows continued growth into 2022 and beyond.
The pandemic-fueled e-commerce boom has led to a 614% increase in warehouse occupancy by online retailers, as highlighted by a new report commissioned by the UK Warehousing Association (UKWA) and produced by Savills. Horizon International Cargo has been keeping an eye on this research that highlights how the growing appetite for buying online has had huge impact for the retail sector as a whole, in addition to the warehousing and logistics sector.
The transportation of goods can involve long or complex routes across land and sea. Freight forwarding companies like us offer a range of services to help importers and exporters get their goods across international borders safely and efficiently. We can advise on the best routes for international shipping and arrange transport details for sea or air freight so that goods arrive on time.
We have learnt and applied a lot of valubale lessons from these players during the pandemic and applied them to ensure efficient warehouse management, ecommerce fulfillment and workplace safety. With hiCloud Technology we will be able to minimise risk, improve forecasting, reduce costs and increase visibility to create a supply chain that works for you.
Many consumers have changed their shopping behaviour over the years, even more so now during the COVID-19. Some businesses are going e-commerce due to the number of online shoppers increasing each year. In 2021, the number of digital buyers is expected to be 2.14 billion.