International courier services to ship packages to Belgium
Sending a parcel to Belgium is very easy, if you also reside in Europe as this well-developed country and EU member state is well connected to transport and is familiar with online shopping and eCommerce. We have highly competitive courier services in terms of quality and price for those customers wishing to send a packages or parcels to Belgium, which you may well do now or in the future as a third of online shoppers in Belgium make cross-border purchases. Parcel delivery to Belgium, is not only easy, it is very popular with the growth of eCommerce driving it forward. Customers are now expecting goods to arrive for a reasonable cost and with a reliable service, whilst Belgian shoppers prefer home delivery as opposed to collecting from a local store. People and businesses who live or work in major destinations such as Brussels and Antwerp expect delivery to be made quickly and with full tracking, something we can offer via the global shipping marketplace. However we can of course ship a parcel quickly to any location in Belgium, as it is located at the heart of Europe with great infrastructure including Ghent, Charleroi, Liege, Bruges and Namur. Smartphone usage is growing rapidly in Belgium (55% of adults have a smartphone) and mobile sales totalled 969m euros last year (12% of total online sales).This easy access to online shopping has boosted the eCommerce market and the sales statistics back this up. 31% of Belgians have bought clothes and 30% have bought entertainment items (such as books and CDs) from a foreign retailer. 11.1 million people live in Belgium and 82% of those have internet access to make purchases online. The Belgian eCommerce industry was worth 8.2 billion euros in 2015 going on to be worth 9.6 billion euros in 2016. The Belgian population are known to shop on foreign sites, especially Dutch eCommerce sites, as the uplift in online retail within Belgium was slow to adopt the industry. Import data reflects the reliance on Belgium's neighbours, as they import goods mainly from Germany, France, the UK and of course the Netherlands. As home of the EU and NATO Belgium is a key player in Europe, as well as being an ever increasing player in terms of eCommerce, Belgium is market with plenty of potential, particularly for international merchants, competitive pricing, lack of product in their home market make Belgian shoppers open to shop across borders.