The Netherlands: 14% of online orders received from abroad in Q1 2014

Friday 13 June 2014 13:29 CET | News

The percentage of foreign orders at Dutch online retail sector reached 14% in Q1 2014, which means a double increase (8%) as compared to Q1 2013, according to a Paazl report, cited by

The Netherlands still lags behind neighbouring countries like Germany with 27% of orders received from abroad, and UK with 24 %, respectively, according to Shopping 2020s numbers on Webwinkelblog, cited by the same source.

Most foreign orders in the Netherlands came from Belgium, with 58% (67% in Q1 2013), followed by Germany with 18%, the UK with 8% and France with 7%. On the other hand, 6% of foreign orders came from outside Europe.

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