E-commerce growth requires delivery service providers to move fast to meet surge in demand


By JOY LEE

Clarence Leong, CEO, EasyParcel

BEFORE the pandemic, the e-commerce sector was already set on a growth trajectory. Logistics players, eager to capitalise on the growth, had drawn up expansion plans and set aside investment allocations for a longer term.

Covid-19 has, obviously, scrambled many of these plans.

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