Parcel Monitor: State of E-Commerce in Indonesia 2020

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In a previous study on Indonesia’s State of E-Commerce in 2019, our media partner, Parcel Monitor found that e-commerce in Indonesia had a lot of potential and room for growth. While it isn’t a secret that the pandemic-driven shift towards online shopping boosted e-commerce growth, how much has Indonesia’s state of e-commerce grown over the past year? 

Parcel Monitor’s in-house data team took a deep dive into the second half of 2020 in Indonesia and here are some insightful findings made by them:

  1. The average transit time to the first delivery attempt was 1.7 days
  2. 94% of parcels are successfully delivered at the first attempt 
  3. 58.7% of international shipments originated from the US and China

Interested to find out what happened to Indonesia’s e-commerce growth in 2020? Click here to access the full analysis from Parcel Monitor! 

 

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LEX GREENSILL​

Chief Executive Officer, Greensill​

Lex is the co-founder and CEO of Greensill, and a Senior Advisor and Crown Representative to Her Majesty’s Government on Supply Chain Finance. He was awarded the CBE for Services to the British Economy in Queen Elizabeth II’s 2017 Birthday Honours.

Lex previously established the global SCF business at Morgan Stanley, and led the EMEA SCF business at Citi.

Lex holds an MBA from Manchester Business School, and is a Solicitor of the Supreme Courts of England and Wales, and Queensland.