After the Eid holidays and taking advantage of the sales as well as buying gifts for family and friends, you may find that your wallet is a bit lighter than usual. That means that when sending your next package for delivery, you need to find the cheapest delivery tariff available. With so many courier delivery companies in Indonesia, it can be easy to get lost when looking for the cheapest tariff so here are some tips for getting you the best deal.
Right now is a better time than ever to have an online e-commerce business in Indonesia. The volume of e-commerce sales in the country is outstripping that of neighbouring countries with Indonesia’s e-commerce Gross Merchandise Value reaching $12.2 billion USD in 2018 compared with $3 billion in Thailand and $2 billion in Malaysia (Temasek 2018 e-Conomy SEA report).
The Indonesian ecommerce market was valued at $8 billion USD in 2017 is estimated to be worth $55-65 billion USD in 2022. Today the country has around 30 million online shoppers which is only 15% of the total potential as well as 5% of total national retail sales which means that shopping online is big business. Indonesia’s young and tech savvy population are shopping online for everything from clothes to traditional snacks as more and more industries offer an online sales channel and seek to offer that feeling of instant sales gratification through fast delivery.
JET express was established in 2015 and we have since grown rapidly to become an important player in Indonesia’s courier and delivery services industry. With currently over 700 franchise outlets located across the country, our impressive expansion has been a result of the combination of technology and passionate human resources. Read below the top 5 reasons to why choose JET express as we showcase our fresh approach to satisfying your courier needs across Indonesia.
The delivery tariff is one of the most important elements for courier companies when it comes to attracting customers and with so much courier competition in Indonesia, many courier and delivery companies compete on this fiercely. But many of these promotions end up disappointing customers through bad experiences due to poor service. So, the question is, who is the cheapest courier delivery service provider in Indonesia and do you have to sacrifice service quality for the cheapest tariff?