- Power Retail’s latest report highlighted how Aussies are concerned about delivery delays in the lead up to Christmas.
- It found that 59% of Aussie online shoppers have been experiencing delays on their deliveries.
- It comes as the coronavirus pandemic has seen online shopping skyrocket.
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A new report highlights how Australians have been experiencing delivery delays with their parcels and are worried about these delays affecting Christmas shopping.
Power Retail’s latest Trajectory Report surveyed more than 5,000 Australian online shoppers, with 59% experiencing delays on their deliveries. Aussie shoppers revealed 38% of their items were impacted by delivery delays and the hardest-hit state was Victoria, with 50% of parcels being held up.
In addition, 55% of Aussies were concerned about delivery delays affecting their online Christmas shopping.
The coronavirus pandemic has seen a staggering increase in online shopping, which has put a strain on delivery networks.
“Logistics and delivery networks have …