The biggest player in the Dutch eCommerce Market is bol.com. The store had a revenue of US$1.8 billion in 2019. It is followed by coolblue.nl with US$1.3 billion revenue and wehkamp.nl with US$760 million revenue. Altogether, the top three stores account for 25% of online revenue in in the Netherlands.
Store rankings are based on every store that generates revenue in in the Netherlands. These stores can either have a national focus and only sell in their main country or operate on a global scale. For this evaluation, only revenue created in in the Netherlands was considered.
One of the fastest-growing stores in the Dutch market is jdsports.nl. The store achieved sales of about US$44.8 million in 2019. Its revenue growth amounted to 46% in the previous year.
Digital Market Outlook by Statista
The Digital Market Outlook presents up-to-date figures on markets of the digital economy. The comparable key figures are based on extensive analyses of relevant indicators from the areas of society, economy, and technology.
Market expansion in in the Netherlands is expected to continue over the next few years, as indicated by the Statista Digital Market Outlook. It has been predicted that the compound annual growth rate (CAGR 19-23) for the next four years will be 7%. Compared to the year-over-year growth of 9%, this decrease suggests a moderately flooded market. Another indicator of market saturation is the online penetration of 82% in in the Netherlands; in other words, 82% of the Dutch population have bought at least one product online in 2019.
Five categories are considered by ecommerceDB. Fashion is the largest segment in in the Netherlands and accounts for 34% of the eCommerce revenue in in the Netherlands. This is followed by Electronics & Media with 24%, Toys, Hobby & DIY with 18%, Furniture & Appliances with 15% and Food & Personal Care with the remaining 9%.
In in the Netherlands, PostNL is the most frequently offered delivery service provider among online stores. Of those stores that indicating which service they use to transport their goods, 49% cited PostNL as one of their providers. Moreover, DHL and UPS (United Parcel Service) are among the top three shipping service companies offered by online retailers in in the Netherlands, at rates of 32% and 17%.
Shipping information is based on orders from the store's main country, which is defined as the one where the store generates most of its online revenue. In this case, it is in the Netherlands. Only stores that provide information about their shipping providers can be considered.
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