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United Kingdom Third-Party Pickup Market 2018-2023 - Key Trends, and Consumer Attitudes of the Channel - ResearchAndMarkets.com

February 12, 2019

DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Feb 12, 2019--The “Third-party pickup in the UK 2018-2023” report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering.

“Third-party pickup in the UK 2018-2023”, report forms part of The Retail Channels series, and offers a comprehensive insight into the consumer and market dynamics of the third-party pickup channel. The report analyses the market, the main trends, and consumer attitudes of the channel.

Third-party pickup penetration has risen 1.9ppts from 2017 to 2018, driven mostly by male online shoppers and the dominance of the clothing & footwear sector. The third-party pickup channel is forecast to continue growing rapidly to 2023, but will still make up a very small propotion of online retail spend.

Scope

Clothing & footwear will remain the largest sector within the third-party pickup channel, driving over a third of spend, as growth is restricted for certain other sectors due to the nature of the product. Store closures will reduce the availability of click & collect, creating opportunities for third-party providers to boost their performance and increase market penetration. Despite a significant increase in usage, lockers are still the least used third-party pickup method.

Reasons to buy

Use our in-depth consumer insight to learn which sectors are the most important for the third-party pickup channel and which consumers are most likely to use the method, to be able to successfully tailor third-party pickup options. Understand what drives consumers to chose fulfilment options, such as convenience and value for money in order to maximise sales potential.

Key Topics Covered:

THE HOT ISSUES

Channel drivers and inhibitors in third-party pickup Main issues in third-party pickup TPP enhancements are vital to drive growth Store closures will reduce the availability of C&C Increased competition in the TPP market

WHAT PEOPLE BUY

Channel definitions Headlines Overall channel size Channel in context Overall channel size Overall channel growth Sector growth in TPP Books Clothing & footwear DIY & gardening Electricals Food & grocery Health & beauty Homewares Entertainment

HOW AND WHY PEOPLE SHOP

Headlines Who shops Who shops: books Who shops: clothing & footwear Who shops: DIY & gardening Who shops: electricals Who shops: food & grocery Who shops: health & beauty Who shops: homewares Who shops: music & video Shopper profile by sector The shopper journey Who shops: collection type Who shops: convenience store/pickup point Who shops: Post Office/delivery hub Who shops: lockers Who shops: pickup providers used Shopping habits: device used Shopping habits: location of purchase Shopping habits: additional purchases instore Shopping habits: length of research time Shopper motivations Drivers of TPP usage Views on future TPP usage Satisfaction of fulfilment methods TPP delivery options of the 20 online retailers

Companies Mentioned

Amazon Currys Argos Boots Sports Direct Dixons Morrisons ASOS Missguided boohoo.com Post Office Collect+ Hermes Parcelly Doddle Pass My Parcel Parcelforce UPS Access Point Inpost AO.com Asda BoohooMAN Carphone Warehouse PC World Debenhams GAME H&M JD Sports John Lewis Marks & Spencer New Look Next Superdrug Tesco Very.co.uk Shop Direct

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KEYWORD: UNITED KINGDOM EUROPE

INDUSTRY KEYWORD: ONLINE RETAIL RETAIL

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