The switch is in line with the need for new products to support the rapid expansion of electronic commerce, the company said. DHL added that it is enhancing its services across the entire logistics chain to meet rising demand in several industry sectors, including fashion, consumer electronics, media products and consumer pharmaceutical products. At the same time, it will continue to provide services for domestic and international business-to-consumer shipping. According to recent research by DHL, e-commerce currently accounts for 11 percent of all trading volume in the U.S., and is expected to rise to 40 percent in developed countries and 30 percent in developing countries by 2025.
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