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MOSCOW, May 13 (Itar-Tass) —— The period of delivery of commodities ordered to foreign online shops, such as eBay and Amazon, to Russia may reduce soon, the Post of Russia reports.
It pins the hope on cooperation with the Bay.ru service, which assists Russians buying online.
“The website will have an option, providing buyers with the information about the progress of their order, starting from the buy’s dispatch from a warehouse to its delivery to a post office in any region of Russia,” the Post of Russia said. The innovation will facilitate the interaction of the senders: so far the delivery information is available only by email or by phone of the Bay.ru Russian office, and such a method of communication is not convenient sometimes.
“We will create prerequisites for cutting the period of deliveries from eBay and Amazon with more efficient control over the delivery process and a rapid settlement of possible problems. The Post of Russia and Bay.ru agreed to constant interaction and personal consultative support to the Internet supplier,” the Post of Russia said.
The popularity of foreign online shops in Russia has been growing in recent years. Most of the deliveries come from the United States, Germany, China, Hong Kong, the United Kingdom and Italy.