Last week’s Black Friday discounts in our country were the biggest discount spree ever. In this period when the shopping was doubled compared to the previous years, the sales made exceeded 2.5 million . E-commerce sites seem to be quite satisfied with these sales figures, but the opposite is true for cargo companies.
Yurtiçi Kargo was the first cargo company to react against the extraordinary circumstances. The company, which has been in service for more than 35 years and recently announced that it will impose a quota limit on some e-commerce sites, has issued a statement as of today. Expressing the grievance experienced in the published statement, the company seems to annoy those who are waiting for cargo.
Yurtiçi Kargo, which draws attention to the sales booms in unusual periods such as Black Friday in its statements, states that e-commerce sites go well above the declared shipment quota during such periods. The cargo company’s remarkable statements include the fact that they were victims of the reductions and that the delivery of vital cargoes, such as pending food and medicine, could not be raised on time.
After the process, the company has decided to move to the quota application by discussing with the e-commerce sites with intensive shipment potential, and will serve in line with this capacity in future processes. While it is not yet known whether the company will raise the cargo prices of e-commerce sites, it is quite possible that such a step will be taken in the coming days.
Finally, due to the grievance of customers who took refuge in the understanding of Yurtiçi Kargo, the resulting grievance will be resolved as soon as possible and return to the normal delivery process, he says.
Shopping boom periods such as Black Friday show the lack of infrastructure of e-commerce sites, as well as the lack of private company logistics networks in our country. What do you think about the grievance experienced by the cargo companies, especially Yurtiçi Kargo? You can share your comments with us in the comments section.