Spatial Global - Spring 2021

GLOBAL NAVIGATOR Spring 2021 FREIGHT • MAIL • E-COMMERCE PROFESSIONAL WORLDWIDE DELIVERY The past 12 months has been a year of seismic shifts – with consumer behaviour adapting to reflect the new normal of a locked down economy. ecommerce is the new norm It’s anticipated the way we work, live and buy has irreversibly changed. With people making ecommerce their chosen route to shop, the impacts on retail and the high street are set to be huge. But are businesses selling online ready for the changing landscape? Does your ecommerce fulfilment partner have specialist sector knowledge? 2021 will be the year that businesses take stock of the big shifts in consumer behaviour. Coupled with a more complex international landscape it’s more important than ever before companies selling online select the right partner. A partner who understands post-Brexit cross boarder delivery, and the impact on international ecommerce. As specialists in international freight, global mail solutions and ecommerce fulfilment Spatial Global have both the experience and expertise to ensure you can reach the widest audience with your online sales. Unlocking growth potential with e-fulfilment Mike Wallis Executive Chairman Spatial Global Ian Radcliffe Product Manager Spatial Global 2021 is set to be a historic year for many reasons, but with multiple government initiatives coupled with supporting organisations like MAKE UK, many British manufacturing businesses are looking to increase export sales. Supporting export sales Spatial Global is located in the Heart of the Midlands, birthplace of the first industrial revolution. It remains at the epicentre of British manufacturing today, as well as home to World leading companies in the hi-tech sectors such as aerospace. By 2021, Britain was projected to break into the top five industrial nations in the world if current growth trends continue, according to The Manufacturer. A global opportunity as UK manufacturing emerges from the pandemic Make UK is working with multiple agencies to support UK manufacturing and help the sector respond, reset and reinvent itself post COVID. History repeatedly demonstrates that a strong industrial base provides the much needed foundations to create a prosperous community and exports build a nations wealth. “Spatial Global are proud to support MAKE UK and the British manufacturing community it represents. Our role is to help UK manufacturers export goods cost effectively across the World. The business sectors we support are diverse and our ethos is in alignment with Make UK.” Mike Wallis Executive Chairman, Spatial Global A new era in UK manufacturing exports