Top 25 E-Commerce Companies Using DHL

Convenience has caused a shift in purchasing habits, with consumers opting for online shopping instead of visiting traditional brick-and-mortar establishments. This has given rise to the need for dependable courier services to streamline the transfer of goods from eCommerce warehouses to the customers' doorsteps. DHL is one such courier company that is being used worldwide. 

DHL is the fifth most widely used shipping carrier in the world, with 4910 companies using DHL (2022). It accounts for 7.37% of the global market share.

The DHL Group revenue was up 22.5 percent year on year to €81.7B. At €8B, operating profit is up 65% year-on-year while the revenue figure is the highest in the company’s history. Post & Parcel Germany saw record volumes of 1.8bn parcels, up from 1.6bn in 2020, which drove revenue growth.

With big names like Revolution signing a five-year contract with DHL for their eCommerce fulfillment and others lining up to join their forces, here are the top eCommerce companies using DHL courier service for quick delivery.

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Top 25 E-Commerce Companies Using DHL:


1. Amazon

Amazon
  • Founder: Jeff Bezos
  • Year Founded: 1994
  • Location: Seattle, Washington, US
  • Amazon’s Monthly Unique Visitors: 86,516,466 
  • Amazon’s Order Volume: >50000
  • Amazon’s Web Sales: >$10B

Amazon is a trusted eCommerce company used worldwide to market an extensive range of products, from footwear to washing machines. It also provides cloud computing, Artificial Intelligence, and digital streaming services. Amazon uses DHL’s shipment services to enhance its delivery quality. Additionally, it employs DHL’s ground handling and sorting operations facilities to improve customer service.  


2. eBay

eBay
  • Founder: Pierre Omidyar
  • Year Founded: 1995
  • Location: San Jose, California, US
  • eBay’s Monthly Unique Visitors: 28,935,812 
  • eBay’s Order Volume: >50000
  • eBay’s Company’s Web Sales: $5-$10B

eBay is a multinational eCommerce company that encourages online shopping majorly through auctions. Consumers can bid for the product of their choice, and it is ultimately sold to the highest bidder. With DHL, eBay is able to provide the various shipping options available and offer free delivery to its customers.


3. Samsung

Samsung
  • Founder: Lee Byung-Chul
  • Year Founded: 1938
  • Location: Ridgefield Park, New Jersey, US 
  • Samsung’s Monthly Unique Visitors: 11,615,568
  • Samsung’s Order Volume: >50000
  • Samsung’s Web Sales: $1B-$5B 

Samsung is a well-established South Korean multinational electronic corporation with numerous affiliate businesses, making it a prominent brand worldwide.  

Samsung is among the leading companies using DHL in 2022 for its ready-to-go solutions and enhanced service levels. DHL provides Samsung customers a rapid delivery across the globe at a low cost.


4. Philips

Philips
  • Founder: Gerard and Frederik Philips
  • Year Founded: 1891
  • Location: Andover, Massachusetts, US
  • Philips’ Monthly Unique Visitors: 1,952,577
  • Philips’ Order Volume: Information unavailable
  • Philips’ Web Sales: $100M-$250M

Philips is a reputed brand with an extensive range of electronic products. It is currently prioritizing health technology. It engages with DHL logistics services for the effective and efficient delivery of its products, boosting customer loyalty. The DHL warehouse provides Philips with the next level of security. 


5. Hot Topic

Hot Topic
  • Founder: Orv Madden
  • Year Founded: 1989 
  • Location: Montclair, California, US
  • Hot Topic’s Monthly Unique Visitors: 556,377
  • Hot Topic’s Order Volume: >50000
  • Hot Topic’s Web Sales: $500M-$1B

The Hot Topic retail corporation sells accessories and clothing. It targets consumers having an interest in video games and rock music. For the convenience of its customers, Hot Topic uses DHL courier services for speedy and cost-effective deliveries.


6. Walmart 

Walmart 
  • Founder: Sam Walton
  • Year Founded: 1962
  • Location: Bentonville, Arkansas, US
  • Walmart’s Monthly Unique Visitors: 15,583,688
  • Walmart’s Order Volume: >50000
  • Walmart’s Web Sales: >$10B 

Walmart is a one-stop shop considered the most prominent retail corporation worldwide. DHL is Walmart’s preferred courier partner because of its comprehensive global network. DHL is able to serve a wider variety of shipments for Walmart delivery packages and also offers a return delivery facility. 


7. BEST BUY

BEST BUY
  • Founder: Richard M. Schulze
  • Year Founded: 1966
  • Location: Minneapolis, Minnesota, US
  • Best buy’s Monthly Unique Visitors: 7,964,520
  • Best buy’s Order Volume: >50000
  • Best buy’s Web Sales: >$10B 

BEST BUY is an American multinational retailer brand for electronics. It offers its products at the most reasonable prices. It is one of the brands using DHL services because DHL facilitates the secure delivery of its products to the customers quickly and conveniently. Moreover, DHL provides its services at lower prices than many other courier companies, making it the favorite choice of BEST BUY.  


8. Costco

Costco
  • Founder: James Sinegal and Jeffrey Brotman
  • Year Founded: 1983
  • Location: Seattle, Washington, US
  • Costco’s Monthly Unique Visitors: 7,386,999
  • Costco’s Order Volume: >50000
  • Costco’s Web Sales: $5B-$10B

This company comes in the top five of the world’s largest retailer companies. Costco takes excellent care to offer delivery terms and shipping methods, using reliable delivery services like DHL. DHL ensures the secure handling and speedy delivery of Costco products, including food items. 


9. GAP

GAP
  • Founder: Donald Fisher and Doris F. Fisher
  • Year Founded: 1969
  • Location: San Francisco, California, US 
  • Gap’s Monthly Unique Visitors: 3,946,716
  • Gap’s Order Volume: >50000
  • Gap’s Web Sales: $1B to $5B 

GAP is an American-based clothing and accessories retail company and is the largest specialty retailer in the US. Like many other fashion brands, GAP also employs DHL courier services to offer its customers practical, quick, and cost-effective delivery services. It places its trust in DHL because it enables safer and more effective handling of GAP products.


10. Texas Instruments

Texas Instruments
  • Founder: Cecil H. Green, J. Erik Jonsson, Eugene McDermott, and Patrick E. Haggerty
  • Year Founded: 1951
  • Location: Dallas, Texas, US
  • Texas Instrument’s Monthly Unique Visitors: 2,874,658
  • Texas Instrument’s Order Volume: Unavailable
  • Texas Instrument’s Web Sales: $500M-$1B

Texas Instruments is a leading and dedicated technology company in America. It offers an extensive collection of products globally. The DHL supply chain store manages the inventory of Texas Instruments. DHL also provides a wide variety of logistic services to this company, such as safer handling of products, a secure warehouse, and better, quick, and cost-effective transportation. 


11. Fashion Nova

Fashion Nova
  • Founder: Richard Saghian 
  • Year Founded:  2006
  • Location: Vernon, California, US
  • Fashion Nova’s Monthly Unique Visitors: 2,300,816
  • Fashion Nova’s Order Volume: >50000
  • Fashion Nova’s Web Sales: $500M-$1B

Fashion Nova is a top online brand that offers the best quality and affordable women’s fashion wear. It is one of the most profitable companies worldwide. The brand uses DHL services to provide its customers with the best, on-time, and hassle-free delivery services to boost its sales conversion by gaining its customer’s trust. 


12. Patagonia 

Patagonia 
  •  Founder: Yvon Chouinard
  • Year Founded: 1973
  • Location: Reno, Nevada, US
  • Patagonia’s Monthly Unique Visitors: 479,273
  • Patagonia’s Order Volume: >50000
  • Patagonia’s Web Sales: $500M-$1B 

Patagonia offers the best specialized outdoor clothing. This brand provides a wide variety of products across the world. The secure, quick, and affordable services of DHL make it the favorite choice of Patagonia.


13. Urban Outfitters

Urban Outfitters
  • Founder: Richard Hayne, Judy Wicks, and Scott Belair 
  • Year Founded: 1970
  • Location: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, US
  • Urban Outfitters’ Monthly Unique Visitors: 2,094,237
  • Urban Outfitters’ Order Volume: >50000
  • Urban Outfitters’ Web Sales: $500M-$1B 

Urban Outfitters is a famous corporation that sells apparel, footwear, and wellness products for young men and women. It uses DHL’s shipping services worldwide to deliver its products securely. Customers can track their Urban Outfitters package with DHL and get the delivery on time without a long wait. 


14. Farfetch

Farfetch
  • Founder: José Neves 
  • Year Founded: 2007
  • Location: London, Greater London, UK
  • Farfetch’s Monthly Unique Visitors: 3,822,262
  • Farfetch’s Order Volume: >50000
  • Farfetch’s Web Sales: $1B-$5B  

Farfetch sells products from more than 700 brands and boutiques for both men and women. It is among the DHL companies which offer its customers timely delivery without any damage or struggle. This brand uses DHL for secure storage, packaging, and various logistics services at affordable prices. 


15. LEGO Group

LEGO Group
  • Founder: Ole Kirk Christiansen
  • Year Founded: 1932 
  • Location: Enfield, Connecticut, US
  • Lego’s Monthly Unique Visitors: 3,733,917
  • Lego’s Order Volume: >50000
  • Lego’s Web Sales: $500M-$1B 

This Danish toy-making company is the most famous and largest toy company globally. For both domestic and international deliveries, Lego uses DHL. DHL securely stores the products in its warehouse and delivers them to the customer on time.  


16. Sam’s Club 

Sam’s Club 
  • Founder: Sam Walton
  • Year Founded: 1983 
  • Location: Bentonville, Arkansas, U.S.

Sam’s Club is a membership warehouse club owned and operated by Walmart Inc.
For the full-year fiscal 2022, Sam’s Club sales increased 9.8% from last year, with membership increasing 11.3% in the fiscal year 2022. DHL continues its exclusive specialty product-repair and return-delivery service for Wal-Mart, and is responsible for all specialty product transportation for Wal-Mart stores and Sam’s Clubs nationwide.

  • Sam’s Club Monthly Unique Visitors: 3,547,114
  • Sam’s Club Order Volume: >50000
  • Sam’s Club Web Sales: >$5B

17. Xbox

Xbox
  • Founder: Seamus Blackley
  • Year Founded: 2001 

Xbox was Microsoft’s first entry into the world of console electronic gaming, which placed it in direct competition with Sony’s PlayStation 2 and Nintendo’s GameCube.
The Xbox division generated its highest ever annual revenue of $16.28 billion during the 2021 calendar year beating Microsoft’s gaming division a year earlier, by 17.07%.

  • Xbox’s Monthly Unique Visitors: 7,179,215
  • Xbox’s Order Volume: >50000
  • Xbox’s Web Sales: $1B-$5B

18. iHerb 

iHerb 
  • Founder: Ray Faraee
  • Year Founded: 1996 
  • Location: Moreno Valley, California, US

iHerb is a health and fitness retailer with an online presence and sells vitamins and dietary supplements across 185+ countries, 30,000+ products to over 11M+ active customers. DHL picks up orders from iHerb’s Fulfillment Centers and delivers them directly to customers.

  • iHerb’s Monthly Unique Visitors: 4,327,860
  • iHerb’s Order Volume: >50000
  • iHerb’s Web Sales: $1B-$5B

19. Walgreens 

Walgreens 
  • Founder: Charles Rudolph Walgreen
  • Year Founded: 1901 
  • Location: Chicago, Illinois, U.S.

Walgreeens operates more than 8,900 retail locations across America, Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands and serves approximately 9 million customers each day. Walgreen’s annual revenue for 2021 was $132.509B, a 8.63% increase from 2020. DHL provides same day pickup and delivery for Walgreen stores.

  • Walgreens’  Monthly Unique Visitors: 4,327,860
  • Walgreens’ Order Volume: >50000
  • Walgreens’ Web Sales: $1B-$5B

20. Grainger 

Grainger 
  • Founder: William W. Grainger
  • Year Founded: 1927 
  • Location: Chicago, Illinois, U.S.

Grainger is a leading broad line distributor with operations primarily in North America, Japan and the United Kingdom serving more than 4.5 million customers worldwide. Grainger delivered sales of $13B 10.4% higher than 2020. Grainger partners with DHL for its products with a 30 day return policy.

  • Grainger’s  Monthly Unique Visitors: 2,147,246
  • Grainger’s Order Volume: 10,000-50,000
  • Grainger’s Web Sales: $1B-$5B

21. Marks & Spencer 

Marks & Spencer 
  • Founder: Michael Marks, Thomas Spencer
  • Year Founded: 1884 
  • Location: Leeds, UK

M&S is a leading British retailer with a network of 1,487 stores and 98 websites globally and 65,000 employees serving over 30 million customers each year. M&S recorded £10.9bn with a 6.9% increase over 2020. DHL Supply Chain remains a key partner of Marks & Spencer (M&S) as the high street retailer’s transition towards a single-tier distribution network gathers pace.

  • Marks & Spencer’s Monthly Unique Visitors: 1,364,248
  • Marks & Spencer’s Order Volume: >50000
  • Marks & Spencer’s Web Sales: $1B-$5B

22. American Eagle Outfitters 

American Eagle Outfitters 
  • Founder: Jerry silver man, Mark Silverman
  • Year Founded: 1977 
  • Location: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, U.S.

American Eagle Outfitters is a leading global specialty retailer offering high-quality, on-trend clothing, accessories and personal care products under its American Eagle and Aerie brands. AE recorded total net revenue of $5B 16% better compared to the pre-pandemic fiscal year 2019. American Eagle provides overnight shipping, 2nd day shipping and standard shipping options with DHL.

  • AE’s  Monthly Unique Visitors: 1,887,750
  • AE’s Order Volume: >50000
  • AE’s Web Sales: $1B-$5B

23. Nykaa

Nykaa
  • Founder: Falguni Nayar
  • Year Founded: 2012 
  • Location: Mumbai, India

With 2400+ brands and 190,000+ products, Nykaa is India’s largest omnichannel beauty destination. It recorded net sales of Rs 973.32 crore in March 2022 up 31.44% from Rs. 740.52 crore in March 2021. Nykaa partners with DHL for its international shipping.

  • Nykaa’s  Monthly Unique Visitors: 2,382,656
  • Nykaa’s Order Volume: >50000
  • Nykaa’s Web Sales: $250M-$500M

24. Bath & Body Works 

Bath & Body Works 
  • Founder: Les Wexner
  • Year Founded: 1990 
  • Location: New Albany, Ohio, U.S.

Bath & Body Works is one of the world’s leading specialty retailers and home to America’s Favorite Fragrances with 400 stores and 30+ e-commerce sites worldwide employing over 60,000 people. The company posted full-year 2021 revenues of $7.8 billion, which rose a solid 22% year-over-year. Bath & Body works provide home delivery by partnering with DHL. 

  • Bath & Body Works’ Monthly Unique Visitors: 1,4447,193
  • Bath & Body Works’ Order Volume: >50000
  • Bath & Body Works’ Web Sales: $1B-$5B

25. Spring (Teespring) 

Spring (Teespring) 
  • Founder: Walker Williams, Evan Stites-Clayton
  • Year Founded: 2011
  • Location: Providence, Rhode Island, U.S.

Spring (Teespring) is a social commerce platform that allows people to create and sell custom products. DHL provides US and EU fulfillment for Spring. 

  • Teespring’s  Monthly Unique Visitors: 1,760,631
  • Teespring’s Order Volume: >50000
  • Teespring’s Web Sales: $1B-$5B

Conclusion

DHL is well known for its worldwide comprehensive door-to-door services. Numerous eCommerce companies use DHL to save time and offer hassle-free deliveries as it boosts sales and retains the customer's trust. 

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