The ONE WORLD EXPRESS GROUP (OWE) began as a UK-based cross-border express carrier in 1998. The company evolved into a consolidator, providing delivery services to its clients via several carriers. OWE decided to restructure its business strategy in 2014 and focus on becoming a data-driven IT platform that manages over 10.000 tariffs on behalf of its clients to all destination nations across the world. To provide a complete shipping solution, OWE also offers collection, transportation (air/sea/land), hub services such as fulfillment, pick-and-pack and sorting, custom clearance, and returns administration, if requested by its customers. In 2016, OWE began to expand its integration library, integrating marketplaces such as Amazon, eBay, and Lazada, as well as numerous eCommerce systems such as Magento, to allow its customers to manage orders from all of their sales channels using a single point of contact — OWE's IT platform. They are currently represented in the United Kingdom, the Americas, China, India, the United Arab Emirates (Dubai), South Africa, and Germany. ONE WORLD EXPRESS EUROPE (office in Leipzig, Germany, a hub in Raunheim near Frankfurt Airport, Germany) was established at the end of 2016 to join the European market and offer the OWE service portfolios to Continental European clients. In 2016, One World Express launched its own IT strategy, which is now evolving into an eCommerce ecosystem, in response to the lack of a well-established industry-wide solution for the entire cross-border eCommerce process, from online item purchase to last-mile delivery of international mail and parcels. The ecosystem offers a diverse value proposition that generates VAS for a variety of stakeholders. They connect to many marketplaces, eCommerce software platforms, payment gateways, customs, and duty databases, and even more, carriers to provide merchants and service providers including carriers, fulfillment and logistics businesses, and IT solution providers with a one-stop-solution.

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