CJ Logistics, Hanjin Express and Lotte Global Logistics. These are probably the top three delivery companies in Korea at the moment in terms of business-to-business (B2B) market. These are also some of the most common ones that you will see on the road or parked in your neighborhood for business-to-customers (B2C) market. Let’s find out more about these delivery companies. And as a bonus, we will also include a little bit about Korean postal service company, Korea Post. Let’s look at how they compare in terms of their delivery notifications and user experience from a receiver’s end.
Korean local delivery system is probably one of the most popular advantages while living here. Whether it is for food or goods, we can’t just imagine how it was like before, right? It goes hand in hand with the online shopping system that we tend to use more specially with the COVID19 in our midst.
Most goods that we order online are delivered to our doorstep through these delivery companies. While some sites have their in-house delivery system (Coupang, Emart, Homeplus, etc.), majority of online sellers use a third-party delivery company. These will most likely be one of the three mentioned above or Korea Post. Sometimes, Logen logistics also shows up as it is the fourth player on the list of B2B delivery companies. But there might be some ownership changes based on current news so we don’t know how it will play out in the logistics field later on.