The Russian online retailer Wildberries, operating in 17 countries, continues to increase its logistics capacity in Russia. The company plans to build a new distribution center in the Vladimir region with an area of 100 thousand square meters. meters. The size of Wildberries' investment in construction will be about 8 billion rubles.
The corresponding trilateral agreement of intent was signed on October 27, 2021 by the Acting Governor of the Vladimir Region Alexander Avdeev, the head of the Sobinsky District Administration Alexander Razov and Wildberries CEO Tatyana Bakalchuk. The launch of the Wildberries distribution center in the Vladimir region is scheduled for the period 2022 - 2023.
“The launch of the distribution center will allow local entrepreneurs to reduce logistics costs and help through Wildberries to enter new markets not only in Russia, but also in 16 other countries of our presence. In just a calendar year, the number of sellers from the Vladimir region who sell their products on Wildberries increased 4 times to 2, and their sales in 320 months of 9 increased 2021 times year-on-year to 2,3 billion rubles, "she said. founder and CEO of Wildberries Tatiana Bakalchuk.
Wildberries Is the largest online retailer in Russia, operating on the market for 17 years. The geography of the company's presence covers 17 countries: Russia, USA, Poland, Slovakia, Belarus, Kazakhstan and others. Wildberries turnover in 2020 increased by 96% and reached 437,2 billion rubles. Every day, 2,3 million orders are processed on Wildberries, the audience of the online retailer is over 92 million people.
As of October 1, 2021, over 340 Russian entrepreneurs sell their goods through Wildberries. The Wildberries assortment includes 000 million SKUs of goods from 18 Russian and foreign brands: clothing and footwear, accessories, beauty products, baby products, appliances and electronics, household goods, jewelry, food, books, digital goods and much more. About 200% of the goods are produced in Russia.