August 24, 2009, 12:00 AM

Art.com Inc. launches a Dutch e-commerce site

Online wall décor retailer Art.com Inc. is launching a new web site for Dutch shoppers at www.AllPosters.nl. This latest addition brings to six the number of international retail sites for Art.com.

 

Online wall décor retailer Art.com Inc. is launching a new web site for Dutch shoppers at www.AllPosters.nl. This latest addition brings to six the number of international retail sites for Art.com. The retailer already operates e-commerce sites for Germany, the United Kingdom, France, Spain and Italy.

 

The AllPosters.nl site is written in Dutch and accepts popular Dutch payment methods including Visa Electron, EuroCard and PayPal. The retailer says that packages to Dutch customers will be shipped from the Art.com warehouse in Venray, Holland. E-mail and phone–based customer service also will be offered in Dutch. Dutch affiliates are also encouraged to participate in the site’s affiliate program to earn commissions on referrals to AllPosters.nl.

“We’re very excited about the launch of our Dutch web site and the opportunity to provide a more customized experience for our valued Dutch customers. Also, the proximity of our local manufacturing facility in Venray, Holland, will ensure fast delivery of finished product to the customer’s doorstep,” says Sachi Maki, senior manager, international, for Art.com Inc. “Our Dutch customers will be excited to discover AllPosters.nl as a one-stop-shop that offers the widest selection of quality wall décor at a great value.”

 

AllPosters is a division of Art.com Inc., No. 99 in the Internet Retailer Top 500 Guide. Since 1998, the company has sold wall décor online to more than eight million customers in over 200 countries.

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