Ready to go cross-border with your shipping? A solid strategy for cross-border sales involves translating your website to multiple languages. Translating your site in order to communicate with and attract your cross-border shoppers is imperative. According to Common Sense Advisory study, you need a minimum of 14 languages in order to stay competitive online. On...

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The world of global e-Commerce continues to grow, providing numerous opportunities for retailers everywhere. However, there are a number of challenges these retailers face when shipping internationally to their customers. Price and reliability suddenly become a burden. So how do you remove these challenges? Find the right shipping partner. Finding the right partner to help...

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Cross-border e-Commerce is expanding worldwide and the most popular way of engaging in cross-border trade in the US is through marketplaces such as eBay. A recent survey conducted by eBay Enterprise revealed that international online shoppers that buy more expensive, luxurious products already expect to pay higher shipping costs and wait longer for delivery. Although...

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For cost-effective mailings with successful rates of delivery, accurate international address formatting is essential. If the address is not understandable or correct, your item may not reach the intended recipient. Each country has its own set of standards and addressing requirements – as a general rule, we recommend the following address formats for your international...

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With rotating strikes by the Canadian Union of Postal Workers over, Canada Post is working to stabilize operations.  However, backlogs remain severe and delays are expected into the new year.  Delivery guarantees are still suspended until further notice. Canada Post has stated their current outlook for deliveries is as follows: for parcels: Deliveries will continue but be...

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Federal legislation has been passed in Canada to end rotating strikes by the Canadian Union of Postal Workers (CUPW).  CUPW instructed all workers to report to their regularly scheduled shifts as of 12:00 PM ET today. Operations have resumed in all affected locations, however, backlogs remain severe and continued delays are expected for the foreseeable...

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