SEKO and ShipStation join forces to help e-commerce retailers

SEKO Logistics is partnering with ShipStation to help its e-commerce merchants expand in new cross-border markets.
ShipStation, one of the world’s leading web-based shipping solutions, helps e-commerce retailers import, organise, process and ship their orders quickly and easily from any web browser.
It features the most integration partners of any e-commerce web-based solution, with over 150 shopping carts, marketplaces, package carriers and fulfillment services, including Amazon, Etsy, Ebay and Squarespace as well as major express and mail carriers.
Brian Bourke, vice president of marketing for SEKO Logistics, said: “We’re excited by the opportunity to partner with ShipStation and to be combining our respective strengths to open up new markets for dynamic and ambitious merchants, especially those exporting from our major markets in the United Kingdom, United States and Australia.
“SEKO’s reputation for cross-border e-commerce solutions means we are also a first port of call for smaller shippers that want to expand globally. We will now be able to migrate those companies to ShipStation and they can just ‘flip a switch’ to use our cross-border e-commerce solutions because ShipStation is integrated with so many e-commerce platforms.”
The partners say this means merchants will have:
• Reduced transit time and lower cost to international markets
• Reduced cart abandonment rates internationally with lower shipping costs
• An easy and monetised returns solution with international in-country return capabilities
• Unified tracking internationally regardless of final mile postal carrier
• Retailer/seller custom-branded tracking portals
With over 120 offices in 40 countries worldwide, SEKO Logistics is one of the world’s fastest-growing providers of cross-border e-commerce shipping solutions through its Omni-Channel Logistics division.

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