eBay and Sendle team up to appeal to SMEs

eBay and Sendle team up to appeal to SMEs

 eBay will now offer Australian parcel delivery service Sendle as a shipping option directly in the platform for the first time.

Building on the success of their existing partnership, eBay and Sendle are making it even simpler for eBay sellers to benefit from premium parcel delivery. To date, the partnership has provided eBay sellers with a Sendle account a two-day delivery guarantee. Now eBay will offer its sellers an alternative shipping option, and the ability to easily print Sendle labels and book deliveries directly from their eBay dashboard, for the first time.

The integration offers a tailored shipping solution perfectly suited to the needs of small to medium sized online retailers, providing them with a fast, more affordable shipping option during the year’s busiest retail season. Shipping rates will start as low as $6.00 for same-city deliveries and $7.03 for national deliveries.

James Chin Moody, co-founder and CEO of Sendle said: “eBay is the largest online shopping site in the country, and is truly the heart of Australian e-commerce. With a shared commitment to helping small businesses thrive, we can’t wait to help all of eBay’s sellers build their business, particularly in the critical lead up to Christmas.”

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