Cross-Border E-Commerce Parcels with Escher and Hurricane

Cross-Border E-Commerce Parcels with Escher and Hurricane

David Spottiswood, co-founder of Hurricane Modular Commerce, and David Nelson, Vice President Sales (Americas) at Escher, join me to talk about improving the efficiency and customer experience of cross-border e-commerce:

  • Estimating taxes and duties on goods moved via the post office
  • Data collection for cross-border e-commerce
  • Data leakage for parcels lodged over the counter
  • Delays due to customs inspections
  • The customer experience for cross-border e-commerce
  • Prohibited and restricted items
  • Screening denied and restricted parties
  • Creating a central global database of denied and restricted parties
  • Gathering sender and addressee data at the time of lodgement (in the post office)
  • How changes in legislation have affected cross-border parcels
  • Reducing the cost of returns
  • What growth in cross-border e-commerce means for postal operators
  • Risks in not paying duties and taxes

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