GLS announces service extension for eBay sellers

GLS announces service extension for eBay sellers

GLS has announced a service extension for eBay sellers, which will enable them to meet the online marketplace’s new standards for punctual delivery. A spokesperson for the company told Post&Parcel this morning (24 May) that the service has been updated so the eBay buyers will now receive emails confirming that parcels have been sent, with a tracking number.

The changes to the service will mean that eBay sellers using GLS for parcel delivery will meet the requirements introcuded in February and be able to maintain their ratings for fast and reliable delivery.

 

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