Sendle partners with DHL eCommerce

Australian courier service provider Sendle is partnering with DHL eCommerce. Sendle will manage the domestic pickups from Australia’s SMEs and DHL eCommerce will then provide global delivery through its international network.

“Delivery performance is a critical success factor for any e-commerce business and an extremely crucial part of the consumer’s shopping experience. Australian SMEs are winners in this partnership as we combine DHL’s global expertise and reach with Sendle’s deep knowledge of small businesses to create simple and affordable solutions for international parcel delivery,” said Charles Brewer, CEO, DHL eCommerce.

James Chin Moody, CEO and Co-Founder at Sendle, said: “With the partnership now signed, we expect Sendle’s international shipping service to be available to selected Sydney customers in time for Christmas deliveries and to rollout nationwide in 2018. Watch this space,” Chin Moody said.

Sendle is inviting small businesses to register to be part of a pilot program (visit https://try.sendle.com/international-courier for more information).

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