HUBBED partners with eBay and DHL eCommerce

HUBBED partners with eBay and DHL eCommerce

Australia-based parcel delivery network HUBBED (hubbed.com.au) has announced a new partnership with eBay and DHL eCommerce.

Through the eBay partnership, eBay sellers will now be able to drop off their customers’ goods at any of the 1,000 petrol stations, convenience stores and newsagents that are part of HUBBED’s network.

The new partnership with DHL eCommerce enables eBay sellers and other Australian online sellers with a HUBBED account to send their parcels to their shoppers anywhere across 220 countries and territories by dropping off their parcels at a HUBBED store.

eBay Australia sellers can now set up a HUBBED account which they can link with their eBay account and automatically generate shipping labels for international orders. Domestic online shoppers will have the option to collect their parcels at a time that suits them from within the same network.

All parcels sent via DHL eCommerce can be delivered to PO boxes, are fully tracked, with instant email notifications options, and receive insurance of up to $50 in value.

David McLean, Founder and CEO of HUBBED, commented: “The HUBBED model has put the customer at the heart of the delivery cycle. The seamless integration of our extensive parcel drop off network with our delivery carriers, and our low flat rates, is an attractive alternative to eBay sellers.

“Our major advantage is our network of stores that operates late – and over 60 per cent operate 24/7. Until now, online sellers were required to drop off their parcels during business hours at the post office or waited around for a pick up. Now sellers can drop off at a location close by at a time that suits them including weekends.”

eBay sellers can set up a HUBBED parcel account at https://sellercentre.ebay.com.au/

About The Author

Ian Taylor

Ian Taylor is the Editor of Triangle’s Mail & Express Review Magazine and the www.postandparcel.info portal. Ian has been a business journalist for almost 30 years, editing and writing for a wide range of magazines and newspapers with a particular focus on the transport and logistics industries.

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