Delivery Start Up Sendle Signs New Shipping Deal

Tech based door-to-door parcel delivery startup Sendle have announced its new partnership with shipping label business ReadyToShip.

Effective today, customers using ReadyToShip through a range of e-Commerce platforms, including Shopify, BigCommerce, eBay, Magento, PrestaShop and WooCommerce, can link their accounts with Sendle and start shipping in minutes.

ReadyToShip users will also have access to free Sendle premium accounts, saving them a further $1 on every parcel sent.

Sendle is a technology-driven delivery service bringing more choice and competition to the logistics and e-Commerce market with a focus on competitive national flat rates, easy parcel tracking and active customer support service. The company is also a 100% carbon neutral delivery service, and is a certified B Corporation.

As a result of the new deal, Sendle’s customers will receive three months of free access to ReadyToShip’s logistics management software, helping them manage orders, print pick lists, invoices and labels, and send tracking numbers to customers in seconds. The integration has he potential to open up even more choices for Australian business owners looking to streamline and automate their shipping services without the budget and resources required for complex software and management systems.

The integration has the potential to open up even more choices for Australian business owners looking to streamline and automate their shipping services without the budget and resources required for complex software and management systems.

“ Our integration with ReadyToShip means that Sendle can now be used simply and reliably with every major -Commerce platform in Australia, including Shopify, eBay and BigCommerce This means more choice and simpler, cheaper parcel delivery for millions of online retailers throughout Australia, letting business owners focus on what matters,” explains Sendles’ Chairman, Simon Martin.

“ We are excited to be the first shipping management platform to integrate with Sendle. Our convenient services, combined with Sendle’s innovative logistics, create an affordable solution for e-Commerce retailers throughout Australia,” said Nathan Huppatz, co-founder of ReadyToShip (and online retail store costumes.com.au).

Sendle’s integration with ReadytoShip caps a year of major partnerships for the Australian delivery startup, which also announced an integration with Australian e-Commerce platform Neto last month.

 

 

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