Sendle joins eBay

Sendle joins eBay

Australian courier service Sendle has partnered with eBay. Sellers can now link their eBay accounts directly with Sendle to create shipping labels and receive access to flat-rate pricing throughout Australia, with door-to-door service that includes pick-up at prices that are said to be significantly cheaper than the post office.

eBay sellers also have access to Sendle Premium, which provides an extra $1 off standard pricing and allows merchants to ship 500g satchels for only $6.95. A 2kg parcel from Sydney to the Sunshine Coast costs $9.95 with Sendle.

The partnership is targeted at small and medium-sized businesses and to launch the partnership, Sendle is giving away 25,000 free deliveries to the eBay seller community.

Director of small business & shipping at eBay Australia & New Zealand Amrita Blickstead said: “We hear from our sellers that shipping can be one of the biggest pain points in running a business. The integration with Sendle is designed to remove some of this friction, and will allow our 40,000 small-to-medium sellers to be more efficient and sell instantly without being locked into a contract or a minimum commitment.”

Co-founder and CEO of Sendle James Chin Moody said: “‘Sendle for eBay’ is levelling the playing field for small and medium-sized eBay sellers, giving them a new shipping option that is simple, reliable and affordable. With a deep understanding of eBay seller needs and working together with eBay, we are focusssed on eliminating frustrating pain points for both buyers and sellers, making the delivery process seamless.”

 

 

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