Sendle to offer delivery service to Shopify customers


Parcel delivery company in new tie-up with e-commerce platform in Australia

Sendle to offer delivery service to Shopify customers
James Moody says the new deal is part of the company's expansion plan in the e-commerce sector.

 

Sendle has entered a new parcel delivery partnership with e-commerce platform Shopify in Australia effective today.

Shopify customers will now be able to choose Sendle as their delivery provider, with a flat-rate pricing that Sendle says is "typically 40 per cent cheaper than traditional post".

The flat-rate pricing means customers can send as many or as few parcels at no additional charges, with no minimum order quantity required for deliveries.

On the other hand, store owners linked with Shopify will be able to connect their stores directly with the Sendle dashboard and start shipping instantly.

As part of the integration, all Shopify sales that have been paid for will be synced and imported directly into the customer’s Sendle dashboard.

Sendle will also allow store owners to streamline delivery of existing orders through label printing, order booking and parcel tracking.

"This new integration will extend that simplicity even further to help users eliminate pain points and make shipping and delivery seamless," Sendle CEO James Moody says.

"Through our integration with Shopify, we are unlocking the power of big business logistics — convenience and affordability, for small and medium online sellers around the country.

"Our vision is to level the playing field and simplify shipping and delivery for thousands of small business owners around Australia.

"The ongoing development of our open API allows us to easily integrate with key partners, as we work to create an e-commerce ecosystem for more users."

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