Pitney Bowes have announced that they will continue to provide a range of cross-border ecommerce logistics services to eBay in the US and UK – you probably know this better as the eBay GSP contract (Global Shipping Programme).
Many may not have known that the eBay GSP contract was up for renewal, but it’s good news that they are staying with the incumbent supplier as at least it’s one area of stability in a world of increasing disruption and business uncertainty. The Global Shipping Programme aims to give every eBay seller, from the small businesses and consumer sellers to large brands and retailers, the ability to export with minimum friction.
In the US, Pitney Bowes has been a partner to eBay since 2012 and will continue to support eBay GSP with leading technology, compliance and cross-border delivery services as eBay transitions Sellers from GSP to the new eBay International Shipping. Pitney Bowes will continue to be a partner, offering a range of ecommerce logistics services to support eBay International Shipping going forward.
In the UK, Pitney Bowes has renewed its eBay GSP contract to support the UK programme as eBay looks to add cross border Sellers and drive more value to its successful and growing online marketplace. Pitney Bowes has provided technology, compliance and cross-border delivery services to help eBay Sellers in the UK reach consumers internationally since 2014.
As our partnership enters its second decade, Pitney Bowes is excited to be a part of eBay’s renewed vision to make international selling as simple and seamless as domestic delivery for eBay Sellers and buyers around the globe. .– Gregg Zegras, EVP & President, Global Ecommerce, Pitney Bowes
The eBay Global Shipping Programme simplifies and removes friction from the increasing complexity of selling internationally. We look forward to working with Pitney Bowes to drive further growth for our sellers.– Cristian van Tienhoven, Chief Operating Officer, eBay UK
Pitney Bowes also signed a new agreement with SHEIN, one of the largest online fashion retailers in the world and came to a new agreement with USPS, enabling shippers to pay for and label packages to send directly through USPS.
We Have only good things to say about this service
Indeed we often think-were imagining theGSP
it works that well
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