EMAIL add new international courier options

By Dan Wilson March 7, 2014 - 5:15 pm has strengthened its international shipping service across Europe by partnering with Direct Entry, an innovative shipping company which specialises in low cost international deliveries.

Consumers and businesses now have the option to ship parcels to even more countries worldwide at a lower cost, for example you can now ship a parcel to Belgium for as little as £10.99.

This expansion will mean that can meet increasing customer demand whether it is personal or business related. Ensuring that parcels will be delivered internationally within 5-8 working days.

James Greenbury, CEO says “Developing the operation will have a huge impact on our overall service. We aim to continually provide customers with the cheapest and best value delivery options possible and this partnership with Direct Entry enables us to do just that; helping international deliveries become that much more affordable.”

The countries served are: Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Denmark Finland, France, Germany, Hungary, Ireland,Italy, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Spain, Bulgaria, Estonia, Greece, Latvia, Romania, Slovenia, Slovakia and USA

  • Giggles26
    4 years ago

    After years of having an account Manager at eBay early last month we received a rather impersonal and cold email telling us that we no longer qualify for one (despite significant growth year on year ). It also means that we will no longer had access to the their retail promotions calendar as these are now only available to businesses who have an account manager. The process of elimination seems rather sketchy and we as a business are not entirely sure what way eBay is looking to go . We also heard that they had consultants in to help them through this process of elimination . As a retail business it is very hard to plan with eBay in mind any more. We are seriously looking at shutting down our eBay business as our sales have tanked since this change . Does anyone have any insight into eBays strategic goals for the future and understand who or what their focus is ? Is any one else experiencing the same does any body have any insight into this at all? What is eBay upto ?

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