Finland, Poland and Israel added to Global Shipping program

By Chris Dawson February 26, 2015 - 2:12 pm

Globe hmeBay have announced that from mid-March three new countries, Finland, Poland and Israel, will be able to buy products on eBay UK and have them shipped via the .

The new countries are in additional to Australia, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, China, Denmark, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Luxembourg, Netherlands, New Zealand, Portugal, Russia, Spain, Sweden and the USA which are already covered by the Global Shipping Program for UK sellers.

If you already ship internationally there’s nothing that you need do, just continue specifying shipping to these countries.

If you don’t ship internationally all you need do to sell to the countries on the Global Shipping Program is to make sure you’re opted in (or don’t opt out!) and simply post the parcel to the UK Shipping Centre using your usual postage service. The address is automatically provided as the ‘Post-to’ address on the order and includes a unique identifier code. Please always include this code on your label so the UK Shipping Centre can identify your item.

Good news for those using the Global Shipping Program, the combined population of Finland, Poland and Israel gives another 52 million potential customers that will be able to buy from you by mid-March.

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