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ShipStation add support for Amazon Australia

By Chris Dawson February 9, 2018 - 1:00 pm

ShipStation have expanded their reach in Australia with an Amazon Australia integration which can equally provide support for Aussie merchants wanting to sell on the site as well as for international sellers shipping from outside the country.

“The e-commerce market is growing rapidly in Australia. According to eMarketer, total online sales have grown over $6 Billion since 2013. That puts the Australian e-commerce market in the top ten worldwide. Not to mention over 65% of Australians reportedly shop online. It’s a great opportunity to expand your business! But, we know selling internationally can be intimidating. That’s where ShipStation comes in. ShipStation integrates with Sendle, Australia Post, UPS Australia, DHL Express Australia, and many other carriers making the process as efficient as possible.”
– ShipStation

ShipStation rightly point out that if If Amazon were to gain a market share of even 20% in Australia, it would generate over $6 Billion so there’s plenty of opportunity for sellers around the world to increase their cross border sales.

Currently Amazon only have one warehouse in Australia and haven’t launched FBA to make long distance selling in the country easy and simple so most overseas sellers will be shipping internationally and domestic sellers will have to arrange their own couriers. ShipStation’s shipping solutions seamlessly integrate with all of the major ecommerce shopping carts and platforms, now including Amazon Australia, enabling you to easily manage and ship your online orders.

Key ShipStation features for Amazon Australia

  • Compatible with International Amazon Stores

    Whether you sell in the US, UK, Canada, Mexico, Germany, Spain, France, or Italy via Amazon, we’ve got you covered

  • Product Pictures & Weights

    Product pictures and weights are imported when your order imports

  • Tracking Information

    Automatically send back the tracking information to Amazon, as soon as you create your label

  • Customer Shipping Preference

    Let you know what the customer chose for their preferred shipping method

  • Import Products by ASIN or SKU

    Choose whether the ASIN or the SKU is the unique identifier for your products

  • Full Customer Information

    Import the full recipient address (including their phone number) when they import an order

  • Run Reports on Amazon Orders

    Import your Amazon orders into ShipStation to run advanced reporting in ShipStation

Support for UK sellers

Don’t think that because ShipStation are based in the US that they can’t help UK sellers. As well as support for multichannel management solutions such as ChannelAdvisor, Linnworks and Brightpearl, their shipping support for carriers also includes Royal Mail, FedEx, UPS and DHL.

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