ShipStation UK expansion continues with PrestaShop integration

By Chris Dawson February 16, 2018 - 2:01 pm

ShipStation has become a premium Partner for PrestaShop as part of their drive to capture a share of the UK market. This partnership with one of Europe’s top ecommerce platforms is a critical step for the ShipStation UK expansion and additional new markets, most recently seen with the company’s integration with Royal Mail.

With the availability in PrestaShop’s Module store, ShipStation is now a prime choice for PrestaShop merchants in the US, UK, Canada, and Australia. ShipStation not only imports orders from all relevant sales channels like – PrestaShop, eBay, or Amazon globally and over 150 other carts and marketplaces – it also manages inventory, provides time- and money-saving features and makes shipping with multiple carriers a breeze. This broad value proposition makes ShipStation a unique offer within the PrestaShop Module Shop.

Additional ShipStation features that PrestaShop sellers will have access to include branding options, such as branded labels, packing slips, tracking page and even a Branded Returns Portal, to elevate the online shopping experience. ShipStation also gives users the ability to set up Automation Rules which automatically populate customs forms and generate the best shipping rate, based on geography and product. On the go? The ShipStation mobile app, free on iOS and Android devices, allows sellers to manage and view their ShipStation accounts on their phones.

ShipStation subscriptions start at £7.00 (US $9.00) per month with no set-up or per-label fees. They already have integrations with other webstore platforms such as Magento, Shopify, BigCommerce, WooCommerce, Squarespace and OpenCart as well as many of the popular multichannel management providers.

  • 10 months ago

    Thanks for sharing this!

  • 10 months ago

    Trouble is they can’t support the customer they already have. I have been waiting a week for a single reply. I see others are complaining also.

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