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Parcelhub integration in Linnworks Application store

By Chris Dawson December 4, 2018 - 10:14 am

Parcelhub have integrated with Linnworks as part of a wider business strategy working towards integrating with every major Order Management System. You’ll find the shipping solution in the Linnworks Application store.

“We’re delighted to be adding an integration with Parcelhub to the Linnworks Application Store and in turn providing our customers with an even broader range of delivery options.”
– Andrew Thomson, Partnership Manager, Linnworks

Parcelhub’s in-house, UK-based software development team constructed a direct integration with Linnworks giving users access to seamless multi-carrier integration and proactive tracking, shortenimg customers’ label production to a few clicks of a mouse, while retaining full control over every shipment. The new integrations brings a single interface to 20+ carriers and 600+ services to Linnworks users.

“Parcelhub’s new Linnworks shipping integration has been designed with ease of use in mind. With this new integration, merchants will be able to handle their shipment processing and label printing from within Linnworks. Once a user selects a postal service method linked to the Parcelhub integration, when printing a label, Linnworks will create the shipment via the Parcelhub API and produce the label. You can also cancel labels directly from within Linnworks. Tracking information is processed into the Linnworks environment.”
– Chris Knowlson, Software Engineer, Parcelhub

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