Hurricane partner with Australia Post for import duty calculations

By Chris Dawson November 20, 2019 - 11:05 am

Hurricane have struck a partnership with Australia Post to offer their cross-border API solutions, which will allow clients to classify their products, import duty calculations and taxes and screen for product restrictions and those on global denied parties lists. Using a true, bespoke AI – Bluestone – Hurricane helps businesses stay compliant with the ever changing regulations when operating in cross-border commerce markets. Businesses need to be particularly aware of the implementation of Advance Data Capture in crossborder shipments and minimise the risk of fines for breaking the rules which can be extremely costly.

“Our collaboration with Australia Post represents a recognition of the need to address the complex environment of cross-border commerce by offering simple API solutions to the Australasia merchant base through a trusted Postal partner.

The offering through Australia Post combines an enhanced digital experience for overseas purchasers combined with the high standards of physical delivery experience through Australia Post”
– Martyn Noble, CEO, Hurricane Commerce

The API solutions Hurricane provides will be available on all customer portals as of the New Year. Hurricane Commerce is a global provider of a cross-border API solutions. Hurricane’s primary markets are Logistics, Postal and eCommerce.

With a highly specialised global team, combined with a unique true AI solution to an increasingly global problem, Hurricane is a must have for any business trading internationally.

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