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The latest news and developments from your competitors who provide third party services to the online marketplace industry.
By Sasha Fedorenko January 16, 2019 - 4:24 pm

PayPal appoints new CMO as they aim to strengthen their global offering

PayPal announced yesterday the appointment of Allison Johnson to hold a new chief marketing officer position in a bid to strengthen their global offering. Allison Johnson will be based in the supplier's San Jose, California headquarters and report directly to PayPal's CEO Dan Schulman. In the newly

Snapfulfil reveals top fulfilment trends for 2019

Warehouse management solution specialist, Snapfulfil, has published its top fulfilment trends to look out for in warehouse management and fulfilment for 2019. "Demand for fast and flexible delivery options, coupled with the growth of artificial intelligence and big data will continue to drive change in the

FedEx Express grabs International Express business from Israeli distributor

FedEx Express and Flying Cargo Group have announced that after nearly 30 years of close cooperation providing International Express transportation services to the Israeli market, they have reached a conditional agreement under which FedEx Express will acquire the International Express business of Flying Cargo Group

UPS rolls out speedy global shipping to support cross-border trade

UPS announced today an introduction of accelerated global shipping to help businesses in the US export their goods to international markets. The new initiative is designed to allow merchants to ship their US products to 57 countries across the Americas, Europe and Asia. Sellers that schedule a

PartPay give retailers an ability to offer instalments spread over 2 months

As consumers' shopping habits are changing, retailers need to deliver new ways of convenience to their clientele. To stay ahead of the developing market, retailers need to deliver upon shoppers' needs, wants and impulses. This means retailers need to consider abandoning their old strategies and adopt new,

Five marketplace fulfilment start-ups to look out for in 2019

A solid fulfilment strategy is vital to business growth. Merchants will often stumble upon a dilemma of finding the right supplier. Today Tamebay will look at five logistics start-ups that sellers can get a hold of to meet their business model priorities. ShipBob:two-day shipping service and total control over customers'

Australia Post secures full acquisition of Aramax Global Solutions

Australia Post has announced that it will be developing its international capability with a purchase that will mean the full ownership of Aramex Global Solutions (AGS), which provides end-to-end cross-border logistics solutions to a portfolio of global ecommerce merchants. Australia Post has reached an "in principle"

FedEx Extra Hours launched to help retailers compete with ecommerce merchants

FedEx is expanding its ecommerce delivery options for retailers with the new FedEx Extra Hours faciity, It's a service that enables participating retailers to fulfil ecommerce orders later in the day and into the evening and receive late pickups too, with next-day local delivery and

Parcelhub speeds up order processing with integrated label option

As part of a wider strategy aimed around handling and processing more complex data but presenting it in a simple and user-friendly way, Parcelhub have introduced an integrated label option, which will enable retailers, brands and wholesalers to produce picking sheets, packing slips and shipping

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