ShipStation Adds New Services to Help Australian Sellers Accelerate International Sales

ShipStation assists with simplifying delivery and lowering cost for Australian e-commerce retailers’ domestic and international delivery needs

AUSTIN, TX — June 21, 2019 — ShipStation, the world’s leading web-based e-commerce shipping solution, today announced partnerships with Australia Post International and SEKO Logistics to help Australian merchants expand their global footprint. These added features will offer Australian customers a comprehensive solution for both domestic and international delivery within Australia, simplifying delivery and lowering costs for Australian merchants.

Partnerships with Australia Post International and SEKO Logistics support ShipStation’s rapid growth in Australia, where its user base has grown 221% since launching in the country in 2016 and includes brands such as Royal Essence, Arnold’s Boat Shop, and Kippens Pty Ltd. The expansion gives Australian sellers new options for growing global sales, allows them to get orders into the hands of their customers more quickly, and enables them to create a branded experience from label generation to tracking to returns.

“The partnership between ShipStation and Australia Post has certainly provided benefits to our customers through ShipStation’s connectivity,” said Ben Franzi, General Manager, Intermediaries at Australia Post. “We’re excited to build on our relationship with ShipStation and work together to help e-commerce retailers fulfill more orders, expand their businesses, and deliver an improved customer experience.” 

“Australia’s e-commerce market is on the rise, and we’re eager to make a presence in the space with the help of Australia Post and SEKO Logistics,” said David Boyer, General Manager, ShipStation Australia. “ShipStation is always looking for new ways to help our Australia-based customers. These new integrations will surely offer e-commerce sellers in Australia a distinct competitive advantage.”

Australia is the 10th largest e-commerce market in the world and is projected to grow by 15% in the next year. With a population primarily concentrated in five major cities, consumers expect their packages to arrive in a timely manner. The ShipStation expansion simplifies delivery and lowers the cost for Australian merchants, allowing them to better serve their consumers.

ShipStation’s continued growth in Australia builds on the international success the company has experienced since its founding in 2011. With more than 300 global partnerships with leading shopping carts, marketplaces, carriers, and fulfillment services, tens of thousands of e-commerce retailers trust ShipStation to solve their day-to-day shipping needs — wherever they sell and however they ship.

For more information about ShipStation’s shipping software, and how e-commerce retailers can solve the daily challenges of managing orders and processing shipping, please visit https://www.shipstation.com/au/.

About ShipStation

Every day, tens of thousands of e-commerce retailers rely on ShipStation to solve the day-to-day challenges of importing orders and processing shipments. The trusted leader in shipping software since its founding in 2011, ShipStation helps online sellers scale their businesses and deliver exceptional customer experiences, with an intuitive online solution that allows them to efficiently ship orders — wherever they sell and however they ship. The multi-channel and multi-carrier platform offers the most integrations of any e-commerce solution, with more than 300 partnerships with leading shopping carts, marketplaces, carriers and fulfillment services, including FedEx, USPS, UPS, Amazon, Shopify, and BigCommerce. ShipStation is headquartered in Austin, TX, with offices in Sydney and London, and is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Stamps.com (Nasdaq: STMP). For more information, visit https://www.shipstation.com.