ShipStation Australia

  • How ShipStation Mobile Can Help You Through the Holidays

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    Due to the pandemic, more consumers are shopping online than ever before. Our recent study shows 62% of customers are choosing to shop online instead of going inside a physical store. Although online shopping is convenient, the setback comes with making sure your product is shipped to your customer without avoidable delays or damages. Your […]

  • Avoid Shipping Delays This Holiday Season With Multi-Carrier Options

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    This holiday season is going to put considerable demands on already strained delivery services. In August 2021 alone, carriers experienced parcel volumes in excess of Christmas 2020. And, with shoppers expected to spend big online this holiday season, these volumes are only set to rise. Many carriers are currently overwhelmed and have already issued warnings […]

  • Using Scan to Verify to Help with the Holiday Rush

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    During the holiday rush, shipping mistakes can be more common. These mistakes can lead to your customers not receiving their orders on time, resulting in refunds and negative reviews. More than 85% of consumers say a poor shipping experience negatively impacts their perception of the retailer, while 83% are less likely to re-purchase from a […]

  • Australia and New Zealand Last Posting Dates for Christmas 2021

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    Jump to deadlines for: United States | Canada | United Kingdom During the holidays, there’s one thing you need to take care of: your shipping and fulfilment process. A big part of that is communicating to your customers your last posting dates for Christmas delivery. You need to find out the holiday shipping cutoff dates […]

  • How Welcome to Country improved efficiency, increased dispatch speed by 80% with ShipStation

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    Welcome to Country is a not-for-profit online marketplace for Indigenous and Torres Strait Islander experiences and products. First launched as a marketplace specifically dedicated to connecting travellers with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander tourism operators in December 2019, the company pivoted into e-commerce in the wake of COVID. The range of products and experiences listed […]

  • How Lioness Fashion increased dispatch speed by 50% with ShipStation

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    Australian online retailer Lioness has fast become a fashion force. Founded by Wendy Lin in 2010 as a wholesale business, the label made its foray into ecommerce in 2014. According to Brian Nguyen, director at Lioness, the label has significantly ramped up its direct-to-consumer business over the past three years.  “We started as a wholesaler […]

  • 3 Ways SMBs Can Persuade Customers to Buy During the Holiday Season

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    COVID-19 has significantly accelerated the growth of ecommerce, forcing businesses to up their online game. According to ShipStation research, online spending continues to rise, with 42% of consumers expecting to spend more in 2021 than they did in 2020. With more consumers shopping online than ever before, and with the peak sales season almost upon […]

  • 3 Tips to Revamp Returns

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    In the first week of 2021, UPS accepted 1.75 million returns into its system every day. This number is staggering, though not unexpected. Ecommerce surpassed levels not expected until 2025 last year, as consumers were forced to shop differently. Embracing returns is non-negotiable in today’s competitive retail environment. Consumers expect more from their favorite brands […]

  • Whisky Loot Quadrupled Business During Covid With ShipStation

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    Whisky Loot Quadrupled Business During Covid With ShipStation Covid’s impact on ecommerce, much like a sip of whisky, has been an intense experience that has gone down rough and with a little sting. For Sydney-based liquor subscription service Whisky Loot, though, much like their incredible whisky selection, the rough start ultimately gave way to a […]

  • How Salvos Stores Scaled Fulfilment For Australia’s First Online Op Shop

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    The Salvation Army is a grassroots organisation that has been providing care for communities across Australia for over 150 years. Its second-hand stores, known as op-shops, raise vital funds for community programs and divert more than 30 million items from landfill every year. “Our products come from the community through donations, our workforce comes from […]