White Paper: Ship Station
Shipping process has changed dramatically over the past few years and there are many reasons a customer may be ticked off.
When you're first starting to build out your shipping process, it's easy to just do what gets the orders out the door and never re-visit how to make your processes more efficient.
This whitepaper helps eCommerce companies become more efficient shippers.
Key takeaways from this Guide on Efficient Shipping:
Shipping software tips and Customer shipping pricing strategies
How you set up your physical shipping space—your ShipStation.
Breaking down how efficient your shipping processes are.
Setting up your physical shipping space with the right tools to make your shipping process even more efficient
Package Customization: Choosing the right box sizes for your products
How to save money on postage and shipping and to ship internationally
How to handle large increases in orders when your current shipping process may not be best suited to handle them
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By: NexInfo Solutions, Inc
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