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Borderfree announced it will acquire Bundle Tech Limited, the operator of DutyCalculator, a provider of cloud-based global trade and customs compliance data services. Here’s what this means for Borderfree customers.
Parcel Shipping prices are going to rise in 2015, according to reports this month about UPS and the United States Postal Service. Here’s more about rising shipping costs from Multichannel Merchant Senior Editor Mike O’Brien.
Gap Inc., announced plans to close its brand Piperlime by the end of first quarter of 2015, including its single store in New York. See what this means for Gap Inc.
Orchard Brands, a multichannel retailer of apparel and home products focused on serving women and men above the age of 50, has partnered with Borderfree to give consumers around the globe online access to its family of fashion and beauty, home and wellness brands.
Online retailers can now use Globegistics to streamline their international shipping via ShipStation.
Businesses in Africa are under increasing pressure in the current economic climate to remain competitive. This is according to Sumesh Rahavendra, Head of Marketing for DHL Express Sub Saharan Africa, who says that as the global economy continues to change, retailers, manufactures and other sectors are increasingly facing difficult, and sometimes unique, challenges that impact their supply chains.
Cross-border solutions provider Borderfree announced that high-end jewelry retailer Ylang 23 is the first of its retail partners to expand its global ecommerce capabilities through its new connector on the MarketLive ecommerce platform.
Staples extends its partnership with CommerceHub with a multi-year contract, extending its decade-long partnership with its virtual inventory program.
Sellers on Amazon from more than 100 countries around the world fulfilled orders to customers in 185 countries using the Fulfillment By Amazon service.
The 2014 Answers Experience Index reveals that Amazon’s customer satisfaction score slipped to 83, tying it with QVC for the highest score among the top 100 ecommerce sites measured. Here’s a look at how far Amazon’s score has fallen in just one year.