Any Growing Ecommerce Business Can Streamline Shipping With Shippo This service handles all of your order and shipping needs.

By StackCommerce

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This year, 2020, has been a great year for entrepreneurship. With the world economy still reeling from the Covid-19 pandemic, many people have been forced out of work and their entrepreneurial spirit has taken over. Ecommerce is one industry that continues to thrive despite the economic fallout, and if you've made strides to start an eCommerce company, you're moving in the right direction.

But building an online store and driving traffic to it is one thing, creating a seamless operations and logistics system is another.

Shippo is a platform that provides everything an ecommerce merchant needs to streamline the shipping process. With Shippo, you can print labels, automate fulfillment workflows, track packages, handle returns, and much more.

Plus, you can save a lot of money while doing it because Shippo offers discounted rates (up to 90 percent off!) from all major carriers, including USPS, UPS, DHL, and FedEx. Shippo easily integrates into all major eCommerce platforms, marketplaces, 3PLs, and order management tools to simplify your operations and give you a major leg up on the competition.

See how much your brand can save on shipping by joining these founders and our other 50,000+ brands, including Touch of Modern, Goat, Tuft & Needle, Hims, and Unilever. Sign up and try Shippo today free with no software fees.

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