How Consumers Can Take Control of Their Deliveries [Scheduling Windows, Local Pickups, & More]
Free tools from shipping carriers like UPS empower consumers to optimize and plan for their deliveries, from communicating vacation days to local pickups.
Shipping Hazardous Materials: A Guide to HAZMAT Shipping & Compliance for Ecommerce
Learn what hazardous materials are, including classifications, shipping processes, and the different regulations for selling dangerous goods online.
APO Shipping Restrictions, Address Formats, Carriers, and More
APO shipping doesn’t have to be difficult. Here’s what to expect when shipping a package to a military address.
What Does DDP Mean? Delivery Duty Paid Shipping Explained
DDP is an international shipping standard designed to protect buyers. Learn more about DDP and the four reasons why it’s used.
Dunnage: Definition, The 9 Types, and Why It’s Important
Dunnage is the durable padding material used to protect goods inside of a package. Dunnage can be anything from bubble wrap to industrial solid plastics.
Fedex, UPS, & USPS Christmas Deadline 2019: Last Day to Mail Packages for Christmas
Holiday shipping deadlines help ensure delivery by Christmas. Learn when the 2019 cutoffs are for each carrier and service.
6 Profitable Ecommerce Companies That Use 3PLs
Learn why more and more ecommerce companies are partnering with a 3PL to fulfill orders faster and scale at an incredible rate.
7 Surprising Ecommerce Statistics Related to Peak Season
Based on thousands of ecommerce merchants and millions of shipments, here are seven surprising ecommerce statistics related to the busiest time of the season.
Oversize Shipping: Carrier Rules, Dimensions, Weights, and How to Ship Oversized Items
Oversized shipping can be complicated. Here is everything you need to know about shipping oversized items in the most cost-effective way.
Shipping Policy Template: Why Your Ecommerce Business Needs One
A shipping policy is an ecommerce best practice. We compiled information on how to create a shipping policy, plus some examples to help you get started.
How to Make Shipping Part of Your Ecommerce Marketing Strategy
If you offer appealing shipping options on your ecommerce store — from free shipping to fast delivery options — don’t forget to make your customers aware of them!
How to Get Free Shipping Supplies: Boxes, Mailers, and More
Small ecommerce businesses can pick up free shipping supplies from several major carriers, such as USPS, UPS, FedEx, and DHL.