How It Works
Why do we use Shipstage?
Unlock the secrets to global growth
Open up your Amazon store to customers all over the world by treating them the same way you would treat local customers. The appropriate shipping documentation is generated by our platform, and our courier partners make certain that your shipments arrive without incident.
Impressive range of couriers
Don't let the presence of a few couriers restrict you. No matter what you are shipping or where you are shipping it, you can use Shipstage to gain access to a large number of different couriers and obtain the most competitive pricing for any destination country.
Pay duties and taxes upfront to ensure a smooth delivery
Import duties and taxes can be a significant financial burden when shipping goods internationally. We give you complete visibility on various fees that you can anticipate, and we even give you the option to prepay these costs to ensure a smooth delivery.
Eliminate boring and repeated tasks with shipping rules
Make use of shipping rules in order to tailor your shipping preferences and save time that would otherwise be spent on manual labor. Using this feature, you will be able to set up specific rules to select a courier based on a variety of factors, including the destination of the shipment, the type of product being shipped, the weight of the item, and more.
Affordable and equitable insurance
The affordability and fairness of the insurance that is provided by the couriers can be hit or miss. Our shipping insurance has reasonable premiums and a claim processing time that is significantly faster than what is typically offered by delivery services.
Amazon API integration
Amazon is the most comprehensive online marketplace in the world; it brings together buyers and sellers of nearly every product imaginable.
Amazon provides customers with a marketplace in which they can purchase a wide variety of goods, from AAA batteries to ziploc bags. Amazon was initially a marketplace for books when it was founded in 1994; however, the company has experienced tremendous growth in the years since then and has evolved into a marketplace for virtually anything. Today, Amazon makes it possible for third-party sellers to connect with its massive user base and list their products on the platform. Amazon is just one of many online marketplaces that numerous vendors use to list their wares for sale.
When you connect your Amazon account to Shipstage, you will be given access to significantly reduced shipping rates. Shipstage gives you access to a number of different carriers while simultaneously allowing you to quickly import orders, calculate shipping rates, print shipping labels, and track packages. Shipstage is an application programming interface (API) that provides a variety of services that can be used jointly or separately without causing any downtime. Shipstage's integration with Amazon can be completed quickly and easily thanks to the comprehensive documentation provided.
Enables you to quickly compare prices offered by all of the carriers with which you are affiliated.
Labels can be generated at significantly reduced cost.
Import all of your Amazon orders automatically and quickly go through the necessary processing to get them shipped.
Ensure that you have the appropriate address for each and every package that you send anywhere in the world.
Get up-to-the-minute information on the progress of each shipment here.
You can easily add package insurance with either us or the shipping carrier of your choice.
Create the necessary customs documentation to guarantee that your international packages will reach their destination without any delays.
Slack, email, or even a simple phone call can put you in touch with an API guru at any time you need it.
We have everything Amazon stores may require and wish for
Shipstage has been used by thousands of satisfied Amazon sellers to assist them in expanding their businesses through improved shipping.
We have developed an integration with Amazon that will enable you to take advantage of Shipstage's benefits without causing any disruptions to the business processes that you have established on the Amazon platform.