OnBuy partners with shipping platform Easyship

OnBuy.com is partnering with Easyship, a leader in global eCommerce shipping solutions.

This partnership with Easyship will provide retailers on the platform with access to a range of tools along with omnichannel cross-border fulfillment capabilities that will support and enable simplified domestic and international shipping.

Cas Paton, founder and CEO of OnBuy said: “OnBuy has exceeded our expectations in terms of growth, and we’ve been proud to serve each and every one of our merchants with unmatchable scale in the eCommerce space. As we look to venture into new markets, we want to bring our trusted retailers on the journey with us and provide them with the tools they need to reach their customers wherever they might be. This partnership is a solid step on the journey to global expansion and we’re delighted to be welcoming Easyship into the fold.”

Rob Evans, Director of Rarewaves.com said: “OnBuy has been a tool for success for Rarewaves. a likeminded brand in terms of growth capabilities, we share the same goals and want to reach as many people as we can with our range of entertainment products. Knowing this partnership will support our goals, we’re excited with the possibility to grow our audience base even further and bring our brand values to new markets.”

“The ability for any business to sell anywhere is significant for entrepreneurs who want to scale their commerce. Easyship’s international reach is unmatched. By integrating Easyship with OnBuy, sellers can now automate the movement of their products while leveraging discounted courier rates, pre-calculated taxes and duties, and a streamlined label generation and return software,” said Tommaso Tamburnotti, co-founder and CEO of Easyship. “We’re thrilled to partner with OnBuy to unlock even more markets for sellers.”

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