As an eCommerce seller, the inevitable happens: You ship a product to a customer and it arrives damaged. That is one of the reasons you insure your shipments with Shipsurance. However, what does your customer do with the damaged item and packaging? In the past, if you declared a value with the shipping carrier, you […]
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FedEx has announced their 2015 rate changes. The changes will take place on January 5, 2015. Almost all modes of FedEx transit will have a rate increase in the new year. Of specific interest to our current and prospective customers, this includes their declared value charges. This means that if you declare a $200.00 value on 100 packages, this would […]
Due to unsatisfactory performance, the USPS will be suspending Electronic Delivery Confirmation™ (D/C) to a few International destinations. Effective June 12 ,2014, D/C is not available to Brazil, Denmark, France, Gibraltar, Italy, Luxembourg, and Portugal. Per the USPS, customers who need tracking information to Brazil, Denmark, France, Gibraltar, Italy, Luxembourg, and Portugal should purchase Global Express Guaranteed® service, […]
Effective September 2014, the United States Postal Service is lowering their Priority Mail shipping prices for users of Commercial Plus and Commercial Base online shipping services. More details can be found below: http://about.usps.com/news/national-releases/2014/pr14_039.htm http://www.parcelindustry.com
On April 7 2014, the OpenSSL project issued a security advisory about a serious vulnerability in the encryption software in use by a large percentage, up to 66%, of the internet. This CVE-2014-0160 vulnerability, nicknamed “Heartbleed” would potentially allow attackers to retrieve information from encrypted SSL transactions. The best explanation of Heartbleed that we found is located here. […]
As of 2014 the United States Postal Service (USPS) has improved the visibility for additional International First Class and Priority mail shipments.
Who says “DHL IS FASTER”? Well, FedEx, TNT, and UPS, that’s who! It looks like DHL pranked their competitors with a few “Trojan Horse” packages. Check out the video below.