Browsing articles tagged with " shipping"
Mar
29
2010

Shipping Labels On eBay

eBayers and non-eBayers have been printing shipping labels via the PayPal website for years. In the next few days, eBay will be allowing users to print “eBay Shipping labels” directly from the eBay website. There is no need to go to PayPal for this service any longer.  Over the next few months, eBay shipping labels […]

Mar
24
2010

USPS Five-Day Delivery

The USPS has launched a website on to provide information about its proposal to implement a five-day street delivery schedule. They propose to end regular Saturday mail delivery to street addresses as part of a plan to ensure that it can continue to deliver affordable service to the American people. Post Offices will remain open […]

Jan
28
2010

Shipsurance eReport Pro Now Available

Our eBay reporting software program has finally received its facelift! It has been months in the making and we are finally here. Our “DSI eReport for eBay” program has been updated to “Shipsurance eReport Pro”. But this is not just a facelift. Not only does the program lose our old company moniker of “DSI”, it […]

Nov
20
2009

FedEx Also Raising Declared Value Costs for 2010

Keeping the landscape the same with UPS, FedEx has raised their rates for 2010 effective January 4th. As listed here: http://www.fedex.com/us/rates2010/surcharges.html: “FedEx Express declared-value charges will increase from $0.65 to $0.70 per $100 of value. For U.S. package services, the charge will apply to shipments valued in excess of $100, and the minimum charge will […]

Jul
27
2009

Shipping Insurance for eBay® Sellers

eBay© has decided to change many of its seller rules and programs. Of interest to many is their removal of optional charges for shipping insurance. Starting September 22, 2009, shipping insurance will no longer be included in the purchase flow as either an option or requirement for buyers. The explanation hinges on the buyer  experience […]

Jul
16
2009

On a Pallet, Ship It Freight

We are in a recession and anything that can be done to save some money is being pondered. Unfortunately, when shipping a package, sometimes it it just common sense to pay for specialized transit. We commonly speak with customers that are shipping items in the stock manufacturers packaging. The problem with many of these shipments […]

Jul
8
2009

Possibly Up To 3200 Post Offices and Retail Outlets to Close

Over the next three months, more than 3,200 post offices and retail outlets — out of 34,000 — will be reviewed for possible closure or consolidation. Downsizing is a business imperative, says Linda Welch, acting vice president of delivery and post office operations at USPS. “Revenues have declined, and mail volume continues to decline,” she […]

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