GoECart, a provider of e-commerce solutions, has announced a new collaboration with Canada Post that will improve the online shopping experience when Canadians buy from U.S. retailers.
The integration of the Canada Post shipping platform with GoECart’s multi-channel e-commerce platform will enable GoECart’s U.S. based retail partners to quickly retrieve shipping rates and times, print shipping labels and track shipments. As a result, Canadian customers will benefit from a transparent, hassle-free shipping and delivery experience when they’re shopping online from U.S. retailers.
“Canadian shoppers want an efficient, convenient and seamless end-to-end shopping experience no matter where they shop. Canada Post is serving these customer expectations by simplifying and improving the cross-border online shopping process.” says René Desmarais, Senior Vice-President, Parcels, at Canada Post.
“Our integration with Canada Post enables GoECart merchants to manage their order fulfilment, shipping and logistics operations in Canada with more confidence, as they are now seamlessly connected to the largest retail postal network in Canada. Shipping to Canada has become as simple as shipping to Texas.” says Manish Chowdhary, CEO of GoECart.
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