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eBay launches new delivery service for sellers in Asean

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Cambodia, Germany, the Philippines, Sri Lanka and Macau will be added to the ePacket service on October 1. SUPPLIED/THE NATION

eBay launches new delivery service for sellers in Asean

Online retailer eBay has launched the “eBay SeaPass” shipping platform to support eBay sellers in Asean by simplifying retail order fulfilment and providing automated shipping.

In Thailand, eBay said it would enable the faster handling of paid orders, saving eBay sellers time and money through an easy-to-use system that is available to them at no charge.

eBay is also collaborating with Thailand Post to offer special discounts and privileges to sellers who use eBay SeaPass together with Thailand Post’s ePacket service.

Boonphan Boonprayoon of eBay Thailand said: “To help eBay sellers in Thailand and Southeast Asia effectively run a borderless business in our global online marketplace, eBay developed ‘eBay SeaPass’.

“Thai sellers will benefit from this automated fulfilment and shipping process when they ship items from Thailand to buyers worldwide, increasing both the speed and convenience of order processing and tracking.

“It enables fast and easy printing of shipping labels, so sellers can pick and pack items more quickly.

Until December 31, eBay sellers will get a special 10 baht ($0.33) discount on the ePacket shipping fee for each item shipped .

Thailand Post’s ePacket service is currently available for China, South Korea, Japan, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Singapore, Malaysia, Maldives, Vietnam, Indonesia, Australia and the US.

Cambodia, Germany, the Philippines, Sri Lanka and Macau will be added to the ePacket service on October 1.

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