ShipStation, the world’s leading cloud-based ecommerce shipping solution, has announced that Canadian small business merchants can now benefit from a new alliance agreement with FedEx, one of the world’s largest express transportation companies, with the company’s shipping services now available through ShipStation Carrier. This new offering allows small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) in Canada to access fast, easy, and reliable FedEx shipping services seamlessly via ShipStation.
Through ShipStation, SMB-sized ecommerce businesses in Canada get access to FedEx services and tools to help them deliver a best-in-class delivery experience in Canada and to over 220 countries and territories around the globe. The integration includes discounted rates across multiple FedEx services, including those most used by small businesses.
“At ShipStation, we’re committed to bringing top carriers to ecommerce merchants, no matter their size, where, or how they ship,” said Sudha Chandrasekharan, Senior Vice President of Ecommerce Products at Auctane, ShipStation’s operating brand. “This announcement with FedEx in Canada is a huge win for our customers – we’re excited to offer our Canadian merchants discounted access to FedEx reliable shipping services, with the goal of helping them grow their businesses and better serve their customers.”
ShipStation’s integration with FedEx enables seamless order fulfillment and tracking, making it easier for businesses to manage their shipping processes. The platform also offers key features like batch label printing, branded tracking, and customizable packing slips to streamline shipping processes even further.
“We’re excited to officially launch this new alliance with ShipStation in Canada to make it even easier for small business ecommerce merchants to access FedEx services,” said Ann-Marie McIntosh, Vice President Marketing, Corporate Communications & Customer Experience, FedEx Express Canada. “By offering a platform that simplifies the shipping process, owners can focus on growing their businesses knowing that how their customers get their products is well in hand.”