What is DHL eCommerce?
DHL eCommerce is an international tracked mail service created to help online sellers reach customers around the globe. The aim of this service is to make cross-border shipping simple and affordable.
When you book DHL eCommerce via the Parcel Monkey shipping marketplace, you can make a considerable cost saving compared to express delivery services. DHL has the international infrastructure to connect online sellers with buyers, no matter where they live. In recent years online sales have soared and with that, the courier industry has made significant changes to provide both buyers and sellers with suitable delivery options. Shopping online should be simple, and so should the shipping.
DHL eCommerce excel in this aspect, providing a delivery service that is tracked, without being expensive.
Save on the cost of cross-border shipping with DHL eCommerce.
Consumers now more than ever, are buying goods from destinations around the world. DHL eCommerce will help you manage your international shipping for customers buying from marketplaces, social media channels or any other digital touch points. Being able to supply consumers with a reliable delivery service is essential and the major reason why our customers choose DHL eCommerce.
DHL eCommerce shipping times
DHL eCommerce can be dropped off at any local USPS Post Office where it will be scanned in and you will be given a receipt. Ship from the USA to almost anywhere in the world in 7-12 days to Europe or 11-22 days to the rest of the world. When you book DHL via our shipping calculator you will receive a shipping label to print off.
The DHL shipping label will come with USPS branding on to take the package to a central US sort location, and there a DHL eCommerce label will be applied to get the package to the final recipient address.
You must attach your shipping label to the package along with any relevant customs documents. These documents should be attached to the outside of the box in a plastic wallet or envelope - or an envelope marked as customs.
Simply then hand over your package at your local USPS Post Office on a date that is convenient for you. DHL will ship your package overseas and the local Postal Operator in the destination will complete the delivery.
For some remote destinations, the recipient may need to go and pick up the package from the local Post Office. This means you should always ensure a local contact number is provided for the recipient.