The Guide to ePacket Shipping, Tracking & Delivery: With the entire world rapidly evolving due to technology, it’s no surprise that a large number of businesses are either integrating with ecommerce or going completely digital by moving or starting their entire business online. For the needs of e‑commerce goods’ delivery between China mainland and USA, Canada and more other countries, China Postal Express & Logistics Co., Ltd provides E‑commerce express services which meet the needs of the individuals and enterprises engaged in online trade to post some light-weight goods.
The E‑commerce express service includes ePacket and e‑EMS. After the popularity of ecommerce, United States Postal Service (USPS) in agreement with Hong Kong Post, Korean Postal service and eBay China introduced the ‘e’ Packet service to make delivery from China safer and consistent to other parts of the world. The service grants USPS first class mail service privileges to ship packets. Moreover, these packages get faster delivery, exclusive tracking option and a delivery confirmation message on reaching the destination.
What Is ePacket Shipping?
In the field of e‑commerce, dropshipping is widely applied by a large number of e‑retailers, some of the biggest shopping website also using dropshipper to supply goods.
ePacket is a global courier service that has made possible faster deliveries from countries like China, Hong Kong, and Korea to the U.S. ecommerce sellers — the biggest winners from this new shipping option, who previously had to wait weeks to receive their wholesale shipments or retail orders.
ePacket is a quick shipping method that allows products to travel from countries like China and Hong Kong to any another part of the world. The “e” in ePacket represents the ecommerce industry.
ePacket dropshipping ensures higher sales alongside precious smiles of happy customers. With the assistance of ePacket, the process of shipping becomes quicker for dropshippers and more affordable for the customers.
An agreement between national postal services in other countries and the U.S. Postal Service (USPS) has enabled shortened delivery timetables for lightweight – under 4.4 lbs – products valued at under $400.
This shift is causing the world to become a marketplace on the internet where consumers can shop and procure items from all corners of the globe, all at a few clicks of a button.
This service has made buying products from China and Hong Kong ridiculously easy and can be the competitive edge that ecommerce merchants, especially those who are buying and selling from China using popular business models such as dropshipping, need.
The advantages of dropshipping are apparently clear. As a supplier, the other side sometimes require you to provide dropshipping service, maybe you think it is just a piece of cake and ignore it, but always spend many time and money to compete with other suppliers in several big orders. 90% buyers all over the world, especially those small and medium-sized buyers, maybe never find suppliers through Alibaba or Trade Fair. So dropshipping through the provision of the services, you can do business with a large number of small single buyers, and its profits are far beyond the one or two big business.