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Retailer Express picks i-parcel for ecommerce logistics
03
Apr '13
i-parcel, LLC, announces the successful expansion of its Midwest export facility with the launching of international ecommerce logistics services for iconic fashion retailer Express.

Through its partnership with i-parcel, Express.com now offers International Standard service at highly economical delivery pricing, with transit times of 6-9 days to most locations worldwide.  Costs include international processing fees, allowing for consumers to receive their shipments without additional charges due at delivery.  All shipments receive event based tracking, automatic compensation for lost or damaged orders and 24/7 customer service provided by i-parcel's customer service team.

Express will also be utilizing i-parcel's Cloud9 back end, which offers a suite of management tools for front facing customer experience, pricing and analytics.  Cloud9 is part of i-parcel's patent pending Cloud technology, which offers ecommerce merchants elegant and sophisticated localizing capabilities for foreign shoppers with a minimum of integration resources on the merchant side.

i-parcel's Midwest facility is located in Indianapolis, Indiana and services clients throughout the Midwest.   With additional facilities in New Jersey, California and the United Kingdom, i-parcel offers US and EU ecommerce merchants a variety of logistics and technology services that help them increase their cross border sales.

About i-parcel

i-parcel, LLC is both a technology and logistics company that serves American and EU ecommerce merchants, helping them increase their value to cross border shoppers.  Our patent pending Cloud and Cloud9 technology offers international shoppers local currency shopping, multi-currency payments, fraud protection, online tracking, seamless returns and many other front facing and back end management tools.  i-parcel is also an international parcel logistics company, operating a proprietary asset light international parcel logistics network built purely around the needs of ecommerce merchants.

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