AnyMind Group, an end-to-end commerce enablement company, has today announced that its international shipping platform, AnyLogi, now supports Japan Post’s international postal services through a new feature that automates creation and issuance of international shipping labels.
The global cross-border e-commerce market is growing rapidly and is expected to reach US$4.82 trillion(*1) by 2026. However, one of the challenges faced in cross-border e-commerce delivery is the diverse invoicing practices adopted by different logistics companies.. In addition, many enterprises and e-commerce merchants strive for efficient and cost-effective order fulfillment, but the variety of shipping methods available makes it difficult to find the optimal shipping plan.
This feature streamlines the process for enterprises and online merchants to generate shipping labels, customs notices, commercial invoices, and other necessary shipping documents including EMS and ePackets from Japan Post and other providers, by simply linking AnyLogi with their e-commerce stores through API. The new automated shipping label issuance feature also facilitates the selection of efficient shipping plans and electronic customs data is automatically transmitted in accordance with Universal Postal Union regulations.
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