DHL ecommerce without endicia
DHL eCommerce Direct Integration to ShipStation.
DHL offers significant savings over usps first class.
It would be great to see DHL eCommerce integrat directly in ShipStation!!!
As of now you need to set up an Endicia account for the ability to use DHL eCommerce in ShipStation.
And not to mention you have no way to see your DHL ecommerce rates because the label is being processed via Endicia.
Last but not least the labels for DHL eCommerce printed via Endicia are ugly and cannot be customizable the SKU will print in really small size on the top right of label.
ShipStation has completed the technical integration to the DHL eCommerce V4 new API specification. This integration will stand alone and no longer require an Endicia account.
However, our partnership required a new business agreement to be executed before we could launch the new DHL eCommerce V4 API to our users.
Currently, the DHL eCommerce agreement is in legal review pending signature by both parties. We expect to have the agreement completed before the DHL eCommerce imposed deadline.
Since the technical work is done, we will be able to launch the new v4 API integration very quickly for all our users once the agreement is executed.
Thank you for your patience!
The biggest issue we face is that their is not the ability to display the negotiated rates for DHL eCommerce. Please fix this!
ze gee kosher commented
I know many people Trying to sign up with DHL but are faced with a tough decision to make, either leave ShipStation or Pay the Additional Costs for Endicia which Is quite a heavy Load for a business.
This is really something they should look into, My partners and I are already debating to leave but I like ShipStaion!
Please Let us know Where we are holding with this.
Viktor Grabovskyy commented
Hello guys - please transfer your votes to:
Definitely something that needs to happen for most Canadian businesses.
Thank you :)
Boy this would be such a great addition, DHL is common enough to where this integration would make sense, that way rates can be seen and true comparisons can be done...who knows it might even benifet Stamps.com if the rate turns out lower I/we can start choosing USPS over DHL instead of assuming DHL is cheaper!