The E-commerce Seller’s Guide to 2019 Shipping Rate Changes

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All the major carriers—USPS, FedEx, and UPS—are rolling out price increases for 2019; regardless of which carrier(s) or service(s) you use, these changes will affect you.

But don’t panic—as we do every year, the content team at ShippingEasy has developed this award-winning guide to help you navigate the changes and get the most out of every penny you spend on shipping in 2019. Our E-commerce Seller’s Guide to 2019 Shipping Rate Changes is the only resource you’ll need to:

    • Understand and compare the changes across all major carriers:
      The guide includes a side-by-side comparison of the changes and guidance on how to interpret them for your business.
    • Find the most cost-effective carrier for a given set of shipping parameters:
      A set of easy-to-use tables allows you to quickly determine which carrier provides the best pricing for a package based on its weight, destination zone, and delivery time (e.g. overnight, 2-3 day, and greater than 3-day), and whether there are alternative services (e.g. USPS First-Class Mail®, USPS Priority Mail Flat Rate®, or USPS Priority Mail Regional Rate® boxes) that may be even more cost-effective.
  • See how the changes impact real-world e-commerce businesses:
    We’ve once again analyzed proprietary, anonymous ShippingEasy customer data to calculate the impact of the planned rate increases for specific shipping situations—and how the impact can be mitigated by looking at alternative carriers and/or services.

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