eBay launches SEAPaSS shipping platform, helping Thai sellers automate fulfilment and shipping, and also offers co-privileges for Thailand Posts ePacket service until the end of the year

General Press Releases Thursday September 13, 2018 15:18
Bangkok--13 Sep--ABM

eBay, a leader in global e-commerce, has launched the "eBay SEAPaSS" shipping platform to support eBay sellers in Southeast Asia by simplifying retail order fulfilment and providing automated shipping. In Thailand, eBay SEAPaSS allows for faster handling of paid orders, saving eBay sellers time and money through an easy-to-use system that is available to them at no charge. eBay is also collaborating with Thailand Post to offer special discounts and privileges to sellers who use eBay SEAPaSS together with Thailand Post's ePacket service to send items to selected international destinations.

Mr. Boonphan Boonprayoon, Country Manager for eBay Thailand, said, "To help eBay sellers in Thailand and Southeast Asia effectively run a borderless business in our global online marketplace, eBay developed 'eBay SEAPaSS,' which is Southeast Asia's one-stop shipping platform. Thai sellers will benefit from this automated fulfilment and shipping process when they ship items from Thailand to buyers worldwide, increasing both the speed and convenience of order processing and tracking. eBay SEAPaSS enables fast and easy printing of shipping labels, so sellers can pick and pack items more quickly. eBay SEAPaSS also automatically uploads the tracking number for each package and has a 'Tracking Update' feature that follows the item's shipping status until it's delivered to the buyer. This helps to simplify back-end processing, giving eBay sellers more time for marketing and searching for additional products to sell."

eBay sellers can use the eBay SEAPaSS platform at SEAPaSS.eBay.com. From now until December 31, 2018, eBay sellers will get a special 10-baht discount on the ePacket shipping fee for each item shipped (for an unlimited number of items) using SEAPaSS labels with the LX and LP tracking codes, which are only generated by SEAPaSS.

Ms. Ariya Thongbai, Head of International Business, Thailand Post, said, "eBay sellers can also register at any Thailand Post location to qualify for the reduced 'Bulk Mailer Rate.' Thailand Post is offering a special privilege for eBay sellers whose total ePacket shipping costs reach 30,000 baht/month, down from the regular 50,000 baht, to become 'Bulk Mailers' and receive lower shipping rates than retail customers. The special privileges for eBay sellers are available at all Thailand Post locations except for franchise post office shops."

Thailand Post's ePacket service is currently available for shipping items to 12 destination countries: China, South Korea, Japan, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Singapore, Malaysia, Maldives, Vietnam, Indonesia, Australia, and the United States. An additional five destinations: Germany, the Philippines, Sri Lanka, Cambodia, and Macau, will be added to the ePacket service on October 1.

Sellers can learn more about eBay SEAPaSS by adding @SEAPASS on LINE or by going to eBayMyPerfect.com.

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