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Veeqo Announces New Shipping Integrations

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Written by Matt Warren
4th April 2016 • 3 min read

Press Release

(SWANSEA, UK – Friday 1st April 2016) Tech startup Veeqo has announced 4 new shipping integrations in the form of DPD, DHL, DX and Interlink. The new integrations were made possible after Veeqo acquired London based shipping company ParcelBright in early March.

ParcelBright software will be merged in to Veeqo allowing customers access to these new integrations. This will take Veeqo’s shipping integrations up to 10, after already being integrated with Royal Mail, Fedex, myHermes, UPS, UK Mail and USPS.

Veeqo’s shipping integrations allow retailers to bulk print shipping labels across their web stores and marketplaces like eBay and Amazon. Additionally they can easily email customers tracking information and create shipping rules based on product weight, marketplace and destination, in one centralised place.

Veeqo’s ultimate aim is make retailers lives easier. Their software enables you to manage your inventory, purchase orders, accounts, shipping and profit reports across all of your sales channels in one easy to use software solution.

On the acquisition of ParcelBright and the new integrations Warren had this to say.

“I am really excited that we have been able to complete this deal, Daniel and Carlos have built a fantastic company with ParcelBright.

When merged with Veeqo this will enable our customers to not only save time, but also save money when shipping their orders”.

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Written by Matt Warren

CEO and Founder of Veeqo. We make software that helps ecommerce retailers manage and grow their online business.
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