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Selling internationally opens up a new revenue stream for online sellers, but it comes with its own set of
challenges. Some sellers have discovered a way to save money and
streamline their international orders using international mail
consolidators - and last week, online marketplace Alibris announced it
would do the same.
Consolidators offer a full range of shipping services and can help online merchants take advantage of postage discounts that they would not
qualify for individually. And the good news is that even low-volume
sellers can take advantage of such services.
David Morey of Poverty Hill Books uses International Delivery Solutions (IDS) to send his international orders. Poverty Hill Books is a small
independent book store located in Chicago, Illinois specializing in new
and used academic scholarly titles, hard to find, rare out-of-print
Morey sends his books via USPS Priority International and said his international shipping costs are running 35-40% less than last year
before he began using IDS; previously he shipped directly through the
U.S. Postal Service. An advantage to using IDS, Morey said, is being
able to offer over-sized and heavier books to international customers,
which before was cost prohibitive. He expects his international business
to grow as a result of using the service.