Soon after launching an iPad app, eBay India has come to merchants rescue. The company has partnered with multiple logistics providers in India to provide the PowerShip program to ease sellers shipping experience.
The shipping service will allow merchants to directly ship their merchandize through them. Ebay in turn has tied up with large Indian courier companies like FedEx, BlueDart, DTDC and Aramex which will provide Pan-India courier coverage to sellers.
The Powership program is expected to help merchants concentrate on their business and selling their merchandize rather than worrying about logistics issue.
To join Powership program, Ebay merchant have to just sign-up for the program, package the item in eBay packing material and hand over the package to the assigned Logistic Service Provider during Item Pick-up. All of this will be achieved online through merchants eBay account.
By providing easy logistics to sellers, Ebay India is making product selling easy for sellers and also improves the buying experience of users, as more users will trust Ebay partnered logistics.
PowerShip program includes Air mode, enabling quicker delivery of items to Buyers, Surface mode to manage volumetric and large size shipments. PowerShip sellers can avail special courier rates and ship to over10,000 plus locations across 2500 cities and towns in India.
PowerShip will be launched in pilot phase with few selected sellers from 5 June 2012, and will continue ramping this up to include more sellers over a few weeks.
My PaisaPay interface is also getting a facelift. Quick access to information on your transactions, tracking status, shipping related documents and remittances will be made possible via the new interface.
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