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ShipWorks Adds Buy.com, Etsy, Newegg Marketplace, and Shopify as Integrated Partners and Expands Its Multi-Carrier Shipping Solution with DHL Global Mail Support

ST. LOUIS, Nov. 5, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- ShipWorks, an industry-leading provider of multi-carrier e-commerce shipping solutions since 2002, today announced the addition of Buy.com, Etsy, Newegg Marketplace, Shopify, and DHL Global Mail to its platform.  Coinciding with these new additions is full support of eBay's Global Shipping Program (GSP), updated integration / support with 3dCart and partnership integrations with Bright Pearl and SalesWarp.  With these new partnerships, ShipWorks now supports over 40 selling systems and 7 shipping carriers, providing online sellers with a unified and automated system to streamline label printing, customer service, and other post-sale tasks. 

"We're very excited to continue building upon the incredible success of the ShipWorks platform with the addition of Buy.com, Etsy, Newegg, and Shopify as our latest integrated partners," said Wes Clayton, co-founder and CEO of ShipWorks.  "As we continue to add support for new systems, our market reach grows and our customers can drive more revenue by leveraging additional sales channels without sacrificing their fulfillment efficiency."

In addition to expanding its list of marketplace integrations, ShipWorks now offers sellers a new carrier option with its support of DHL Global Mail.

"Many businesses require a multi-carrier approach that delivers a variety of service and pricing options," said Clayton.  "By adding DHL Global Mail to ShipWorks, we continue to enhance our service offering which ultimately allows each customer to determine, on their own terms, the best options for shipment processing."

In time for the holiday shipping rush, ShipWorks' latest updates are available at no additional charge to existing customers.  A free and fully functional 30-day trial is available from the company's website at shipworks.com.

About ShipWorks

ShipWorks® is a multi-carrier shipping solution that helps online sellers ship more in less time by eliminating manual processes and automating post-sale tasks. ShipWorks integrates with over 40 selling platforms including Amazon, eBay, Magento, PayPal, and Yahoo! Stores, and provides a single interface for processing orders that originate from separate marketplaces. With its integrated support of DHL Global Mail, FedEx, UPS, USPS (including Endicia, Express1, and Stamps.com), ShipWorks can batch process shipping labels, automatically email customers, post back tracking information to each sales channel, and more.

Since 2002, ShipWorks has played a critical role in helping tens of thousands of companies streamline their daily operations and grow their businesses. ShipWorks has delivered creative, yet detailed solutions that have addressed growing e-commerce challenges by putting customers first and genuinely listening to their needs. Your first 30-days are on us at http://www.shipworks.com.

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