When you're ready to send multiple shipments to ShipShop, consolidating them is the way to go. This means combining individual shipments into one larger container or box. Consolidating shipments will help keep them together until they have been processed, and it can even save you money on postage, pickup and drop spot access fees. To ensure y...Read More
Once you have created a batch of shipments on the ShipShop platform, it is important to physically sort the shipments by carrier. For example, if you have 12 shipments to drop off and 10 of them are for USPS and two (2) are Canada Tracked, we recommend that you separate the two Canada Tracked shipments from the 10 USPS shipments for easy ident...Read More
At ShipShop, we recognize that accidents occur and we remain committed to processing your shipments. If you have a higher volume of packages, this may cause a slight delay in processing, as our team is devoted to ensuring that the number of packages dropped off is in accordance with the pending shipments in your account.
It's vital to rectify any discrepancies in your batch immediately. As the shipper, it's your responsibility to guarantee that your batch and shipment information is precise before sending it to us. If mistakes are made, this could lead to delays and additional fees. If you haven't yet dropped off your batch of shipments, you can edit it in you...Read More
Organizing your shipments into batches is an effective way to ensure efficient delivery with ShipShop. Whether you're dropping off or sending multiple shipments, batching is a great tool for streamlining the process and providing us with an accurate overview of what to expect for your next visit, pickup or mail-in. Utilizing this system will h...Read More