MaltaPost has recently launched a new product – eSeller; a platform for businesses that has given local companies the chance to substantially boost their online sales.
With this platform, MaltaPost offers a reliable technological and logistics solution combined with a competitive cost structure.
MaltaPost’s eSeller is the ideal eCommerce partner that allows local online stores the ability to reach a global target audience. The service is extremely convenient as businesses do not need to visit a Post Office to ship their products to clients and all administrative tasks can be done online, from the comfort of their office. The eSeller service uses a harmonised labelling system, reducing the need to label each product individually. Users can drop their items at a Post Office in bulk or order a courier pick-up.
The eSeller platform allows customers to focus on their true business priorities as MaltaPost can handle the packing, labelling and delivery of products. MaltaPost can also offer other add-ons such as email notifications, pick-ups to ensure a streamlined and hassle-free selling process and insurance cover against damage and loss.
Alongside this, through MaltaPost’s international tracking system, customers can gain full visibility of the progress of the shipped item as it travels from Malta to its destination.
Among the businesses successfully using eSeller is Stephanie Borg, a local artist that produces a wide collection of Malta Inspired Items and sells them locally and abroad. “The service is cost-effective, logistically sensible and helps me to be more efficient in my day to day tasks at the studio. I would highly recommend it to other businesses who have online shops” she said. “The choice of services found in the eSeller platform gave me the ability to reach a global target audience and deliver their products to consumers in Malta or abroad” she added.
“MaltaPost is also offering discounts to eSeller clients based on their requirements and volumes and the more they send the more they save. This product is targeted for local retailers who were willing to go into the global online market but were reluctant to do so due to high shipping costs.” Explained Charles Cilia, MaltaPost plc’s Head of Logistics and e-Commerce Services. “This service is set to increase local companies’ ecommerce potential, offer easy and transparent cost structures as well as make businesses’ operations more effective” he concluded. For more information one can visit www.maltapost.com/eseller