Zonos to expand USPS’s international services

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Global cross-border commerce technology provider Zonos has been awarded a contract by the US Postal Service (USPS) to expand its international services by leveraging Zonos’s scalable technology to simplify international commerce.

In addition to delivering mail to over 161 million addresses in the USA, USPS also handles 46% of the world’s mail. Zonos APIs will power USPS services with new features to calculate duty and tax quotes and automate HS code classification for USPS’s international shipments.

USPS’s integration with the Zonos APIs will provide USPS customers with transparency and insight into the total landed cost for international shipments.

“Hundreds of thousands of small and large companies ship internationally with USPS. We are grateful for the trust the Postal Service has put in Zonos’s cross-border enablement capabilities,” said Clint Reid, founder and CEO of Zonos. “We look forward to helping build and power USPS’s global technology solutions.”

Zonos is carrier-agnostic, meaning its services can be used by all carriers, consolidators and postal solutions as a landed cost and cross-border technology provider.

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