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Whitepaper: Avoid Hidden Shipping Fees

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  March 15, 2017

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Free Whitepaper

Avoid Hidden Fees

FedEx, UPS and the USPS:

Finding the Shipping MIx

that Works for You

Whether you’re a small- to medium-size online seller or a large omni-channel retailer, keeping shipping costs as low as possible is important for a healthy bottom line.

 

Looking at the three main players in the shipping world — FedEx, UPS and the USPS® — there are various pros and cons to consider. But when it comes to avoiding hidden fees, the clear winner is the USPS. In this whitepaper, read a detailed breakdown of the types of fees and surcharges associated with each carrier, to arm you with the information you need to ship smart and save money every time.

 

Download the free whitepaper to:

 

  • Get direct comparisons of UPS, FedEx and the U.S. Postal Service,
  • Learn about the fees and surcharges associated with each carrier,
  • See the impact dimensional weight has on total shipping cost,
  • Get valuable information to ship smart and save money,
  • Plus much more.

 

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