When you close out a shipment, Zenda automatically schedules a door-to-door delivery:
Our delivery partner picks up your shipment from your warehouse and takes it to the nearest British Airways airport
Your shipment flies to Europe overnight and clears customs automatically
And finally, our parcel delivery partner delivers it to your customer’s door
Zenda fills the gap between Express and Postal shipping. By offering your customers more choice with Zenda as a shipping option, they will benefit in the following ways:
Our onboarding process is designed to get you shipping as soon as possible.
There are six steps to prepare you for your first shipment.
The maximum weight of each parcel you can ship with Zenda is 66 lbs.
The maximum dimensions of each parcel vary by country; have a look at the table below for the full list.
|Country||Max weight (lb)||Max length (in)||Max volume (in3)||Max girth (in)||How is girth calculated?|
The minimum weight of each piece (the outer bag or container where you place your parcels at close out) you can ship with Zenda is 2.3 lbs.
Zenda's Dimensional Weight or DIM factor is 166. Our pricing is based on the greater of actual weight or dimensional weight of each parcel.
There is no limit to the value of the items you can ship with Zenda. However, for high value items, you may need to do a separate Electronic Export Information filing to the US Customs and Border Protection (CBP).
Electronic Export Information (EEI) is an additional filing that is usually required by the US CBP for US exports that contain a single commodity value exceeding USD$2,500.
All EEI is provided to the US Census Bureau, and is used for export compliance and governmental reporting.
Understanding if you even need to worry about this is key, so in this section we’ll show you how to know if an EEI is required.
The important thing to remember is that this rule applies to single Schedule B numbers. A Schedule B number, also known as an export code, is a 10-digit code issued by the US Census Bureau to classify exported products in the US. You can look up your products' Schedule B numbers with the Census Bureau's free online tool, called the Schedule B Search Engine.
Here are some example exports to explain how this works. Important: One export = one order to a single customer (consignee).
|Item||Schedule B number||Value|
In this example, an EEI or any kind of export declaration would not be required. Why? Because the value of each Schedule B number does not exceed $2,500.
|Item||Schedule B number||Value|
In this example, an EEI is required, because there are three items of the same Schedule B number that exceed $2,500.
There are two options available to you to complete an EEI:
Zenda is working to be able to provide this 3rd party service on your behalf, so check back on this section soon for an update!
Zenda addresses the top 4 reasons why customers will abandon a shopping cart when shipping from an international website.
|Top shipping concerns||Zenda's solution|
|International shipping costs are too high||Our prices are at or near postal prices|
|Unknown customs duties and taxes||Every package is Delivered Duty Paid|
|Delivery time is not fast enough||4 to 8 day delivery to 25 European countries|
|Concern that the item may not be received||Door-to-door tracking|
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