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iThink Logistics Launches International Cross Border Services For Indian Ecommerce Sellers

This would allow ecommerce sellers to download orders, push tracking ID's, and finally connect sellers with the best service options available to them in order to fulfill these international orders

iThink Logistics, a SaaS-based shipping platforms in India, launches its international shipping services portal, iThink Logistics International. The new venture would allow the booming ecommerce businesses (SMEs) and D2C brands to expand and grow ecommerce sales to global markets connected through strategic partnerships by iThink Logistics International.

International cross-border shipping from India is estimated to be valued at around $129 Billion by 2025, and iThink Logistics is looking to support the growth ambitions of Indian ecommerce sellers by building a strong international service leveraging its AI and machine learning-powered technology platform. iThink Logistics’ International shipping platform also provides ecommerce sellers with integration with all major marketplaces such as Amazon, eBay, Etsy, and others. 

Speaking about the development, Zaiba Sarang, Co-founder, iThink Logistics, said, “At iThink, we are really excited to launch our international services for the India market. Our service offering focuses on strategic partnerships with global logistics players and technology-enabled data intelligence to offer full shipment visibility and transparency supported by superior transit times. Our primary objective in year one of our launch is to focus on delivering a reliable, cost-effective solution for cross-border ecommerce shippers in India with the key objective of helping ecommerce shippers retain and grow their rankings with their customers or marketplaces. iThink Logistics International will also offer shipment delivery to Amazon and other third-party warehouses in all key destinations. We plan to offer our services to all key destination markets across the US, CA, Europe, Australia and NZ by March 2023.”



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