Thursday, June 20, 2024

Hurricane Commerce chooses Time Express as MENA partner

Hurricane Commerce has selected Dubai-headquartered Time Express as its exclusive technology partner for the MENA region. Time Express will be responsible for re-selling Hurricane’s AI tech which helps to power a smooth customs flow for many cross-border eCommerce customers across the globe. Time Express, part of the Alrais Group, is an end-to-end international logistics company […]

ePost Global extends Hurricane Commerce partnership

International logistics specialist ePost Global is expanding its partnership with cross-border data company Hurricane Commerce. ePost Global has been successfully using Hurricane’s Zephyr solution to ensure items being shipped from the United States have the correct Harmonized System (HS) code for import and export, allowing for a smooth passage through customs. Now ePost Global is […]

Hongkong Post selects Hurricane Commerce as cross-border data partner

Hongkong Post has chosen Hurricane Commerce as the data partner to support its global eCommerce operations. The post will be accessing Hurricane’s Zephyr and Aura solutions. Hurricane’s Zephyr solution ensures that shipments have the right data – including HS6 codes, product descriptions and 8- and 10- digit import and export codes – to pass smoothly […]

Postal operators and carriers gearing up for ICS2 face challenges

Postal operators and carriers are stepping up their preparations for the Import Control System 2 (ICS2) second release, which is being implemented in March 2023. The second release will affect all parties involved in handling, shipping and transporting cargo, express or postal consignments to or via the European Union by air. As of March next […]

Emirates Post picks Hurricane to drive global e-Commerce plans

Emirates Post has chosen Hurricane Commerce as the data partner to support its global e-Commerce expansion strategy. The postal operator for the UAE has invested heavily in its international parcels business with the ambition of becoming a seamless gateway and strategic logistics hub for cross-border eCommerce traffic. Emirates Post’s objective is to develop a global […]

SEKO Logistics partners with Hurricane Commerce

SEKO Logistics has selected Hurricane Commerce as its global cross-border data partner. Hurricane’s technology will be available via SEKO’s Omni-Parcel platform which provides brand owners, retailers and e-tailers with a global eCommerce solution. The company’s solutions will also be rolled out through SEKO’s Transport Management System (TMS) and Warehouse Management System (WMS) portals. SEKO has […]

Hurricane Commerce selected as partner for ETrak

Hurricane Commerce has been chosen as the landed cost engine partner for ETrak, the delivery management system powered by Parcel Monkey in partnership with The Delivery Group. ETrak provides cost-effective, tracked delivery solutions for sending packets and parcels worldwide, enabling e-Commerce merchants to scale while keeping costs to a minimum. The recently launched platform has […]

Hurricane Commerce teams up with Prime Vision

Prime Vision is partnering with Hurricane Commerce to provide customers with a complete end-to-end data enhancement service on cross-border e-Commerce parcels and packets. New regulations and laws are providing huge challenges to any business involved in international e-Commerce. And the biggest requirement is for quality data on parcels including complete and valid product descriptions and […]

Lenton Group partners with Hurricane Commerce

Lenton Group has announced a partnership with Hurricane Commerce. Lenton Group has selected Hurricane’s Duty and Tax calculator to support the launch of its Delivered Duty Paid (DDP) solution and its commitment to a seamless cross-border trade experience for its eCommerce customers. The Duty and Tax calculator is available through Lenton Group’s Hub-Ez, a one-stop […]

Millions of e-Commerce parcels into the US set to be rejected

Several hundred million mail parcels destined for the United States will be rejected when the requirement for a higher threshold of advance electronic data comes into force on January 1, 2021. Posts have had it confirmed that as of that date any parcels arriving in the US with incorrect or incomplete data will be refused […]