November 4, 2009, 12:00 AM

Nordstrom launches international web shopping in 30 countries

Nordstrom today announced that its web customers inside and outside the U.S. can pay in 12 different currencies and that the online store will ship to 30 countries.

Nordstrom Inc. today announced that its online customers inside and outside the U.S. can pay in 12 different currencies and that the online store will ship to 30 countries.

“We are excited about this opportunity to better serve our customers internationally,” says Jamie Nordstrom, president of Nordstrom Direct. “We’ve made it a lot easier for our customers abroad to shop from Nordstrom.com. Sending great fashion merchandise from Nordstrom to friends and family overseas is also more convenient than ever for our domestic customers. We will continue looking for ways to improve the shopping experience for customers, no matter where they live.”

The retailer, No. 32 in the Internet Retailer Top 500 Guide, is using the FiftyOne Global Ecommerce service from E4X Inc.

When customers choose to have their order sent to an international destination at checkout, they receive an estimated delivery timeframe, global tracking number, a guaranteed exchange rate at purchase and a complete order total including all applicable international duty, tax, and delivery costs.

Customers can now pay using the Canadian dollar, Euro, British Pound, Czech Koruna, Danish Krone, Estonian Kroon, Hungarian Forint, Latvia Lats, Lithuanian Litas, Polish Zloty or Swedish Krona.

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