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The plus-size clothing retailer is now shipping to more than 90 countries.
Plus-size clothing retailer OneStopPlus.com is the latest in a series of retailers using the web to jump deeper into global commerce. OneStopPlus.com, a division of Redcats, No. 33 in the Internet Retailer Top 500 Guide, has announced that it is now shipping to online customers in more than 90 countries.
“The OneStopPlus.com team has consistently received feedback from women across the world that they would like to have access to our products as they have few options for purchasing plus-size clothing,” says Stephanie Sobel, president of the OneStopPlus Group. “So far, the international component is performing well above our expectations.”
In 2010, OneStopPlus.com began selling to consumers in France and subsequently to customers in 10 other European countries. Now the company, working with global shipper I-Parcel, ships to countries in Asia such as China, South Korea, Japan and Russia, as well as to countries in Africa and South America, including Chile and Brazil.
OneStopPlus.com launched in 2007 selling apparel from Redcats’ brands for larger women such as Jessica London, Avenue and Woman Within. The site also sells apparel, shoes and accessories from such other retailers as eBags Inc. and Shoebuy.com, Nos. 114 and 87, respectively, in the Internet Retailer Top 500 Guide.
OneStopPlus.com has more than 1 million customers, according to Redcats.