May 10, 2012, 9:22 AM

i-parcel Announces Opening of West Coast Facility in Southern California

I-parcel is an international ecommerce air express company.

BURLINGTON, Mass., May 9, 2012 -- i-parcel is an international ecommerce air express company, specializing in offering American ecommerce merchants the best combination of fast, efficient and highly economical international delivery services in the marketplace.

i-parcel's signature Preferred service offers American ecommerce merchants:

 Fully Landed Costs in the Shopping Cart through our own proprietary technology platform International deliveries with multiple scanning events and delivery confirmation Delivery in 5-7 working days to most major international locations Automatic compensation for loss, damage or undue delay

24/7/365 in-sourced customer service

Extremely competitive delivery costs, decreasing cart abandonment and stimulating checkouts Optional multi-currency payment, currency localization and credit card fraud screening modules

Until recently, American ecommerce merchants had to rely on a menu of parcel delivery carriers that existed long before the Internet or ecommerce; a menu not exactly built for ecommerce's unique needs.  Online shoppers don't expect to have to pay fees for duty and tax administration, residential surcharges, fuel surcharges, etc.  Having said this, they expect their deliveries to be fully tracked and traced and to enjoy similar benefits to the parcel delivery carriers that they already know.

i-parcel was formed to meet exactly those needs.  It has operated from its East Coast facility for just over two years and has enjoyed extremely rapid growth.

Until recently, i-parcel's value proposition was only truly viable to merchants located in the East and Midwest.  By opening a facility in Los Angeles, we have expanded our service offerings to Western U.S. merchants and are eager to help merchants grow sales to a vast consumer base located outside our borders.

Learn more about us at or call us at  888-472-7235.    

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