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USPS International

Our clients receive maximum discounts on USPS international services and each of the solutions listed below are USPS postmarked services.

Over 30 years of international mail consolidation experience has made Asendia USA one of the largest international mail consolidators for the USPS, holding both Postal Qualified Wholesaler (PQW) and National Account status. International postmarks are never added, preserving the US identity.

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ePacket

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Looking for parcel tracking and shipping discounts? This fast and economical shipping solution is designed for internet retailers who send low weight, moderate value merchandise. This service includes tracking and delivery confirmation, free returns on undeliverable items, and shipping costs based on actual weight. Asendia USA also generates and prepares all necessary shipping labels for your packages.

  • Main Feature: Economical parcel shipping with tracking
  • Primary Usage: Merchandise (Internet Retailers)
  • Transit Time: 4 - 7 Days Average
  • Distribution Reach: Australia, Belgium, Canada, Croatia, Denmark, Estonia, France, Germany, Gibraltar, Hong Kong, Ireland, Israel, Japan, Republic of Korea, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Netherlands, New Zealand, Poland, Portugal, Singapore, Sweden, United Kingdom.


International Priority Airmail (IPA)

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This is the preferred, time-sensitive shipment method for many banks, online retailers, and service-oriented operations. Some of the most common IPA shipments include: invoices, bank statements, and sample merchandise. All items have a US return address and undeliverable items are returned free of charge.

 

  • Main Feature: Travels by air then as priority in-country
  • Primary Usage: Time-Sensitive Materials
  • Transit Time: 3 -7 Days Average
  • Distribution Reach: Worldwide

 

International Surface Air Lift (ISAL)

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ISAL provides fast, economical delivery and distribution. Over the years it has become the top shipment service for publications, advertising mail, catalogs, directories, books, merchandise, and more. All items have a US return address and undeliverable items are returned free of charge.

 

  • Main Feature: Travels by air then as standard in-country
  • Primary Usage: Less Time Sensitive Materials
  • Transit Time: 4 - 7 Days Average
  • Distribution Reach: 127 Countries

 

Priority Mail Express International (PMEI)

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PMEI is an express mail service designed by the USPS for pieces up to 70 pounds requiring time-definite door-to-door delivery. This service includes options for duties and taxes to be paid by shipper or recipient. PMEI is offered as a part of Asendia USA’s Fully-tracked Goods service.

 

  • Main Feature: Express service for packages up to 70 lbs
  • Primary Usage: Very time-sensitive parcels requiring track and trace and proof of delivery
  • Transit Time: 2 - 5 Days Average
  • Distribution Reach: 180 Countries

 

Priority Mail International (PMI)

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PMI is an expedited mail service designed by the USPS for pieces up to 70 pounds requiring delivery confirmation. This service is faster than First Class Mail International and can accommodate heavier piece weights making it a top choice of internet retailers. PMI is offered as a part of Asendia USA’s Fully-tracked Goods service.

 

  • Main Feature: Expedited service for packages up to 70 lbs
  • Primary Usage: Merchandise requiring tracking through delivery (international retailers)
  • Transit Time: 6 - 10 Days Average
  • Distribution Reach: 180 Countries

 

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