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Feb 14

2022

How Companies Can Afford To Offer Free Shipping

Posted: Feb 14, 2022

Editor's Note: This post has been updated with new links and content. Original Publication Date: May 13, 2015 Is offering free shipping to your customers worth it? Absolutely! Does free shipping increase sales? Yes. But there’s a lot to take into account before you offer free shippin...

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Feb 08

2022

UPS Service Guarantee: An Expert Reveals Insider Tips

Posted: Feb 08, 2022

UPS Service Guarantee: What You Need to Know There are some important things to know about a UPS service guarantee. Editor's note: this post was originally published on March 5, 2019. It's been updated with new content and links. When you ship a package with UPS in any way, they offer a ...

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Feb 03

2022

Manage User Permissions Within Your Lojistic Account

Posted: Feb 03, 2022

As the industry’s leading cost savings automation and analytics platform designed to help businesses control and reduce shipping costs, we’re constantly updating and improving the Lojistic platform based on the feedback we receive from platform users.  Editor's note: this post was originally published on September 23, 2021. It's been update...

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Jan 10

2022

In Parcel Shipping, Size Matters

Posted: Jan 10, 2022

Editor's Note: This post has been updated with new links and content. Original Publication Date: April 1, 2016 Dimensional weight - also known as DIM weight - is an important topic for shippers and anyone involved in the supply chain. Here's what you can gain from this post: Variables in shipping rates...

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Dec 22

2021

UPS and FedEx Announce 5.9% General Rate Increase for 2022

Posted: Dec 22, 2021

Both UPS and FedEx are raising their rates by 5.9% for 2022. The general price increase (GPI) aka “General Rate Increase” or “GRI” is an annual carrier “tradition,” so it should come as a surprise to absolutely no one that shippers will once again be forced to adjust to even higher shipping costs. If you’re a UPS or FedEx customer, the only constant...

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