Neto makes Sendle its default delivery partner
End-to-end e-commerce platform Neto has made Sendle the default delivery provider for retailers on its platform.
‘Sendle for Neto’ gives Neto users, many of which are small e-commerce businesses, access to Sendle’s national flat-rate pricing and a free account upgrade to Sendle Premium (which saves them up to $1 on every shipment and $120 in annual subscription fees).
“Small e-commerce retailers often fall through the cracks of the logistics system. They spend hours lining up at the post office, are forced to pay expensive premiums and lose valuable time that they should be dedicating to improving customer experience,” Sendle’s CEO and founder James Chin Moody said.
“With the cost and time involved in arranging parcel delivery, it often falls to the wayside for online retailers. Yet, paradoxically, shipping is arguably the most important part of the online shopping journey.
“By becoming Neto’s default delivery provider, we make shipping simple, reliable and affordable for thousands of merchants across Australia.”
Sendle is a 100 per cent carbon neutral door-to-door delivery service and a certified B Corporation. It facilitates an estimated $100 million in small business commerce annually, while the online retailers running their e-commerce stores on Neto’s platform have turned over more than $1 billion altogether.
The partnership makes perfect sense for the two fast-growing Aussie companies, according to Neto’s founder Ryan Murtagh: “Neto and Sendle are leading the charge on e-commerce in Australia, and together we have an unrivalled understanding of small businesses. We’re excited to partner with a like-minded company to offer an out of the box solution to help Aussie small businesses grow online.”
Sendle raised $5 million in a Series A funding round in August and announced its aim to deliver new products and partnerships in the coming months.