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To create a shipment with USPS Priority Mail Express International, you must enter your shipment details (such as address and item details) and purchase a shipping label. Print out your shipping labels and attach to your package and then dropoff your package at a designated dropoff location. Dropoff locations can be found here. From there, USPS will arrange shipment to your final destination.
This whole process can be managed on the Easyship platform.
When shipping with Easyship you do not need to contact USPS. All the information you need about your shipments is available to you through the Easyship platform. If you want to learn more about USPS you can learn more at their website or calling 1-800-275-8777.
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USPS Priority Mail Express International do not have many restrictions on what you can ship, however you should be mindful that things such as alcohol, food & other items are generally restricted to most locations. With USPS Priority Mail Express International, no Stand-Alone Batteries or Lithium Batteries packed with the shipment, only Lithium Batteries which are included in the product are allowed
USPS Priority Mail Express International offers an optional signature on delivery service. Whether a signature on delivery will be required or not will be decided by the sender at time of shipment creation.
Easyship will detect when a shipment is eligible for a USPS Priority Mail Express International shipment and show this as an option when preparing shipments. Further details on preparing shipments and obtaining the right boxes can be found here.
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