FAQ




Australia Post, Canada Post, Canpar, DHL Express, DHL eCommerce, DPD, FedEx, FedEx Freight, GLS, Loomis Express, Lone Star Overnight, OnTrac, PostNL, Purolator, Royal Mail, TNT, UPS, UPS Air Freight, UPS Express Critical, UPS Freight, UPS Mail Innovations, US Postal Service, USPS Endicia.com, Yodel.

InfoShip®/Vx can integrate to almost any and all ERP, WMS and Host systems.

Yes, we strongly suggest this validation be done at order entry or order validation. (Getting the correct address from the customer at order placement saves hours versus trying to correct address information after the order has been accepted.)

We use electronic bundling, a common key field that allows InfoShip®/Vx to bundle these packages for UPS Hundredweight or FedEx Multiweight shipping when qualified.

Yes, as well as over 25 international documents.

Both the Short Form BOLs and VICS BOLs are supported.

Typically annually in December, unless carries make mid-year updates or corrections. Patches are released on an as-needed basis.

Yes, InfoShip®/Vx connects to certified third-party HazMat software from LabelMaster for processing Hazardous Materials.

Shipping from packing stations, pre-manifesting, pre-labeling and release, in-motion, print and apply, labeling/bagging/shipping, pack and hold, zone skipping, drop shipping, standard shipping stations, etc.

Our average client ships 2,500 to 25,000 packages per day, but InfoShip®/Vx has processed well over 250,000 packages per day on a single server.

Yes, we support shipping internationally from United States origins, as well as from origins in over 50 countries.

Yes, and the team that installs your InfoShip®/Vx system also supports your system.

While each installation is unique, the standard implementation can take 45 to 90 Days.

Usually it is $50,000 to $65,000 for a single shipping site.