Zenstores integrates with Etsy to save sellers time on shipping

Feb. 18, 2016

Zenstores — the order management and shipping platform for small ecommerce retailers — has today launched a new integration with Etsy, the global marketplace for unique, handmade goods.

Ecommerce sellers spend hours every week on the laborious process of manually managing orders and printing shipping labels, but the latest integration from Zenstores now gives Etsy sellers a quick and easy way to take back that time and spend it building their business instead.

The Zenstores platform streamlines the management of orders from single or multiple shops and makes dispatching items through a variety of couriers quick and easy. The platform also supports sellers who list their products on more than one marketplace at the same time, such as Etsy, eBay and Amazon.

Paul Snook, owner of Apple Crates UK, is a long-time Etsy user: “I sell my handmade crates on Etsy and as my sales increased keeping track of all those orders and where they needed to go became a nightmare. Zenstores has all my orders in one place and I can automatically print labels for Royal Mail and other couriers without any copy and pasting. It’s saved me at least an hour every day.”

Headquartered in Bristol (UK), Zenstores launched in January 2015 and saw more than one million orders shipped through its platform in its first year. It has recently added support for Royal Mail 2D Barcode Labels, making it easier for sellers to adapt to Royal Mail’s new standard. Integrations with leading ecommerce platforms WooCommerce and OpenCart are all planned for late Q1.

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For more information contact:

Dan Madden, Head of Marketing, Zenstores


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