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Book Sellers

Some of the most established booksellers and big online book stores and marketplaces choose Asendia

We have worked with large and niche book specialists for many years, because our range of international packet and parcel services is ideal for sending books to consumers all over the world.


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Our Services

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A range of delivery options to suit all book sellers

Whether you sell high end books or are a discount specialist, e-PAQ by Asendia can provide a service to suit your requirements and the needs of your shopper.

We even offer a service with preferential pricing for parcels that are under 30mm thick, this is ideal for keeping the cost of sending books down.

 

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Returns

Convenient and affordable international returns solutions

e-PAQ Returns is a range of e-commerce returns services that combine local solutions with an international network, giving your customers flexible and convenient returns. This is a better experience for your shoppers and gives you more control over the returns process.


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Customer Testimonial

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"Asendia has helped make mailings easier and more cost effective and I would be happy to recommend them."

Asendia has supported The Economist with their bookshop, newspapers, direct mail and transactional mailings whilst working them for over 20 years. 


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