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With a 20% Cut in Shipping Rates, MyUS.com Makes it Easier for International Customers to Purchase U.S. Products

7/20/2013

International package consolidation and shipping company MyUS.com (www.MyUS.com), recognized as the first and largest company in its industry, today announced a 20% cut in shipping rates, making it even easier for international customers to buy products from U.S. merchants

Michael Chalhub, chief financial officer of the Sarasota-based company, said MyUS.com is dedicated to meeting the shipping needs of distributors, wholesalers and individual customers around the world, while supporting the growth and vitality of the U.S. retail sector. “Our shipping service already helps customers save up to 80% on international delivery from the USA,” said Chalhub. “This additional price reduction will help customers save even more.”

Each MyUS.com customer is assigned a unique U.S. shipping address, which they use when shopping with U.S. merchants, placing multiple orders if desired with no limitations on quantities or number of purchases. Then, as the customer’s packages arrive, MyUS.com checks the packages to ensure there are no missing or broken items (they will even help with returns if needed), stores the packages for the customer, and consolidates the packages at the customer’s request into a single international shipment. The shipment arrives to the customer within two to four days with door-to-door traceability. 

“Our price reduction is of particular interest to consumers who want to save money by shopping U.S. online retailers,” said Chalhub. “Because U.S. prices are often considerably lower than prices in other countries, customers can save a significant amount by shopping U.S. online retailers.” 

Strategically located in one of the nation’s leading exporting states, MyUS.com has twice received the Presidential “E” Award for Exporters from the U.S. Department of Commerce. The shipping company has also been named to Inc. Magazine’s 500/5000 Fastest Growing Companies in America list for 2008, 2010, 2011 and 2012.