DHL eCommerce Guide
Want to use EasyPost to ship with DHL eCommerce? This guide will break down all the necessary steps to make it happen.
This guide will help you use EasyPost to ship with DHL eCommerce. It will cover:
- Setting up your DHL eCommerce account
- Receiving accurate rates
- Generating shipping labels
- Manifesting and Pickup
In EasyPost, you'll frequently see DHL eCommerce referred to as DHL Global Mail. DHL Global Mail changed their name to DHL eCommerce in 2015, but many of our technical resources were not renamed. DHL eCommerce Domestic and International accounts are configured independently in EasyPost, and are designated as either DHLGlobalMail for Domestic accounts or DHLGlobalMailInternational for International accounts.
Most of DHL eCommerce's services are available by default, however, Expedited Max and Metro services must be activated for you by DHLeC first, so if you are interested in using either of those, please reach out to your DHLeC representative and then to EasyPost support to have them enabled for you.
Visit DHLeC for more information on their services.
If you haven't generated your first shipping label with EasyPost, we recommend reading our Getting Started Guide to learn how.