ST. GEORGE, Utah–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Zonos, the global leader in cross-border technology, joins the Universal Postal Union (UPU) Advisory Board, bringing decades of cross-border expertise to the table. Specializing in data and technology for calculating customs duties, taxes and fees for international transactions, Zonos membership will drive technological advancements in the postal industry. Zonos is contracted with postal service organizations to provide accurate data, thus improving the efficiency of international mailings using state-of-the-art technology.
The UPU acts as an advisory council, negotiating technical agreements that impact postal functions in order to streamline universal postal services, encourage continued development and improve global communication. The UPU was established in 1874 and is the second oldest international organization.
“Zonos joining the UPU Consultative Committee continues our mission of building trust in global commerce. We have over a decade of hands-on experience in cross-border e-commerce, and we look forward to sharing those experiences with the UPU and postal agencies around the world,” says Clint Reid, Founder and CEO of Zonos.
Zonos’ innovative API and plug-in technology enables businesses to simplify and expand their international trade by providing the data necessary for cross-border transactions, including the only true landed cost solution on the market. Driven by its mission to create trust in global commerce, Zonos lowers barriers for businesses looking to grow globally, making the global marketplace accessible to everyone.
Based in the US, Zonos has grown rapidly with a record $69 million Series A funding in 2021 and the announcement of a new office in Gold Coast, Australia in 2022.
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