Please note that this service is currently only available for BC, Ontario and Atlantic clients.
Interested in shipping internationally with tracking? You have options on the Chit Chats platform with our international carrier, Asendia.
How it works
Asendia expedites international packages within the U.S. and has partnered with local carriers in the destination country for the final leg of delivery. By tapping into their vast international network the results are quick and reliable.
Important! Due to the transportation methods of this carrier, there may be stricter limitations on what can be shipped. To ship with Asendia, your shipments must be TSA-compliant. Please familiarize yourself with the restrictions specific to this carrier before shipping.
Why you may want to consider Asendia for your shipments
You require tracking for your international shipments
All Asendia International Priority Tracked shipments include full tracking with delivery confirmation for your recipients. Tracking updates will be available directly in your Chit Chats account or by searching your tracking number on the carrier’s tracking site.
You want to insure your international shipments
You want to avoid high international shipping costs
Asendia offers postage rates that are cheaper than shipping with USPS or Canada Post.
Purchasing Asendia Postage
To gain access to Asendia postage, create a shipment as you normally would. If creating shipments manually, rates for Asendia International Priority Tracked will appear on the Postage step for eligible international addresses.
Please note that address line fields for Asendia shipments may contain a maximum of 30 characters.
Getting your shipments to us
As with all of the shipment types we accept, your Asendia packages must be sorted separately from other carriers. We want to ensure your parcel is sorted correctly to avoid potential delays. We cannot be responsible for any packages that are brought to us unsorted.
If you batch your shipments please note that while multiple carriers may exist within the same batch, shipments must be sorted physically.