|Service||Weight Limit||Delivery Time||Included Features||Extra Cover up to|
|Express Courier International||20kg||2-4 business days*||Tracking^ Signature on delivery#||$5000†|
|Pack and Track International||2kg||3-10 business days*||Tracking^||$500†|
|Registered Post International||2kg||3-10 business days*||Signature on delivery# Compensation (up to $100)||N/A|
|Airmail||20kg||3-10 business days*||N/A||$5,000†|
For further information on the services above go here: eParcel International.
In order to use Neto with eParcel International label generation and manifest submission, you will need:
Complete the Australia Post LPS Registration form
When applying for an LPS account with Australia Post, you may receive the following email from them:
Thank you for your interest in the Label Print Service API.
Currently customers wanting to gain access to the Label Printing Service are required to supply test labels before being sent access to the API.
If you are a current/new Web UI user please note that your current platform is GS1 compliant, therefore unless you intend to develop your own printing options you will not need to request access to the LPS
Please find attached the “Label Printing Service - Technical Specification” document which provides detailed information on the process required to submit test labels.
On successful completion of your test labels you will receive an invitation for production access.
Please advise Australia Post that you are integrating with Neto, as we have already provided them the required documentation to use this service.
Once you have applied and advised Australia Post you are integrating with Neto, you will need to wait for Australia Post to approve your LPS account.
Once approved, Login and navigate to the API management section
Create a new service profile and ensure Label Print Service is selected.
If you wish to enable eParcel International Label and Carrier Configurations complete the Label and Carrier Configuration form here: Shipping Carrier Label Setup Form.