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push boundaries to cross borders

Ecommerce has gone global. At SEKO, we simplify Section 321 and Type 86 entry into the US, so you can clear international borders and deliver your DDP and DAP parcels to over 220 countries. All while minimising customs charges and delays for enhanced customer satisfaction.



Cross border parcels processed annually


Multi-channel DCs


Countries covered


Navigate Section 321 and Type 86 clearance

Enable the quick release of 1000s of parcels

Scale into primary ecommerce markets

drive customer lifetime value

clear customs with confidence

Our Section 321 and Type 86 expertise ensures the efficient management of bulk parcel customs clearance, so you can ship internationally - without unnecessary customs charges or unexpected import delays. 

And one thing's for sure - when orders arrive on time and in budget, your customers are more likely to shop again. 

Learn more about Section 321 Type 86 Clearance


Our integrated approach to logistics covers every type of shipping and technology requirement, so you can meet your customers’ most complex demands.

Next Day Delivery

For your most urgent and time-sensitive orders.

Tracked Delivery

For your most valuable and high-end shipments.

Transpacific Express

For express shipments travelling from China or South East Asia.

Gateway and Downstream Access Services

For the final phase of your delivery process.

Intelligent Routing

For the lowest cost routes and the quickest delivery times.


For you to compare carrier performance with stated zonal transit times.

API Integration

For fast access to our top API features.

Address Validation

For mitigation of potential delivery issues, in line with regional and national standards.



When it comes to ecommerce, no two countries are the same. Discover what specialist shipping solutions you can access in each core market.


  • USA Domestic Standard and Express Delivery
  • Daily parcel consolidations via Air Freight services
  • Inbound shipping services via three gateway hubs in NY, ORD and LA
  • Section 321 and Type 86 clearances


  • Transpacific Express - multi-modal express service
  • Full shipping access into China
  • Collection and sort centres in-country, shipping to Europe and North America


  • Australia Domestic Express Delivery
  • Daily consolidations
  • Own and operate all key hubs in Australia
  • Decentralized service via four entry points - Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and Perth


  • Own and operate all key hubs in New Zealand
  • Daily consolidations
  • US parcels for New Zealand are sent to major airport hub in Auckland


  • Low Value Bulk Import (LVBI) clearances into the UK
  • 22,000 sq.ft Egham facility neighbouring Heathrow


  • Next Day Delivery to all areas of Hong Kong
  • Same Day Collection, Processing and Handover of Freight to courier SF Express


  • Manifest-Cleared Express Freight
  • Next Day Delivery, with two-hour turnaround from cargo rival to courier collection


  • Inventory safely positioned in-country
  • Multi-user warehouses in Toluca, Monterrey and Queratro

seamlessly integrate to elevate

We provide you with instant access to the world’s leading ecommerce facilitators, so you can effortlessly scale around the globe.

Global Cross Border Shipping FAQ's

Cross-border refers to activities, transactions, or interactions that occur between or involve different countries or jurisdictions. It implies the crossing of a national or territorial boundary.

Cross-border trade refers to the exchange of goods and services between countries or territories. It involves the import and export of products across international borders, and it plays a significant role in the global economy. Cross-border trade enables countries to specialise in the production of certain goods or services and trade them with other nations, promoting economic growth, diversity, and efficiency.

Key aspects of cross-border trade include:

  • Imports
  • Exports
  • Tariffs and Customs
  • Trade Agreements 
  • Trade Balance 
  • Trade Facilitation 


Cross-border trade comes with various challenges that can affect businesses, governments, and consumers involved in international transactions. Some of the key challenges include:

  • Trade Barriers
  • Complex Regulations
  • Currency Exchange and Payment Risks
  • Cultural and Language Differences
  • Intellectual Property Protection
  • Political and Economic Instability
  • Compliance with International Standards
  • Market Access Restrictions
  • Data Privacy and Security
  • Corruption and Bribery

Cross-border trade offers several significant benefits for countries, businesses, and consumers involved in international transactions. Some of the key advantages include:

  • Economic Growth
  • Market Access
  • Diversification
  • Competitive Prices
  • Access to Resources
  • Technology Transfer
  • Employment Opportunities
  • Foreign Investment
  • Enhanced Diplomacy and Cooperation
  • Consumer Benefits
  • Knowledge Exchange
  • Economic Stability
  • Environmental Impact

Free trade agreements (FTAs) are international treaties between two or more countries that aim to facilitate and promote trade by reducing or eliminating barriers to the flow of goods and services across their borders. These agreements are designed to create a more open and liberalised trading environment, fostering economic cooperation and integration between the participating nations.

Engaging in cross-border trade can be a rewarding endeavour, but it requires careful planning, research, and compliance with international trade regulations. Here are some steps to help you get started with cross-border trade:

  • Market Research: Conduct thorough market research to identify potential export or import opportunities. Analyse target markets, demand for your products or services, competition, and regulatory requirements. 
  • Product SelectionChoose products or services that have export potential and are suitable for international markets. Consider factors like demand, market preferences, and competitive advantage.
  • Legal and Regulatory ComplianceFamiliarise yourself with the trade laws, regulations, and customs procedures of both your country and the target market. Ensure that your products meet the necessary standards and certifications required for international trade.
  • Obtain necessary licenses and permits:Depending on your business and the products you intend to trade, you may need specific licenses, permits, or certifications for international trade. Ensure compliance with all legal requirements.
  • Export/Import Documentation: Familiarise yourself with the required export or import documentation, including invoices, bills of lading, certificates of origin, and customs declarations.
  • International Payment Methods:Determine the most suitable and secure payment methods for international transactions, considering factors like currency exchange rates and payment terms.
  • Currency Risk Management: Develop strategies to manage currency exchange rate risks, as fluctuations can impact the profitability of your cross-border trade.

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