International Addresses

What can be one of the most frustrating parts of International Shipping is trying to figure out the best way to format the address that you are given by your customers when shipping international orders to them.

Special characters, such as ñ é í ó ú ü ¿ ¡, cannot be used. These will need to be replaced with the Roman alphabet. To allow for additional space, we recommend abbreviating when you can. Using Google Translate can be a great tool in factoring what changes can be made.

Character limits on International Addresses are set by the Post Office, and sometimes require you to get creative in order to get the address that you are given to fit within these requirements.


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