Global Access

Global Access' low-risk turnkey global trade solution lets direct-to-consumer brands, online retailers and Direct Selling companies enter international markets faster and more cost-effectively. Global Access’ platform features a localized international shopping cart, a total landed costing engine, product harmonization, multi-currency payment methods and consolidated international shipping. Global Access operates proprietary shipping lanes into Australia, Japan, China and Canada and other fast-growing international markets. These dedicated shipping channels help clients bypass customs bottlenecks and generate savings up to 70% versus common carriers.
With Global Access™ logistics portal, clients can tap into a world class network of logistics partners that offer both direct shipping from the US and global, in-country warehousing. In addition, Global Access provides direct-to-consumer and retail brands with the Global Access Distributor Portal™, a service that combines market localization resources, native language websites, customer support, order capture and local payment methods. The Global Access Goopping division ( lets international online shoppers purchase products from their favorite US online retailers and get their orders shipped straight to their door, typically within 5 to 7 business days.

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Provo, US
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52 (est)+2%
Global Access was founded in 2002 and is headquartered in Provo, US

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Global Access has an office in Provo
Provo, US (HQ)
275 5252 N Edgewood Dr

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