Duties and Taxes for Ecommerce

Our suite of tax & duties and returns solutions is designed for enterprise ecommerce businesses who want to accelerate worldwide sales.


Reduce risks & Improve post purchase experience

We allow you to offer a best in class cross border experience to your customers while ensuring full international compliance. Our flexible solutions manage every step in the global ecommerce process from automated HS codes product classification, integrated tax & duty calculations, through to customs documentation, shipping carrier integration and international returns.

Guaranteed total landed cost

Convert more international buyers, reduce global delivery times and prevent customs delays with a guaranteed total landed cost that includes all customs duty and tax. Glopal's ‘Delivery Duty Paid’ solution integrates seamlessly with your existing checkout, allowing you to:

  • Present buyer’s with a Total Landed Cost in the checkout
  • Enable buyers to pay charges at checkout
  • Customs documentation
  • Seamless integration in your checkout

Product Classification

For enterprise merchants with large-scale inventories, the process of accurately assigning HS codes for thousands of SKUs can be a challenging task. Glopal’s automated service  classifies all existing and new products allowing you to calculate customs correctly across every international market. 

  • Improve efficiency with HS code classification automation
  • Provide correct Customs & Taxes calculations
  • Maintain an up-to-date mapping of your product catalog

Learn more about Product Classification


Product export restrictions

Glopal helps enterprise merchants adhere to international market restrictions. Our solution includes a prohibited items check that automatically identifies restricted and prohibited items for export to specific destinations and informs your buyers in order to prevent delayed or even failed shipments. This verification can also be performed offline and full product catalogs can be processed via our API

  • Stay up-to-date with market restrictions
  • Implement country restrictions into your checkout page
  • Prevent custom delays or unsatisfied customers
  • Compliance with international regulations


In 1947 Rose Repetto created her first ballet shoes on the advice of her son Roland Petit, in a tiny workshop near the National Opera of Paris. Today Repetto sells shoes across the globe with the help of Glopal.