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Can I have shipments go out from my contractor’s factory but the shipping costs are charged on my commercial account?

Customer:

I have a few questions regarding WooCommerce Canada Post Shipping plugin that it would be great if you could help clarify.

– So just to confirm, with your plugin can I have shipments go out from my contractor’s factory but the shipping costs are charged on my commercial account? Would the manifests then indicate “mailed by my contractor factory name” and indicate “mailed on behalf of my business name”?

– Is it possible to set only specific countries that can be shipped to? For example, I can set it, so the only allowed countries to ship to are Canada, United States, United Kingdom, and Norway, yes?

– Once a customer has submitted an order, and I’m creating a shipment, it’s my understanding that when printing a label (for example 8.5×11 paper label) there can be a pdf file created, yes? Then I can print, save, email, etc. this pdf file as needed, correct?

– Once a shipment is transmitted, it’s my understanding that when printing a manifest there can be a pdf file created, yes?

– Also, once a shipment is transmitted, the customer can see the shipment number, tracking number, and a link to tracking on the Canada Post website within their account under the order summary, yes?

I appreciate all your help answering all these questions.


Support:

You can have your shipments go out from your contractor factory, and you will get charged from your commercial account.

Our Plugin provides a feature  METHOD AVAILABILITY that will help you set your shipping to specific countries.

Also, if you are printing the label (8.5*11), it will get printed in pdf format.

As soon as you click on create the manifest, the manifest will get created in pdf format.

Also, Once a shipment is transmitted  customer can see the details like shipment number, tracking number and a link to tracking on the Canada Post website within their account under the order summary

Last Updated On September 21, 2018