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Setting UP WooCommerce Multi-Vendor Add-On with FedEx Shipping Plugin and WooCommerce Product Vendors

This tutorial will help you set up the Advanced Shipping for WooCommerce MultiVendor plugin with your WooCommerce FedEx Shipping Plugin and WooCommerce Product Vendors. So read along to know more about it.


This advanced shipping plugin transforms your WooCommerce online store into a powerful, robust and feature-rich online shopping center with multiple independent vendors selling their products via a centralized product catalog and facilitates you to ship through FedEx carrier.

This tutorial will give you an excellent launch pad to kick-start the usage of Advanced Shipping for WooCommerce MultiVendor plugin. It will give you all the essential knowledge and step-by-step instructions.


You must set up your WooCommerce online store with the following software:


For detailed information about installing Plugins, See How to Download, Install, Activate & Update WooCommerce Plugin.

Setting Up the Plugin

After installing the Advanced Shipping for WooCommerce MultiVendor plugin navigate to Dashboard > WooCommerce > Settings > Multivendor tab OR; plugins > Installed Plugins > Settings for the Multi-Vendor Add-On.

The plugin Admin Settings is as shown below:

Admin Settings
Admin Settings

To show the rates on the Cart page, the plugin provides you the options as given below:

  1. Split and sum: It sums up the amount of all the items from the vendors and the shipping cost of each item. The total cost will be shown to the customer.
  2. Split and separate: It separates the items according to each vendor and shows the total cost with shipping cost vendor wise.

Click Save changes after selecting the required option to show the rates.

After setting up the Multi-Vendor Add-On for PluginHive Shipping Plugins, follow the steps as given below:

  1. Add a new user for a vending purpose by navigating to Users > Add New as shown below:
    Admin Page
    Admin Page

    Note: For Vendor, select the Role of Vendor Admin.
    After adding a new user, you can see it Under All Users as shown below:

    Users Page
    Users Page

    Click on username, add/update Billing and Shipping Address of Vendor.

  2. Add product vendor by navigating to Products > vendor as shown below:
    Product Vendor Page
    Product Vendor Page

    Important: On Product Vendor page, enter the username which you want to connect to the vendor under Vendor admins.

  3. A Vendor can log in and add the product to the WooCommerce online store.
  4. As Admin, configure WooCommerce FedEx Shipping plugin. You can navigate to Admin settings of FedEx by two ways: Navigate to WooCommerce > Settings > FedEx (under the  Menu tab) OR; Navigate to Plugins > Installed Plugins > Settings of the FedEx plugin.
  5. Select the Vendor Address as an option from the Ship From Address Preference drop-down list as shown below:
    FedEx Admin Setting
    FedEx Admin Setting

    Note: You get Vendor Address field in the FedEx Admin Settings only when Multi-Vendor Add-On is activated.

  6. Click Save changes to update the settings.


Consider, cart contains products from Vendor-1, Vendor-2, and My Blog. The cart with Split and Sum option is as shown below:

Cart with split and sum option
Cart with split and sum option

The cart with Split and Separate option is as shown below:

Cart with Split and Separate option
Cart with Split and Separate option

Print Labels

After creating a shipment through FedEx for the above order, the Edit order page appears as shown below:

Edit Order Page
Edit Order Page

Click on Print Label for vendor1 and vendor2 to print the labels.

Label for Vendor1 is as shown below:

Print label of Vendor1
Print label of Vendor1

Label for Vendor2 is as shown below:

Print Label of Vendor2
Print Label of Vendor2

This Add-on enables multi-vendor to print the label for their customer order from different places and makes your WooCommerce Shipping experience better. Learn more about the WooCommerce FedEx Shipping plugin and Advanced Multi-Vendor Add-On.

If you have any doubts or need help with setting up WooCommerce shipping then feel free to Contact PluginHive Customer Support. Our support team should be able to help you out.

Happy selling!

Last Updated On May 29, 2019

8 thoughts on “Setting UP WooCommerce Multi-Vendor Add-On with FedEx Shipping Plugin and WooCommerce Product Vendors

  1. edmund1
    Mark says:

    I just installed both the fedex plugin and the multivenfor add-on. I am using woocommerce product vendor to manage my marketplace and set “pass shipping and taxes to vendor”. However only taxes are being passed on and not the FEDEX shipping rate. I need to pass shipping cost also to the vendor much similar to how taxes are passed on the vendors. Please advise.

    • Anindo
      Anindo says:

      Hi Mark,

      No Worries. Can you please show this problem with the help of screenshots and raise a ticket for the same?

      Our guys will surely check it. We may also need admin access to check this.

  2. Hank says:

    I just installed the FedEx version of Woocommerce Product Vendors as well as the Multi-Vendor AddOn. How can I add vendor addresses for my vendors? I can’t seem to find the option to input this information.

  3. debabrat says:

    I am using WC vendors free version. How can i sett up WooCommerce Multi-Vendor Add-On with FedEx Shipping Plugin?

    • Veeresh says:

      Hello Debabrat,

      Our Woocommerce multi-vendor Add-on for shipping plugins is not an independent plugin but it is an add-on for Multi-vendor plugins. it works with,
      -Woocommerce product vendors
      -Dokan Multi-vendor plugin for Woocommerce
      -Woocommerce Vendors pro plugins.

      You need to have FedEx plugin, any of these above Multi-Vendor plugins and our free version of Multi-vendor add-on for shipping plugins (

      Please install all the three plugins mentioned above, and go through the step by step setup guide.
      Hope this helps.


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