About Multi-Vendor Plugin Add-On for WooCommerce Shipping Plugins

In this article, you will see how the WooCommerce Multi-Vendor Plugin Add-On 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 or DHL Express carrier.

This plugin is an Add-On for WooCommerce FedEx Shipping Plugin with Print Label, WooCommerce UPS Shipping Plugin, and Multi-Carrier Shipping Plugin for WooCommerce and does not work independently. So to use this plugin, you need to have :

  1. PluginHive’s WooCommerce FedEx/UPS/Multi-Carrier Shipping plugin
  2. Supported Multi-vendor plugin

Supported Multi-Vendor Plugin:

How it works

As an example, this demonstration is for WooCommerce FedEx Shipping plugin only. For the WooCommerce UPS and Multi-Carrier Shipping plugins, you can follow similar steps.

First, make sure that you have added vendors as users, as well as added Billing and Shipping Address for that vendor. Now, while configuring the FedEx Shipping plugin, you need to follow the steps below.
Select the Vendor Address as an option from “Ship From Address Preference” drop-down list in the ‘FedEx Admin Settings’ as shown below:
ship from address
Note: You get Vendor Address field in FedEx Admin Settings only when the FedEx Multi-Vendor Add-On is activated.
You are ready to go! Now, verify if everything is working as expected.


Consider, the Cart containing products from Vendor1 and Vendor2 as shown below:
woocommerce cart page

Print Labels

After creating shipment through FedEx for the above order, the Edit order page appears as shown below:
woocommerce order page
Click on Print Label for vendor1 and vendor2 in order to print the labels.
Sample Label1 for Vendor1:
woocommerce first vendor
Sample Label2 for Vendor2:
shipping label for woocommerce vendor

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