Note (March, 2015): Shipwire is transitioning all users to a new version of the Shipwire user interface. Migration is happening on a rolling basis, in batches. This guide is intended for use with Shipwire V3 (identifiable by a blue header).
Shipwire provides best practices for product configuration in order to help you deliver a complete brand experience, grow your business across markets and channels, and drive down overall logistics spend.
The Configuring Product Guide will give you a better understanding of how your product catalog works. You’ll also learn how to use best practices to your advantage in configuring individual products and/or cartons.
Shipwire provides merchants with a world-class logistics platform that helps them deliver a complete brand experience, grow their business across markets and channels, and drive down overall logistics spend.
One of ways we do this is through the way product catalogs are set up, which ensures brands get the best possible Shipwire experience, and avoid costly problems.
This document will give you a better understanding of how you can set up your product catalog in the Shipwire management interface. If you have further questions you can contact our sales team directly at email@example.com.
Shipwire is an ideal solution to fulfill both direct-to-consumer (B2C) and wholesale (B2B) orders. Shipwire defines products in an optimal way which lets you manage both B2C and B2B sales within the same product structure. Proper product setup also allows you take advantage of automated lot breaks and bulk optimization.
Using these best practices helps Shipwire understand how a product is packaged and how ‘like units’ are coming in (i.e. the product can be picked at the unit level, the inner carton level, and the master carton level).
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