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Before your Shop on Cloud opens for business, it is important to decide on the delivery method(s) that suits the goods and products you sell and the consumer range you serve. ShopOnCloud already supports GrassHopper and DHL delivery integration and if you need the integration of another delivery service please contact our support team.
We also support various other delivery methods like order and shop pick-ups while our support services can set up any other delivery service integration if required.
Choosing a proper set of delivery channels is important for the smooth workflow of your Online Store. While every component taking part in this process has to be looked into, these components also have to be reliable and manageable.
Any customer would appreciate their products being delivered in one day if it seems possible. If an online store can make this a reality, it can be considered as a great achievement. But the execution of this method requires the combination of coordinated resources, coordinated operations, and courier services. The reliability of the same sources will apply to other delivery methods such as International shipping and Overnight shipping.
When choosing delivery channels, always make sure to calculate your budget and final profit margin. Include the costs related to your product, shipping, the online payment charge, and costumes duty if there is any.
A proper delivery method is a combination of a lot of people. When being connected with a delivery agency, it has to be noted that the agency will charge according to the size and weight of each parcel. This factor has to be managed in a way that it does not have any negative impact on your profits.
Free Shipping is always an expectation of any customer who enters an online store. This is technically an expense to your store. Therefore, the expenses incurred on this delivery offer has to cope with the pricing of your products.
International shipping is usually handled by a third party such as an agency. When setting up your terms and conditions, make sure that you state the fact that any local customs duties of a country are not a part of your responsibilities.