When buyers place orders, they should be prompted to choose among a variety of shipping options. You can create as many shipping options as you like, but they all calculate shipping costs using one of three methods:

Flat Rate shipping applies the same price to every product in the catalog.

Variable Rate shipping uses a formula to calculate a unique rate for each order by weight, product price, or other factors.

Carrier shipping aligns your shipping processes closely with those of a shipping company. This can help ensure the prices you charge your customers closely match your actual shipping costs.

You can create many options for each method, but remember that every shipping option you create becomes available to ship every product in the catalog.

Flat Rate Shipping

Buyers can choose a flat rate shipping option to ship any product. By creating multiple flat rate options, you can give customers choices of cost, speed, or security. Flat rate shipping imposes the...

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Variable Rate Shipping

Variable rate shipping calculates shipping costs using three factors: the order’s weight, its subtotal (cost before shipping and taxes), and any fixed price you impose. You choose the priority of...

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Restrictions

Regardless of your shipping methods, you can apply restrictions. A restriction disables a shipping method for shipments to selected countries or regions. To apply a restriction, go to a shipping...

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Measurement Units

Liferay Commerce comes with a number of common measurement units already defined, but if you or your shipping provider use different units, you may need to change the default settings. Among the...

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