Single- or Multi-Origin Shipping. What the Difference?

Single- or Multi-Origin Shipping. What the Difference?

Calcurates provides you with the ability to set up both Single- and/or Multi-Origin shipping

Single-Origin Shipping allows you to ship products from a single location. You can learn how to set up Single Origin Shipping here.

Multi-Origin Shipping is used to process complex orders when products are located in different warehouses. For Multi-Origin Shipping Calcurates provides three algorithms to to select the appropriate origin for each product in a cart:
  1. stock quantity in an origin
  2. distance to a customer
  3. utilize the minimal number of origins to process the order
To set up Multi-Origin Shipping, please, look through this article.

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