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How To Determine the Number of Shipping Scenarios You Need

The number of Shipping Scenarios you’ll need depends entirely on your shipping requirements.

Here are some common examples to help you determine the number of Scenarios you’ll need.

Shipping Rules for Multiple Vendors

Scenario: Vendor A

Condition: Product Vendor > Equals > Vendor A > Any Product In The Cart Must Satisfy This Condition

Scenario: Vendor B

Condition: Product Vendor > Equals > Vendor B > Any Product In The Cart Must Satisfy This Condition

This setup may require a Combined Shipping Method. Learn how to create Scenarios for multiple vendors here.

Create Separate Retail & Wholesale Shipping Methods

Scenario: Retail Shipping

Condition: Customer Tag > Does Not Equal > Wholesale

Scenario: Wholesale Shipping

Condition: Customer Tag > Equals > Wholesale

Learn how to create a Retail and Wholesale setup here.

Create Local Pickup & Delivery Options

Scenario: Local Pickup & Delivery

Condition: Distance > Less than or equals > x km

Scenario: Standard Shipping

Condition: Distance > Greater than or equals > x km

Learn how to create safe Local Pickup and Delivery options here.

Distance-based Scenarios require you to create a Google Distance API and add it to Intuitive Shipping. Learn more here.

Create Per-Item Exclusions for Hazardous Materials

Scenario: Hazardous Products

Condition: Product Tag > Contains > Hazardous > Any Product In The Cart Must Satisfy This Condition

Scenario: Non-Hazardous Products

Condition: Product Tag > Does Not Contain > Hazardous > All Products In The Cart Must Satisfy This Condition

Learn how to create a Controlled Product setup here.

Utilizing the SmartBoxing™ System Only

Scenario: All Shipping

Learn more about our SmartBoxing™ packing system here.

Condition: No conditions necessary

Create Custom Shipping Rates

Scenario: All Shipping

Condition: No conditions necessary

Learn how to create a Custom Shipping Method here.

Updated on May 12, 2021

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