Use our service to outsource the entire order processing. This saves you time and money and allows you to focus on the expansion and marketing of your store assortment. If you also produce print-on-demand products at Shirtigo, you avoid partial deliveries and save shipping and handling costs.
The cost of our service primarily consists of: monthly fees for warehousing all warehoused products, a flat fee per order (for warehoused products), and a pick & pack fee per item. Packing charges only apply if the merchandise must be shipped in a box (standard are shipping bags).
Shipping costs for warehousing products vary depending on the destination country.
Create a connection to your new digital factory with just a few clicks. Orders can then be automatically transferred from your online store, printed and sent to your customers.
In the first step, navigate to “Warehousing” in the cockpit and create your products. Once you are done and the product is approved, you are able to create an inbound shippment with an automatically created delivery receipt and send it to us for storage. Finally, you create the products in your store system with the SKUs from the cockpit. When the order is received, the goods are shipped to your customer - just like a print-on-demand product.
If you have a design that sells particularly well, you can have us produce it in advance in batches and store the products. This enables cost advantage and also additional improvements of the fulfillment time, as the products do not have to be produced when the order is received, but can be shipped directly. Especially during peak periods such as the Christmas season, this approach can effectively shorten the delivery time.
Of course your customers can order your print-on-demand and warehousing products together and have them delivered as part of a single fulfillment job. The shipping and handling costs for the fulfillment consists of the basic price for warehousing shipping + the price for shipping another POD product - for the respective destination country.
An example: Your customer orders a warehousing product and a T-shirt for shipping to Germany. There is a net charge of 4,15 € for the warehousing product and 1,00 € for the t-shirt (shipping costs for additional shirt). 4,15 € + 1,00 € = 5,15 € (net).
After you have created the warehousing product in the Cockpit and successfully created an inbound delivery, you manually create a product in your Shopify store. Under "Inventory managed by" you select "Shirtigo Cockpit Fulfillment" (Shirtigo app must be installed). Finally, enter the WarehouseProductVariant SKU from the Cockpit dashboard under "SKU".
Note: Only products with "In stock" status will be considered when creating the order.