How to Create Prices in Shipedge

To begin setting up prices in Shipedge, you will need to go into your Prices account in Shipedge. Navigate to the Price List Page by selecting Price List by Seller from the Billing Tab dropdown menu.

On this page you can select “Edit” to edit the current pricing structure for a current client. Please note that you can only edit one client at a time. You can also select Add a Future Price List if you would like to set up pricing for new clients. 

We will show the Pricing Screen in two images as it is quite wide. 

Set Prices in Shipedge

1. PLAN ID: To set up prices so you could choose a plan to pre-populate all of this or you can choose to customize.

2. Handling Tiers: Handling tiers are for when you want to set certain ranges of prices. So, the specific price will apply to specified ranges.

3. Charges for Packaging: If you are charging your customers for packages, you would set that here.

4. System Fee: If you want to charge your clients for using the system, you can set that here.

5. Warehouse Fee: You can set any warehousing fee here. This may apply if you are renting the space to a client and not charging them storage. Or maybe there is a minimum storage price fixed fee.

6. Min Handling/Storage: You have a several options here. This is your minimum handling and storage price per 30 days. Ultimately, all of these options are up to your discretion and you can choose what each tier of handling includes.

Handling: Basic handling prices

Handling Plus: If your client requires special handling procedures

Min Handling is Storage: This means that the handling cost is calculated into storage. Depending on how much a client stores, that can change their handling price. If you would normally charge $15 per pallet for storage alone, you might charge $40 per pallet if the storage includes handling.

7. Min Handling: You can set a minimum handling charge per 30 days.

8. COD Add Funds to Acc Balance: This is for clients who use a Cash on Delivery model.

9. Cost Man Hour: You can set your man-hour charges here.

10. Order Processing Fee: This happens between when an order goes from pending to processing. This is kind of like a shipment. The orders in Shipedge happen from the customer side in the OMS, the shipments happen in the WMS, and each shipment can have several boxes or packages. So this is the price you pay to process one order.

11. Receiving SKU Fee: This is the price you charge every time you receive an SKU. So, this can be the price you charge when you receive a replenishment or a price you charge when an item is returned. This is per SKU. If you receive 10 of two different SKUS, then you would just charge this twice.

12. Receiving QTY Fee: This is the price you charge per item that you receive. If you receive a shipment with 40 items, then you charge 40 times.

13. Cost Base: This is the base price per box per shipment. If you have an order requiring two boxes, then you would charge this twice.

Set Prices in Shipedge Part Two

14. Cost SKU: This is the price you charge per SKU in an order. If you pick two of the same SKU, this is charged once. If you pick two different SKUs, this is charged twice.

15. Cost Qty: This is the price you charge per item in an order. If you pick two items, you charge two items.

16. 30 Days Storage Bin: This is the price you charge for 30 days of storage in a bin.

17. 30 Days Storage Top: This is the price you charge for 30 days of storage on the top shelf in your warehouse.

18. 30 Days Storage Floor: This is the price you charge for 30 days of storage on the floor in your warehouse.

19. 30 Days Storage Pallet: This is the price you charge for storing a pallet for 30 days in your warehouse.

20. 30 Days Storage Special: This is the price you charge for 30 days of storage in a special location in your warehouse. If you have a temperature-controlled area, a humidity-controlled area, a secure area, etc. then you will have special prices associated.

21. Billing by BIN/Product Volume: If you want to charge by Bin or Product Volume, you can set those prices here.

22. Cost Photo: This is the price you will charge a client for taking pictures. If your client wants a picture of received items, of damaged items, or of items as they leave your warehouse – that is all set here.

23. Billing Cycle Plan (in days): This is a billing interval. You can set how often an invoice comes out.

24. Storage Cycle (in days): This is where you can set how often you charge for storage.

25. Last Day Update: This is a record showing the last time the prices were updated.

26. Active: This signifies whether or not this pricing or this account is active.

27. Status: This shows that your pricing is current and active.

28. Update: Click update to save and update your prices.

29. Cancel: Click cancel to cancel the changes you’ve made.

This piece of documentation is for current customers of Shipedge only.

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Last updated byJack Sawyer on November 2, 2018