Creating a Manual Shipment is really easy and intuitive with ShippyPro.
You may need to add a manual shipment for various reasons. If you receive an order outside your marketplace for example, or if you receive a return and you'd like to create a return label.
Let's see how to do this step by step! 🔍
1. How to Create a Manual Shipment
You can create shipment manually from Label Creator > To Ship.
- Click on Create manual shipment on the top right corner of the page to start.
1. Sender Info
In the window that pops up, you'll see Sender Info that should already be compiled with the address you have entered when you first registered.
If you'd like to change it, you can do it from My Profile > Sender Info.
If you'd like to use a different Sender Address instead, you firstly need to add it from Admin > My Addresses and Parcels and then select it from Your Address Book inside Create Manual Shipment.
Click then on Next Step to proceed.
2. Recipient Info
To complete the fields with Recipient Info, you can either add the address manually or retrieve it from your Address Book. Click on Next step to proceed to Parcel details.
Note: Please remember that Name, Streetline, City, Post Code, Phone are mandatory fields.
3. Parcels Dimensions
From this section, you can edit the Parcel Dimensions.
Learn how to edit parcels dimensions in details here:
Learn how Incoterms work in details here:
4. International Shipments
ShippyPro offers specific functions for international shipments.
Here is how to manage international shipments by creating customs documents, specify the Incoterms and attach the Paperless Documentation.
5. Shipping Rate Calculator
ShippyPro automatically compares the shipping rates of all your carriers and choose the best option for you, showing the economic prices first.
You only need to choose the option that suits you best and then click on Send.
In a few minutes, labels will be ready to be printed inside the section Shipping Labels.
- How to print your Shipping Labels
- How "Shipping Labels" works
- How to Close Work Day
- How to Create a Manifest