Have you correctly connected UPS but you're facing some issue during label creation? πŸ”

Here's how you can fix them case by case:

πŸ“Œ To check: Name and company fields must be shorter than 35 characters.

The Name and Company fields must not exceed 35 characters for labels created with UPS.


πŸ“Œ Postal Code length must be 5 numbers.

The Postal Code must necessarily be 5 digits and must not contain special characters, such as - or /.

πŸ“Œ Province must be in the form of an abbreviation.

In the Recipient State field, you are asked to enter the province in the form of an abbreviation. The province in full form will generate a label in error.

πŸ“ŒUser Id and Shipper Number combination is not qualified to receive negotiated rates.
In this case contract's tariffs haven't been synchronized, so you need to verify your credentials and, if correct, ask UPS to abilitate rates via API.

πŸ“ŒThe shipper number cannot be used for the shipment.

This Error indicate that the Account Number may be wrong or suspended.

If this message occurs, check with your UPS contact.

πŸ“ŒMissing or Invalid Notification/Notification Code

In order to solve this error try to disable notifications from Carriers > Connection > UPS > Edit.

πŸ“ŒFailure: Unable to determine destination for Time in Transit Information.

For this type of error you should disable the option View Time in Transit from Carriers > Connection > UPS > Edit and then try to create the label again.

πŸ“Œ Failure: The country associated with Shippers ShipperNumber must be the same as the shipments Shippers country. (120120)

The error message indicates that your UPS account is not enabled for shipments from the outbound country you have requested. While your UPS account number might be enabled "for every function" (e.g. rating, label purchase, pickup, etc.) it might not be enabled for all outbound countries.

πŸ“Œ Negotiated rates are unavailable at this time

If this error occurs, UPS server is temporary not able to communicate rates. Please try again later.

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