What is the price and charging standard for drop shipping from overseas warehouses?The price of drop shipping from overseas warehouses is estimated based on a number of comprehensive costs. According to the current third-party overseas warehouses on the market, the approximate costs are as follows: warehousing fees, shelving fees, outgoing fees, and additional order processing Fees (for multiple items in one ticket), warehousing fees and delivery fees, etc.
The SKU measurement fee is a one-time fee and is only charged once for each SKU;
The sorting fee for multiple items in one ticket is only charged when there are multiple items in the same order to be picked and shipped out of the warehouse;
The warehousing and shelving fee is simply the cost of the customer's shipment to the UK overseas warehouse for shelving. It is generally charged based on the number of product pieces. The fees for different weight segments will be different. The heavier the product, the more expensive the price. The outbound fee is reported above the basic operating fee, which is the fee for a single ticket. If there are multiple items per ticket, additional renewal fees will be charged.
Warehousing fees refer to the costs incurred by warehousing goods overseas. Warehousing fees are generally calculated in different periods. The longer the time period, the higher the fees will be. Overseas warehouses are calculated based on the date the seller's goods are put on the shelves. Dropshipping services generally give customers discounts, free of storage fees for 30 days, and are calculated from the 31st day. The space occupied by the goods is calculated in CBM units. , calculated daily. The longer the storage period, the more expensive the costs incurred. Therefore, it is generally recommended that sellers store best-selling products and dispose of unsalable products as soon as possible. Otherwise, the expenses incurred will be very high if they are kept for a long time.
The delivery fee is the cost for overseas warehouses to use local express delivery such as DPD, Hermes, YODEL or ROYAL MAIL to ship to the whole of the UK. It is generally charged based on actual conditions, and the fees are different in different regions.
The value-added service fee means that overseas warehouses can provide other additional services to sellers, such as product destruction, photography, product inventory, carton packaging, and customer sales returns. Overseas warehouses charge different fees based on the difficulty of operating the customer's instructions. These charges are optional and will not be charged if the customer does not require these operations.
Large-scale service providers usually have a certain degree of popularity. Of course, there are also many small-scale dedicated line service providers that are also very cost-effective. This depends on the seller's own comparison and selection.
First of all, everyone must first understand the qualifications of the dedicated line service provider to see if there is safety guarantee, otherwise the goods will not only have problems abroad, but also nothing will happen.
Here we mainly examine domestic and foreign teams. Domestic teams mainly look at whether the service is timely and whether they can effectively solve problems, etc.; overseas teams mainly look at whether they understand some local rules and can avoid some risks.
What should I pay attention to when shipping from overseas warehouses?
The customs is very strict about commodity tariff issues. Overseas warehouses cannot be used as customs clearance importers for goods. Sellers who use overseas warehouses to ship goods must provide documents such as C88 to prove that the goods have been imported through formal declarations and paid taxes. Otherwise, It cannot be shipped from overseas warehouses. Then the seller must use his own VAT tax number for first-leg logistics transportation.