LTL Freight Quotes

Day & Ross Freight Edition for Shopify

The Day & Ross LTL Freight Quotes app retrieves your negotiated LTL rates, takes action on them according to the app settings, and displays the results as shipping options in the Shopify checkout process. Day & Ross Freight is a wholly owned subsidiary of McCain Foods Limited. Headquartered in Hartland, New Brunswick, Day & Ross is recognized as one of Canada’s only true National carriers, serving all 10 provinces with direct LTL and TL service anywhere in Canada. To establish a Day & Ross Freight account, contact them at 888-665-6006 or email salesinquiry@dayandrossinc.ca.

Basic Plan $20/month

Retrieves your negotiated LTL freight rates.

Supported origins: Canada.

Supported destinations: Canada, United States.

Define a custom label to identify the LTL freight rate during checkout.

Display transit days with the rate estimate.

Define multiple warehouse locations.

Identify products that drop ship from vendors.

Basic option for residential delivery.

Basic option for tailgate delivery.

Mark up quotes by a dollar amount or percentage.

Assign products and variants a shipping weight, freight class and optionally dimensions.

Access to a built in density calculator.

Dynamic presentation of parcel and LTL freight rates with the installation of compatible apps from Eniture Technology

Standard Plan $25/month

Everything in the Basic Plan, plus…

Offer an option for LTL freight with residential delivery.

Offer an option for LTL freight with tailgate delivery.

Offer an option for LTL freight with residential and tailgate delivery.

Do not display rates if a post office box is detected.

Support for products that ship hazardous material.

Advanced Plan $40/month

Everything in the Standard Plan, plus…

Offer options for in-store pick up and local delivery.

Current version: 1.0

Requirements

A Shopify account with the Real-Time Carrier Shipping feature enabled. The feature is standard on the Advanced Shopify subscription package. It can be added to other packages by contacting Shopify customer service (1-888-746-7439).

A Day & Ross Freight account number.

Your username and password to dayross.ca.

FAQ’S

How do I get this application?

This application can only be installed from the Shopify App Store. Click here to locate the app in the Shopify App Store and then click the GET button to install the app. You must have the Shopify store owner credentials to perform the installation.

How do I get a Day & Ross Freight account number?

Call Day & Ross Freight at 888-665-6006 or email salesinquiry@dayandrossinc.ca.

Where do I find my Day & Ross Freight username and password?

Email the My Day & Ross team at mydayross@dayandrossinc.ca.

Why are the shipment charges I received on the invoice from Day & Ross Freight different than what was quoted by the app?

Common reasons include a difference in the quoted versus billed shipment parameters (weight, dimensions, freight class), or additional services (such as residential delivery) were required. Compare the details of the invoice to the shipping settings on the products included in the shipment. Consider making changes as needed. Remember that the weight of the packing materials is included in the billable weight for the shipment. If you are unable to reconcile the differences call Day & Ross Freight customer service for assistance.

Why do I sometimes get a message that a shipping rate estimate couldn’t be provided?

There are several possibilities:

The most common reason is that one or more of the products in the shopping cart did not have its shipment parameters (weight, dimensions, freight class) adequately populated. Check the settings for the products on the order and make corrections as necessary.

Your shipment exceeded constraining parameters of Day & Ross Freight’s web service.

The Day & Ross Freight web service isn’t operational.

Your Day & Ross Freight account has been suspended or cancelled.

There is an issue with the Eniture Technology servers.

Your subscription to the application has expired because payment could not be processed.

There is an issue Shopify’s servers.

How do I determine the freight class for my product(s)?

The easiest thing to do is to contact your Day & Ross Freight representative and ask for assistance. However, the official source is the National Motor Freight Classification (NMFC) directory maintained by the National Motor Freight Transportation Agency (NMFTA.org). You can purchase a hard copy of the directory or obtain an online subscription to it from their web site.

How does the density calculator work?

The density calculator will calculate a freight class by performing a calculation using the product weight and dimensions as inputs. In most cases the returned freight class will match the product’s (commodity’s) freight class as recorded in the National Motor Freight Classification (NMFC) directory. However, this is not always true and in the event there are differences, the freight class recorded in the National Motor Freight Classification (NMFC) directory takes precedence. An incorrectly identified freight class can result in unexpected shipping charges and even fees. You are solely responsible for accurately identifying the correct freight class for your products. If you need help doing this, contact your Day & Ross Freight representative for assistance.

User’s Guide

To use these instructions you must be logged into Shopify as the store’s administrator, or with a login that has administrative privileges.

Setting up the application to display LTL freight quotes consists of six steps:

Other information contained in this guide:

1. Prepare Shopify to use the application.

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You must have the Third-party calculated shipping rates feature on your Shopify plan to have live carrier quotes displayed in the checkout process. It is standard on the Shopify Advanced plan and can be added to other Shopify plans by calling Shopify Customer Service at 888-746-7439. (Learn more)

Navigate to the Settings>Shipping page. Scroll down to the Zones and rates section. If you don’t have a domestic shipping zone defined, click on the Add shipping zone link and then enter a zone name (i.e. “Domestic”).

add-shipping-zone

If you already have a domestic zone defined, click the Edit link to the right of the zone name.

Scroll down to the Carrier-calculated rates section. Click the Add rate button. Choose the carrier from the Select a carrier drop down. Click the Done button.

add-carrier-rate

You may see a message underneath the app name in the Carrier-calculated rates section afterwards, informing you that there are no available services for the countries you’ve selected. Don’t be concerned. You’ll set this up in the app preferences.

The app supports shipments to the United States. If you plan to ship orders to the United States, define a separate shipping zone for the US and add the app to it using the same steps described above.

2. Obtain credentials to dayross.ca.

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Use of the Day & Ross API requires a special set of credentials that are different than those you use to sign into dayross.com. If you already have the credentials, skip to Step 3. If not, email mydayross@dayandrossinc.ca and request them. Be sure to identify your account number and account name in the email and state that you “need credentials for the Day & Ross API in order to retrieve LTL rate estimates for your eCommerce storefront.” Please allow 2 business days for a response.

3. Choose the desired plan.

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Begin by selecting Apps from the Shopify menu. Locate the entry for the Day & Ross LTL Freight Quotes app and click on the app name to access the app preferences.

The Plans page is used to confirm the plan you are currently subscribed to, see the features offered on each plan, and to perform upgrades or downgrades according to your needs. The plan you’re currently subscribed to will have This is your current plan above the monthly subscription rate. To change plans, click on the desired plan’s monthly subscription rate. You must be signed into Shopify with the Store Owner credentials to change plans.

4. Connect the application to the Day & Ross Freight API.

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You will be delivered to the Connection Settings page. Enter the information prompted for, then click Save Settings. After the settings have been saved, click Test Connections. You will see a success message if your credentials validated. If not, correct them and try again.

Billing Account NumberEnter your Day & Ross Freight account number.
Account Number for shipments to USAIf you intend to have shipments to destinations in the United States, enter the account number that Day & Ross provided you for this purpose.
EmailEnter the username you were given for use with the Day & Ross API.
PasswordEnter the password you were given for use with the Day & Ross API.

5. Identify your warehouse and drop ship locations.

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Click the Add button in the appropriate sections to add warehouse and drop ship locations. Warehouses should have a complete inventory of all products not otherwise identified as drop shipped items. If you have more than one warehouse defined, the warehouse closest to the shopper will be used to retrieve shipping rate estimates.

Drop ship locations usually represent vendors that supply items that you don’t inventory. These items are shipped directly to your customer on your behalf. When an order includes drop shipped items, the shopping cart will display a single figure for the shipping rate estimate that is equal to the sum of the cheapest option for each shipment required to fulfill the order.

Day & Ross limits the origination points that an account can retrieve quotes for to the postal code associated with account holder’s address. To have warehouse and drop ship locations with different postal codes you will need to contact Day & Ross and ask to have the sender’s restriction on your account removed. To confirm that the sender’s restriction has been removed, log into dayross.ca and retrieve a quote using a postal code different than the one associated with the account holder’s address.

5a. In-store pick up settings

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The Advanced Plan is required to use this feature. If you aren’t on the Advanced Plan the words Advanced plan required will appear adjacent to the settings header, and the fields associated with the feature will be inaccessible.

Click on the text Advanced plan required to upgrade your plan and gain access to the feature. You must be signed into Shopify with the Store Owner credentials to perform the upgrade.

In-store pick up can be offered as an option in the checkout process based the shopper’s postal code or proximity. It will only be offered if the feature is enabled and only one stocking location (warehouse or drop ship location) is involved in providing a quote. The settings for In-store pick up are visible on the page used to add or edit a warehouse or drop ship location.

Enable in-store pick upCheck the box to enable the in-store pick up feature.
Offer if address is within (miles)The distance in miles within which you’d like to offer in-store pick up. The distance is route miles (driving distance). Leave blank if you don’t want to use distance to determine if in-store pick up should be offered. If both distance and postal codes are used as evaluation criteria, in-store pick up will display if either is satisfied.
Offer if postal code matchesThe postal codes to which you’d like to offer in-store pick up. Enter only the five digit ZIP Code for US addresses. Leave blank if you don’t want to use postal codes to determine if in-store pick up should be offered. If both distance and postal codes are used as evaluation criteria, in-store pick up will display if either is satisfied.
Checkout descriptionThe description to use to identify the option in the checkout process. The most obvious candidate is In-store pick up, but you can make it anything you’d like.

5b. Local delivery settings

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The Advanced Plan is required to use this feature. If you aren’t on the Advanced Plan the words Advanced plan required will appear adjacent to the settings header, and the fields associated with the feature will be inaccessible.

Click on the text Advanced plan required to upgrade your plan and gain access to the feature. You must be signed into Shopify with the Store Owner credentials to perform the upgrade.

Local delivery can be offered as an option in the checkout process based the shopper’s postal code or proximity. It will only be offered if the feature is enabled and only one stocking location (warehouse or drop ship location) is involved in providing a quote. Local delivery can display as a free option or have a charge associated with it. Other shipping options provided by the app can be suppressed when local delivery is to be offered. The settings for Local delivery are visible on the page used to add or edit a warehouse or drop ship location.

Enable local deliveryCheck the box to enable the local delivery feature.
Offer if address is within (miles)The distance in miles within which you’d like to offer local delivery. The distance is route miles (driving distance). Leave blank if you don’t want to use distance to determine if local delivery should be offered. If both distance and postal codes are used as evaluation criteria, local delivery will display if either is satisfied.
Offer if postal code matchesThe postal codes to which you’d like to offer local delivery. Enter only the five digit ZIP Code for US addresses. Leave blank if you don’t want to use postal codes to determine if local delivery should be offered. If both distance and postal codes are used as evaluation criteria, local delivery will display if either is satisfied.
Checkout descriptionThe description to use to identify the option in the checkout process. The most obvious candidate is Local delivery, but you can make it anything you’d like.
Local delivery feeEnter the amount to charge for local delivery. Leave blank to offer local delivery for free.
Suppress other ratesCheck the box to show only the option for local delivery when the criteria for doing so (distance or postal code) is met. Leave unchecked to have local delivery offered in addition to the shipping options normally displayed by the app.

6. Choose the desired quote settings.

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On this page you will choose the settings that will affect every LTL freight quote your shopper sees. Enter the information prompted for, and then click on the Save Settings button at the bottom of the page. This will conclude the application setup. Next you will identify which of your products will ship via LTL freight and enter the corresponding shipment parameters.

Label AsIdentify how you want the quote labeled in the checkout process. A common choice for this field is “LTL Freight” or “Day & Ross Freight”. If left blank quotes will be labeled “Freight”
Show Delivery EstimateWhen checked, the carrier’s estimated transit time will be displayed.
Always quote residential deliveryWhen checked, quotes will always include the carrier’s residential delivery fee.
Offer residential delivery as an optionThe Standard Plan or higher is required to use this feature. If you aren’t on the Standard Plan or higher the words Standard plan required will be displayed. Click on the Standard plan required text to upgrade your plan and gain access to the feature. You must be signed into Shopify with the Store Owner credentials to perform the upgrade.

When checked, an additional option will be presented to the shopper that will include the residential delivery fee. The shopper will be able to choose between options that exclude or include residential gate delivery.

Always quote lift gate deliveryWhen checked, every quote will include the carrier’s lift gate delivery fee.
Offer lift gate delivery as an optionThe Standard Plan or higher is required to use this feature. If you aren’t on the Standard Plan or higher the words Standard plan required will be displayed. Click on the Standard plan required text to upgrade your plan and gain access to the feature. You must be signed into Shopify with the Store Owner credentials to perform the upgrade.

When checked, an additional option will be presented to the shopper that will include the lift gate delivery fee. The shopper will be able to choose between options that exclude or include lift gate delivery.

If the option for residential delivery is also enabled, an additional option will be presented that includes both the residential delivery fee and the lift gate delivery fee.

Handling Fee / Mark UpIncreases the amount of the quote by a specified amount prior to displaying it in the shopping cart. The number entered will be interpreted as dollars and cents unless it is followed by a % sign. For example, entering 5.00 will cause $5.00 to be added to the quote. Entering 5.00% will cause each quote to be multiplied by 1.05 (= 1 + 5%).
Weight ThresholdThis feature is relevant only if your store contains items that are shipped with a parcel service such as FedEx or UPS.

The app will automatically provide an LTL rate estimate when none of the products have the Quote as LTL shipment checkbox checked (this is explained in Step 6: Product Settings) IF the weight of the shopping cart exceeds a weight threshold of 150 lbs. Enter a value less than 150 to lower the weight threshold used.

This feature has no bearing on products that have the Quote as LTL shipment checkbox checked. An LTL rate estimate is always displayed when an item is in the shopping cart that has the Quote as LTL shipment checkbox checked, regardless of weight.

Do not return rates if the ship to address appears to be a post office boxThe Standard Plan or higher is required to use this feature. If you aren’t on the Standard Plan or higher the words Standard plan required will be displayed. Click on the Standard plan required text to upgrade your plan and gain access to the feature. You must be signed into Shopify with the Store Owner credentials to perform the upgrade.

When enabled the app will not return quotes when it detects that the address is a post office box. The identification of a post office box is performed by text string matches to “PO Box”, “P.O. Box” and a number of other probable representations. This method is not infallible or guaranteed. It will not interfere with the presentation of shipping methods by other apps.

7. Enter the product shipping parameters.

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Select Products from the Shopify menu. Locate the product on the list and choose it by clicking on it. You will be delivered to the product’s details page. Click the More actions button at the top of the page to reveal the installed apps and select the app from the list.

You’ll be delivered to a page on which you will enter the product’s freight class, weight and dimensions. Enter the information prompted for, and then click the Save & Return button at the bottom of the page to return to the product’s Shopify product details page.

Quote as an LTL shipmentCheck this checkbox if you want this product to be quoted as shipping LTL freight.
Freight ClassSelect the product’s freight class from the drop down list. You may also select Density Based from the list, which will calculate freight class on the fly using the product’s weight and dimensions. The density based calculation will return the correct freight class in most, but not all cases. You are solely responsible to identify the correct freight class of your product(s). If you need assistance, contact your ABF Freight representative or refer to the National Motor Freight Classification (NMFC) directory published by the National Motor Freight Transportation Agency (NMFTA.org).
WeightEnter the weight of the product in pounds. Fractions should be rounded up to the next whole number. It should include the weight of any packaging materials that may be required to ship the product, such as cardboard, pallets and shrink wrap.
LengthEnter the length of the product in inches. It should include any incremental inches added by packaging materials that may be required to ship the product.
WidthEnter the width of the product in inches. It should include any incremental inches added by packaging materials that may be required to ship the product.
HeightEnter the height of the product in inches. It should include any incremental inches added by packaging materials that may be required to ship the product.
Boxing PropertiesYou may see a group of settings enclosed in a box labeled Boxing Properties. These settings are used by Eniture Technology’s Small Package Quotes apps for FedEx, Purolator, Unishippers, UPS and Worldwide Express. These apps are engineered to work in concert with the LTL Freight Quotes apps to ensure that the correct type of rates (parcel and/or LTL freight) are offered to shoppers. You can ignore these settings when provisioning the LTL Freight Quotes app. If you’d like to explore the Small Package Quotes apps, click this link.
Hazardous MaterialThe Standard Plan or higher is required to use this feature. If you aren’t on the Standard Plan or higher the words Standard plan required will be displayed. Click on the Standard plan required text to upgrade your plan and gain access to the feature. You must be signed into Shopify with the Store Owner credentials to perform the upgrade.

Check this checkbox if this item must be identified as hazardous material. When checked, the carrier’s hazardous materials fee will be included in the quote if this item is present in the cart.

Drop ship this productCheck this box if this item is drop shipped from a location other than your warehouse.
Drop ship locationSelect the drop ship location from the drop down. These locations are defined on the Warehouses tab in the app settings that was described in step 3.

What your customer sees.

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Once you’ve completed the preceding steps, your Shopify store is ready to begin quoting LTL freight. Any time one or more products in the shopping cart are flagged as shipping LTL freight, all of the products are assumed to ship LTL freight as this will be more economical than splitting the shipment between two or more shipping methods. In the absence of a freight class, as may be the case for products not set up to ship LTL freight, the application will take advantage of any available information to ensure the return of an LTL freight quote if at all possible. To ensure the best possible outcome, it is highly recommended that the freight class, weight and dimensions be entered for every product you sell, even if they are not defaulted to ship LTL freight.

When LTL rates are displayed, the exact presentation will depend on the options selected in the Quote Settings.

Updating products with the Import CSV Utility.

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You can use the app’s Import CSV utility to enter or update the product shipping parameters. This method can be more time efficient than navigating in and out of the app’s user interface, particularly if you have a lot of products. (View the 5 minute instructional video)

Navigate to the Import CSV tab in the app preferences.

Click the template link to download the CSV template file and open it in Excel or a similar application. Each row of the spreadsheet represents one of your products or product variants. You can’t use the Import CSV utility to create products in Shopify. The products must exist in Shopify prior to downloading the CSV template if they are to be updated. Eniture Technology publishes apps that provide quotes for Small Package (parcel) and LTL Freight. The template can be used for both categories of apps. If you have more than one of Eniture Technology’s quoting apps installed, you only need to import the file once.

When you receive the CSV template file, save a copy of it as a backup, particularly if you have product shipping parameters already present. You can use the backup file to restore your product shipping parameters to their previous state in the event you make a mistake with your current update exercise.

Columns A and B contain unique identifiers from Shopify. Do not disturb these fields. Columns C through J are provided to assist you with identifying the product/variant that is represented by the row in the file. They aren’t used in the CSV import process. Columns K through X are relevant to the app and where your focus will be while populating data for use by the app.

We recommend that you delete the rows from the CSV file that relate to products or product variants that you don’t want updated. Doing so will prevent these products from being updated in the event you make a mistake. You can also delete columns that you don’t want updated. For example, if you only want to update product/variant weights, your final CSV file need only contain Column A (Product ID), Column B (Variant ID) and Column M (Weight).

Removing data from a field in columns K through X has the same effect as removing the data when using the user interface. For example, columns Q through U are used to assign a product to a drop ship location.  If those columns were populated for a product when you received the CSV file, and you cleared the data from them prior to importing the file, the product will no longer be associated with a drop ship location.

ColumnHeaderInstructions
AProduct idThis column is critical to the import process. Do not remove the column or modify its contents.
BVariant idThis column is critical to the import process. Do not remove the column or modify its contents.
KQuote MethodRequired.The default shipping method for the item. If you only have the Small Package Quotes app installed, enter S. If you only have the LTL Freight Quotes app installed, enter L. If you have both apps installed, enter S or L depending on which shipping method would be used if the cart contained only one unit of the item and no other items were in the cart. If left blank, the apps will ignore the product.

S = Small Package (Parcel)
L = LTL Freight

LFreight ClassRequired only if the LTL Freight Quotes app is installed. If so, you should enter a freight class on all products, even those that will ship small package (parcel) by default. Small package products can be quoted as part of an LTL shipment depending on the content of the cart. Permitted values are: 50, 55, 60, 65, 70, 77.5, 85, 92.5, 100, 110, 125, 150, 175, 200, 225, 250, 300, 400, 500, Density Based.

If you are unfamiliar with what freight classes and need to populate this column, the knowledge base article What is a freight class? is a good resource to start with.

MWeightRequired. Enter the weight of the item in pounds. You can can enter a value to the thousandths of a pound. For example, enter 1.125 for an item that weighs 1 pound and 2 ounces or 1 1/8 pounds. Column J (Variant Grams) contains what you entered into Shopify to identify the weight of the product. Shopify stores this data in grams. If you’re comfortable with spreadsheet formulas, you can use the data in Column J (Variant Grams) to populate the data in Column M (Weight). The Excel formula for row 2 of the CSV file would be:

=ROUNDUP(J2*0.00220462,3)

The weight entered for use by the app does not have to equal the weight entered for Shopify.

NLengthEnter the length of the item in inches. You can enter a value to the thousandths of an inch. For example, enter 1.125 for an item with a length of 1 1/8 inches. Length is always the longest dimension of the item.

Small Package Quotes
Length is required if you will be using the Standard Box Sizes feature. If you won’t be using the Standard Box Sizes feature, we still recommend that you enter dimensions since carriers identify the billable weight of a shipment as the greater of actual or dimensional weight.

LTL Freight Quotes
Length is not required unless…

    • You are using the Density Based option for Freight Class.
    • The carrier variant of the app you are using requires it for shipments to certain destinations.
    • The carrier variant of the app you are using requires length to identify when the excessive length fee applies.

Refer to the section on how to use the user interface to populate the product shipping parameters to determine if you should enter dimensions for items that will ship LTL freight by default. It will indicate if dimensions are required for shipments to certain destinations or the excessive length fee.

OWidthEnter the width of the item in inches. You can enter a value to the thousandths of an inch. For example, enter 1.125 for an item with a length of 1 1/8 inches.

Small Package Quotes
Width is required if you will be using the Standard Box Sizes feature. If you won’t be using the Standard Box Sizes feature, we still recommend that you enter dimensions since carriers identify the billable weight of a shipment as the greater of actual or dimensional weight.

LTL Freight Quotes
Width is not required unless…

  • You are using the Density Based option for Freight Class.
  • The carrier variant of the app you are using requires it for shipments to certain destinations.

Refer to the section on how to use the user interface to populate the product shipping parameters to determine if you should enter dimensions for items that will ship LTL freight by default. It will indicate if dimensions are required for shipments to certain destinations.

PHeightEnter the height of the item in inches. You can enter a value to the thousandths of an inch. For example, enter 1.125 for an item with a length of 1 1/8 inches.

Small Package Quotes
Height is required if you will be using the Standard Box Sizes feature. If you won’t be using the Standard Box Sizes feature, we still recommend that you enter dimensions since carriers identify the billable weight of a shipment as the greater of actual or dimensional weight.

LTL Freight Quotes
Height is not required unless…

  • You are using the Density Based option for Freight Class.
  • The carrier variant of the app you are using requires it for shipments to certain destinations.

Refer to the section on how to use the user interface to populate the product shipping parameters to determine if you should enter dimensions for items that will ship LTL freight by default. It will indicate if dimensions are required for shipments to certain destinations.

QDropship NicknameIf the item will ship from a drop ship location, enter its nickname. Leave it blank if the item ships from one of your warehouses. If the drop ship location wasn’t defined previously, it will be created. Read the knowledge base article Warehouses versus Drop Ship locations if you’re unclear about the difference.
RDropship ZIPIf the item will ship from a drop ship location, enter its 5 digit ZIP code (US) or 6 character postal code (Canada). If the ZIP code has a leading zero (0), preface it with an apostrophe (i.e. ‘02111). Leave it blank if the item ships from one of your warehouses. If the drop ship location wasn’t defined previously, it will be created. Read the knowledge base article Warehouses versus Drop Ship locations if you’re unclear about the difference.
SDropship CityIf the item will ship from a drop ship location, enter its City. Leave it blank if the item ships from one of your warehouses. If the drop ship location wasn’t defined previously, it will be created. Read the knowledge base article Warehouses versus Drop Ship locations if you’re unclear about the difference.
TDropship StateIf the item will ship from a drop ship location, enter the two character abbreviation for the state or province. Leave it blank if the item ships from one of your warehouses. If the drop ship location wasn’t defined previously, it will be created. Read the knowledge base article Warehouses versus Drop Ship locations if you’re unclear about the difference.
UDropship CountryIf the item will ship from a drop ship location, enter the two character abbreviation for the country. Leave it blank if the item ships from one of your warehouses. If the drop ship location wasn’t defined previously, it will be created. Read the knowledge base article Warehouses versus Drop Ship locations if you’re unclear about the difference.

CA = Canada
US = United States

VHazmatThis setting will be operational only if you are subscribed to a plan which includes the feature.

0 = The item isn’t hazardous material.
1 = The item is hazardous material.

An empty field is the equivalent of entering a 0.

WShips AloneThis setting will be operational only if you have the Standard Box Sizes feature enabled.

0 = The item can be placed in a box with other items when identifying the packaging solution.
1 = The item ships as its own package.

An empty field is the equivalent of entering a 0.

XVertical RotationThis setting will be operational only if you have the Standard Box Sizes feature enabled.

0 = The item may not be rotated when identifying the packaging solution for the order.
1 = The item can be rotated when identifying the packaging solution for the order.

An empty field is the equivalent of entering a 0.

Save the file as a CSV or Comma Separated Value file. If you are using a Mac, you will need save the file as a Windows Comma Separated (.csv) or MS-DOS Comma Separated (.csv) file, or the import process will not be successful.

To import your populated CSV file, navigate to the Import CSV tab in the app preferences. Click the box to indicate that your file has a header row (if it still does), and then click the Choose File button. Select your file and click the Next button.

On the next page, use the drop down lists on the right to map the column headers in your file to the shipping parameters listed on the left. When the mapping is done, click Next.

You’ll be prompted to provide an email address which will receive an email once the import is done. The email will contain information about the outcome of the import process. The import process typically takes 5 minutes or less. If you don’t receive a notification email within 10 minutes, check your spam folder and make sure the notification email isn’t there. If it isn’t, then download the CSV template again. Examine the newly downloaded file to see if your updates are reflected in the data.  If they aren’t, email the CSV file that contains your updates to support@eniture.com.