This screen is used to define constant rates base on the agreement between the carrier and account owner. (Like UPS-MI)
Screen Path : WMS → Setup → Carrier Setup → Custom Carrier Rate
All fields on the screen are also available on the excel import pattern. Warehouse - Client - Carrier fields are mandatory and the definition of your process.
Package-Type: If your shipping service got any special package type definition, you should also select that on this screen. On the CarrierRateShopping process, the system will automatically assign that package type for your order.
Weight - Carrier Rate: For most of these agreements, weight/zone information is the determinant and separator of rate. You will define that through that screen.
Zone: This is a special field for UPS-MI service. These zones are provided by UPS or you can get that information from the following link. https://www.ups.com/us/es/shipping/zones-and-rates/48-contiguous-states.page
Valid Date: These agreements have a validation date period. You will define that period to that fields. After the validation date is expired, the system will block that registration.
In the excel file, you have to pay attention to some rules when filling them.
Prefix: If your carrier has any defined prefix on the carrier management screen, you must fill that field. The format should be like the "Prefix-Carrier" format. As an example, if you have a UPS setup marked with TEST prefix; you should fill that field as "TEST-UPS".
Weight: Weight units are always ounces (OZ).
Valid Date: Please always use 'mm.dd.yyyy' as the date format.
International: If the rate is for International, this field should be TRUE otherwise it should be FALSE.
If you have several rates to define to the system, you can import custom carrier rates from excel rather than defining them one by one. First of all, if you do not have any excel template, you can "Download excel Template and save it, then you need to click the "Import Custom Carrier Rate from Excel" button and choose your excel. The relevant screen view is shown below:
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