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Configure Fixed Product Shipping Cost Integration in the Back-Office

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This section is part of the Shipping Configuration topic that provides a general understanding of the shipping concept in OroCommerce.

In OroCommerce, you can set a fixed shipping cost to a product or a group of products and configure the required rules and surcharges for them. To enable this shipping method, first, create a Fixed Product Cost shipping integration to expose it as a shipping method for the storefront.

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See a short demo on how to set up a shipping integration in OroCommerce or keep reading the step-by-step guidance below.

To enable fixed product shipping cost integration:

  1. Navigate to the Manage Integrations page by clicking System > Integrations > Manage Integrations in the main menu.

  2. Click Create Integration and select Flat Rate Shipping as integration type:

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  3. Type in the integration name and label (e.g., Fixed Product Shipping). Add label translations, if necessary.

  4. Set status to Active to enable the integration.

  5. Click Save.

Next, set up a shipping rule via the Shipping Rules Configuration page to enable and configure this shipping method.

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Fixed Product Shipping Cost Method and its configuration through a shipping rule can work in conjunction with the values defined in the Shipping Cost price attribute. For example, if the shipping cost for a product is set to $2.70 and the surcharge configured for the Fixed Shipping Cost shipping method is $3, then the shipping charge at checkout will equate to $5.70.

Illustration of how shipping cost set for the price attribute works on combination with the surcharge defined in the fixed product shipping cost integration

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