Consolidation labels are used in conjunction with standard shipments and carriers that don't pick up single packages from your warehouse. Instead, multiple single packages are added to a bulk shipment which then moves on the first leg to the international gateway of the carrier through a local carrier. To do so, a shipping label needs to be produced for the first leg of the shipment to the gateway. That label is called a "Consolidation Label".
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- What letters and languages are permitted for shipping label addresses?
- How do I print shipping labels in FlavorCloud?
- Where do I add the sender contact details and address that shown on the shipping labels?
- Does FlavorCloud offer bulk shipments such as pallet shipments?
- What are Consolidation Shipping Labels?
- How Do I create a Consolidation Shipping Label?
- Are Consolidation Shipping Labels used for all carriers?
- Can I undo a consolidation of shipments?
- Can I batch-print shipping labels?
- What does “UOM” stand for?