Special Delivery! Incoming shipment of new WooCommerce shipping extensions

April 18, 2013 in Blog, WooCommerce updates.

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It sure feels like a long time since I’ve been able to announce an extension drop! This release, along with last weeks Pre-Orders launch happily marks our getting back into the swing of WooCommerce extension releases (WooHoo).

Today we’re launching five new shipping extensions including an extensive Shipwire integration, Royal Mail & New Zealand Post. Plus a big update to an old favourite…

Buy now $79.00$199.00

Royal Mail

Offer Royal Mail shipping rates to your customers

Buy now $79.00$199.00

New Zealand Post

Offer shipping rates from the NZ Post API

Buy now $79.00$199.00

Flat Rate Box Shipping

Pack items into boxes with pre-defined costs per destination

Buy now $129.00$299.00

Shipwire

A full-featured Shipwire integration, including real-time shipping rates, automatic order fulfillment processing, and live inventory / tracking updates.

Buy now $49.00$149.00

Postcode/Address Validation

Simplify your checkout process by having your customer validate or lookup their address during checkout.

Per Product Shipping 2.0

This huge update completely overhauls per-product shipping adding several new features:

  • Add per-product rates for specific country, state and postal codes
  • Define per-line and per-item costs
  • Add costs to other shipping methods *or*
  • Can be used as its own standalone shipping method (optionally)
  • Compatible with variations
  • Import and Export rates via CSV files
Buy now $79.00$199.00

Per Product Shipping

Define separate shipping costs per product which are combined at checkout to provide a total shipping cost.

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14 Responses

  1. Affiliazone
    18 April 2013 at 3:24 pm #

    awesome project :)

  2. tinygiantstudios
    18 April 2013 at 3:49 pm #

    Hi Woo,

    If you’ve got the original Per Product Shipping plugin, do you need to buy this one as well?

    • Ryan Ray
      18 April 2013 at 4:34 pm #

      Our post makes no mention of that, my assumption is that you should see 2.0 in your dashboard. :)

      • James Koster
        18 April 2013 at 6:38 pm #

        Yup, should be available as an update.

  3. howdyamish
    18 April 2013 at 11:23 pm #

    This is has nothing to do with this post but I need someone to respond to my support tickets
    41272 or 41407 or 41677 Over 24 hours and not a peep from you guys?

    • Ryan Ray
      19 April 2013 at 2:49 am #

      Hey howdyamish,

      Very sorry for the delay in getting with you, I’ll check on these tickets for you and see if we can get our support team to help ASAP!

  4. Sandie
    19 April 2013 at 11:29 am #

    I’m getting a ‘page not found’ when trying to access the documentation link on the Royal Mail plugin, and the ‘box packer’ link goes to a Canadian plugin page? I would like some more information before deciding whether to purchase… Will you be updating the rates in future, or are the 2013 rates just plugged in as a starting point? What type of price adjustments can be made to the shipping to account for packaging? Does it support British Forces Post Office (BFPO) postal addresses and rates? Does it support different costs/zones for sending to the Channel Islands etc? Can the plugin’s configuration be exported? I’ve been using Table Rate Shipping V2, and given I can only set one shipping class per product (which I feel should be something addressed in core WooCommerce), have found it very difficult to use for Royal Mail rates without compromises. Given I already have one plugin, is there someway I can test this one and see whether it will better support my requirements?

  5. Paul Barrs
    20 April 2013 at 2:50 pm #

    New Zealand???

    Australia must already be in there (although I wasn’t aware of that) – SURELY you wouldn’t do New Zealand before Australia??

    Paul Barrs.

    • Slick-Sites
      23 April 2013 at 5:04 am #

      Australian shipping needs an overhaul. The Australia Post plugin simply just does not work. Great effort by DT Baker – but the Auspost API seems to have a life of its own.
      $300 to send to California. Nice. Might take it myself and get a tan.

    • James Koster
      23 April 2013 at 10:50 am #

      Australia post has been available for quite some time ;-)

  6. robwfounder
    23 April 2013 at 2:29 am #

    How about instead of releasing new WooCommerce Products you spend more time answering the HUGE backlog of Customer Support issues for your EXISTING PRODUCTS that you have?

    (I have two questions waiting for a response myself).

  7. raison
    23 April 2013 at 1:11 pm #

    Awesome. We’re thinking about building a mileage calculator for takeway restaurants. Ie. Determines no. miles between shop location and delivery address and charges accordingly. Before we start work – is this something in your pipeline?

    Thanks

  8. mac-d
    12 May 2013 at 8:49 pm #

    Per-product Shipping:
    If we can set shipping rates per product with this plugin .. why can’t you guys just add restrictions as well?
    I mean certain products for certain countries.
    I need such functionality and will be the first in the line to buy it.
    I’m not the only one who faced the problem.
    Some guys have countries’ restrictions for digital and phisical goods… others – restrictions for some products for certain countries (like food import from Canada to US)

  9. Tristan Bacon
    30 May 2013 at 5:22 pm #

    I will be purchasing the Royal Mail plugin at some point soon, but is there a way to add British Forces Post Office (BFPO) to the system? We are currently getting some interest from soldiers serving out in Afghanistan and Iraq for our products (loose leaf tea), and would like to give them discounted postage using the BFPO service.