There is a product I’m considering to promote on-line and like a lot of you guys, I’m having main challenges making the economics work given loopy excessive transport prices in Canada. What I’m planning to promote is comparatively gentle (like 500g tops) and could be packed in polymailers. Observe additionally that I doubt there might be demand (a minimum of to begin) to promote bundles.
In the perfect case state of affairs, transport prices alone come to about $11 CAD (usually increased although) and I see competitor merchandise being offered on Amazon for $15 or much less. That means my price of products offered must be lower than $4/unit to be aggressive which is subsequent to unimaginable for me.
So my query is: have any of you confronted the same state of affairs? In that case, have you ever eaten the excessive transport prices initially to construct a excessive sufficient quantity in order that per unit transport comes all the way down to a extra reasonably priced stage a while sooner or later?
Thanks a ton!
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