At the moment launching an internet grocery retailer, I’ll promote imported items that aren’t simply discovered right here within the US. A lot of the merchandise have a substantial weight, suppose 2lb luggage of beans, rice, canned items, flour. Another merchandise aren’t as heavy however take some room, reminiscent of pasta, cookies, sweet.
I considered having a better margin on the merchandise however provide free transport, my costs are nonetheless about 30% cheaper than sellers’ on Amazon.
Now I have to order transport containers and resolve on a supply firm to work with.. Initially I used to be going with USPS’s flat price medium and enormous containers, $13.20 to $18.30 as I can fill them with 70lbs of products, however I received them at the moment and realized they’re not likely that large.
So it seems to be like I’ll should go together with bigger containers and dynamic pricing as a substitute of flat price. Would USPS nonetheless be the most cost effective firm to value with? I don’t thoughts merchandise taking 1 week to be delivered because it’s free transport, clients can at all times pay for quicker transport in the event that they wish to. I see many on-line shops working with FedEx however their pricing doesn’t appear that aggressive. Would love to listen to your advice and likewise any ideas for transport this type of product.
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