How to set up UPS

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Overview

  • UPS's integration with Starshipit allows you to use all of Starshipit's features including generation of packing slips and shipping labels, auto-correction of addresses, branded tracking and notifications and many more.

  • This article outlines how to set up UPS account in Starshipit.

What you need to get started:

You need your UPS portal login credentials and access key/license number

  • User ID
  • Password
  • Access License Number
  • Shipping Number

How to set up UPS:

To enable UPS on your account:

  1. Go to Settings > Couriers > Add a new Courier > UPS
  2. Enter your User ID/Password/Access License Number/Shipping Number
  3. Click Test to ensure it works, to see if your credentials are working correctly.
  4. Go to Advanced and enable any settings you require
  5. Select Save
  6. Click "Test to ensure it works"
  7. Configure your product codes 

UPS Available Products

Add your product codes to complete the integration. Supported product codes are:

Undefined Countries or Territories

Use for all countries or territories other than United States, Canada, European Union, Mexico, Poland, and Puerto Rico

  • 07 - UPS Express
  • 11 - UPS Standard
  • 08 - UPS Worldwide Expedited
  • 54 - UPS Worldwide Express Plus
  • 65 - UPS Worldwide Express Plus

All Countries or Territories

Shipments originating in any country or territory

  • 96 - UPS Worldwide Express Freight
  • M5 - UPS Priority Mail Innovations
  • M6 - UPS Economy Mail Innovations
  • 71 - UPS Worldwide Express Freight Mid-day

United States

Shipments originating in United States

  • 11 - UPS Standard
  • 08 - UPS Worldwide Expedited
  • 07 - UPS Worldwide Express
  • 54 - UPS Worldwide Express Plus
  • 65 - UPS Worldwide Saver
  • 72 - UPS Worldwide Economy DDP
  • 17 - UPS Worldwide Economy DDU

United States

Domestic shipments in United States

  • 02 - UPS 2nd Day Air
  • 59 - UPS 2nd Day Air A.M.
  • 12 - UPS 3 Day Select
  • M4 - UPS Expedited Mail Innovations
  • M2 - UPS First-Class Mail
  • 03 - UPS Ground
  • 01 - UPS Next Day Air
  • 14 - UPS Next Day Air Early
  • 13 - UPS Next Day Air Saver
  • M3 - UPS Priority Mail

Canada

  • 02 - UPS Expedited
  • 13 - UPS Express Saver
  • 12 - UPS 3 Day Select
  • 70 - UPS Access Point Economy
  • 01 - UPS Express
  • 14 - UPS Express Early
  • 65 - UPS Express Saver
  • 11 - UPS Standard
  • 08 - UPS Worldwide Expedited
  • 07 - UPS Worldwide Express
  • 54 - UPS Worldwide Express Plus
  • 54 - UPS Worldwide Express Plus
  • 72 - UPSTM Worldwide Economy DDP
  • 17 - UPSTM Worldwide Economy DDU

European Union

  • 70 - UPS Access Point Economy
  • 08 - UPS Expedited
  • 07 - UPS Express
  • 11 - UPS Standard
  • 54 - UPS Worldwide Express Plus
  • 65 - UPS Worldwide Saver
  • 74 - UPS Express®12:00
  • 72 - UPSTM Economy DDP
  • 17 - UPSTM Economy DDU

Mexico

  • 70 - UPS Access Point Economy
  • 08 - UPS Expedited
  • 07 - UPS Express
  • 54 - UPS Express Plus
  • 11 - UPS Standard
  • 65 - UPS Worldwide Saver

Poland

  • 70 - UPS Access Point Economy
  • 08 - UPS Expedited
  • 07 - UPS Express
  • 54 - UPS Express Plus
  • 65 - UPS Express Saver
  • 11 - UPS Standard
  • 83 - UPS Today Dedicated Courier
  • 85 - UPS Today Express
  • 86 - UPS Today Express Saver
  • 82 - UPS Today Standard
  • 72 - UPSTM Economy DDP
  • 17 - UPSTM Economy DDU

Puerto Rico

Shipments originating in Puerto Rico

  • 02 - UPS 2nd Day Air
  • 03 - UPS Ground
  • 01 - UPS Next Day Air
  • 14 - UPS Next Day Air Early
  • 08 - UPS Worldwide Expedited
  • 07 - UPS Worldwide Express
  • 54 - UPS Worldwide Express Plus
  • 65 - UPS Worldwide Saver

UPS Additional Features

Negotiated Rates
By default Starshipit will use UPS retail rates. If you have an agreement in place with UPS to have negotiated rates you can select Use Negotiated Rates from the advanced settings
International
If shipping internationally, make sure you configure your incoterms, export type and tax identification number from Settings > Couriers > UPS > Advanced 
NAFTA

You can configure settings for the NAFTA Certificate of Origin. This certificate is used by Canada, Mexico, and the United States including Puerto Rico, to determine if goods imported into their countries receive reduced or eliminated duty as specified by the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA).

The NAFTA Certificate of Origin is attached to an invoice if the shipment is valued at greater than:
  • $1,000 USD and is being sent to Mexico - from Canada or the U.S.
  • $2,500 CAD and is being sent to Canada - from Mexico or the U.S.
  • $2,500 USD and is being sent to the U.S. - from Canada or Mexico.
Paperless
You can enable UPS paperless invoice for the commercial invoice and NAFTA CO documents by selecting this from the advanced settings. Note: you must also request UPS to enable paperless trade at their end. If these are enabled and working correctly, 'EDI' will show at the bottom-right of any paperless trade labels, or otherwise 'INV' will show.  
Rendr Contact
To get in touch with Rendr's friendly support team, you can reach them at support@rendr.delivery or call 1300 697 36

 

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