Something we absolutely need in an enterprise shopping cart is a special shipping table – or rather two shipping tables, which are differentiated by the types of product ordered. We always charge shipping based upon the order total. The customer pays for this shipping and we later decided how we are going to ship it.
One product class (packets of seed) triggers one “shipping chart”, while another product class (books and supplies) triggers a higher shipping rate for the whole order Both of these shipping tables have seven different levels of shipping charges based on the total price of the order. I have included a screen shot of our shipping table taken from our order blank.
1. We are a seed company and if you just order (any number of) packets of seeds we have one shipping table, based on what we are charging for the whole order.
2. If you order any books or supplies we substitute a different (more expensive) shipping table, also based on what we are charging for the whole order. If you order seeds with one or more books or supplies you are charged by the higher table.
Looking at this another way, any books and supplies in an order essentially trigger a surcharge on each of the seven different levels of shipping charges, and this surcharge is different for each level.
I hope this is clear. hve included a screen shot of our actual shipping table as it appears in our paper catalog.
Finally, we also have a RUSH ORDER option, where for a $15 surcharge on any order, we will send it UPS 2nd day air.
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i have already worked in something similar like this, so i can easily manage the project. Just to mention i have not been able to locate the screenshot that you have mentioned in your project description.