WooCommerce UPS Shipping Method allows you to get shipping rates from the UPS API. It requires that your server uses SimpleXML. The extension primarily works with measurements in Inches (in) and weight in Pounds (lbs), but other units can be converted automatically. Returned rates’ currency is based on origin country in the shipping instance setting.
UPS can calculate quotes for both domestic and international parcels
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Installation for WooCommerce UPS Shipping Method
- Download the extension from your WooCommerce dashboard.
- Go to Plugins > Add New > Upload and select the ZIP file you just downloaded.
- Click Install Now, and then Activate.
API & Debug
Go to: WooCommerce > Settings > Shipping > UPS.
- UPS User ID – Get your UPS User ID from the developer site by signing up at UPS Developer Kit.
- UPS Password – Set by you during signup.
- UPS Access Key – Sent to you after signup.
- UPS Account Number – Sent to you after signup.
- Customer Classification – Determines what rates are returned. Note that Retail Rates will match the online calculator.
- Debug Mode – Enable/disable debug mode to show debugging information on your cart/checkout.
- Save changes.
- Go to: WooCommerce > Settings > Shipping.
- Select your Shipping Zone that you want to add the method to, and press the Add shipping method + button on the right
- Select UPS from the dropdown and press Add shipping method:
This extension requires that your server has SimpleXML installed. It primarily works with
lbs, but other units can be converted automatically. The Rates API will return rates in the currency of the country in which the API was registered so make sure this matches your store.
UPS can calculate quotes worldwide, as it handles both domestic and international parcels:
- Automatic box packing for multiple products based on weight and volume
- All UPS Access Points and search
- Fixed value and percentage handling fees/discounts for UPS rates
- Flat rate for UPS Access Points