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Shipping advice needed

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Alright, here goes.

 

I'll be using DHL in Canada to ship good through out Canada and to the US. They've given me a Zone table that ground rate for each zone. As an example. shipping to zone 100 (Lower Mainland - British Columbia) / 0-10 lbs. = 7.50 then each additional lb. $.14.

 

To the US has a similar structure.

 

Can anyone assist me with how I can use an exsisting shipping mod to make this work? I'm also hopping to find away to have the system calculate cubic meters 2 on each order so that my warehouse knows what size a box to use for packaging.

 

Any assistance or advice on this would be greatly appreciated.

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I created a module that logs in to dhl.ca ( so you get your discount) and gets the shipping quote. I works great exept that DHL .ca seems to go down very regularly. My Module to too specific to my site release at this point but I was going to release it in the future. I am also talking the DHL to get an API, to make things that much easier.

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I created a module that logs in to dhl.ca ( so you get your discount) and gets the shipping quote.  I works great exept that DHL .ca seems to go down very regularly.  My Module to too specific to my site release at this point but I was going to release it in the future.  I am also talking the DHL to get an API, to make things that much easier.

 

 

That's exactly what I need. Can we work together on this or when will you have it available? Who are you talking to at DHL? I've tried and got no where.

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That's exactly what I need.  Can we work together on this or when will you have it available?  Who are you talking to at DHL?  I've tried and got no where.

 

 

Did you ever get DHL for the US working?

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