Package Manager

Dear customers, you may have had such an experience when you shop on our store: you are buying some dozens of products, of which, some are destined to yourself and the others to your friends. In the past, you had to take the following steps once for each package: adding products to cart, checkout and payment. Each of the steps includes some sub-steps, and the repetition of them is rather boring and confusing. Now, you can complete your orderings once for all with our latest application: Package Manager.

Here, I want to thank all technicians for their lasting devotion to our service improvement. Now, let’s take a tour around Package Manager, their newest gift for all of you, especially resellers.

Step 1. Add all your needed products to your shopping cart. This step is finished by clicks on Buy Now or Buy It Now buttons.


Go to your shopping cart by click View Your Shopping Cart.

And you see the Package Manager button on the right top of it. Then we proceed to the next Step..

Step 2. Click to the Package Manager page, and have a look at it.

Not very clear? OK, let me magnify it. The upside of the package manager is the catalog of products you’ve chosen, containing the information like model, price, quantity and weight.

And the downside is an empty package. Here, you need to type in the destination and recipient of this package and phone number of the recipient (especially essential to EMS).

Step 3. Divide your chosen products into different packages.

Supposing I have put nine products into my shopping cart, three of them are destined to myself in Liverpool, three to my friend James Smith in Canfield, and the rest to another friend named Tom Bill in Mexico City.

A. I fill in my own name and address first, and then begin to choose products from the Select Product Model menu.

B. I fill in the first item by clicking the product model and choosing the quantity (the quantity should not be over that in your shopping cart). Then I click the New Row button to add the second item.

C. After all the three items are listed here, my own package is done. And I click the Add New Package button to deal with the package for James.

D. After doing the above routine, I’ve finished the three packaging. As I want to deliver James’ package by EMS, so I have filled in his phone number.

E. I checked the packages over again and decide to buy them all, so I pressed the Select All button. (You can click each of the three square frames to select, too.) Remember, this action is very important. If you don’t do it, you may waste all your efforts already made.

F. Click the Save button. — it’s the most important action here. If you forget to save before go to do other things, all you have done will come to nothing.

G. Let me say it again. Save!!!

In Fact

Let’s start from the beginning. After I typed in my own name and address, in fact, I could save them by clicking the Save As Usual Address button, then typed in James’ and save again.

In this way, I see the three names under the Filed By Existing Address menu. Choose one of them and click the Apply button, this package will be destined to the selected address.

Step 4. Check Out.

Have you finished packaging? OK, let’s go to checkout.

On the Delivery Information page, you can change the shipping method for each package by clicking the “upgrade shipping” button, if you don’t want the default shipping.

There are two optional means besides non-registered air mail, namely, registered air mail and EMS. And we have figure out the shipping cost on each mode. Just press Update to choose one of them.

For example, I have chosen non-registered airmail for myself, EMS for James, and registered airmail for Tom.

The remaining steps of checkout are as normal. Hope it would improve your shopping experience on our site.

Some Tips About How To Get Free Registered Air Mail or Cut Register Fees

In fact, Registered Air Mail is a good way of transportation, because with a tracking number, you can check where your package has arrived at anytime. On the other hand, tracking number can avoid many trade disputes. The following are some tips on how to get free registered air mail or cut register fees.

1. Any package (under 2KG) containing a product valued at $33 or higher will be exempted from register fees.

For example, the referred package for myself contains three products priced at $ 46.51 in total,and the corresponding register fee is $3.11.

If I change the product NDD-30534 into RIG-9899, the system automatically upgrade the default shipping method to free registered air mail.

So you’d better put an above $33 in each of your separated packages to get free tracking number.

2. Register fee is imposed an above $33 package full of small products; There may be no such fee charged for register of an over $33 package where price of each product is near $10 (possibility of free register increases if the package contains some products over $10).

A. I put 12 items of $3 or so in my package, whose register fee is $2.36.

B. I package four around-$10 items to enjoy free register.

3.Some times, if an over $33 package contains several cheap products and one high-value product (not necessarily over $33), it may also be exempt from register fees. Let’s compare the following two conditions:

A. I put 12 $1.86 items into my package, valued at $22 in total. The register fee for this package is $3.3.

B. If I add a $17,25 TF card into the package, the register becomes free.

4. For some high-weight products, we don’t offer free register, but if the total value exceeds 33$, some discount will be applied. The two examples below explains this principle.

A. I will ship two HHI-23476 to my place through registered air mail for $5.54 as register fee.

B. But if I ship three of this model, the tracking fee decrease to 5.07.

If you would like to watch the more detailed operation about how to work on package manager in, click here Package Manager of on YouTube to watch on our YouTube channel.

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    Not Working. When i clicked my shopping cart , i haven’t seen package manager button….

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