Can you explain receiving fees for me?
ShipBob charges a $25 receiving fee for the first two hours, plus an additional $35/man hour right after.
Thank you for your question. ShipBob charges a $25 receiving fee for the first two hours, plus an additional $35/man hour right after. Warehouse fees cost $40/month for pallet storage, $5/month for bin storage, and $10/month for shelf storage. According to the ShipBob article Order Fulfillment Pricing Models: The Complete 3PL Pricing Model Guide, before a 3PL can start fulfilling orders from your online store, they need to receive your inventory to their fulfillment warehouse. In logistics, receiving refers to the acceptance and storage of incoming inventory. Different 3PLs charge for receiving in different ways, including per-unit, per-pallet, flat rates, or per-hour. At ShipBob, they charge a flat $25 fee for the first two hours of receiving and storing inventory. For more information and additional pricing assistance, you can contact ShipBob support team directly by clicking, here