What is Consolidation?

Consolidation is necessary for Standard shipments and for carriers that don’t pick up single packages from your warehouse. Multiple packages are added to a box of Consolidated Orders delivered by Ground to the Global Air Carrier.  

To Consolidate an order, a shipping label must be printed for the box of Consolidated Orders. That label is called a “Consolidation Label” or “Consol Label”.  

The consolidation label will go on the larger box or shipping bag your international-labeled parcels are placed into. The consolidation label will have your warehouse address, and the destination will be the Standard Shipping Consolidation facility address. 

NOTE: Consolidation is for Standard carriers only, not Express carriers, which will pick up individual packages at your location. 

 

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