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I've looked through the contributions and haven't had any success finding a solution to my problem.


We have two warehouses, one in California, one in Florida. The warehouses have different products (items from mfr A, B, & C are in Florida, mfr D, E & F are in CA), and both ship via UPS.


How do you account for shipping? If you use normal UPS, rates are going to be based on a single zip code, so if it's set to CA, and somebody in FL buys something from the FL warehouse, it's getting the UPS rates for CA to FL and overcharge, yet if a person in CA buys from the FL warehouse, it's charging CA to CA, so it undercharges.


I'm guessing I'm going to have to come up with some kind of flat/table rate shipping? Any good rules of thumb for guesstimating here?

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