Lazada New shipping fee rates (starting 1st June 2018)

Lazada Support Center

 It is with great excitement that we announce to you the reduced Shipping Fees! The new shipping charges will go into effect starting 1st June 2018 for all Third-Party Logistics (3PLs).

In order for your Customers on Lazada to obtain accurate estimates on the shipping rates, it is important for the Sellers to display accurate package weight and dimensions (height x width x length) when listing items. Additional costs from the 3PLs due to the inaccuracy of the package weight and dimensions, would be borne by the Seller.

Conjunction to the removal of GST post 01 June, all shipping fee charged to customers and sellers will be reduced by 6%.
 
 
Partial passthrough (seller absorb RM4.75)
  • WM-WM:
    • 1st KG: RM0
    • Step up Rate RM1.45
  • WM-EM:
    • 1st KG : RM5
    • Step up Rate: RM10
 
Full passthrough (customer bears all)
  • WM-WM:
    • 1st KG: RM4.75
    • Step up Rate RM1.45
  • WM-EM:
    • 1st KG : RM9.75
    • Step up Rate: RM10


*Note: According to the standard charges, Merchants will absorb RM5.00 for the 1st kg for all destinations.

Who is eligible for this New Rate Card?
It applies to all merchants who are not on own fleet.

When is the effective date?
The new rate card will take effect as of 31st October, 2016. These changes will be reflected on all orders through the Lazada website as of the above mentioned date.

How the calculation works?

Merchant are to bear the first “kg” of every parcel, that would be RM 5.00, the subsequent weight will be bear by the customer. The fee that customer bear Lazada will credit back to the seller.
When Lazada charge seller on shipping fee, that would be the exact shipping fee from the courier.

Example,

A parcel that weight 2kg, KL to KL, seller bear the 1st kg- RM 5.00, the 2nd kg customer will bear RM1.60.
Thus when Lazada charge merchant, shipping fee will be (-)RM 6.60, and there will be a shipping fee credit (+)RM 1.60.

-RM6.60+RM1.60= RM5.00, in the end, seller will actually pay RM 5.00 only

 

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