Deliverr Fulfillment Integration


The Deliverr fulfillment integration in Sellercloud works by assigning an account for Deliverr to use, which looks up orders that have their Ship From warehouse assigned as Deliverr and pulls them from Sellercloud into their system.

Sellercloud does not manage your inbound shipments to Deliverr. These should be created and monitored within Deliverr directly. After Deliverr receives your shipment, they will send this inventory to Sellercloud in their regular feeds, and it will appear on your items in your Deliverr warehouse in Sellercloud.

To keep your inventory quantities current after sending a shipment to Deliverr and deducting it from your local inventory, you can do an inventory adjustment to the items shipped.

Sellercloud does not send any information to Deliverr directly; they pull information from Sellercloud using the employee account you created for them.

Deliverr will download any paid, unshipped order that is assigned to your Deliverr warehouse in Sellercloud. Deliverr will not download any order that is marked Confirmed, which may be done automatically to orders by settings or customizations in your account.

If you are sending kits to Deliverr, they must be set up as independent kits.

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Prerequisite: An order allocation plug-in can be used to help you manage Deliverr. Any order allocation plug-in on your server will work for this purpose, but you must contact Sellercloud Support if you want to use the generic Deliverr order allocation plug-in (see details below).

As mentioned above, any order allocation plugin can work for this purpose, but the important point is that the Deliverr warehouse is assigned as the Ship To warehouse for the orders you want to ship through Deliverr.
If you sell on Amazon, Walmart, or eBay, Deliverr is an established, reliable third-party logistics (3PL) that you can use to fulfill those orders. Deliverr provides fast, affordable fulfillment for multi-channel e-commerce sellers, helping to boost sales with two- and three-day delivery.

After the order is shipped by Deliverr, they will update Sellercloud with the tracking information and mark the order as Shipped.

Several Deliverr benefits include:

Deliverr Order Allocation Plugin

Sellercloud’s generic Deliverr order allocation plugin will be used as follows when the order is either:

  • Walmart Marketplace order AND a Rush order; OR
  • eBay order AND its sub-type is eBay Guaranteed Delivery (eBay Now); AND
    • All order items have sufficient inventory in the Deliverr 3PL warehouse to fulfill the order

If the above requirements are met, the plugin will automatically set an order’s ship-to warehouse to the one in the company custom setting “Deliverr warehouse ID.”

Again, ALL items in an order must have sufficient inventory in the Deliverr warehouse (based on the custom setting) or it will not change the warehouse assigned to the order.

The generic plugin available for all clients to use is an order export plugin; meaning, to use this plugin, you should set up a Scheduled Task to execute the plugin on orders that may need to be sent to Deliverr to fulfill. This should be an Export Orders scheduled task, and your saved search can include any paid, unshipped orders you think may need to be assigned to Deliverr. The plugin will only assign orders that fit the criteria explained above to Deliverr. We recommend setting the task to run every 30 minutes.

Each time the ship-from warehouse of an order item is revised, the item’s inventory will be recalculated to ensure that the correct quantity is available, after reserving from the Deliverr warehouse, but before processing subsequent orders.
For Shipbridge users: You can route which orders will load into Shipbridge based on the warehouses to which orders are allocated to prevent Deliverr orders from loading into Shipbridge.

Integrate Deliverr

  1. Confirm your eligibility by logging into Sellercloud and checking your DBVS version, which must be 7345 or higher.dbvs version
    You can see your version by clicking the small blue icon at the lower left of your screen:
If your version is lower, contact Sellercloud Support to request an update. You must confirm account eligibility to connect Deliverr to Sellercloud.
  • Add a new warehouse in Sellercloud:
    1. Click Settings > Inventory > Add New Warehouse.
    2. Enter the word Deliverr in the Warehouse Name field (ensure an exact match, as shown below).

      Add Deliverr warehouse

    3. Skustack users only: Confirm that the setting Inventory managed strictly per bin is NOT checked.
    4. Click the blue arrow to enter business and address details on the next screen, then click the green icon to save the new warehouse.
  • Make a note of your Sellercloud server name from the URL in your web browser. The server name is the part in the beginning, which, in the example below, is “tt.”

    server name

  • In Sellercloud, select or create a new dedicated employee account (user account) to use with Deliverr.
    1. Click Settings > Employees > Manage Employees > Add New Employee.

      add new employee

    2. Complete the required fields (making a note of the information you use for this account, as it must exactly match what you input into Deliverr later) > click Add.
      new employee deliverr

    3. To confirm that your account is valid, log in with the credentials you just created in Sellercloud.
  • Return to the Deliverr setup page and enter the following:
    • Sellercloud Login Email
    • Sellercloud Login Password
    • Sellercloud server name that you recorded earlier
  • Click Connect Sellercloud to finish connecting Deliverr to Sellercloud.
  • Ensure to set up the order allocation plugin or implement your own custom plugin to automatically assign the correct orders to Deliverr.

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