I am stuck on this conundrum: How can I charge customers for shipping when they order products on my online store that are from multiple dropshippers. For example, Customer A orders a chocolate bar from a factory in Manhattan and a beef jerky from a store in Wisconsin.
Won't I have to charge him twice for shipping, which could potentially be prohibitively expensive? How do other dropshippers work around this, or is this just a common practice? I've researched this issue thoroughly on google and can't seem to find it brought up at all. Would genuinely appreciate help.
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