Partial Delivery for WooCommerce enables merchants to ship parts of an order. Via a logical interface you are able to send one or several items in each delivery.
If you allow selling of products on backorder in your store, there is a feature to automatically create partial deliveries when an order contains a backordered product.
When you as a merchant change the status of the original order to Completed, the plugin will check if the order contains any backordered products. If one exists in the order, the available products will be added to a new partial delivery order.
The partial delivery can now be shipped to the customer and the backordered product is still in the original order waiting to be shipped when the product is back in stock again.
If your payment provider has support for activating and canceling orders on a per order line basis, order management can be done with partial delivery orders just like regular orders.
This means that if you have two products in the main order but send them in two separate deliveries, the invoice/payment for product A will be activated/charged when delivery order A is completed and the invoice/payment for product B will be activated/charged when delivery order B is completed.
Currently this feature is supported if you use Klarna Checkout, Klarna Payments, Nets Easy or Walley Checkout as your payment method. We will be adding support for more payment solutions in the future.
Requires at least:
Free for 30 days! After that it’s only €19/month.
You enter your card details at checkout, but the first charge is not made until 30 days after the purchase.
If you do not want to continue after this trial period, you simply log in to your account and cancel future payments before the period ends. No funds will then be drawn from the card.
You install and configure the connection yourself. Each license is valid for the use in 1 webshop.
These are other plugins from us at Krokedil that work well with Partial Delivery for WooCommerce.
Partial Delivery for WooCommerce
Enables partially delivered orders in WooCommerce, with automatic handling of back orders.