Add products in Zonos Dashboard.
If you have access to Zonos Dashboard, you can access the catalog. Log into your Zonos Dashboard and hit the Catalog button on the left menu bar to get started.
Upload your products directly in Zonos Dashboard one by one or through bulk import. If you have a large catalog and prefer to import programmatically, you can use the Catalog API (documentation coming soon).
If you upload duplicates of the same unique identifier combos in the same CSV, Catalog will create a product for the first one and ignore any duplicates that follow.
Zonos Catalog allows you to use a SKU, Product ID, or a unique combination of the two to create a product. Learn more about the catalog’s identifier combo here and see a breakdown of each product field below.
SKU: The code that identifies the product within your business
Product ID: Your product identifier, commonly the id from your ecommerce platform
Name: The name of your product
Description: The full description of your product
Image URL: The image URL for the product
Country of origin: The country the product was manufactured in
Price and currency: The price you’re charging for the product and its currency
Brand: The product’s brand
Material: The main material or composition of your product
HS Codes: The product’s universal and country-specific harmonized system (HS) tariff code(s). Add your 6-digit universal HS Code in the first HS code field, and then you can add country-specific HS Codes underneath by clicking the + under your universal code(s)
Weight: The product’s unit of measure and weight. Zonos supports the following weight units: ounces, pounds, grams, and kilograms. The unit will default to pounds if a unit is not provided when creating or editing a product with a weight value
Dimensions: The product’s unit of measure and dimensions. Zonos supports the following weight units: inches, feet, yards, millimeters, centimeters, and meters. The unit will default to inches if a unit is not provided when creating or editing a product with dimensional values
Digital good: Determines whether the product requires physical shipping (i.e., E-Books)
Restricted countries: Restrict your product from certain countries