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In the Mimeeq configurator, we provide two essential settings to control the quantities that end customers can order: Minimum Order Quantity (MOQ) and Incremental Order Quantity (IOC).

MOQ (Minimum Order Quantity)

The MOQ setting allows your customers to define the minimum quantity that their end customers must order. For example, an MOQ of 10 means the end customer is required to purchase at least 10 units of a product.

IOC (Incremental Order Quantity)

The IOC setting is used to specify the quantity increments for orders beyond the MOQ. For instance, setting an IOC of 2 means that after meeting the MOQ, the end customer can increase their order in multiples of 2.

We do not currently allow for the MOQ to be controlled by rules but we do plan to add that in the future

Practical Examples

Multiples of 4: To enable orders in multiples of 4, set both the MOQ and IOC to 4. This configuration means that end customers can order quantities like 4, 8, 12, 16, and so on.

Initial Order of 20, Then in Packs of 2: If you wish for the initial order to be 20 units, followed by increments of 2, set the MOQ to 20 and the IOC to 2. This allows orders of 20, 22, 24, 26, etc.

Below is an image demonstrating the MOQ and IOC settings in the Mimeeq configurator:

MOQ and IOC Settings

You will find this settings in the product admin settings, under the tab Pricing and Codes

Updated on: 21/03/2024

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