Who says sending FBA shipments to Amazon is hard? Well, without using “Send to Amazon” the whole process may get problematic. Although still in the development stages, this innovative feature aims to make shipping inventory to the fulfillment centers a breeze and you can always turn to Amazon FBA wholesale programs for easy assistance. Find out the what’s and how’s behind its processes as you go over the essential details explained herein.
Replenishing your FBA inventory becomes easy when you take advantage of the “Send to Amazon” service. This new feature lets you tick off items in your Amazon FBA shipment checklist quickly.
You can manage FBA shipments with ease. Specifically, you will have no trouble with processing the transport of your goods to any fulfillment center.
How? Check out the details below:
Over time, Amazon will be developing this new service and add more features along the way. Therefore, these shipping restrictions are not permanent. In time, the service may be able to accommodate more conditions, so it will not be surprising if it will eventually be hailed as the best way to ship to Amazon FBA in the not-so-distant future.
Are you wondering how to ship inventory to Amazon without hassles? Access “Send to Amazon” via this easy-to-follow step-by-step process below.
Once you have clicked on Send to Amazon, you need to start completing the Amazon shipping process details. Do it in a snap by following these simple steps:
Upon completing the process, you will be giving your inventory to a carrier. You can pick one from the “Send to Amazon” landing page. There, you can view a complete list of all your SKUs on FBA.
What if your SKUs are not yet converted to FBA? No worries! Convert it in a minute by:
To check, go back to the inventory list you were viewing earlier. By now, you should be able to see all your SKUs on the list.
Now, before you start sending any SKU to Amazon, you need to make your packing templates first. This FBA shipment prep does not need to take long to make. Once you get the hang of it, creating models will become second-nature for you.
Upon saving, you immediately go back to the start page. This time, however, you can now preview the details of the packing template you have just created.
Because you chose a seller who labels units, you will be the one to print your own labels. To do this, you have to:
2.1 Access View Edit, whose button is found beneath the packing name template’s drop-down menu.
2.2 Click the Save button.
Are you ready to use your label? Or do you want to go over the details one more time to ensure that nothing is amiss? If you have to edit your template, just follow the easy steps below:
Now, that you got all your labels printed out. The next step is to start readying your shipment. For this purpose, proceed by:
To confirm the details of your shipment:
With regards to shipping, do keep in mind that for now, you can only send small parcels. Also, if you are thinking of which Amazon warehouse to ship to, your inventory may be shipped to not just one fulfillment center but several centers. It all depends on what option you select for Step 1 (a type of inventory to send).
Do you want to know how your boxes are allocated for each shipment? Here is what you should do:
To keep your default shipment up-to-date, check out the steps below:
Generating a PDF with an FBA box is a cinch with these simple steps:
If your shipment date turned out to be different from that which you have typed in Confirming the Details of Your Shipment, inform us about it. After telling us that they are en route, give us the tracking IDS for your shipment. This way, we can be ready ahead of time for receiving them. To share the IDs with us:
At this point, if you want to ship more inventory to Amazon, all you have to do is click on Start New to go back to the first page. As always, vigilant monitoring is required to ensure that your Amazon FBA shipment reconciliation procedures go smoothly. Consider this procedure as mandatory every time you ship inventories.
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