00:00 – Welcome to today’s Thursday Webinar. Today is the 15th of September.
00:01 – Today we will cover Shipping Inventory Into Amazon Warehouses
00:03 – If you are selling liquid goods, your items needs to be double sealed with a suffocation label
00:06 – We have made a video regarding Amazon FBA Fees: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wMn7pD0sJxc
00:15 – Food products: Products that expire must include the expiration date on the master carton in 36+ point font and on the individual Units.
00:23 – Every box that contains more than one unite must be less than 50 lbs
00:24 – Dunnage allowed: Bubble Wrap, Full sheets of paper (heavy-weight kraft paper is best), Inflatable Air Pillows, Polyethylene Foam Sheeting
00:25 – Dunnage not allowed: All types of packing peanuts, including foam strips, Crinkle wrap, Shredded paper
00:33 – Uline.com, Home Depot, Lowes, Amazon.com are all great places to get small or large scale dunnage and boxes for your company.
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00:38 – Provide true box level contents for all shipments
00:57 - Will my products be safe in the fulfillment centers? Absolutely! All of Amazon's centers for fulfillment are modern and secure facilities. They use automated pick, pack and ship processes to facilitate the safe and timely processing of orders. Each fulfillment center has 24 hour security staff.
00:58 - Can I directly ship inventory to Amazon from suppliers? Absolutely. Amazon can also receive inventory that originates in other countries! If you have products that originate in other countries, you will need to arrange the import and customs clearance of the shipment and then arrange for the delivery to one of Amazon's fulfillment centers. They will accept full containers, trucks or LTL deliveries.
01:04 – That is all the time we have today. Thank you for joining!