We take away the hassle of the entire journey to the Amazon Warehouse. Bzaar handles packaging, labeling, and logistics, and ensures no mismatch in dimensions or any other FBA related requirements.
- Get the products at our warehouse for prerequisite before dispatch
- Stick an FNSKU label and Shipping Label on each unit for you according to Amazon requirements (we use a paper type sticker: 40-up labels of 52.5 x 29.7 mm on A4) so that your goods don’t get rejected at the warehouse
- Stick a suffocation warning according to your poly bag size with 5 inches or bigger openings at the right place
- Re-Boxing per Carton - Remove the original box and use a new one as a replacement in case of damage to boxes in transit.
The cost will be calculated based on the shipment volume and the delivery location/port through which the products reach the warehouse.
How to get started with FBA
We take away the hassle of the entire journey to the Amazon warehouse. Bzaar handles packaging, labeling, and logistics, and ensures no mismatches in dimensions or other requirements.
- Register your account for FBA by going to www.amazon.com/fba and clicking Get started.
- Select Add FBA to your account if you already have a Selling on Amazon account.
- Create a product listing
- Prepare items to send to Amazon fulfilment centre
- Labelling: FNSKU is an identifier used by Amazon fulfilment centers to identify individual units of a specific ASIN.
- Name: Title or name of the product
- Condition: Describes the condition of the product.
- Assign Inventory to FBA
- Create Shipment to Fulfillment Centres
After creating your online shipment, use the following checklist to make sure that you have completed the inventory requirements for your physical shipment:
- Are your products properly labelled?
For products you label yourself, you must print and affix FBA labels to them. FNSKU: An identifier used by Amazon fulfilment centres to identify individual units of a specificTitle or name of the productCondition: Describes the condition of the product.
- Are your shipping boxes properly packed?
- Boxes containing multiple standard-size items must not exceed 25" on any side.
- Boxes containing multiple items weigh less than or equal to 50 lbs. (boxes containing a single item may exceed 50 lbs.).
- Boxes containing a single oversize item that weighs more than 50 lbs. have “Team Lift” safety labels on the top and sides of the box.
- Boxes containing a single oversize item that weighs more than 100 lbs. have “Mechanical Lift” safety labels on the top and sides of the box.
- Are items cushioned with approved dunnage (packing materials)?
Approved dunnage includes foam, air pillows, bubble wrap, or full sheets of paper.
- Are your shipping boxes properly labelled?
All labels must include:
- Shipment ID
- Scannable barcode
- Ship-from address
- Ship-to address
- For small parcels, there are two labels per box: one FBA and one shipping
- Place small parcel labels on the side no less than 1¼" from the edge of the box
- Do not place small parcel labels over seams, edges, or corners.
- Case-packed boxes
- Cases have been previously packaged together by the manufacturer
- All items in the case have matching merchant SKUs (MSKUs) and are in the same condition
- All cases contain equal quantities
- Scannable barcodes on the case have been removed or covered
- Master cartons are split at the appropriate case-pack level
- Once your carrier has picked up your shipment or you’ve dropped it off at a shipping centre, mark your shipment as Shipped in the Shipment Summary page of the shipment creation workflow
- When a shipment’s status changes to Checked-in, it means at least a portion of the shipment arrived at the fulfilment centre, but no units from the shipment have been received.
- Once the fulfilment centre begins scanning barcodes and receiving the inventory, the status will change to received.
- Once your inventory has been fully received, it will be available for sale on Amazon.com.