Using “Send to Amazon,” create an FBA package.

Let’s talk about Amazon’s new “Send to Amazon” workflow approach now that we’ve gone through the previous technique of making your FBA shipment.


Step 1: We’ll begin in the same way as before, but this time we’ll select “Continue to Send to Amazon.” You may also click the Send to Amazon button up top.

(At the moment, the Send to Amazon beta allows you to only set up case-packed shipments.) Use the old technique if you’re delivering numerous SKUs per shipment.)


Step 2: In the Send to Amazon beta, the first thing you’ll need to do is create a new packaging template. You may preserve information about how your SKUs are packed, packaged, and labelled using packing templates. To save time, you can reuse them each time you restock inventory.


Step 3: Accept the costs and confirm your shipping.


Step 4: Print and send your labels! Make sure both barcodes are visible on the exterior of your box after printing your mailing labels. Then just drop off or schedule a UPS pickup of your shipment.

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