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If you’ve followed my blog for any length of time, you’ll know it’s not a secret that I have an unhealthy obsession with spreadsheets. They can be used to analyze all sorts of data, design cool charts, and list and track your inventory on Amazon. And as of today, they can now be used to help you quickly and easily provide Box Level Contents to Amazon for your FBA shipments. Read on to learn more.
Starting on November 1st, Amazon is requiring all FBA shipments to include a detailed inventory of which products are in each individual box. This change will help Amazon check in your inventory more efficiently. As a bonus, it will boost Amazon’s bottom line by allowing them to charge delinquent sellers 15 cents per item if you fail to provide these Box Level Contents with your shipment. Ouch.
Fortunately, there are a few ways to avoid this new per-item fee:
Here’s a snapshot of the Box Level Contents Spreadsheet:
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Howdy! My name is Caleb Roth and I have dabbled in selling books on Amazon for the past decade. In late 2014 I decided to approach my business more seriously, switched completely over to FBA (Fulfilled By Amazon), and haven’t regretted it for a second!