First to Market
Let’s face it—customers value speed over almost everything else. Using Fulfillment by Amazon is a great way to give your products more visibility on Amazon’s dominant platform. At just 24-48 hours, our FBA Prep times are some of the lowest in the industry, meaning inventory fills faster and you can grow your business.
Orders that are FBA compliant mean that your products are eligible Amazon Prime free Two-Day Shipping, FREE Shipping, and other benefits.
The advantage of using FulfillMe for FBA prep is that we have the flexibility that Amazon doesn’t. We can prep your inventory before it’s sent to an Amazon fulfillment center, ensuring that you won’t be penalized for non-compliance with Amazon’s strict standards.
Ship It + Forget It
No contracts. No confusion. No wasted time or energy. Just ship your products to us and we’ll handle the rest.
After we receive your shipment, we inventory and inspect your goods for quantity and condition. Our FBA experts will print FNSKU labels from your inventory page and prep your items based on Amazon’s detailed requirements. Once the prep work is done, we will access your Seller Central account and create your shipping plan. Finally, Your packages will be shipped out using Amazon’s inbound shipping service
Identify how many orders you process per month to determine your pick fees.
- 0 - 500 Monthly Orders
- $1.50 First Item Pick Fee Per Order
- $0.50 Additional Items Per Order
- $0.60 Bubble Wrap
- $2.00 + .50/additional item Return Processing
Quotes are for informational purposes only and are subject to change without notice.
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Not every seller has the time and resources to tackle all the aspects of fulfillment, like customer service, returns, and shipping. Delegating these key duties can be especially beneficial for eCommerce beginners, and Amazon doesn’t disappoint.
The Buy Box refers to the white box on the right side of a product page where you can click the “Add to Cart” and “Buy Now” buttons. When a customer clicks on either button, they are purchasing from one seller and one seller only. Merchants who list the same product are essentially competing to win the Buy Box, which is a pretty big deal as it accounts for around 82% of Amazon’s sales.
Amazon’s contracts with the major shipping carriers give them steep discounts on shipping costs. Customers also benefit because many orders on Amazon are eligible for free shipping.