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FBA Preparation Video Tutorials

On this page, you'll find videos demonstrating prep requirements for specific products necessary prior to shipping to Amazon fulfillment centers. Watch these videos to learn how to prep specific products.

Watch all of the prep videos

For videos on specific prep processes, view the individual videos located below.

How to prepare clothes, fabric, plush, and textiles

Fabrics and other products made with woven material can be damaged by dust, humidity, and through the shipment and storage process. This video will demonstrate how to prepare clothes, fabric, plush, and textiles for safe shipment and storage in Amazon fulfillment centers.

How to prepare Baby products

Products for infants and children under three require special prep. This video will demonstrate how to prep baby products for shipping and storage.

How to prepare fragile products

This video will demonstrate how to prep fragile products to avoid breakage during shipping and storage.

How to prepare liquid products

Liquids can cause damage during shipping and when stored. This video will demonstrate how to prep liquid products for shipping and storage.

How to prepare loose products

Each unit you send to Amazon must be contained in a single secure package. This video will demonstrate how to package loose products for shipping and storage.

How to prepare products with perforated packaging

Products that have perforated packaging may require special prep. This video reviews the guidelines for perforated packaging and demonstrates how to prep these products.

How to prep sharp products

Sharp products, or products with sharp edges require special prep for safety. This video will demonstrate how to prep sharp products for shipping and storage.

How to prepare small products

Small products require special prep to keep from becoming misplaced. This video demonstrates how to prep small products for shipping and storage.

How to prepare products sold as set

Products that are sold as a set must be marked and prepared so they are fulfilled as a set. This video will demonstrate how to prep products that are sold as a set.

How to label products for fulfillment

This video demonstrates how to create and fix labels to your products for fulfillment and storage in Amazon fulfillment centers.

How to prepare products with expiration dates

Products with expiration dates have special preparation needs and requirements. This video demonstrates how to prepare and label products that have expiration dates.

Which packing material you should use

This video demonstrates the proper way to pack products for reception within Amazon fulfillment centers.

How to label small-parcel shipments

This video defines small-parcel shipments and demonstrates how to label them for shipment to our fulfillment centers.

How to pack case packed products

This video demonstrates how to pack case packed products for shipment.

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Send/replenish inventory: Prepare your products for FBA shipping

This page provides information about completing the second step of the Send/replenish inventory workflow, preparing your products for Fulfillment by Amazon (FBA) shipping. For more details on product preparation requirements and how to prepare common product types, go to Packaging and prep requirements.

Some products require specific preparation so they arrive at Amazon fulfillment centers in the best condition. Prep guidance for many products is available in the Prepare products step as you create your shipment. If you don't want to prepare the products yourself, you can have Amazon do it for you for a per-item fee.

Send/replenish inventory workflow steps:


  1. Set quantity for shipments to Amazon
  2. Prepare your products for FBA shipping
  3. Label your products
  4. Review/view shipments to Amazon
  5. Prepare shipment to Amazon
  6. Summary of shipment process

Important: Determining the type of preparation required to ship your products safely to Amazon is your responsibility, even if prep guidance for your specific products is not available in the Send/replenish inventory workflow.

FBA Prep Service

If you want Amazon to prepare your products for you, select Amazon in the Who preps? column. For more information about the per-item cost, see FBA Prep Service.

Important: FBA can prep only products that have a single UPC or EAN that corresponds to an ASIN in Amazon’s product catalog.

Even if you sign up for the FBA Prep Service, package your products so they will arrive safely at the fulfillment center. Package fragile, glass, and sharp items in such a way that they arrive intact and that fulfillment center associates can handle them safely.

Important: If you do not select Amazon in the Who preps? column, you are responsible for ensuring that your products meet all FBA prep requirements for shipping.

Prep required

The Prep required tab on the Prepare products page has guidance for items that have specific preparation requirements.

If you think the requirements for the product you have listed are not appropriate or essential, click Investigate to start a review.

Important: Items that have not been prepared according to the requirements will be subject to charges for unplanned prep services at the fulfillment center. Learn more about unplanned services fees.

Prep requirements may include poly bagging, bubble wrap, overboxing, hanger removal, or taping.

Poly bagging

Products that require poly bagging should be completely sealed in a clear polyethylene bag that is at least 1.5 mil thick. Make sure the barcode can be scanned through the bag, or place a barcode label on the outside.

Note: Adult products must be packaged using black, opaque poly bagging or shrink wrap.

Bags that have an opening that measures more than 5 inches when laid flat must have a suffocation warned printed on or affixed to them in a prominent location and in a legible font size.

Poly bagging may be required to:

  • Prevent leaks or spills from damaging other items in the shipment — usually for liquids and powders
  • Protect items from dust or dirt
  • Prevent loose items from being separated, such as individual items being sold as a set

For more information about specific product categories that may require poly bagging, go to:

Packaging pellets, powders, and granular products

Packaging liquids, pastes, gels, and creams

Packaging plush units

Packaging apparel, fabric, and textiles

Packaging jewelry

Packaging small products

Packaging baby products

Packaging adult products

Packaging plexiglas

Packaging batteries

Bubble wrap

Products that require bubble wrap must:

  • Be tightly wrapped and taped shut so the product cannot fall out
  • Have a scannable barcode label on the outside
  • Be able to pass a 3-foot drop test on a hard surface without the contents breaking. A drop test consists of five drops:
    • Flat on base
    • Flap on top
    • Flat on longest side
    • Flat on shortest side
    • On a corner

Bubble wrap may be required because the item is:

  • Fragile and could be easily damaged during transit
  • Heavy or dense and could damage other items during transit

For more information, go to Packaging glass, ceramic, breakable, and fragile units.

Note: Products that expire and are contained in packaging that requires additional prep, such as glass jars or bottles, must be prepped to ensure that fulfillment center associates can see the expiration date. For more information, go to Expiration dates on FBA products.

Overboxing

We may require overboxing when there are safety concerns over shipping and handling. Overboxing generally involves placing a prepared or packaged product in a box for added protection (even if the product is already boxed). For products over 10 lb, use double-wall corrugated boxes for overboxing.

Overboxing is required for the following types of products:

  • Sharp items that may puncture packaging materials
  • Fragile items that failed a 3-foot drop test after bubble wrap was applied or that may be damaged during shipping and handling
  • Hazardous liquids in glass containers over 4.2 oz
  • Vinyl records

Hanger removal

Normal-size hangers usually must be removed. Mini-hangers for baby clothes are allowed. The following items cannot be shipped on any kind of hanger: accessories, bras, hats, shorts, socks, hosiery, sweaters, swimwear, and underwear.

The following garments are exceptions that must remain on a hanger:

  • Blazers or suit jackets, and suits
  • Dresses that have a list price of more than $299.99 per item, are formal or evening wear, or contain material that would be damaged if stored flat (for example, full pleating, beading, sequins, or other embellishments such as a floral bow)
  • Outerwear with a list price of more than $299.99 per item or where the primary material type is real leather, real fur, or wool
  • Pants, shirts, skirts, and sleepwear with a list price of more than $299.99 per item

Tape

Products with this requirement need additional taping beyond what might normally be used to seal a box or poly bag or secure bubble wrap around an item.

Extra taping may be required if the item:

  • Might fall out of its packaging if the container is not taped shut
  • Might leak if the lid is not taped in place
  • Needs tape to be fully sealed within the container

Prep may be required

Click the Prep may be required tab to see products for which prep guidance is not available. This may be because the product has not been sent in before or has not been classified as having a specific prep requirement.

If you know the prep required for those products, click Choose category in the Prep guidance column, and from the drop-down list select the prep category that best suits your product.

If your product does not require additional prep, you can select No prep required.

The prep categories are:

  • Baby products: includes plush toys and other products for children 3 and under, such as teddy bears, pacifiers, and baby bottles.
  • Sharp: includes items that have sharp edges or are pointed, such as knives, scissors, and some tools.
  • Fragile/glass: includes items that can break or shatter, such as glassware, china, and picture frames.
  • Apparel on hanger: includes dresses, coats, and baby clothes.
  • Apparel, fabric, plush, and textiles: includes products made of cloth or textiles, including apparel not on hangers, blankets, and linens.
  • Small: includes products smaller than 2⅛ inches on the longest side, such as jewelry, key chains, and flash drives.
  • Adult: includes products displaying potentially offensive material, including explicit magazines and movies.
  • Liquids (nonglass): includes liquids or gels of more than 16 oz in plastic bottles or jars, such as liquid soap, sprays, and lotions. Treat liquids in glass bottles or jars as fragile.
  • Powder, pellets, and granular: includes powders, scented home products, and powdered detergents.
  • Perforated packaging: includes display case-packed items such as candy displays or granola bars.
  • No prep needed: includes case-packed items that do not have perforated packaging and are sold as a single unit inside a case.

Next steps

After you have reviewed all of the prep guidance, click Continue.

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Packaging and prep requirements

Units that are sets, such as a set of six, unique toy cars that are sold as one unit, must be marked as sets on their packaging. Add a label to the unit that clearly states that the products are to be received and sold as a single unit. For example, "Sold as set," "Ready to ship," or "This is a set. Do not separate."

Watch this brief video for examples of how to prep your products for shipment to and storage in fulfillment centers.

How to prep products sold as a set (in English)
Not permitted: Separate units within a set.Permitted: Units clearly labeled as a set and sealed so they cannot be separated.
Not permitted: Separate units within a set.Permitted: Units clearly labeled as a set and sealed so they cannot be separated.

Provide a unique ASIN for the set if the individual units in the set already have an ASIN. For bundled sets, the barcodes on the individual units must not face outward or the barcodes must be covered. This helps ensure that fulfillment center associates scan the barcode for the pack, not the barcode for the individual units inside.

Sours: https://sellercentral.amazon.com/gp/help/external/200141500?language=en_US
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FBA Prep Service

Use the FBA Prep Service to ensure that your products are properly packaged and prepared for fulfillment. Correct packaging and prep helps to reduce delays in receiving time, protect your products while in Amazon fulfillment centers, and create a better customer experience.

Important: Planned prep or labeling, as part of the FBA Prep Service or FBA Label Service, may delay full receipt of your shipment. However, unplanned prep or prep that is not part of the FBA Prep or Label Service may further delay complete receipt of your shipments by up to 48 hours.

If you use the FBA Prep Service, Amazon will prepare your eligible products for a per-unit fee. After you enable the service, you can choose whether you or Amazon will prep the products that you send to fulfillment centers. When you build your shipping plan, we will provide an estimate of the prep fees based on the expected services for the selected products.

Note: If your products are classified as fragile, glass, or sharp, they must be packaged to withstand transit and be safely handled by our associates.

Minimum qualifications

  • Condition: Any (new, used, collectible, refurbished)
  • Product type: Any (media and non-media)
  • ASIN: Each unit must have a scannable barcode (ISBN, UPC, EAN, or JAN). The unit's barcode must not be punched out, marked over, covered, or otherwise obstructed.

If you sign up for FBA Prep Service

  • For products that Amazon preps, you will be charged the applicable FBA Prep Service fees based on the services provided (see the table below). The prep services that we perform for your products are determined at Amazon’s sole discretion.
  • There are separate fees for standard-size and oversize products.
  • Your qualifying units may be divided into multiple shipments.
  • If Amazon preps your products, the FBA Label Service may be included automatically for select products. You would then be charged the applicable per-item fee.

Enable FBA Prep Service

To enable the FBA Prep Service, follow these steps when creating your shipping plan:

  1. Select a product that you want Amazon to prep.
  2. Select Amazon in the Who Preps? field.

Choose who preps the products

Note: If you use Send to Amazon for shipments, visit Create shipments with Send to Amazon for prep and labeling information.

If you use Send/replenish inventory for shipments, after you enable the FBA Prep Service, you can choose whether Amazon or you will prep each eligible product by following the steps below on the Prepare products tab.

You can also choose who preps your products by default in your FBA settings page. Changing the default does not affect previously created shipments or any prep preferences you have defined for specific items.

For products with prep guidance

For each eligible product listed on the Prepare products tab of Send/replenish inventory, select one of the following in the Who preps? field:

  • Amazon if you want Amazon to prep the product
  • Merchant if you want to prep the product yourself

Amazon will be the default selection for products with prep guidance.

For products without prep guidance

Products without prep guidance may still have packaging and prep requirements. For these products, Choose category will appear in the Prep guidance column on the Prepare products tab. If you want Amazon to prep these products, follow these steps:

  1. Click Choose category from the Prep guidance column.
  2. In the pop-up window, select the category that best fits your product from the Prep category drop-down list. Or select No prep if you believe that no prep is required.*
  3. Select Amazon in the Who preps? column.

If you don’t follow these steps or if you select Merchant in the Who preps? column, you are responsible for preparing these products.

* For more information, download How to Prep Products and visit Packaging and prep requirements.

Select who labels the products

After determining who will prep the products, you can choose on the Label product tab whether Amazon or you will apply labels to each unit.

You can also choose who labels your products by default in your FBA settings. Changing the default does not affect previously created shipments or any label preferences you have defined for specific items.

For more information, visit FBA Label Service.

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