Brexit update: Automated long-term storage removals to be disabled


#1

The UK is set to leave the EU’s Single Market and Customs Union on 1 January, 2021, and a customs border will be established between the UK and the EU. As a result, we will disable automated long-term storage removals on 31 December, 2020.

If you have automated long-term storage removals enabled, this change will require you to manually create removal orders for eligible inventory to avoid long-term storage fees. The change will apply to both automated long-term storage returns and disposals in all EU and UK fulfilment centres.

To check whether you have automated removals enabled, select Fulfilment by Amazon from the Settings drop-down menu and scroll down to Automated long-term storage removals settings.

You can use the Recommended Removal report or the Inventory Health report to identify which inventory would be subject to a long-term storage fee on the next inventory cleanup date.

For more information, visit FBA long-term storage fees and Prepare your Amazon business for Brexit.

We are working to restore this service as soon as possible, and we remain committed to supporting your business.


#2

Does anyone actually fall for that. You’re having a laugh, Amazon spends all it’s time trying to put us out of business.


#3

you are right monkey boy they seem to be getting increasingly more obtuse its a shame because for all its faults it is a great platform to sell on if you have the right stock its almost like a license to print money at times