Once you have confirmed your shipment in step 2 of the Send to Amazon workflow, you can print labels for each box. This page has information on how to print and apply box labels for both small parcel and pallet shipments.
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All boxes for small parcel delivery must have an FBA box ID label and a carrier label. To download the labels, click Print box labels in step 3 of the Send to Amazon workflow. For more information about labelling your boxes, go to Shipment label requirements.
If you are using an Amazon partnered carrier, follow these steps:
If you are using a non-partnered carrier, follow these steps:
You must put an FBA box ID label on the outside of each box so the labels will be visible when the pallet is unpacked at the fulfilment centre. For more information about labelling your boxes, see Shipment label requirements.
To learn how to change or cancel your shipment, see Send to Amazon: Change or cancel your shipment.
When you indicate that you have handed off your shipment to the carrier, the shipment moves to Shipped status. Once it is in Shipped status, our fulfilment centres know to prepare to receive your inventory, which helps to avoid unnecessary delays.
Once you have handed over your boxes to the carrier, you can track receipt of your inventory and find reconciliation information on the Shipment Summary page by clicking on the Track shipment links at the bottom of the Send to Amazon page.
Yes, you can start a new Send to Amazon workflow without marking your current shipments as shipped. When you have handed off your previous shipments to the carrier, you can access the shipment from the Shipping Queue page and mark them as shipped.
No. Your label(s) will have the Amazon information present. Ensure that you print the labels and carefully follow the instructions in the labels to ensure your shipment arrives at the FC successfully. For more information, refer to the ARP FAQ page.