Send to Amazon is a streamlined shipment creation workflow that requires fewer steps to replenish your Fulfillment by Amazon (FBA) inventory.
With Send to Amazon, you can do the following:
Watch the video for an overview, and read more information below.
To start using the workflow, go to your Shipping Queue and click Send to Amazon near the top of the page to display the list of your FBA SKUs.
Next, follow the steps in the workflow to create your shipment:
You can also visit the site navigation training here.
To learn how to change or cancel your shipment, go to Send to Amazon: Change or cancel your shipment.
You can switch between as many as nine active workflows. Once all shipments in a workflow have been marked as shipped, the workflow is considered complete and will no longer count as active.
To switch to another active workflow, follow these steps:
No, only SKUs that already have been converted to FBA are displayed in step 1 of the shipment workflow, Choose inventory to send. To learn how to convert SKUs to FBA, go to Fulfillment by Amazon (FBA).
You can view your Send to Amazon workflow by clicking the shipment name in the Shipping Queue. To learn about switching between active workflows, see the Switching workflows section above.
You can get information about all confirmed shipments from the Shipping Queue and search for them using the shipment ID. Click on a shipment in the Shipping Queue to go to the Shipment Summary page. There you can track the shipment, see shipment contents, and reconcile inventory. To view the shipment in Send to Amazon, click the link next to Created using.
No, you cannot rename Send to Amazon workflows at this time.
No, shipments created in Amazon MWS can't currently be completed in Send to Amazon. We are working to enable this functionality in Amazon MWS.
No, Amazon does not allow general public deliveries. Only professional carriers are allowed to make delivery appointments at fulfillment centers through Carrier Central. For more information, go to Carrier requirements for LTL and FTL deliveries.