Amazon Improves FBA Reporting Page! Make it easy for sellers to find report information!
Recently, Amazon US and Japan stations announced that Amazon has re-launched the Amazon logistics report page, which is convenient for sellers to find report information. The live sections include "Recently Viewed," "Most Popular Reports," and "Latest News." For more information, go to the Fulfillment by Amazon business report.
eBay Fulfillment US Warehouse Officially Launched!
Recently, eBay announced the official launch of eBay fulfillment by Orange Connex ("eBay fulfillment") service in the US market. This is the fourth market where eBay has launched the service after eBay launched eBay fulfillment in Germany, the UK and Australia. eBay fulfillment has a nationwide layout, and has set up tens of thousands of square meters of warehouse distribution centers in New Jersey in the east, California in the west and Texas in the south, and multi-warehouse services are launched at the same time.
After Amazon's FBA fees increased, a large number of sellers flocked to Walmart and other platforms!
According to Capterra's research, the overall increase in FBA fees has caused many sellers to flee Amazon and opened the door for other e-commerce platforms, including Google Shopping, Facebook Marketplace and Walmart Marketplace. In 2023, almost all (99%) FBA sellers intend to sell on other marketplaces. Among them, 50% of sellers plan to sell on GoogleShopping, eBay and FacebookMarketplace.
Risk of suffocation! eBay is removing these two children's toys!
According to foreign media reports, after receiving a notification from the UK Office of Product Safety and Standards (OPSS), eBay urgently recalled and removed two children's toys. The first product, a wooden magnetic toy train, is being recalled due to a choking risk. The second product is described on eBay as a "12-song bedbell".
The British e-commerce market picked up in November! Sales of multiple categories are booming!
According to the monthly retail monitoring report jointly released by the British Retail Consortium (BRC) and KPMG, retail spending in the UK increased by 4.2% year-on-year in November. While this level of growth is lower than the same period in 2021 (5%), it is higher than the average for the past 12 months (1.2%). Sales of home appliances, footwear and furniture were booming in stores and online in November.
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