Wuhan Xingtaohui: Amazon's North American remote delivery plan is expected to open in July
According to Amazon's latest notice, the North American station remote delivery plan will take effect from July 1 to September 15. This means that North American sellers will be able to use FBA for remote fulfillment, and sellers can use FBA inventory in the US to sell to buyers in Canada and Mexico.
Almost all sellers on the US site have received a background notification: " Attracting new Canadian and Mexican buyers: Your North American site remote delivery plan will take effect from July 1st to September 15th . " Star Taohui needs to remind sellers a little The thing is, if you participate in the Amazon Logistics Remote Distribution Program (NARF) , sellers should not ignore the remote delivery costs when positioning, Amazon will automatically match the corresponding product prices in the background, and the sellers can check it carefully before putting it on the shelves.
The biggest gap between the North American long-distance plan and Amazon's long-distance delivery is that this long-distance delivery plan is only for North America, while Amazon's long-distance delivery is for a wider range of urban areas. Amazon has also been committed to expanding the delivery plan to other unknown markets.
When consumers purchase goods through remote delivery, the consumer is the registered importer of the customs, and the goods need to pay the corresponding duties and other taxes when they arrive in Canada or Mexico. Amazon's system estimates the amount and includes it directly in the checkout amount.
Xingtaohui reminds sellers that one more thing to note is that the same SKU cannot be released through the Amazon logistics remote delivery service and the local Amazon logistics service. If there is local inventory and it meets the delivery conditions, it needs to be used after the local inventory is sold out. Ship items remotely. First you need to cancel the SKU from remote fulfillment in order to create a new shipment for local FBA.
The use of fulfillment programs by sellers can expand the buyer base in new markets, help increase overall sales, and reduce inventory pressure on sellers for better store operations management.