Amazon US said that due to the increase in operating costs during the holiday peak period, it will introduce holiday peak delivery fees from October 15, 2022 to January 14 , 2023. Third – party sellers using Amazon 's logistics services must be in the United States or Canada. Pay an additional $ 0.35 per item sold .
Despite the increase in peak holiday delivery fees, Amazon's peak holiday delivery fees are still an average of 30% cheaper than other 3PL providers' offers , 70% cheaper than alternatives that deliver within 48 hours , and sellers also enjoy Faster delivery than 3PLs .
In addition, Amazon US, Europe and Japan announced that they have launched new FBA inventory pages for sellers to make it easier for sellers to manage their inventory. Now sellers can view replenishment, excess, undelivered and Indicators, actions and recommendations for stranded inventory. Information from the soon to be phased out Manage FBA Inventory will also be incorporated into the new FBA Inventory page.
At the same time, Amazon Europe has also changed, launching a new return settings page, and sellers can now set and view return settings, return instructions, no-return resolution rules, and return plan settings for each store in a single location in Seller Central. Sellers no longer need to go through each store’s return settings individually, simplifying the process and reducing manual work for international sales.
Other sites also have corresponding different policy adjustments. Sellers and friends can pay attention to the official email reminders, and adjust and improve the store in time to avoid violations.