On June 1 , in Shanghai, China, Amazon Global Store announced a series of measures to help sellers go overseas, covering brand building, global multi-site operations, logistics and warehousing management and other aspects, aiming to help China's cross-border e-commerce industry stabilize. Growth, help Chinese sellers to go overseas smoothly and build international brands.
Register once and open stores worldwide. Amazon has launched a number of innovative operational tools to help sellers open global stores with one click. All new sellers only need to register once to open 13 overseas sites in North America (United States, Canada, Mexico), Europe (United Kingdom, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, Netherlands, Sweden, Poland), Japan and Australia . Sign up for four new sites in Singapore, UAE, Saudi Arabia and India, and you can directly waive the monthly fee. New sellers in Japan can enjoy support policies such as sales rebates, direct sales commission reductions, logistics fee reductions, and Amazon fee subsidies. The four new sites above, plus the Australian site, and the five sites provide sellers with free promotions and reports, helping sellers seize the vast opportunities of emerging sites.
Flexible cross-border logistics services. Amazon's global logistics team provides innovative and flexible cross-border logistics services for Chinese sellers, supporting cross-border sellers to export goods to all over the world through sea, air, small parcel shipping solutions and customs clearance services. In order to better help sellers, Amazon proposes that eligible new FBA products can get free storage fees, immunity, no return processing fees, and free bulk fire clearance, helping sellers to try new products at low cost.
Improve sellers' refined operational capabilities. In the Amazon-operated diagnosis and treatment station project, Amazon's official experts will diagnose operational problems for sellers, and provide improvement plans and practical suggestions in terms of product selection skills, advertising optimization, and compliance policies.
I believe that with Amazon's multiple measures to protect, cross-border e-commerce sellers can sail smoothly with their families.