According to reports from several sellers, after receiving notices from cooperative freight forwarders, Amazon LGB8, ONT8, and LAX9 have been out of stock, and the delivery appointment will be delayed by about 1-2 weeks. At the same time, the SMF3 warehouse is being renovated, and the appointment of SMF3 will be delayed until June.
The four warehouses mentioned above are all located in the western United States. Due to irresistible reasons, the freight forwarder reminds the seller to pay attention to adjusting the delivery time.
Many sellers said that the recent slowdown in the listing speed may be related to the explosion of several warehouses.
According to the freight forwarder, the appointment time of most warehouses is currently adjusted to early June. If the appointment in early June is not delayed, it is expected to return to normal in early June. Please adjust the stocking plan.
Although the United States is facing inflation problems, but the willingness of American consumers to spend continues unabated. Container imports at the top 10 U.S. ports rose 7 percent in April from a year earlier to 2,189,744 TEUs, according to U.S. consulting firm Blue Alpha Capital. Among them, the Port of Long Beach handled 820,718 TEUs of cargo in April, an increase of 10% year-on-year.
Mario Cordero, executive director of the Port of Long Beach, said: "Cargo volumes continue to grow at record rates and may not slow down anytime soon, and we are preparing for a possible surge in transportation demand over the summer."
According to previous official news, this year's Prime Day is scheduled to be held in July. Based on the current growth in consumer demand, Amazon sellers also have a lot of expectations for this year's Prime Day.