The Amazon Seller Program allows Amazon sellers to better manage and operate their own stores. This article introduces some uncommon but useful seller programs.
FBA classification and resale. Amazon's selling program, known as FBA Rating and Resale, allows sellers to relist and sell "used" inventory. Sellers must be invited to join the program, but once a seller joins, the program waives buyer return fees or fees for handling undelivered inventory.
FBA liquidation. Returns are an inevitable part of the sales cycle. FBA Liquidations is an Amazon FBA program that allows sellers to recover some of their costs while avoiding other unavoidable fees associated with customer returns. Amazon refunds the "net recovery value" depending on the seller's sales history, stock price, and the sales history of each item.
Amazon Business Seller. Open to businesses of all sizes, Amazon Business Seller is a targeted way to find business customers. This is a B2B Amazon seller program that gives your company the opportunity to connect with businesses that want to buy your products.
Choose a new FBA product. The new FBA option qualifies FBA sellers for a variety of Amazon discounts, giveaways, and opportunities. As long as you are a company that meets the selection conditions, you can get the first 50 standard units for 90 days for free storage every month, and the first 30 super units for free storage without liquidation fees. FBA website. FBA Onsite is a program designed to allow FBA sellers to better manage their warehouses using a simplified cloud-based management system. Onsite manages shipments of Amazon sellers' inventory and charges based on the size and weight of each shipment. It takes the FBA process one step further so that the entire process, from order to order fulfillment, is managed and executed.