Amazon sets the default transit time for new shipping templates, as shown in the table below. The default transit time is the setting that is automatically populated when you create a new template. If you are not able to meet the maximum allotted default transit time with your current carrier, then you need to set different timelines in your shipping templates.
The recommended transit time to the Lower 48 states for popular shipping services are:
|Region||Ship from country||Destination||Default Transit Time||Available Transit Time Options|
|1||U.S.||Lower 48 States||3-4 days||
|2||U.S.||Hawaii, Alaska, Puerto Rico||5-8 days||
|3||U.S.||U.S. Protectorates APO/FPO||14-28 days||
Amazon sets default transit times for sellers who ship from a country outside the home marketplace.
The chart below shows the default transit times to the United States by shipping region:
|Ships from location||Default shipping time|
|United Kingdom||10-20 days|
|Rest of Asia||14-28 days|
|Rest of Europe||14-28 days|
|Middle East||14-28 days|
|South America||14-28 days|
The available transit times for international shipping are:
Learn more about setting faster Transit Times.