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Send to Amazon: Print pallet labels

Once you have confirmed your pallet configurations and accepted the shipping cost estimates in step 4 of the Send to Amazon workflow, you can print labels for your pallets.

Each pallet that you ship with an Amazon partnered carrier must have a pallet label, which includes information the fulfillment center uses to verify the arrival of the shipment.

Four copies of each label will be generated for each pallet in your shipment. Place one copy of the label on each of the four sides of the pallet, in the center near the top, on the outside of the stretch wrap.

Important: All boxes for pallet shipments must also have a Fulfillment by Amazon (FBA) box ID label. You can print those labels in step 3, Print box labels.

To print your pallet labels, follow these steps:

  1. Select your pallet label type under Print pallet labels and documentation and click Print.
  2. Place the labels squarely (not on an angle) on each of the four sides of the pallet so the forklift driver will be able to see them.
  3. Label the pallet Single ASIN pallet if it contains units of only one ASIN.
  4. When shipping multiple SKUs on a pallet, separate the SKUs so they are easy to tell apart when received at the fulfillment center.

A bill of lading (BOL) will be provided if you are using an Amazon partnered carrier. The BOL will be generated on the morning of the pickup date. You must provide a valid BOL to the carrier or the shipment will be refused upon delivery.

Important: When sending your shipment with the Amazon Freight LTL shipping program, there are additional required Amazon carrier pallet ID labels. Each set of four Amazon carrier pallet ID labels is unique and must be applied with your FBA pallet ID label. For more information, see Amazon Freight LTL shipping service.
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