No. When you combine your FBA Onsite inventory with your other warehouse inventory, it does not meet the Terms and Conditions for participation in FBA Onsite.
There must be a designated area in your site dedicated to Onsite operations including storage, picking, and packing.
There is a required trial period where a limited number of products can be received and fulfilled daily. The trial period lasts at least the first week of enrollment in the program. Your trial period receiving limit is discussed when you launch your site.
After the trial period, you can receive up to 50,000 units per FNSKU using the warehouse management system (WMS).
If you reach this limit and you want to increase it, please contact FBA Onsite Seller Support.
You can fulfill items that are the same size tiers as traditional FBA, with the exception of Special oversize such as pallets or other items that requirespecial handling.You cannot fulfill these throughFBA Onsite at this time.
For more information, see Product size tiers.
In the WMS, use FNSKUs or UPCs when receiving inventory into your Onsite facility.
First, verify that your offer is an FBA listing. Creating FBA listings generates the FNSKU.
To print FNSKU or UPC barcodes in Seller Central, go to Inventory > Inventory Management > select Print Item Labels from the drop-down for your listing. Next, select the label quantity and size you want to print.
For more information, see Use an Amazon barcode to track inventory.
Go to the WMS > Inbound > Receive Product > scan the FNSKU > select a Purchase Order ID > enter the requested details > stow the item in the specified container.
You should see an automated Purchase Order (PO) in the WMS within 30 minutes of creating a new FBA listing in Seller Central. If you do not, your product may not be eligible or it may be missing dimensions.
Our system automatically creates POs for FBA Onsite locations in the amount of 50,000 units for qualifying FBA listings. This is for your convenience. You are not required to use all or any of the 50,000 unit POs.
If your product meets FBA criteria, and you have entered product weights and dimensions into the system, it will take about 30 minutes for POs to generate. Once you have them, you can process inventory in the WMS.
POs do not generate for products that are:
If your items do not fall into one of these categories, please verify that you created a Fulfillment by Amazon (FBA) listing.
If you created an FBA listing, but did not receive an automated PO for your FNSKUs, you can either contact Seller Support or make an item-level update to your listing.
Go to the Vital Info, Description, and More Details tabs to make item-level updates. Once you edit and save in the WMS, you should see a PO for the listing’s FNSKU in 20-30 minutes.
To update package dimensions or other item details in Seller Central, see Correct an Error on a Product Detail Page.
Yes. However, if you have a listing that was previously merchant fulfilled and you recently converted it to an FBA listing, it may not have generated a PO.
You can trigger automated shipment creation for an existing listing by making item-level changes on the Vital Info, Description, and More Details tabs of your listing.
Once you make an edit and save, you should see a PO for the listing’s FNSKU in the WMS within 20-30 minutes.
If you are also sending shipments to Amazon fulfillment centers, follow the standard process. Automated POs are only available for use when receiving into your Onsite location.
Yes. POs generate for each site registered to your account. Each site has its own limit of 50,000 units per FNSKU.