Navigating the complexities of shipping to Amazon Fulfillment Centers (FBA) can be daunting, especially for those new to the process. Once you have created a Shipping Plan on Amazon Seller Central, it is time to make sure your shipment is also well prepared for transport.
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This guide is designed to provide clear, step-by-step instructions to ensure your goods reach their destination efficiently and without unexpected costs or delays.
To learn more about how to set up a Shipping Plan on Amazon Seller Central, Check out the latest instructions by Amazon HERE!
Before you send off your goods, you’ll need to ensure you have all the necessary documentation. This includes:
This document must contain:
This list should detail:
Pro Tip: Always double-check your HS codes. Misclassification can lead to delays and additional charges.
Certain products may have additional requirements. For example:
Pro Tip: Check import duty rates and restrictions based on HS codes in advance. This will help you prepare any additional documentation needed.
As the seller, when shipping with DDP incoterm, you’re responsible for customs charges in the destination country. Here’s a breakdown of potential fees:
Note: A POA (Power of Attorney) is required for customs purposes when shipping to the US.
Note: A UK EORI number is required for shipments to the UK.
MyDello specializes in helping sellers navigate the intricacies of shipping to Amazon FBA centers. Our experienced team can assist with customs clearance and ensure that all procedures are followed correctly, minimizing the risk of delays or additional charges.
By following this guide, you can ship your goods to Amazon FBA centers with confidence. Remember, MyDello is here to support you every step of the way, making the process as straightforward as possible.
For any further assistance or to clarify specific details of your shipment, reach out to MyDello’s customer support. We’re committed to ensuring your logistics are handled with expertise and care.