Box contents information for Amazon FBA inbound shipments with 2D barcode labels via Scangun Input, Bulk Input, or Case Pack Shipments along with validating packed item accuracy to plan.
Barcodes are the easiest way to provide box contents information for your inbound Amazon FBA shipments.
Scan items as you put them into a box. Have a different approach for packing your items? Our Bulk Input makes it easy to pack multiples of the same item. Sending case packed items? The Case Pack makes that a breeze. Our web based tools work on desktops and on mobile devices. No downloads.
If your items require expiration date labels, you can speed up your workflow by having our tool automatically print FBA-compliant expiration date labels as you pack the boxes. Label and pack your inventory in one step.
Reporting by shipment, destination, SKU or expiration dates. Upload the FBA shipment plan to validate packed shipments against what Amazon is expecting to keep up your inbound FBA compliance rates.
1. After creating a shipment plan and being assigned Amazon warehouses, SellerCentral asks about shipping carrier, dimensions, number of boxes and box contents information.
2. You have options to provide box contents information:
With the 2D barcode, you can speed up your inbound shipment creation process. Create the barcode with box contents by either entering the data in bulk into a streamlined UI or by using a scangun and scanning the items as you pack the boxes. When the box is packed, print the barcode, attach it to the box along with the shipping label and you're done. Upload the shipment plan to validate your packed items, to ensure your Inbound Performance stats stay green.
In addition to the Amazon FBA warehouses in the US, we support FBA box contents requirements for FBA locations in United Kingdom, Germany, France, Italy, Spain, Poland and Czech Republic.