DEMO: Scan gun input mode for creating 2D box contents barcodes for inbound Amazon FBA shipments

This demo gives you full access to box content generation functionality, but the generated barcode will only encode the first 3 items. Please do not use for actual inbound shipments to Amazon FBA. This demo provides the basic overview to help you decide if these tools will fit your workflow. If you have questions about advanced functionality, such as, reporting, shipment validation or shipment editing, please contact us and we'll be happy to help.

This view is optimized for packing multiple unique items into boxes with a scan gun. If you pack multiples of the same item, please check out the manual input view which is optimized for your workflow. If you routinely, pack multiples of the same boxes, please check out our case pack input view.

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1. Shipment ID & Amazon FBA Destination Warehouse
2. Add Items to a Box
3. Current Items in the Box ( Items in Box: 0, Unique SKUs: 0)
Item Quantity Expiration Date
Empty Box
Item Preview
Default expiration date
Default Action: Print Barcode and Start Next Box Print Barcode and Keep Box Info
Shipment Information
Shipment ID

Destination Warehouse

Label Note 1

Label Note 2

Shipment Plan Validation

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  1. Enter the Amazon Shipment ID. Example: FBA23JFC2G
  2. Select item identifier. Once selected, it will be used for all items in this box.
  3. Optional: Select the expiration date for the item.
  4. Scan item(s) and place them into the box.
  5. Click Print Box Barcode when the box is full.
Per Amazon:
  • If items are labeled, use the FNSKU. If your items are commingled, use ASIN or UPC.
  • The ID type used, should match the ID type in shipment. Ex: If an item is listed as an FNSKU, it must be packed as a FNSKU.
  • Do not pack more than a 100 different ASINs in a single box.
  • Pack each box with only one expiration date per ASIN. If you have an ASIN with multiple expiration dates, they need to be packed in different boxes.
  • The maximum number of boxes in a shipment depends on the shipping method you use.
    • Small parcel delivery (SPD), with a partnered carrier: 200 boxes, with a non-partnered carrier: 500 boxes.
    • Less-than-truckload (LTL) shipments: 5,000 boxes.
Note: Shipment IDs, ASINs, UPCs, etc are not validated unless you're using shipment validation.
Remaining Items in Shipment Plan
FNSKU UPC Remaining QTY Search