FBA Expiring Products Tracking and Reporting

 

Background


You have final responsibility for removing products with expired (and near-expired) dates from Amazon FBA warehouses before they are sold to customers. Amazon does not do First-In First-out. It is up to you to track products sent to FBA and recall any as they reach the expiration date and issues arise.

With our platform the process can be completely automated.

The functionality is only available with the premium or enterprise plan.

Step 1


Pack your items as you usually do, using any of the input methods (Scan gun, bulk or case pack). Make sure to provide the expiration dates for the items as you pack. Products must have a minimum remaining shelf life that is greater than 105 days when sent to Amazon FBA. We automatically enforce this when you input expiration dates.

Step 2


The home dashboard shows you how many items you packed that are nearing expiration date. Dashboard showing expiring counts

Step 3


Click on the number of items and see the report, showing which items, from which shipments are expiring soon.

Dashboard showing expiring counts

Step 4


Check SellerCentral for what is left in stock from the items identified in the report and create a removal or destruction order for anything that is close to expiring.