Anyone receive this email from AZ on being able to no longer have to label inventory? Just scan and send it in. Curious on your feedback.
Hello from Fulfillment by Amazon,
Did you know you can use the existing manufacturer barcodes (UPC/EAN/JAN) on your eligible products to identify your inventory throughout the Amazon fulfillment process? This means you no longer have to label your individual items.
When you use the manufacturer barcode as your default, Amazon can get your products to your customers faster and more efficiently. This can be done by quickly swapping an identical item closer to the customer who is buying from you.
We track each unit of inventory we receive every step of the way, so we’re able to quickly identify which seller sent which item should any problems arise.
To enable this Inventory Setting, and stop labeling your eligible inventory today:
I did it with boxes and boxes of brand new party supplies. Soooo much easier than labeling 500 packs of napkins, cups, banners, and plate packs. smile emoticon I wouldn’t do it normally, but these are almost like commodity items and quite inexpensive.
Good sellers, but low margins, so I pulled the trigger to save a boatload of time. But again, I wouldn’t do it if these were other types of products or items that could breed counterfeits, breakage, or brand confusion.
These are low cost plastic plates and party items. Not exactly a big target for counterfeiters.
Be careful comingling. Your product is only in the new condition you approve of if it is yours. I have had stickerless for years and use it rarely. It is handy like you say for simple things that can’t be confused. When I removed some of my items for long term storage issues, I was shocked as to what came back.
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