Amazon Fulfillment South Florida Requirements

Businesses and individuals must follow these general requirements when shipping units to Amazon fulfillment centers.

Some product categories may have other specific requirements. Amazon may return, refuse, or repackage any product delivered to a fulfillment center with non-compliant packaging at your own expense.

Any FNSKU you use on a unit must be unique and must correspond to one unique product. For example, each assortment type, such as size or color, must have a different FNSKU.


Each unit must have an exterior scannable barcode or label (which includes a scannable barcode and the corresponding human-readable numbers) that is easily accessible.

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Remove, cover, or render unscannable any existing scannable barcodes on the outside of shipping boxes. For example, cover existing barcodes with opaque tape or use a black felt-tip marker to render the barcode unscannable.

This prevents incorrect barcode from being accidentally scanned during the receiving process.


Loose products

Each unit, including multiple-volume book sets, must be contained within a single, secure package.

Amazon does not accept units that would require Amazon to assemble multiple pieces (for example, wheelbarrows where the handles and legs are separate, but are sold as one piece).


Units that are not contained in secure packagings, like loose sleeves or pouches, must be bagged or secured with a non-adhesive band or removable tape.


Footwear, regardless of material, must be packaged with no shoe material exposed, either in shoe boxes or in poly bags with a suffocation warning.


Watch this brief video for examples of how to prep your products for shipment to and storage in Amazon fulfillment centers.

Sold as set


Units that are set (for example, a NASCAR set of six unique Hot Wheels cars, sold as one unit) must be marked as sets on their packaging.

Add a label to the unit that clearly states that the products are to be received and sold as a single unit. For example, “Sold as set,” “Ready to ship,” or “This is a set. Do not separate.”

Watch this brief video for examples of how to prep your products for shipment to and storage in Amazon fulfillment centers.

Boxed units

  • Must be six-sided.
  • Must have openings or a lid that will not easily open on its own. If the box can easily open on its own, use tape, glue, or staples to keep it closed.
  • Must not collapse when medium pressure is applied to any of the sides.
  • If the boxed unit has perforated sides or openings, the product must pass a 3-foot drop test, consisting of one drop on each side, and one drop on a corner. If the product does not pass the drop test, it must be placed in a poly bag with a suffocation warning.

Watch this brief video for examples of how to prep your products for shipment to and storage in Amazon fulfillment centers.

For more information visit Amazon Seller Central

For immediate assistance with your Fulfilment needs in South Florida email us at info@GoWhseHub.io.

References: https://sellercentral.amazon.com/gp/help/external/200141500?language=en-US&ref=mpbc_200243250_cont_200141500

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