How Does the Amazon FBA Process Work?

Our experience as an Amazon-approved carrier has given us the knowledge we need to answer your questions about how the Amazon sales process works.

Here is everything you need to know about Amazon FBA with PalletOnline:

How do Amazon pallet deliveries work?

Our partner, Palletline, is a preferred carrier for Amazon FBA throughout the UK.

When you’re ready to ship goods directly to Fulfilment Centres, you can book an Amazon pallet delivery with PalletOnline just as you normally would.

Simply book your collection, request a delivery date and our dedicated bookings team will always do their best to secure the earliest delivery date with Amazon.

All you need to do is head over to your Seller Central account on Amazon and select the goods that are going to Amazon FBA; They will give you an Amazon Reference ID, which is your PO Number, and an FBA code.

They will also tell you which Amazon fulfilment centre your goods are heading to.

You don't need to do anything after that other than book a collection and prepare your pallet. We are a preferred carrier for Amazon and arrange the rest for you.

What are the benefits of Amazon FBA?

We are proud of our relationship with Palletline, the UK’s leading pallet distribution network and preferred Amazon carrier.

PalleOnline is trusted to deliver thousands of pallets to Fulfilment Centres throughout the UK, every day.

With our help, any problems can be identified before delivery. This way, you can avoid refused goods or even additional charges.

Using PalletOnline, you are also less likely to land an Amazon Compliance fine as we can tell you everything you need to know about sending pallets to Fulfilment Centres.

Plus, as we are a preferred Amazon carrier, we deliver to Fulfilment Centres 24 hours a day, 7 days a week; You can ship your goods to Amazon quickly and with no hassle.

For help booking your Amazon pallet delivery, please send us a message using Live Chat. We’re always happy to help!

Alternatively, you can find more advice and top tips by heading over to our Help Centre.

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