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Amazon labelling

Discussion in 'Online Marketplaces - eBay, Amazon, Etsy and more' started by Alex45634, Mar 26, 2020.

  1. Alex45634


    Mar 26, 2020

    I’m a new seller on Amazon and still learning. Can anyone please explain one thing to me and I thank you in advance.

    When sellers are saying they sell thousands of items on Amazon how can you possibly manage labelling?

    The Amazon requirements are that each item has to have a barcode and a label before it is shipped to Amazon FC, but that means you have to spend massive time printing and sticking barcodes on each item and then packing it and posting. I don’t mind doing the job, but working from home, I can’t imaging having hundreds of boxes in my flat a all time. How do you manage it?

    I know you can order from the manufacturer to deliver directly to Amazon, but most of them won’t be bothered sticking Amazon barcodes ect. Also, you don’t even know how they are going to pack it.

    Thank you!
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