On January 1st 2021, the UK left the EU’s Single Market and Customs Union. This webinar, delivered by Amazon, is dedicated to helping FBA Selling Partners understand how they can navigate the inventory related changes that have taken place as a result of Brexit.
In this Webinar, Amazon will be providing practical guidance on how to view your new UK and EU inventory recommendations, an overview of how your Inventory Performance Index (IPI) scores and storage allowance will work now that your inventory pools are split, as well as addressing the top asked FAQs from our Selling Partner community.
It’s worth noting that Amazon recently lowered the IPI threshold for FBA Selling Partners to 450:
- If your IPI is 450 or above in week 51 of 2020, starting January 1, 2021, you will not be subject to storage volume limits.
- If your IPI is below 450 in week 51 of 2020, you will continue to be subject to storage volume limits. We will notify you of your next period limits, which will go into effect on February 1, 2021.
Additionally, since the 1st of January 2021, there is an updated workflow for shipments between the UK and the EU using the Amazon Partnered Carrier programme. Sellers will need to be customs compliant when shipping goods across the UK-EU border.
If you are an Amazon FBA selling partner and want to trade within the EU, mark the date Monday the 11th of January at 1pm in your diary and make sure you log on for this webinar.