QZ Tray for Amazon Buy Shipping in Bulk

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An enhanced Amazon Buy Shipping in Bulk experience is currently being rolled out and expected to be completed by the 13th of December utilising a third party solution from QZ Tray.

QZ Tray was founded in 2013 to meet the industry’s demand for thermal printing via web browser. Sellers on Amazon.com will already be familiar with the solution as it was rolled out earlier in the year for the US.

The big advantage for Amazon is that this label printing solution works with all five major web browsers (Firefox, Chrome, Safari, Internet Explorer/Microsoft Edge, Opera) and key operating systems (Windows, MacOS, Linux). It also supports just about every thermal printer on the market including models from Zebra, SATO, Epson, Citizen, Star, Boca, and Dymo.

QZ Tray and Amazon Buy Shipping in Bulk

With Amazon’s Buy Shipping, you can buy shipping labels individually or in bulk, ship and confirm your orders, and track your shipments.

In the enhanced Buy Shipping in Bulk experience, you can print labels in one click with the newly integrated third-party solution. In addition, all label printing formats currently available in single order Buy Shipping will now be available when purchasing labels in bulk.

If you are a current Selling Partner using the Print Connect printing solution, you don’t have to uninstall Print Connect to install and use QZ Tray, however it will be Amazon’s supported one-click printing solution going forward and you are recommended to download the solution to streamline label printing.

More information on how to install and use QZ Tray can be found on the Amazon help page in Seller Central.

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