Selling internationally has changed dramatically over the past few years, and Amazon isn’t unique in that many changes have taken place since Brexit. It would be unjust to blame all of the changes on the UK leaving the EU, regulation has also played it’s part.
To catch up with how Amazon are enabling businesses selling internationally, join their webinar on the 31st of May at 11am.
In the webinar, whether you’re looking to ship from the UK or store your inventory directly in the EU, Amazon experts will guide you through the process and help you find the perfect solution for your business. They will explore the differences between the European Fulfilment Network, Pan-European FBA and Call-Off Stock. Amazon will also show you how to take advantage of the unique benefits of each programme.
Selling Internationally with Amazon
European Fulfilment Network
The European Fulfilment Network operates between the UK and the EU and enables thousands of businesses to sell across the border easily without the requirement to register for VAT in the destination store.
It allows FBA sellers to store their inventory in local fulfillment centers and fulfil orders across the border, maximizing inventory control and flexibility. It enables you to let Amazon ship your eligible items with the Prime badge to your customers.
Pan-European FBA could save you 53% savings in fulfilment fees and increase your FBA sales by up to 30% if you send your inventory to an Amazon Fulfilment Centre in the EU and list your FBA products in: Germany, France, Italy and Spain.
It also enables you to list your FBA products as well in Poland, Sweden and in the Netherlands and Belgium with similar benefits.
Call-off stock, sellers allow Amazon to act as an intermediary between the seller and the final customer. When an order is place, Amazon buys the product from you and resells it to the customer with the sale marked as “Shipped and Sold by Amazon”. This enables selling internationally with zero input from you other than giving Amazon permission to sell your goods.