Value Added Services
Many of our clients need us to simply affix FBA shipment and UPS shipping labels to their already labeled and packaged inventory. This is a very easy service for us to perform for you and consists of nothing more than you preparing the labels within your Seller Central account and saving them in PDF format to email to use to place onto your product’s shipping cartons.
You have to get your product to our warehouse for us to label your shipping boxes to go to an FBA facility. Many of our customers bundle this labeling service with an inspection service, or they need us to place FNSKU labels over existing UPC codes. Not matter what level of service you need, we are here to serve you and to make sure that your shipment is handled professionally, quickly and accurately.
If you’ve never taken a look at the Packaging and Shipping Inventory to Amazon guide, you can download it HERE.
The primary labels you need to be concerned about are FNSKU labels and the actual FBA/UPS shipping labels. When getting a product manufactured, the best thing to do is to get the FNSKU barcode label printed right onto your product. Now, Amazon will tell you not to do this for a couple of reasons, first they want to make sure the label is scannable, and second there’s a miniscule chance the the FNSKU number could change.
Well, we’ve seen thousands of products with printed FNSKU labels right on the product, and they scan just fine. Second, we’ve NEVER seen an FNSKU number change, unless YOU change it by creating a new ASIN. There’s a very, very small chance it could change if Amazon saw fit to merge your asin with another asin, but if it’s your private labeled product, the chances of this happening are about zero also.
If you need us to put FNSKU labels onto your product, we need you to generate the labels in your Amazon Seller Central account and email them to us in PDF format. We need you to use the 30 labels per page, 1″ x 2 5/8″ on US letter option, as we’ll print your labels out on Avery 5160 labels. Please realize that if your product contains more than one visible barcode, we can cover one barcode with the FNSKU label, however, we’ll need to use a blank label to cover any additional bar codes, at additional expense to you.
Here is what a sheet of FNSKU labels looks like:
Here’s a video we made on how to create FNSKU labels that we hope you will find useful: