With the rising emergence of Amazon FBA hubs opening up around the world. We play a key role in connecting the dots between locations for freight forwarding goods from suppliers to amazon sellers and onwards to hubs.
We have a great understanding of this model and Small and Light services and we’ve specialised. Our FBA processing and understand the importance of a speedy turn around for your needs.
With our AOE accreditation as a trustworthy freight forwarder so your products will arrive in the UK quickly and easily when you use our particularly tailored services.
Through our bonded warehouse locations in the UK . We process 200+ tons of supplies weekly going to and from the UK for Amazon FBA. We’ll work hard to have your FBA goods moving within 24 hours of clearance.
What is Amazon FBA?
It’s Fulfillment by Amazon, or FBA, is a service that Amazon offers. To automate seller order fulfillment and shipping.
It handles shipping, packing, returns, and storage in Amazon warehouses. A highly advanced fulfillment network.
It can help you expand your business and reach more traffic.
The service can help you save money on warehouse, shipping, packing, and many other expenses. These services are used by over 45% of Amazon sellers in the UK.
The service has enjoyed an increasing acceptance rate from UK sellers over time. This is why it has grown more than 10% per year. Amazon currently operates more than 21 FBA distribution facilities in the UK.
The Amazon warehouse with 1 million square feet is the largest in Britain. It is situated in Dunfermline, Scotland. It has more than 1,000 permanent employees and is the equivalent of fourteen football pitches.
Amazon launched the FBA program in the year 2006 in order to let small businesses make use of its own fulfillment network. In essence, the online retailer was looking to share its model of business with third-party sellers, and enable them to make huge profits.
Fulfillment provided by Amazon is continuously evolving and adapting to meet the demands of customers in the UK and around the world. Being up to date with the latest developments and the demands of the market helps companies keep up to date with their game. For instance, in the year 2020 Amazon introduced the integration of its inventory.