Amazon Logistics now mandatory for Seller Fulfilled Prime sellers

By Dan Wilson April 25, 2016 - 5:16 pm

According to a recent blog post from XSellco, Amazon is muscling in even further to fulfilment. This time by making Amazon Logistics a mandatory option for sellers using Seller Fulfilled Prime (SFP). You can read the blog post in question here.

There are also changes in Germany. Here’s what XSellco say: “Amazon has added itself as a mandatory carrier on Seller-Fulfilled Prime (SFP) – making Amazon Logistics the only option for UK sellers. It has also made parcel delivery company DPD the mandatory carrier for SFP in Amazon Germany.”

And as they also note: “Amazon is not yet covering all UK postal codes, meaning sellers will still have multiple options for some destinations.”

We’d be interested to see how this affects you. It’s a good example of how Amazon can change the rules as it wishes to its own benefit in a way that may well have a detrimental impact on it’s own 3p se

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