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Amazon Brexit Selling Partner Guide

By Chris Dawson November 21, 2020 - 10:00 am

Download Button for Amazon Brexit Selling Partner GuideThe Amazon Brexit Selling Partner Guide is a practical guide to assist you in preparing your Amazon Business for Brexit. It will walk you through everything you need to know from the basic implications of Brexit on your business to how to prepare for a customs border with tariffs and VAT. It also contains invaluable guidance for both Amazon FBA sellers and Merchant Fulfilled sellers so no matter what your selling status this guide contains exactly what you need to know.

Created by Amazon, the Amazon Brexit Selling Partner Guide is a free download from the Amazon website so grab your copy today.

Amazon Brexit Selling Partner Guide Chapters

  1. Introduction
    1. Implications of Brexit on European Selling
    2. Safeguarding your EU Sales from January 1, 2021
    3. Pan-European FBA
  2. Preparing for a Customs Border
    1. Registering for VAT
      i) Managing European Taxes (VAT)
      ii) VAT Services on Amazon
      iii) 2020 Promotion: Free 12-month Subscription

    2. Onboarding with a Customs Broker
      i) Registering for EORI

    3. Preparing your Shipment Documentation
      i) Recording Harmonised System (HS) Codes
      ii) Providing Country of Origin information
  3. Shipment and Inventory Management
    1. Enabling Multi-Country Inventory (MCI) Settings
    2. Shipment Creation: Multi-Country Inventory (MCI)
      i) Send to Amazon
      ii) Creating Shipments in Bulk

    3. Inventory Management
      i) Inventory Planning: The Restock Inventory Tool
      ii) Managing Multiple Inventory Pools
      iii) Managing Pan-European FBA Inventory
  4. Merchant Fulfilled Network (MFN)
    1. MFN Requirements
    2. How to pay Duties
    3. How to Modify Delivery Times
      i) Modifying Transit Times
      ii) Modifying Handling Times

    4. MFN Returns

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