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Amazon Virtual Tours – What happens when you sell with FBA

By Chris Dawson May 17, 2021 - 12:55 pm

Amazon fulfilment centre tours are immensely popular, but COVID-19 has put a stop to them for the past year. Now you can take Amazon Virtual Tours which last an hour. They are fascinating and you’ll get to see what happens to the products that you sell through Amazon FBA from the moment they arrive at the FC to the moment they’re shipped out to customers.

If you’ve ever wanted to see inside one of Amazon’s massive fulfilment centres, Amazon Virtual Tours will let you see what it’s like to work inside the facilities, how products are received, stored, packed and shipped. Visitors will also get a glimpse of the great technology and people at the centre of Amazon – watch out for the truly amazing SLAM machine which literally blows shipping labels onto parcels as they whiz past on conveyors.

Amazon Virtual Tours last about an hour hour and will be hosted by Amazon tour leaders. They combine 360-degree footage, video, and live broadcasts from multiple Fulfilment Centres to replicate the experience of an in-person tour. It also includes interactive Q&A where you can have all your questions, answered.

Live virtual tours are available every weekday (except Wednesdays) at 11:30 am and 2 pm.

However if you can’t make an Amazon Virtual Tour, there’s still no need to miss out. You can see inside Amazon in this 10-minute video tour, which takes you behind the scenes at some of Amazon’s FCs to see what happens to your products when you sell on Amazon.

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