We know the marketplace that Amazon offers to e-commerce businesses proves itself to be a viable option when looking to increase revenue and customer base. Using FBA Fulfillment by Amazon allows you to take advantage of Amazon Prime Memberships, free shipping offers, and other perks offered by FBA Fulfillment. All of this sounds great, right? Well, every rose has it's thorn, and that statement holds true for FBA Fulfillment.

 

The setbacks of FBA Fulfillment are found in a lack of flexibility, this means your products are required to be prepped for fulfillment upon arrival to their (Amazon's) fulfillment center. If your products are not properly prepped given Amazon FBA requirements you run the risk of being billed for noncompliance, or the inventory may be rejected entirely. This is why partnering with an experienced fulfillment partner like SunShip is necessary. We have years of experience in FBA Prep, from container unloading and repacking thousands of SKUs, to something as simple as labeling your products with the proper barcodes, we guarantee 100% compliance every time. 

 

Our FBA Prep Services Include:

  • Quality control
  • Repackaging
  • Labeling
  • Fragile item preparation
  • Loose products
  • Sold as a set
  • Boxed units
  • Poly bagged units
  • Case-packed products
  • Expiration dates
  • Adult products preparations
  • Photo documentation

Product Compliance

We ensure that every shipment meets Amazon's Packing and Prep Requirements. Laws and regulations surrounding logistics are changing every day. We work tirelessly to keep up with all updates to provide our customers with documentation that keeps their business and its assets protected.

Port of Miami

PortMiami is Big Ship Ready, with one-billion dollars of infrastructure improvements complete, including the Deep Dredge Project, which increased the channel depth to -50/-52 feet. Along with the Port Tunnel and daily on-dock rail service, all the critical links in the supply line are in place making PortMiami a global gateway. We're on the Port of Miami's E-commerce commission, which is a major part of the push for Amazon's second headquarters!
Source: Port Miami