Changes to Amazon FBA fees – What sellers need to know – April 09, 2024

Posted by Jimi Patel | April 9, 2024

Amazon will be adjusting the monthly inventory storage fees starting from April 1, 2024. Off-peak monthly inventory storage fees for standard-size products (January-September) will be reduced by $0.09 per cubic foot. This change will be reflected in May 2024 charges for storage that occur in April 2024. There will be no changes to off-peak monthly inventory storage fees for large bulky or extra-large products and peak monthly inventory storage fees for standard-size, large bulky, and extra-large products.

Storage utilization surcharge changes
Beginning April 1, 2024, Amazon will introduce more granular fee tiers to the storage utilization surcharge and will start applying the fee to Professional sellers with a storage utilization ratio above 22 weeks. Products auto-replenished by Amazon Warehousing and Distribution will be eligible for a storage utilization surcharge waiver starting June 1, 2024.

Aged inventory surcharge changes
Effective February 15, 2024, the aged inventory surcharge for inventory stored between 271 to 365 days will increase. Surcharges will remain unchanged for inventory stored between 181 to 270 days and inventory stored 365 days or more.

These changes aim to optimize storage efficiency and ensure fair pricing for sellers utilizing Amazon’s fulfillment services.

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Published by Jimi Patel

Jimi Patel, is a Co-founder and CEO at eStore Factory, an Amazon SPN certified agency that serves as a one-stop solution for all your Amazon business needs. Having helped countless brands increase sales and grow their footprint on Amazon, Jimi provides the most practical and effective solutions for your business. He is highly skilled in developing and executing plans that align with your specific business goals and objectives. When not working, Jimi enjoys practicing yoga and traveling to new places. He is an avid reader and enjoys staying up-to-date on the latest trends and developments in the e-commerce industry.

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