You can use the tools on the Manage Inventory page for routine inventory management tasks, including specific FBA tasks such as creating a shipping plan or submitting Multi-Channel Fulfillment orders. You can also set filters and preferences to create customized displays of your FBA inventory.
On the Manage Inventory page, you can:
For more information, see Manage Inventory.
You can quickly filter your list to show only your FBA inventory.
To sort your FBA inventory, click a column header.
You can add and remove columns, including columns displaying information specific to your FBA inventory, by setting your preferences.
For more information about preferences, see "Setting your preferences" in Manage Inventory.
The Manage Inventory page is the first step in many common FBA inventory tasks. You begin by selecting the inventory that you want, and then, on the Action on selected menu, choose one of the following:
When you send inventory to Amazon for fulfillment, you need to change the fulfillment method to Fulfilled by Amazon. For more information, see List Products for Fulfillment by Amazon.
You can change the Fulfilled by setting to specify that you fulfill the product yourself.
When you want to send inventory to Amazon for fulfillment, you begin by creating a shipping plan. For more information, see Send FBA inventory to Amazon.
You can set alerts that let you know when you're running low on inventory. For more information, see Replenishment Alerts.
Quickly match the current lowest prices on Amazon for the products you offer. For more information, see Match Low Price.
Have your non-sellable inventory in Amazon fulfillment centers either returned to you or disposed of. For more information, see Remove Inventory.
Submit an order you received through another sales channel for fulfillment by Amazon. For more information, see Submit or Cancel a Multi-Channel Fulfillment Order.
Print Amazon product labels for selected inventory. For more information, see Label FBA Inventory.
You may close a listing at any time, up until the time it is purchased. This action does not remove the record from your inventory. For more information, see Manage Inventory.
When you delete a listing, the SKU and all sales history and product information are permanently removed from your seller account. For more information, see Manage Inventory.
You can advertise your listing by using Sponsored Products, an advertising service that helps you promote the products you list on Amazon. For more information see Amazon Sponsored Products.
Across the top of the Manage Inventory page are links to additional views and tasks, some of which apply specifically to FBA inventory.
Return to a view of all of your inventory.
Suppressed listings are those listings that do not meet minimum Amazon standards. For more information, see Suppressed Listings.
Identify opportunities to improve your listings by reviewing the messages in the Enhancement column, and then use that information to update your listing. For more information, see Enhance Your Listings.
Create removal orders for unfulfillable inventory. For more information, see Remove Inventory from Fulfillment Centers.
Stranded inventory is inventory in a fulfillment center that does not have an active offer on Amazon. For more information, see Fix Stranded Inventory.
Update prices on any active listings, either one by one or in batches. For more information, see Manage Inventory.
Provides a view of FBA inventory exclusively. For more information, see Amazon-fulfilled inventory.
Review information about the status of each of your shipments, including shipping plans you're currently working on, those in transit and at the fulfillment center, and all deleted, canceled, or closed shipments. For more information, see Track Your Shipment (Shipping Queue).