What are the charging standards for FBA shipping in Canada?Generally, Amazon FBA will incur order processing fees, product packaging fees, package handling fees, storage fees and other fees. FBA fee = monthly storage fee + storage inventory placement service fee + execution fee. On the Amazon platform, many Canadian sellers will choose Amazon FBA to deliver goods to better operate their stores. So what are the charging standards for FBA shipping in Canada? How much is the Canadian FBA fee?
There are two logistics methods for Canadian FBA shipping: FCL packing and LCL.
1. The charging standard for LCL
The charges for LCL include ocean freight, destination port agency and warehouse fees, customs clearance fees, Canadian agency operating fees, destination port handling fees, customs duties and delivery fees, and Canadian customs require import companies to provide BN numbers and pay GST: 5%---Fixed.
The above is a single-ticket customs declaration; the transportation method of booking a truck into the warehouse, because there is no arrangement for customs declaration and collection and delivery, so it will be better guaranteed in terms of timeliness!
2. The charging standard for FCL packing
The charging standard for FCL includes various miscellaneous fees at the domestic port of departure, such as customs declaration fees, wharf fees, document fees thc, booking fees, etc., as well as sea freight, customs clearance fees, Canadian agency operating fees, and destination port surcharges. fees, delivery charges and duties. Canadian Customs requires importing companies to provide BN numbers and pay GST: 5% --- fixed.
Generally, Amazon FBA will incur order processing fees, product packaging fees, package handling fees, storage fees and other fees.
FBA fee = monthly storage fee + storage inventory placement service fee + execution fee
Monthly warehouse storage fee = (quantity of goods requiring 6-month long-term storage fee) x (unit volume of goods) x (monthly storage fee per cubic meter)
Long-term storage fee = (quantity of goods subject to long-term storage fee within a certain period of time) x (quantity of cargo units) x (long-term storage fee per cubic meter during the same period)
Execution fee = sorting and packaging fee + order processing fee + weighing processing fee
The specific charging standard for each item will also be calculated according to clothing, large-scale products, etc.
Usually the second half of the year is the peak season for shipments to the United States and Canada. At the same time, it is also accompanied by various warehouse explosions, port congestion, and worker strikes. The resulting delivery time will be longer, and the delivery fee may also be increased. Set aside a certain amount of time and space.
Remarks: The above content is only an internal opinion and is for reference only.