What is the procedure for label replacement in overseas warehouses?For cross-border e-commerce sellers, what should they do if an Amazon platform that has been operating for a long time suddenly becomes unable to sell? For novice sellers, most of them will be overwhelmed and panicked when encountering this kind of problem. At this time, the experienced merchants will tell the novices that there is nothing to fuss about, and they can return the goods and exchange labels again through overseas warehouses. On sale again. What is the procedure for changing labels in overseas warehouses? Why do I need to return it to an overseas warehouse for label replacement?
1. Enter the inventory management interface, find the product to be returned and deleted, click to create a deletion order, and click to execute.
2. Select Clear from the Clear and Destroy list, then fill in the detailed address of the overseas warehouse that receives the goods (you need to find the appropriate overseas warehouse in advance, and then obtain the detailed address of the overseas warehouse), and then select the unfinished or unfinished goods to be cleared in the lower right corner. Completed goods, enter the quantity to be cleared, click Continue to the next step.
3. Generate order information ID, which can be used to search for background order information of product clearance.
After the above operations are completed, Amazon will perform the exit process. Of course, the time for Amazon to exit the warehouse is not fixed. It may take some time to move all the warehouses. After that, the overseas warehouse rebranding operation process will begin.
1. The merchant checks the return information with the overseas warehouse in advance and sends a return forecast to the overseas warehouse personnel;
2. The overseas warehouse receives the returned package, registers the arrival information and feeds it back to the merchant;
3. The merchant issues a relabeling operation instruction based on the arrival information reflected in the overseas warehouse, and the warehouse begins operations to relabel the goods;
4. After the product processing is completed, the overseas warehouse will return the packing data to the customer, and the merchant will regenerate the Amazon outer box label based on the packing data and send it to the overseas warehouse;
5. The overseas warehouse has the outer box labeled and delivered to UPS, DHL, Fedex and other local couriers for delivery to Amazon, or the merchant uses Amazon Logistics to pick it up.
Usually, most of the inventory is accumulated by merchants on Amazon. For example, seasonal products are difficult to sell and the cost of continuing to store them on Amazon is relatively high. They can be returned to overseas warehouses for storage first, and then relabeled and put on the shelves again during the peak sales season of the next year, reducing financial pressure. . In addition, due to various account reasons, the products under the account can no longer be sold. You can also use overseas warehouses to "change faces" and continue to sell to stop losses. We often encounter merchants who ship goods directly from the factory, but during the transportation process they find that the SKU label is wrong, or the SKU barcode cannot be scanned and put on the shelves. These must be changed through overseas warehouse operations.