|Definition||Product dimensions and volume are measures of the product’s size when fully packaged and ready to ship in accordance with FBA policies and requirements.|
|Using this article||Product dimensions and volume are critical inputs to determining the product size tier. Along with product weight, dimensions are used to calculate a variety of FBA fees, including storage fees, fulfilment fees and returns processing fees. This article shows you how to determine the dimensions and volume of your items.|
|Fees that use this attribute||FBA Prep Service fees|
For new products, determine the dimensions and volume by measuring your fully packaged product.
Product volume = longest side x median side x shortest side
Storage fees are based on cubic feet in the UK. To convert the product volume from cubic centimetres to cubic feet, divide the volume by 28,316.84 cubic centimetres (30.48 cm x 30.48 cm x 30.48 cm = 28,316.84), which is the equivalent of 1 cubic foot.
Storage fees are based on cubic metres in the EU. To convert the product volume from cubic centimetres to cubic metres, divide the volume by 1,000,000 cubic centimetres (100 cm x 100 cm x 100 cm = 1,000,000), which is the equivalent of 1 cubic metre.
For existing products, you can look up your product volume and dimensions.
If you have stored a product as FBA inventory, you can look up your product volume and dimensions using the Monthly Storage Fee report:
For products that are currently to be sold on Amazon but that you don’t sell yet, you can look up the product dimensions in order to calculate the volume using the Revenue Calculator:
Let’s say a unit measures 45 x 25 x 12 cm3: