The information on this page that relates to Fulfilment by Amazon (FBA) applies to those who sell in the UK . To list and sell your products in any of our other stores, go to Amazon Global Selling.
FBA Shipping Programmes and Export (‘FBA Export’) allows you to fulfil orders of eligible products on Amazon.co.uk to a postal address that is not within the UK. With this programme, you can expand your business to more than 80 countries without dealing with the complexities of selling internationally, at no additional cost or effort for you.
By participating in FBA Export, you agree to the programme’s terms and conditions.
FBA Shipping Programmes and Export offers the following two options:
Your seller account is automatically enrolled in Worldwide, unless you disable this programme.
By enrolling in Worldwide FBA Export, you authorise Amazon and its affiliates to export goods from the UK (including sign a commercial invoice) on your behalf, as required. This commercial invoice will itemise and describe the contents of the dispatch, and authorise brokers and other third parties to execute additional documents necessary for the export of your products.
Certain items are controlled for export under the laws of the U.S., the UK, the European Union and Individual European Union Member States, and cannot be listed for FBA Export.
Items typically cannot be listed for FBA Export for the following reasons:
For more information on export controls and regulations, go to the List of export controls and regulations section below.
FBA Export settings are store specific. To edit your FBA Export settings, take the following steps in Seller Central:
To view a list of products from your FBA inventory that are eligible for FBA Export, take the following steps:
You can view the list, even if you have FBA Export disabled. We update this report regularly, so check back for exportable products.
The Exportable Inventory report helps you identify your products that are eligible for FBA Export, fulfil your international orders, handle import duty and customs clearance where applicable, and dispatch your product to the international buyer’s address.
The following statuses will appear in the report for products that are restricted from international delivery or that are pending review:
If you have concerns that distribution agreements might limit where your products can be sold overseas, you can opt out of FBA Export, exclude certain products from the programme or exclude countries and destinations from export.
To exclude an ASIN from this programme, go to the Shipping programmes and export settings page. On this page, you can also exclude all of your products from being exportable to any country.
To view a sales report for your FBA exports, do the following:
To view your international orders, you can filter the report by the dispatch-to destination country.
For API Sellers, the enumeration value is _GET_AMAZON_FULFILLED_SHIPMENTS_DATA_.
Multi-Channel Fulfilment orders can be exported to European countries that are supported by FBA. Worldwide export orders, including Media products, are not supported by Multi-Channel Fulfilment orders. For international Multi-Channel Fulfilment orders, you must identify the destination country when you submit the order.
The online Multi-Channel Fulfilment Order form has a drop-down menu listing the countries available for FBA Export. For a list of countries supported by Amazon, go to Which country/countries can I deliver my products to?
When processing customer returns for units fulfilled via FBA export, Amazon’s FBA Return Policy is used to determine whether a unit is eligible to be returned. You do not pay any shipping cost for FBA Export customer returns.
With FBA Export, Amazon provides fulfilment and customer service for your orders, including processing buyer returns. We use Amazon’s return policies to determine whether a unit is eligible to be returned. However, to ensure a good buyer experience, we will make case-by-case exceptions and accept returns for units fulfilled through FBA that may be past the stated return timeframe. You do not pay any shipping costs for FBA Export customer returns.
When a buyer returns a product, the standard Amazon returns policy will be followed. If the returned product is received in sellable condition, it will be returned to the original seller’s inventory. If the returned product is not in sellable condition, we will determine who is at fault (Amazon or the buyer) and provide reimbursement according to the FBA lost and damaged inventory reimbursement policy.
The buyer must pay the return shipping costs if there is no product defect. If there is a product defect, the buyer pays and ships the product back to Amazon’s warehouse. We will compensate the buyer for the actual return shipping cost when the parcel is received. You do not pay any shipping costs for FBA Export customer returns.
For more information, go to FBA customer returns policy.
EU COUNCIL REGULATION (EC) No 428/2009 of 5 May, 2009
COMMON MILITARY LIST OF THE EUROPEAN UNION
EU COUNCIL REGULATION 338/97 on the protection of species of wild fauna and flora
EU COUNCIL REGULATION 116/2009 on the export of cultural goods
EU COUNCIL REGULATION 1236/2005 concerning trade in certain goods which could be used for capital punishment, torture or other cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment
EU COUNCIL REGULATION 833/2014
EU REGULATION 1005/2009 on substances that deplete the Ozone layer
EU REGULATION 842/2006 concerning certain fluorinated greenhouse gases
EU COUNCIL REGULATION 689/2008 concerning the export and import of dangerous chemicals
EU COUNCIL REGULATION 111/2005
EU COUNCIL REGULATION 2017/821
UK Export Control Order 2008
UK Export of Radioactive Sources (Control) Order 2006
German Foreign Trade and Payments Act (AWG)
German Foreign Trade and Payments Ordinance (AVW)
German War Weapons Control Act (KWKG)
French Decree n°2001-1192 of 13 December, 2001
French Decree n°2012-901 of 20 July, 2012
Italian Law No. 93 of 1997 and Italian Law No. 185 of 1990
Italian Legislative Decree no. 221/2017
Spanish Royal Decree 679/2014 of 1 August, 2014
U.S. Export Administration Regulations (EAR)
U.S. International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR)
Your products can be exported to the following EU countries: Germany, France, Belgium, Croatia, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Spain, Italy, Portugal, Ireland, Austria, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Greece, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia and Sweden.
In addition, your products can be exported to the following international countries: Argentina, Australia, Bahrain, Bermuda, Brazil, Canada, Chile, China, Colombia, Costa Rica, Ecuador, Egypt, Guadeloupe, Hong Kong, Iceland, India, Indonesia, Israel, Japan, Jordan, Kazakhstan, Kenya, Korea, Kuwait, Liechtenstein, Macao, Malaysia, Mexico, New Zealand, Nigeria, Norway, Oman, Panama, Peru, Philippines, Saudi Arabia, Serbia, Singapore, South Africa, Switzerland, Taiwan, Thailand, Trinidad and Tobago, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom, United States, Uruguay, Venezuela.
No. Your FBA products will only be available for sale on the Amazon stores on which you have listed your products.
You are solely responsible for the calculation, invoicing, reporting and payment of all duties, taxes, surveys or other deductions, as well as any necessary Intrastat declarations. If you are unsure of your VAT obligations, we strongly recommend that you verify the implications of these obligations with your local tax office or contact your tax adviser.
Yes. Once you’ve enabled FBA Export, international customers and customers outside of Amazon stores will be able to shop and purchase your eligible products from Amazon.co.uk.
|Cross-border fulfilment programmes||Reach (countries)||Your cost (FBA)||Delivery (days)||I’m using Pan-European FBA or EFN. Should I still enable FBA Export?|
|FBA Export||80||Domestic fee||1 to 12 days||Yes|
|Pan-European FBA||4*||Domestic fee||Prime|
|European Fulfilment Network (EFN)||Up to 4*||EFN fee (Domestic + cross-border fee)||3 to 5 days|