This article applies to selling in: United Kingdom

How to Manage Your Inventory and Listings Using Multi-Country Inventory

When you enable Multi-Country Inventory(MCI), you will be able to send inventory into any of Amazon's European fulfilment centres.  In the Shipment Creation Workflow you will be able to choose from the available countries to send inventory using the drop down selector in the “Create Plan” stage of the workflow.

Note: You will need to create one inbound shipment per country. This inventory will be considered a single pool of European Inventory so that when you run out-of-stock in one country you can secure customer sales by using inventory physically located in another European fulfilment centre.

We recommend adding a suffix to your product’s Merchant SKU to indicate in which marketplace the inventory physically resides.

Managing Listings using Multi-Country Inventory

When listing in Amazon’s other European Marketplaces, you must also list in your home marketplace. This is the marketplace where you first registered your account.

Removing Inventory using Multi-Country Inventory

Amazon provides a service to remove inventory across borders at any time. Learn how to Create Cross-Border Removal Order using a Removal Order File.

Other Considerations

Please note that you are and remain solely responsible for complying with all applicable laws in each local marketplace in which you offer your products, as well as any obligations towards Amazon, in particular those contained in an applicable seller services agreement, such as the following:

Note: Storing inventory in other countries may trigger additional VAT obligations for your business such as a registration need in the target country. The Amazon Services Europe Business Solutions Agreement further outlines tax matters considerations and you can consult outside sources such as the European Commission to learn more about how VAT works.

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