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Minimum Inventory Threshold

It is important to maintain an inventory that covers at least four weeks of expected demand across Europe. Doing so provides the best chance for a next-day delivery promise. To help you with this, we are providing Minimum Inventory Threshold recommendations for your best-selling Pan-European FBA products.

The threshold accounts for seasonal demand, historical sales and other key data. To make it as useful as possible, recommendations are only provided for your products that we have identified as having stable demand and high sales.

To see your recommendations and current inventory levels, go to Restock Inventory and click on the Minimum Threshold Inventory flag. You can also see this information by downloading the Minimum Inventory Threshold Report directly, or from Restock Inventory.

Note: the quantities listed in the report are not the weekly expected demand, although this data is used to calculate minimum inventory thresholds.
Note:
  • While the Minimum Inventory Threshold is based on four weeks of inventory, you can further optimise your sales and delivery by maintaining six to eight weeks of inventory.
  • The threshold does not take your merchant-fulfilled stock into account.
  • Reorder recommendations on threshold-eligible products in Restock Inventory have been adjusted to accommodate the expected need for more inventory.
  • Recommendations are not a guarantee of future results, and sellers remain responsible for determining their prices and inventory levels.

If you have questions or comments, send an email to eu-stockmanagement@amazon.com.

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