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📢 Important Update: Low-Inventory Cost Coverage Fee (Pan-EU) 📢

by Ezra_Amazon

Hello All Sellers,

Effective April 1, 2024, a new fee, the Low-Inventory Cost Coverage Fee (Pan-EU), will be implemented for standard-size products under the Pan-European FBA program.

This fee addresses the challenges posed by consistently low inventory levels relative to customer demand and will apply to units that are shipped across Germany, France, Italy and Spain.

📝 Key Points:

  • Fee Application: This fee applies to products with historical inventory levels below 28 days relative to historical demand. It is charged when both the long-term (last 90 days) and short-term (last 30 days) inventory days of supply fall below this threshold.
  • Exclusions: Certain sellers and products are exempt from this fee, including new sellers to the Pan-European FBA program, new product listings, and products with low sales volume.
  • Calculation: The fee is determined based on the product's size tier and historical days of supply. Detailed rates can be found on the Fee Details section of the help page.
  • Impact: Sellers can monitor their historical days of supply via the Fulfilment by Amazon inventory page. Adjustments to inventory levels can help mitigate or avoid the fee.

For more details, including fee rates and frequently asked questions, visit the help page Low-inventory cost coverage fee (Pan-EU)

🔍 How to Check Your Historical Days of Supply:

To view your historical days of supply metric, navigate to the Fulfilment by Amazon inventory page and click on "Details" in the Historical Days of Supply column.

Stay informed to ensure smooth operations under the Pan-European FBA program. Your understanding and cooperation are greatly appreciated.

[For an overview of all 2024 EU selling fee changes, go to the 2024 EU Fee Changes Summary page.]

Thank you for being a part of our community!

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