Amazon Storage Fees
For products that have been in an Amazon fulfillment center for 6 to 12 months, sellers will be charged $11.25 per cubic foot.
Products that have been in an Amazon fulfillment center for 12 months or longer, sellers will be charged $22.50 per cubic foot.
How do I avoid long term storage fees on Amazon?
- Pricing Strategies to Avoid Long Term Storage Fees.
- Use Amazon Promotions & Sponsored Product Ads.
- Take Advantage of Free Removal Promotions.
- Manage In Stock Levels from the start.
- Time When You Send in Inventory.
- Determining Which Items to Remove.
What is Amazon storage fee?
On the 15th of each month, Fulfillment by Amazon (FBA) conducts an inventory cleanup. On these dates, inventory that has been in US fulfillment centers for more than 365 days incurs a long-term storage fee (LTSF) of $6.90 per cubic foot or a $0.15 per-unit long-term storage fee, whichever is greater.
How does Amazon storage fees work?
Storage fees are based on the daily average volume (measured in cubic feet) for the space your inventory occupies in fulfillment centers. Fees based on the weight and dimensions of a product are calculated using Amazon’s information about the weight and dimensions of that product at the time the fee is calculated.
How are storage fees calculated?
Multiply the length of the stack by its width. Multiply the length and width by the highest point of the sta, to determine the number of cubic feet of storage required. Multiply that result by the per-cubic-foot charge, if the warehouse charges by the cubic foot.