Amazon announced that FBA products are no longer subject to ASIN level instead there will be restocked limits.
Storage limits are based on volume, measured in cubic feet, and determine the fulfillment center capacity you can use.
Restock limits are based on units and determine how much inventory you can send to fulfillment centers. Restock limits apply regardless of your IPI score.
In July 2020, we announced ASIN-level quantity limits for products that are stored in our fulfillment network. We made this change to ensure that we can receive and store products for all sellers who use Fulfillment by Amazon (FBA).
We’ve heard your feedback, and are continuously improving our policies and programs to better receive and store your products.
Effective April 22, 2021, FBA products will no longer be subject to ASIN-level quantity limits. Instead, restock limits will be set at the storage-type level, offering you more flexibility in managing your shipments.
Also, Amazon claims they will continually assess its network capacity to adjust restock limits to best support your business.
You can view you restock limits by storage type and maximum shipment quantity from Inventory performance or Shipping Queue.
Ensure you monitor your restock limits over time to gain a better understanding of how frequently it updates and how volatile the limits change with each update.
If you believe your restock and inventory information isn’t correct at any point, reach out to Seller Central support to solve or better understand the issue.
As we know, Amazon continually modifies their policies to provide a better customer experience. As an Amazon seller, you need to adapt to the change, it may be quite difficult but to do so, you’ll reach better heights.
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