Amazon FBA and Flexport (previously Deliverr) - How to manage your products effectively.

Marketplace Management has the ability to interact with your FBA and FBM SKUs from Amazon and then translate those SKUs over to Flexport (previously Deliverr) for you to create your first Flexport Shipment.

You have some available options:

Option 1A:

With the single SKU set up for each listing as it exists currently, what you have to keep in mind is that you cannot prioritize your Flexport Fulfillment Center above the FBA warehouse quantity. That means that quantity will deduct from the FBA Available Quantity until it reaches zero and then the following orders will be fulfilled by Flexport. 

Option 1B:

If you do want to move forward with your FBA SKUs, you can choose to send FBA SKUs to Flexport and leave our "Enable Auto FBA" setting off within each integration tile. This is only available for non-Amazon sales channels. 

Option 2:

In order to work around not being able to prioritize using the Flexport fulfillment center above the FBA warehouse, and start prioritizing orders to Flexport for Amazon, we advise creating a new FBM listing for the SKUs that you would like orders to go to the Flexport warehouse (that were previously exclusively FBA). This can be done easily with the information we have imported from your Amazon integration.

There are two ways you can do this:

  1. You can create new FBM listings through Marketplace Management. View this video to learn how:
  2. You can create the FBM listings on Amazon directly and then have those imported into
    1. Once the listings are created on Amazon, you can manually prompt for them via Settings -> Integrations -> The Amazon integration tile. You will click "Import" in the upper right-hand corner.