Inbound shipping is the cost of product shipments to Amazon for the FBA program. These fees are often paid through your Amazon account and will be automatically imported into the Inbound Shipping page under Accounting>Inbound Shipping.
This page has the following sortable columns:
- Batch Name
- Shipment Created Date
- Shipment ID
- Shipment Cost
- Box Cost
- Other Cost
The default view of this page shows all inbound shipments. The Advanced Search can be utilized to view the entries within a specific timeframe or a custom date range.
You can Export any view you select.
Box Contents Packing Lists
You can save or print packing lists for shipments retroactively from the Inbound Shipping page by clicking on the Shipment ID.
A new tab will open and your browser’s printing functions will take over. You are able to select a printer or select the save it as .PDF file, the layout, and other settings.
Note: If Box Content was turned Off for a shipment, you will not be able to access a packing list for it from Stratify.
For more information on Packing Lists, please see- Box Content - Print a Packing List
Editing Inbound Shipments
You can make changes to the shipment created date, shipment cost, box cost, and other costs for shipments on the Inbound Shipping page.
To edit these details for an inbound shipment, click the checkbox next to it. You can also click the checkboxes next to multiple shipments to edit them in bulk, or click the top checkbox to edit all the shipments at once.
Once selected, click the Action on selected button towards the top of the page, and click Edit from the menu.
A window will open on the right side of the screen where you can make changes to the selected shipment(s). Once done, click Save.
You can also click directly into the Shipment Created Date, Shipment cost, Box Cost, or Other Cost fields to make changes. They will become editable once clicked.
If you need to delete a shipment, this needs to be done directly in Seller Central by following these steps- How to Delete Working Shipments in Seller Central
Shipment Cost, Box Cost, and Other Cost
- Shipment Cost - If you did not pay for your inbound shipping through Amazon, we will not be able to automatically sync the costs for you. To track them, you can manually enter the costs in the Shipment Cost field.
- Box Cost - If you want to track the cost of your shipping boxes, you can enter it in the Box Cost field.
- Other Cost - The Other Cost field can be used to track any other associated costs for the shipment that are not automatically captured.
These totals will be tracked in the Expenses section of your Profit & Loss report.
To enter these costs, click on the amount under any of the column headings and they will become editable. They can also be entered for multiple shipments at once as detailed above.
If you pay for your shipping through Amazon but are missing your inbound shipping Shipment Cost fees, and your reconciliation period (settlement close) containing the fees has passed, view our troubleshooting articles for assistance: