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Amazon North American stores

With an North America and Brazil Unified Account, you can conveniently switch in Seller Central between Amazon.com, Amazon.ca, Amazon.com.mx and Amazon.com.br seller tools to list products and manage orders in multiple marketplaces. You have the option to list in one, two, three, or all four of the available American marketplaces.

The North America and Brazil Unified Account allows you to more easily:

  • Share listing information and manage your inventory consistently across Amazon's U.S., Canada, Mexico, and Brazil marketplaces
  • Keep track of orders on multiple American sales channels in Manage Orders or with one combined Order Report
  • Access tools and services to help you manage your business across the U.S., Canada, Mexico, and Brazil marketplaces
  • Pay a single monthly Professional selling plan subscription fee for your American Unified Account*
  • Update account information through a consolidated user interface
  • Get paid to your local bank in your local currency thanks to the Amazon Currency Converter for Sellers

*Note: The single monthly Professional selling plan subscription fee is applied based on the Amazon marketplace to which you initially registered. For example, if you initially registered to sell on Amazon.com, your monthly subscription fee is listed on the Amazon.com Selling on Amazon Fee Schedule.

Managing Inventory in Your North America and Brazil Unified Account

When managing your Amazon inventory across Amazon's United States, Canada, Mexico and Brazil marketplaces, it is important to understand the difference between the Global SKU and the marketplace-specific SKU in Seller Central.

Global SKU

A Global SKU uses a shared inventory pool between the United States, Canada, Mexico and/or Brazil. You can create a Global SKU by selecting "Existing Offer" when you go to create an offer in Seller Central. When using a Global SKU, the total amount of inventory applies to all marketplaces. For example, if you have 100 units of inventory, it will display that there are 100 units in United States, 100 units in Canada, 100 units in Mexico, and 100 units in Brazil. The 100 applies to all four countries and DOES NOT add up to a total of 400 units. If an item sells in Canada, then all marketplaces would show 99 units available.

Note: Pricing is managed separately in each marketplace.

If you are shipping an order yourself, you should use a Global SKU to manage inventory across the United States, Canada, Mexico, and/or Brazil. Inventory fulfilled by Amazon is not eligible to list as a Global SKU. Note that if you change a Global SKU from seller-fulfilled to Amazon-fulfilled, this change will impact the SKU across every marketplace.

If you are shipping from the United States to Mexico, consider the following when choosing you shipping carrier: Not all shipping options deliver the transit speeds that Amazon customers worldwide have come to expect. For example, a recent study of orders fulfilled by sellers shipping from the United States to Mexico showed that approximately 69% of orders shipped via United States Postal Service (USPS), which uses Correos de México/Servicio Postal Mexicano (SEPOMEX) for delivery within Mexico, did not meet Amazon's international shipping transit time requirements. To provide a great customer experience on shipments from the United States to Mexico, we strongly recommend that you use other carriers (e.g., FedEx, DHL, UPS).

If you are shipping from the United States or China to Brazil, consider the following when choosing you shipping carrier Customers are responsible for paying any applicable taxes, destination duties, and customs clearance fees. In order to offer the best Customer experience it is strongly recommended to use tracked services for any international shipments to Brazil. Providing tracked services Sellers will be able to inform Customers about where their package is and when import taxes or dispatch postal fees are due. Please find more information here. To provide a great customer experience on shipments from the United States to Brazil, we strongly recommend that you use carriers that offer tracked services (e.g., FedEx, DHL, UPS). To provide a great customer experience on shipments from China to Brazil, we strongly recommend that you use carriers that offer tracked services (e.g., China Post, Yanwen).

Marketplace-specific SKU

A marketplace-specific SKU is managed as a marketplace-level inventory pool, which means you will manage distinct pools of inventory across the United States, Canada, Mexico, and Brazil. You can create a marketplace-specific SKU by selecting Unique Offer when you go to create an offer in Seller Central. The listing is managed separately in each marketplace for both inventory and pricing.

Note: If you want to list a product on more than one marketplace, but you want to fulfill it yourself in one case and fulfill by Amazon in another, you need to create separate SKUs for your seller-fulfilled and Amazon-fulfilled listings.

If you are using Fulfillment by Amazon (feature still not available in Brazil), you can use a marketplace-specific SKU and manage your inventory in Amazon fulfillment centers in the United States, Canada, Mexico and Brazil as separate pools. Please note that inventory going to U.S. fulfillment centers should be shipped from the Amazon.com section of your American Unified Account and vice versa for Canada, Mexico and Brazil. For example, if you have a FBA listing on the Canada marketplace, your "Ships from" address must be in Canada.

Note: When using inventory files in the American Unified Account, it is critical to upload a value for the quantity of available inventory units. If the quantity column is left blank, it will be read as "0" by the system and will change the original listing to display "0" available units.

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