This article applies to selling in: Australia

Amazon-fulfilled inventory

The Inventory Amazon Fulfills page provides a view of FBA inventory exclusively. The page is currently deprecated and will be retired in the near future. You can view the same information by adjusting your filters and preferences on the Manage Inventory page.

In addition to the SKU, product name, condition, and price, you can view the following information for all of your FBA inventory on the Inventory Amazon Fulfills page:

  • Inbound displays the quantity of that product in assigned to shipping plans, in transit to fulfilment centres, or being processed at the fulfilment centre.
  • Fulfillable displays the quantity of that product available to deliver to customers.
  • Unfulfillable displays the quantity of that product that is currently in fulfilment centres, but not in a condition that can be sold.
  • Reserved displays that quantity of that product that is:
    • Being processed at the fulfilment centre
    • Is associated with a pending customer order
    • is being delivered to another fulfilment centre
  • Fee preview displays the estimated fees for the product once it is sold.
  • Unit volume displays the volume of the product as it relates to FBA storage fees.

How to archive an FBA inventory

When a product is no longer in stock and has no inbound, fulfillable, unfulfillable, or reserved units in the inventory, you can archive the listing. Archiving a listing is similar to the closing a listing feature, which is available on the Manage Inventory page. For more information, refer to the help page Manage inventory.

  1. Select the products that you want to archive.
  2. Select Archive Items from the Apply to Selected menu.

To relist the item:

  1. Select the products that you want to relist.
  2. Select Unhide Item or Send/Replenish Inventory from the Apply to Selected menu.
    • Unhide Item will restore the listing.
    • Send/replenish inventory will relist the product and begin the steps to create a new shipping plan.
    Note: If a customer returns a product after you have archived it, it will unarchive automatically.

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