Amazon Announces New Storage Limit Changes for FBA Sellers Starting August 16th

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ALGO Online Retail just released an article about everything you need to know about the new storage limit changes.

PEARL RIVER, N.Y. - eTradeWire -- ALGO Online Retail is a lead provider of support, training, and tools for online businesses selling brand name products on Amazon. Their team that includes Bob Schneck and Tim Hellbusch have 100+ years of e-commerce experience. Amazon just announced to their sellers that there will be new changes on storage limits. ALGO Online Retail released an article detailing everything an Amazon FBA seller needs to know about the new changes.

The main change is that the Inventory Performance Index (IPI) threshold for storage limits will increase from 400 to 500 starting August 16th. This change is an attempt to better manage fulfillment centers, receive products faster, and deliver products to customers faster. The change impacts professional seller accounts with an Inventory Performance Index (IPI) lower than 500.

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The storage limit will be uniquely calculated for each seller based on their sales volume, historical IPI statistics, and Amazon's available fulfillment center capacity. There are 6 different storage types when using Amazon fulfillment centers, but only four of them will be affected by the new change.

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