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Accelerate your bottom-line growth with simple, predictable pricing for fulfillment and storage.
Simple pricing systemOnly pay for fulfillment and storage. Fulfillment fees are all inclusive of pick, pack, and ship.
Up to 50% discounts on multi-unit ordersKeep fulfillment costs low with tiered discounts on orders of two or more units.
No long-term contracts or hidden feesAvoid getting locked into long-term contracts and getting surprised by hefty surcharges and fees.
Check out our rate card to determine your fulfillment and storage fees. We offer 3 click-to-delivery (CTD) speeds.
How are fulfillment fees calculated?
Fees are based on product size, units per order and ship speed.
Are there remote area delivery fees?
Any orders shipped outside of the 48 contiguous states and Washington D.C. (such as Alaska, Hawaii, Guam, Puerto Rico, and the Virgin Islands) will incur a surcharge. The surcharge is 100% for standard sized items and 200% for oversized items. It is calculated after adding any applicable lithium battery surcharge and/or peak holiday fees.
Is there a discount on multi-unit orders?
Yes. Orders are discounted based on five tiers. Download our rate card to learn more.
Are there long-term storage fees?
Yes. Long-term storage fees apply to units that have been stored in an Amazon fulfillment center for more than 365 days. These long-term storage fees are in addition to the monthly inventory storage fee. If you submit a removal order for items before the next inventory cleanup date, those items won’t be subject to long-term storage fees. For more information, see FBA long-term storage fees (login required).
How are storage fees calculated?
Amazon charges monthly inventory storage fees for the space your inventory occupies in fulfillment centers. Here are two examples of how storage fees are calculated (login required).
How do I determine what product size tier my product belongs to?
Use the product size tier table to determine your product’s size tier.
What is block Amazon Logistics and when should I use it?
MCF uses a variety of carriers, including Amazon Logistics, to deliver products to shoppers. However, some ecommerce channels do not always allow orders to be delivered by Amazon Logistics. In these instances, MCF has added the option for merchants to block Amazon Logistics as a shipping carrier, which enables delivery through other carriers besides Amazon Logistics.
How do I block Amazon Logistics as a carrier?
You can block Amazon Logistics in one of two ways. The first way is at the account level by going to your FBA settings, then scrolling down to Multi-Channel Fulfillment settings. Blocking Amazon Logistics at the account level will remove this shipping method from all MCF orders placed after the settings change. The second way is when placing individual MCF orders via Seller Central or API. Changes to your Amazon Logistics preference when placing an individual MCF order will override your account-level preference for those orders. Note that blocking Amazon Logistics at either the account or the order level will result in a 5% surcharge, which is calculated after adding any applicable lithium battery surcharge and/or peak holiday fees.
Will MCF fulfillment fees be changed during the 2023 holiday peak period?
Yes. An MCF holiday peak fulfillment fee will be applied to all MCF shipments in the US from October 15, 2023 to January 14, 2024. You can view our holiday peak period rates here.