Air Cushions: Added as needed for extra support to all outgoing shipments, free of additional charge.
Bill of Lading: Receipt for goods contained in the shipment given to the consignee by the carrier.
Bundling: Combining multiple single units, or multiple pieces, into one sellable unit.
Carton: Outermost shipping box.
Case-Packed: All products within the carton match in SKU and quantity.
Client: a person or organization using the services of a lawyer or other professional person or company.
Consignee OR Importer of Record: The owner/purchaser of the goods, and financially responsible party.
Customs Broker: Professional to facilitate the forwarding of goods through customs.
Detailed Inspection: Opening the product packaging and inspecting using specific instructions. Requires opening the product packaging and handling the product itself.
Duty Fees (Tax, Tariffs): Based on the total value of your goods, duty fees will need to be paid by the Consignee/Importer of Record upon import into the country.
FBA: is a process that identifies specific target behavior, the purpose of the behavior, and what factors maintain the behavior that is interfering with the student’s educational progress.
FNSKU: Amazon Product Label, (Fulfillment Network Stock Keeping Unit).
Freight Forwarder: Facilitates the forwarding of shipments from port to receiving destination.
Inner Carton: Contained within Master Cartons, usually used with small products to offer additional layer of protection.
Inserts: Coupons, fliers, thank you notes, user manuals, etc.
Labels: Any sticker to be applied to your product packaging.
Master Carton: Outmost shipping box containing multiple inner cartons of products.
Mixed-Sku (Individual Units): Carton contains one or more different products and in different quantities.
Multipack: Multiple identical products sold together.
Poly Bags: Thin plastic pouch used to protect goods.
Processing: Receiving, inspecting, counting, re-packing, weighing, measuring, and shipping your order.
Product Content Verification: Verifying the presence of specific features, pieces, and/or quality. Requires opening the product packaging and handling the product itself.
Product Packaging: The outermost product packaging your customer would see.
Pushed: Added to another shipment
Receiver: The party responsible for accepting the delivery from the supplier.
Reconcile: restore friendly relations between.
Replacement Product Packaging: Extra product packages/plastic casing sent in addition to or after your total expected quantity.
Sorting: Itemizing/configuring your order based on your shipping plan.
Supplier: Manufacturer of your products/packaging/inserts, etc.
Ultimate Consignee: Third-party receiver of goods entering the country, prior to sale.
UPC: Universal Product Code. This generic barcode will be covered by the FNSKU in most instances.
Way Bill: Itemized list of goods in a particular shipment.