Setting up an Amazon Logistics Integration
This page will help you set up an integration for Amazon Logistics within StoreFeeder
Before you can ship orders using Amazon Logistics, you will need to login to your Amazon Seller account and agree to the Amazon logistics terms and conditions which can be found here:
You can find assistance with this on Seller Central:
Additionally, we recommend doing smaller pickwaves for logistics orders due to restrictions with amazon API. We typically recommend around 20 orders per pickwave.
Integrating StoreFeeder with Amazon Logistics as one of your couriers is a simple process. Just follow the instructions below and you should be up and running in no time.
You will need to add packaging size dimensions to your packaging sizes in StoreFeeder as well as ensuring that all of your products have packaging sizes assigned to them.
To add the packaging size dimensions, go to Settings>Shipping Configuration>Packaging Sizes and enter the packaging dimensions in millimeters into the 'Height', 'Width' and 'Length' fields as shown in the image below. You will need to add dimensions to all existing packaging sizes that you will be using to ship orders through Amazon Logistics.
If you do not have packaging sizes set against your products, you will need to add one to every product that will be shipped via Amazon Logistics. You can add packaging sizes to products individually by clicking 'Edit' on a product and then the 'Additional Information' tab. In the 'Size & Shipping Details' section, you can select the packaging size and enter the packaging quantity. For more information on packaging sizes, see this knowledgebase.
The packaging sizes can be added to your products in bulk using the Product Import / Export Feature.
Adding The Amazon Logistics Integration
Now that the warehouse and product information has been set up in StoreFeeder for use with Amazon Logistics, you will need to add the integration itself.
To add the integration, navigate to the 'Integration Manager' page by clicking 'Settings' in the top corner of the page and click the 'New Integration' button as circled below.
Select the integration type of 'Courier'...
...and select 'Amazon Logistics' from the list.
You can now set the channel profile information. The 'Profile Name' will default to 'Amazon Logistics (Beta).It is recommended that you leave this as the profile name until the Amazon Logistics Integration is out of Beta.
To add the integration, click the 'Add Integration' button.
You will now see the 'Integration Details' page for the courier.
You need to enter 'N/A' into both the 'API Username' and 'API Password' fields.The Amazon Logistics will use the credentials associated with your Amazon Channel Integration.
Company Identity – You must set a company identity against your integration. If you need to add a Company Identity, you can do this by going to Settings > Company > Company Identities and clicking New Company Identity.
Click the 'Save' button once you have added this information.
Shipping Method and Shipping Rules Setup
Now that the integration is active in StoreFeeder, you will need to add the shipping methods and shipping rules which will be applied to orders from Amazon Logistics.
You will need to add shipping methods, with the service code of Amazon Logistics service you want to use, we have provided a dropdown list of the most common services for you to choose from. If this is left blank we will automatically choose the cheapest service returned by Amazon that is valid for your account.
You do also have the ability to force a certain service by choosing it in the dropdown, care should be taken here as if the service doesn't meet Amazons PDD then you will get a "No Eligible Services" message and you may have to change the shipping method on the order to despatch.
This list is not complete so you also have the ability to type in your own service code. We will update the services below as they come up and if they are common enough they will be added to the dropdown.
The below services are for using Amazon Logistics themselves as the courier:
UK Next - prime-premium-uk-mfn
UK Second - econ-uk-mfn
If your Amazon Logistics account has been set up to return Royal Mail labels you can also use the following services (Please ensure you are set up to use them on Royal Mail):
Royal Mail Tracked 24 - ROYAL_MFN_TRACKED_24
Royal Mail Tracked 48 - ROYAL_MFN_TRACKED_48
Royal Mail 24 (Large Letter) (CRL) - ROYAL_MAIL_RM24_FC_LL
Royal Mail 48 (Parcel) (CRL) - ROYAL_MAIL_RM48_SC_P
Royal Mail 24 Flat Rate (Parcel) (PPF) - ROYAL_MAIL_RM24_FC_FRS_P
Royal Mail 48 Flat Rate (Parcel) (PPF) - ROYAL_MAIL_RM48_SC_FRS_P
And if you are using DPD with Amazon you can use the below service codes with "Requires Signature" field set to on:
DPD 24 - DPD_UK_MFN_PARCEL
DPD Saturday - DPD_UK_MFN_PARCEL_SAT
To add the shipping method first go to Settings>Shipping Configuration>Shipping Methods and click on the 'New Shipping Method' button.
Select 'Amazon Logistics' from your list of couriers...
...and select 'Courier API' as the shipping format.
Enter a 'Profile Name' and a 'Shipping Cost' for the shipping method then click the 'Add Shipping Method' button.
You will see the 'Edit Shipping Methods' page. You will need to enter the service code you will be using into the 'Service Code' field and click the 'Save' button.
Now that you have created your shipping methods, you will need to create shipping rules in StoreFeeder that will direct orders to be shipped with Amazon Logistics.
The following knowledgebase article will help you with creating new shipping rules or altering existing rules.Shipping Rule Tester to check that your rules are affecting the orders that you want them to.
StoreFeeder is now ready to begin processing Amazon Logistics orders and the postage paid label will be produced for you at the point of despatch.
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