Jan 18, 2019
Amazon issues no-deal advice to UK sellers
British businesses trading on Amazon have been advised to take steps in preparation for a no deal Brexit to ensure they can continue selling to customers in the EU. The online retail giant has informed UK sellers no deal "May temporarily prevent cross-border trade." To plan for no deal, Amazon has told sellers to "Be prepared that any units in a UK fulfilment centre might not be fulfilled cross-border to EU customers." Retailers should maintain "The standard recommended minimum of four weeks of inventory coverage at all times," Amazon said. They have taken Amazon's no deal advice but at a cost to the business. In 2017, UK sellers exported around £2.3bn of goods via Amazon globally.
Make a complaint about Amazon by viewing their customer service contacts.