How Amazon Assign Restock Limits?

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    Riz
    Beginner
    AL

    Can someone please let me know what is the criteria for Amazon to Assign restock limits, as each account has different restock limits?

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      Adam
      Beginner
      US

      Well Riz!! Amazon assigns different restock limits to each account.

      Stephen
      Enhanced
      none

      Amazon assigns different restock limits to each account, as per research there is no specific criteria for assigning restock limits

      melissaablunt
      Beginner
      US

      yes, It will totally depend on amazon recently I see 2 cases my senior launched 2 different products in 2 different accounts in one account amazon assigned 1000 units limit, and in the second account, amazon allow 5000 units limit so it will be up to amazon to assign restock limits.

      Barden John
      Beginner
      none

      Each account has a separate restock limit set by Amazon. Restock limits are determined by storage type and distributed throughout your ASINs based on your historical and projected sales.

      Jason
      Enhanced
      none

      Yes, it’s true that each account on Amazon has different restock limit and it depends on Amazon to decide this, there’s no criteria for it.

      Satoru
      Enhanced
      JP

      Initially, this limit can be around 5000, but with your selling performance, returns, etc. Amazon will evaluate how much restock limit, and space you need, and ultimately assign you fewer or more units.

      Sylvester
      Ultimate
      US

      Restock limits are assigned differently for each account by Amazon, and research indicates there are no specific criteria for assigning restock limits.

      Anna Norah
      Beginner
      GB

      Amazon assigns restock limits according to the IPI score of your account and sales across each of your ASINs available in your account.

      John Aly
      Enhanced
      none

      Amazon assigns restock limits to sellers in order to regulate inventory levels and prevent overselling. These limits are based on several factors, including the seller’s performance history, inventory turnover rate, and fulfillment methods. Sellers with a history of consistently selling products in a timely manner and maintaining accurate inventory levels may have higher restock limits. Conversely, sellers with a history of slow sales or overstocking may have lower restock limits.

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