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Will my account have the same restock limit and storage limit?
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The restock limits and storage limits can be the same and different depending on the factors they work with, restock limit is the number of units that you can send to the warehouse while the storage limit is how many units can be stored or the physical space been allocated to you in warehouse.

Storage limits are based on volume, measured in cubic feet, and determine the fulfillment center capacity you can use. Restock limits are based on units and determine how much inventory you can send to fulfillment centers. Restock limits apply regardless of your IPI score.

The Storage limit is how much stock you can store in the Amazon warehouses and the restock limit is the how much limit you have to reach the storage limit.

Your ability to use the capacity of a fulfillment center is determined by storage restrictions, which are dependent on volume and expressed in cubic feet. How much inventory you can ship to fulfillment centers is governed by restock limitations, which are based on units. Regardless of your IPI score, restock limits apply.

Because RF orders are included in your historical and projected sales data, which is used to determine your restock limitations, the replenishment limit will increase if sales originate from Canada via RFP.

The inventory limit is the amount of inventory that can be stored in the Amazon warehouse, and the replenishment limit is the amount of limit required to reach the inventory limit.

The storage limit is the maximum amount of inventory you are permitted to store in Amazon warehouses, while the restock limit is the amount of inventory you may purchase before reaching the storage limit.

Restock limit is the minimum inventory level a company needs to maintain to avoid stockout situations. It is the threshold at which the company needs to reorder more inventory.
Storage limit, on the other hand, refers to the maximum inventory a company can store in a particular location or facility. It is the upper limit beyond which the company cannot store any more inventory.
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Restocking limit is how much stock you have to restock before you reach the storage limit.
Storage limit is how much stock you can stock in Amazon warehouses. 
The FBA storage limit outlines the total amount of cubic feet you are permitted to use to store your products in Amazon’s fulfillment facilities. It is determined every three months. The replenishment limit, meanwhile, limits the largest shipment you are permitted to send to FBA fulfillment centers and is expressed in units.

Basically restock limit depends on units like how many units you need to maintain your stock level and avoid the stockout situation and the storage limit is basically the space in cubic feet that you need in an amazon warehouse for your stock.

No, your Amazon account’s restock limit and storage limit are two separate limits that are calculated and enforced independently.

John Wiz, restock limit and storage limit are two different limits that apply to FBA inventory. Restock limit refers to the maximum amount of inventory that a seller can send to Amazon’s fulfillment centers for a specific ASIN, while storage limit refers to the maximum amount of storage space that a seller is allowed to use in Amazon’s fulfillment centers.

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