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Learn How Ship Products To A FBA Warehouse…In Canada!

I’ll take you from start to finish covering what products we bought, how to list them, how to create a shipment and, most importantly, how to find the MOST COMPETITIVE SHIPPING RATES.

Whether you live in Canada, the USA, United Kingdom or anywhere around the globe, this video will give you everything you need to know to successfully create and send a shipment to a Canadian FBA warehouse.

We are full time Amazon.com sellers and moved to Quebec City, Canada in December 2015. And we are going to show you just how easy, but different, it is to begin selling your products in the Canadian Marketplace…FBA of course!

Really, it comes down to 5 steps which you’ll learn in this video:

– Becoming eligible to sell internationally (http://services.amazon.com/global-selling/registration-requirements.htm)

– Adding products to your inventory

– Creating your shipment

– Buying postage (Knowing which one to buy will save you TIME and MONEY!)

– Getting your products picked up, FOR FREE!

And so much more!

I’m sure by the time this video is over, you’ll be more than ready to get your first Canada FBA shipment out the door. Maybe even today!

Let’s get into it then…

  • Damien Richard

    Hi guys,

    Love the video! I also live in Canada and I am intending to start selling on Amazon via FBA. I’m curious if your copies of Destiny have sold yet.

    I’m trying to decide if I should go through the effort of setting up all the US tax stuff and US shipping right off the hop, or if I would be better off testing the waters by using FBA Canada first.

    What are your thoughts?

    Thanks!
    Damien

    • Hi @disqus_2aNUju998o:disqus !

      Thank you for watching our video! We have not sold out yet…

      Amazon.ca is definitely a slower market, but a good learning experience nevertheless. I will try your hand around with Amazon.ca with scanning items you have at home and doing a little Retail Arbitrage in your neighborhood stores. You can learn the rope like that and understand Amazon better, learning how sales ranks work, profit margin, ROI % and then you can jump in amazon.com.