Amazon is raising fees for fulfilling sellers’ off-Amazon orders, called Multi-Channel Fulfillment (MCF), and it is also modifying its size tiers. Current rates can be found on this page, and the new rates will take effect on February 5, 2024.
Amazon said that on average, MCF fees will increase by 3.5% across all delivery speed options. “This change is below the 5.9% average increase announced by other carriers,” it said.
For units with shipping weights less than 1 lb, MCF fees will remain unchanged or be slightly lower than current fees for standard speeds.
Amazon is also introducing a new smaller size tier of 4 oz, and adding Large Bulky and Extra-Large size tiers to replace the current Oversize size tiers. The new rates can be found on this Amazon Seller Central page.
This Amazon video published in May explains how MCF works:
Amazon also announced fee changes this week for sellers who use its FBA service to fulfill Amazon orders, including the new “low inventory fee” and new “inbound placement service fee.”