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Amazon shipping label explained

An Amazon shipping label is a document that includes important information required for the shipment of a package, such as:

  1. Sender and recipient information: This includes the name and address of the sender (the Amazon seller) and the recipient (the customer).
  2. Package details: The shipping label contains the package’s weight, dimensions, and other relevant information such as whether the package contains dangerous goods.
  3. Shipping service information: The shipping label also indicates the shipping service selected by the seller, such as standard shipping, expedited shipping, or same-day shipping.
  4. Barcode and tracking number: The shipping label includes a barcode and a unique tracking number that is used to track the package’s location throughout the shipping process.
  5. Return address: The return address is printed on the shipping label to enable the carrier to return the package to the seller in case of any delivery issues.

Amazon sellers can generate shipping labels directly through their Amazon seller account, and the label is automatically populated with the required information once the seller provides the necessary details. The shipping label can be printed directly from the Amazon seller account, and then affixed to the package being shipped.