Vendor Central Catalog Management
It is also imperative that you ensure that your product barcode label is correct and visible on the outside of the packaging of each of your packaged single sellable product units ensure that each one of your products has a scanable legible correctly sized and formatted barcode on it also ensure the product identification number from the barcode matches that of the number in your catalog.show more
Each product should display a single barcode, which can be scanned without the package being opened. Requirements for barcode labeling are as follows. A readable barcode is required and it must be scannable without the package being opened. When there is no barcode on the product, a barcode label should be used.
The barcode label should be placed on an easily visible and scannable part of your product or its point of sale packaging. Use only white labels with a removable. All labels on products should be effortlessly removable by the customer. Do not use QR codes on your labels. As some scanners cannot read these when printing labels use a direct thermal or laser printer, proper print media and a resolution of 300 DPI or greater the best results are with resolution of 600 DPI.
Display only one barcode on each product. If a product has more than one barcode cover the remaining barcodes with blanks tickets. If your ASIN is a pack of N for example, a pack of three bottles of the same shampoo, you must provide a unique ASIN for the set, which must be different from the ASIN on each individual product. When bundling units together, the individual barcodes must not face outward. Amazon’s warehouse scanner is, must be able to easily scan the barcode, representing the pack instead of the individual barcode.