- UPC - universal product code
- FNSKU - Amazon barcode
- DSKU - Deliverr barcode
Barcodes must be easily scannable, and completely adhered to the sellable unit. Poorly attached barcodes (photo 1), or barcodes folded over edges (photo 3), will incur relabeling fees.
Photo 1 - This unit should be bagged, and then barcoded. See next photo.
Photo 2 - Properly bagged, and barcoded.
Photo 3 - The barcode should be easily scannable at the center of the box. See next photo.
Photo 4 - This unit has correctly attached the barcode to the center of the box, which is easily scannable.
Additionally, once you select a barcode, you must remove or cover up any remaining barcodes. This is very important for units inbounded in case packs. Barcodes left on the outside of case packs can be misinterpreted as sellable units, so it's very important that unnecessary barcodes are covered.
Photo 5 - Let's assume each stack of blue cups is a sellable unit, and the UPC is the barcode. Therefore, there are 4 sellable units within this case pack. See next photo.
Photo 6 - The outside of the case pack has a scannable barcode. To indicate that the 4 sellable units are inside the case pack (and not the case pack itself), the barcode must be covered. See next photo.
Photo 7 - As shown below, you must properly cover unnecessary with black marker or tape.