The Inbound card on SKU Central provides details of the shipments that you are working on and those you have sent to Amazon for your specific SKU. You can access SKU Central by going to Manage inventory and clicking the SKU.
|Inbound working qty||The number of units you have for a SKU in shipments that you have notified Amazon about.|
|Inbound shipped qty||The number of units you have for a SKU in shipments that you have notified Amazon about and for which you have provided a tracking number.|
|Inbound receiving qty||The number of units you have for a SKU that have not yet been received at a fulfilment centre for processing but that are part of a shipment in which some units have been received and processed.|
|Inbound problem qty||The number of units that have been received at a fulfilment centre but cannot be processed, for example if they are damaged or mislabelled.|
|Total inbound qty||The total number of units you have for a SKU in a shipment to Amazon. It is the sum of the inbound working, inbound shipped, inbound receiving, and inbound problem quantities.|
|Shipment ID||The ID number of the shipment.|
|Shipment name||The name of the shipment.|
|Destination||The fulfilment centre where the items are being received*.|
|Last updated||The date of the last change to any quantity.|
|Created||The date on which you created the shipment.|
|Qty shipping||The number of units you have for a SKU in an individual shipment to a fulfilment centre.|
|Qty received||The number of units you have for a SKU in an individual shipment that have been received at a fulfilment centre.|
|Shipment status||The status of your shipment, from creation to closing. For example, shipped, receiving, or closed. For more information, visit Track your shipments: Shipping queue and shipping summary.|
*You may have an obligation to self-report and pay sales and use, property, income, and other taxes or fees imposed by the states and localities where your inventory is located.