Wholesale platform BigBuy has launched its new connector, which enables selling on Amazon.nl, the Dutch Amazon marketplace that opened its doors in March last year. BigBuy wants to help its B2B customers sell on Amazon.nl without the need to invest in stock.
As a wholesale platform, BigBuy is specialized in supplying many products to companies and entrepreneurs who sell online throughout Europe. Recently, the company announced the launch of its connector for dropshipping on Amazon.nl, which finally launched in March 2020.
The company’s multi-channel integration platform allows sellers to automatically configure and manage their ecommerce, marketplaces and other digital channels. It has now connected Amazon.nl to its platforms, which already features connectors for eBay, AliExpress, Rakuten, Cdiscount and many more popular online marketplaces in Europe. “Thanks to our technological investment and our logistics capabilities, selling on Amazon is now much simpler for any individual to do”, CMO Mario Fontán says.
Selling on Amazon is now much simpler to do.
Retailers who want to start dropshipping on Amazon.nl just need to select the products they want to sell from the BigBuy catalogue, which includes over 100,000 products, and start generating sales without needing to invest in stock.
“With this new connector, sellers can automate the synchronization of catalogs, prices, tracking and orders from one single interface, simplifying the management of their business and optimizing transactions and synchronization of information between Amazon and BigBuy”, the wholesale B2B platform explains.
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