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Amazon is going to start accepting all non-essential products to its warehouses again this week, a month after pausing those shipments (AMZN)

Amazon is going to start accepting all non-essential products to its warehouses again this week, a month after pausing those shipments (AMZN)
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Amazon will start accepting all non-essential items at its warehouses later this week, the company confirmed in an email to Business Insider.




The change comes a month after it suspended shipments of non-essentials to its warehouses to make more room for vital products, like face masks and toilet paper, amid COVID-19.




Amazon's spokesperson said there will be limits to how many products per item sellers can ship to its warehouses.




The change signals easing pressure on Amazon's supply chain after a month of grappling with a surge in demand caused by the coronavirus pandemic.




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Amazon will start accepting non-essential products at its warehouses later this week, a month after suspending those shipments due to supply chain lockdowns caused by COVID-19.
Amazon's spokesperson confirmed in an email to Business Insider that third-party sellers who use Amazon's warehouses to store their products will be able to resume sending in all non-essential items later this week. There will be limits to how many products per item the sellers can ship in, but the idea is to lift the restrictions imposed last month, the spokesperson said.
"Later this week, we will allow more products into our fulfillment centers," Amazon's spokesperson said. "Products will be limited by quantity to enable us to continue prioritizing products and protecting employees, while also ensuring most selling partners can ship goods into our facilities."
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