Creating a UPS/Fedex shipping label that display the UCC 128 and carton count

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We are setup with carrier integration and are looking for a way to merge the UPS shipping label with SPS shipping label to include the UCC 128 and carton content required by Amazon. As of now we are forced to print 2 separate labels and want to avoid that.
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Hi Ryan,

Thank you for posting.  While the above scenario would be quite nice, at this time, UCC 128 labels and the physical shipping labels (FEDEX/UPS) must remain separate.  The two labels serve completely separate purposes and therefore must be separate.  The benefit of using carrier integration, as you do, is that you are able to input the information necessary and print the labels from the same location (WebForms).  I hope this helps, please let me know if you have any questions.

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Jordan
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so there is no way to avoid putting 2 labels on each box?  There has to be other Amazon shippers that have and alternative.
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Apologies for such a slow response, I was attempting to get an answer regarding dropship POs as it would not make sense to send the UCC-128 label directly to a consumer.  I will follow-up on this when I receive a response.

As far as an Amazon Warehouse PO or any PO going through Amazon, the UCC-128 label is required.  The labels cannot be combined as they serve separate uses, as stated in my original response.  You are welcome to work with Amazon to see if they will allow a separate process for your company, I have not seen a different process, however.

Hope this helps, let me know if you have further questions.

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Jordan

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