Is it possible to drop-ship from Amazon to Shopify?
Dropshipping is currently one of the most well-liked business ideas, but when it comes to dropshipping from Amazon to Shopify, things might become a little tricky. This is due to the ongoing misunderstanding of the differences between Amazon Associates, Amazon FBA, Shopify's Amazon Sales Channel, etc. and how these affect your dropshipping operation. You can temporarily skip these steps and address them later if your dropshipping strategy does not require any of those.
Let's now simplify that complexity and limit our attention to determining whether it is possible to dropship from Amazon to Shopify in this article. But first, let's take a moment to review what dropshipping is before we talk about it on Amazon.
Can Shopify dropship products to Amazon?
That being the case, how about dropshipping from Shopify to Amazon instead of Amazon to Shopify, if you can't do it from the other direction? More specifically, is it possible to send those listings into your Amazon store using Shopify's Amazon Sales Channel feature after importing dropship products to your Shopify store using a dropshipping program like Oberlo?
Yes, is the response. That's conceivable. You are able to push your Shopify product listings to Amazon, and Shopify does allow you to use Amazon as a sales channel. You must pay Amazon's seller fees if you sell on their website, which will reduce your revenues.
Dropshipping from Shopify to Amazon is viable, but you might not be able to compete in that market. Remember that the FBA program is how the majority of Amazon sellers use the site to sell their products. By owning their inventory, companies can typically sell their goods at a lesser price than dropshippers because they don't have to worry about order fulfillment. Additionally, because they control their inventory, their products are eligible for Prime shipping, making their discounts much more alluring to Amazon customers. Source: How dropshipping from amazon to shopify