#141 – Amazon has lowered the Inventory Performance Index (IPI) threshold to 450

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    Amazon has lowered the Inventory Performance Index (IPI) threshold to 450. If your IPI is 450 or above in week 51 of 2020, starting January 1, 2021, you will not be subject to FBA storage volume limits.
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