Proboxx Review & Platform Tutorial - Amazon FBA Digital Freight Forwarder & Logistics Company

Vova Even Feb 10, 2024
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Table of Contents
  1. Proboxx Review and Tutorial: Amazon Seller Logistics Simplified!
    1. Introduction
    2. Proboxx Coupon Code
    3. Meet My Guest: Amit Rosenthal
    4. What is Proboxx and How Does it Help You
    5. Proboxx Tutorial and Review
    6. Dashboard
    7. Customer Party
    8. Items / SKUs
    9. Quotations
    10. Shipments
    11. Can We Negotiate on the Quoted Price
    12. Invoices
    13. Proboxx Discount Code
    14. MUST KNOW About HS Code
    15. Warehouse
    16. Our Free Amazon FBA Logistics Course with Amit
    17. Conclusion

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Proboxx Review and Tutorial: Amazon Seller Logistics Simplified!

Hey there, awesome readers! 🌟 I'm Vova Even, and I'm super excited to welcome you to our Proboxx review.

Hold onto your hats because we're about to explore something seriously cool!

In this article, we're diving into a conversation with Amit Rosenthal, the founder of Proboxx.

If you're
an Amazon seller or just curious about how logistics work in the e-commerce world, you're in for a treat.

So, what's Proboxx all about?

Well, think of it like a magical tool that helps sellers, just like you and me, deal with the whole shipping thing.

It's like having a super-smart sidekick that makes the complicated stuff super simple.

And here's a sweet deal for you: if you decide to hop on board with Proboxx, you can use my EXCLUSIVE DISCOUNT CODE "VOVAEVEN100".

That means you'll save a whopping $100 on your very first shipment with Amit and the Proboxx team.

How awesome is that?

But hey, if reading isn't your jam, don't worry!

I've got a video below where you can watch my whole conversation with Amit.

It's like getting a sneak peek into the inner workings of Proboxx.

Now, let's get to the juicy stuff!

I'm going to write this article in conversational form - just like the chat I had with Amit in our video - in a relaxed and easy-to-understand way.

So whether you're a seasoned pro or just starting out in the e-commerce world, this conversation will have something for everyone.

Just buckle up and get ready to discover how Proboxx can make your logistics journey smoother than ever.

It's going to be a blast, so let's jump right in and chat with Amit! 🚀🎉



Vova: Hello and welcome to Proboxx Review!

I'm here with Amit Rosenthal, the owner of Proboxx, to discuss this innovative digital freight forwarding service.

Proboxx is an excellent solution for Amazon Sellers looking to streamline their shipping processes and expand their reach globally.

Amit will provide us with more insights into how Proboxx can assist in shipping your products worldwide.

One of my personal experiences with the platform involves shipping goods from China to the United States with Amit's assistance, and it was a super seamless process.

Proboxx is an evolution from their previous service, Rosenthal Logistics, which still exists but has taken a back seat to the newer and more specialized Proboxx.

Today, we'll dive deep into Proboxx, showcasing its platform and demonstrating how it can benefit you as a seller.

Proboxx Coupon Code

You can use the Table of Contents on the right side for easy navigation, and keep an eye out for a special Proboxx coupon code, VOVAEVEN100.

This code will grant you a generous $100 discount on your first shipment with Proboxx.

Additionally, they assist with product classification, and Amit will elaborate on this aspect.

They help you determine the correct HS code for your product, which can be incredibly beneficial in preventing Customs-related issues in various countries.

This service is a valuable feature, and the best part is, it's offered for free.

Meet My Guest: Amit Rosenthal

Vova: Amit, welcome, my friend.

Amit: Hey, thank you so much, Vova.

First and foremost, I have to say that for those who might not be familiar with you, although I'm pretty sure everyone following this channel is, Vova is one of my favorite figures in this industry.

His positivity and constant enthusiasm are truly contagious, and I'm grateful for this opportunity to be here.

Vova: Thank you, Amit.

Your kind words mean a lot.

It's true; we haven't had the chance to meet in person for a while, although we've crossed paths a few times.

Amit: That's right.

Vova: But here in the digital realm, we get to connect from time to time.

What is Proboxx and How Does it Help You

Vova: So, today, I'm excited to learn more about Proboxx, your company.

Can you provide us with a more comprehensive description of what Proboxx is all about?

After that, we'll take a closer look at your website and explore how your platform simplifies and streamlines logistics for people.

Amit: Thank you for this opportunity to explain Proboxx in more detail.

To put it simply, Proboxx offers freight forwarding and supply chain solutions tailored specifically for Amazon and e-commerce sellers.

We've been actively involved in the logistics industry for about five years under the name "Rosenthal Logistics."

However, we underwent a rebranding in January 2023, unveiling "Proboxx" to our audience.

The reason behind this shift goes beyond just a new name.

We've been working with sellers of various sizes, from beginners to those with six, seven, or even eight-figure businesses, as well as e-commerce aggregators.

As sellers grow, they increasingly require better control, visibility, and efficiency in managing their supply chains.

One recurring issue we've heard, especially from larger sellers, is the challenge of tracking multiple SKUs and brands effectively.

It can become nearly impossible to monitor the status and whereabouts of shipments, leading to frustration and inefficiencies.

That's where Proboxx comes in.

Our software and platform were created by Amazon sellers for Amazon sellers.

The primary goal is to enhance efficiency, offer clearer visibility, and provide greater transparency throughout the entire supply chain.

If you're interested, we'd be happy to jump right into a demo to showcase Proboxx's capabilities to you and your audience.

Vova: Absolutely, Amit.

So, in essence, what you're saying is that Proboxx is here to provide comprehensive support in the realm of logistics.

You're like a one-stop shop for us sellers, offering services ranging from multi-logistics solutions to warehousing, shipping, and even assistance with customs and related matters.

It's about streamlining the entire chain of operations for us sellers, simplifying what used to be a complex and time-consuming process.

Amit: Exactly, Vova.

Vova: Having been in the Amazon FBA space since 2016, I've witnessed the evolution of this industry.

It's fantastic to see solutions like Proboxx emerge, making it possible for us to digitize and automate many aspects of our operations.

While emails and communication are still crucial, we can now expect greater efficiency and clarity in managing our logistics.

So, let's dive into Proboxx.

Show us that demo; I'm eager to see how it all works.

Amit: Certainly, Vova. One more thing I'd like to mention is that Proboxx isn't limited to just China; we can assist with shipping and logistics from various countries, including Vietnam, Pakistan, and India, as long as it's related to Amazon and FBA.

Vova: That's fantastic news; you've got a global reach to support Amazon sellers all over.

Proboxx Tutorial and Review

Vova: Let's proceed with that demo.

Amit: All right, let's dive into the Proboxx platform.

As you can see, I've already signed into the portal for this demonstration, and just to clarify, all the data you see here is entirely fictional, created solely for the purpose of this demo.


So, this is the main dashboard.

You'll notice the Proboxx logo and my made-up brand name, Doggy Dog.

I'm supposedly selling dog-related products, hence the name.

On the dashboard, it provides a quick overview, displaying the time, the number of open shipments, and any new invoices.

We can access all the invoices, shipments, and quotations we've generated in Proboxx history.

Now, on the left-hand side, we have a menu with options like Shipments, Invoices, Quotations, Customer Party, Items / SKUs, and Reports.

I'll walk you through each of these sections shortly.

At Proboxx, we generally recommend starting by adding your customer parties, shippers, manufacturers, or your item and SKU details.

In a moment, I'll demonstrate how to input this data and explain its significance in generating faster quotes.

Customer Party

Amit: Let's begin with the "Customer Party" section.

Here, you can see multiple suppliers, manufacturers, or consignees.

I'll select one as an example, let's go with Dog's Accessories and More.

Within the Customer Party profile, we have the company name, which in this case is my fictional supplier.

I've categorized them as a manufacturer.

There are primary contact details, including their name, email, telephone number, and address.

Now, let's focus on this "Address" segment.

It's a crucial step, and I'll explain why.

As you can see, we've added the address here.

The reason behind this will become clearer as we proceed.

When we ask our customers to input supplier details like this, it's not just about streamlining the quotation process for efficiency's sake.

It's also about making your life easier.

You see, once you've confirmed a shipment with us, you've probably experienced the repetitive task of sending your supplier details to us over and over again.

With Proboxx, you only need to do this once.

By adding your supplier details here, when you accept a quote, we already have that information on hand.

No need for constant back-and-forth emails requesting your supplier's contact info.

It's all about simplifying the process.

So, I'll save this now, and you'll see how this data comes in handy later on.

If you happen to work with a 3PL (third-party logistics) provider in the United States, you can use Proboxx as a free tool as well.

To set this up, you'd follow the same process as adding a customer party, but this time, you'd categorize them as a consignee.

Again, the same details, including address, can be added.

Items / SKUs

Amit: Now, let's move on to the "Items / SKUs" segment.

Similar to customer parties, we recommend adding item SKUs initially, primarily to make the quoting process more efficient.

Let's focus on one example now.

Here we have a dog leash:

And as a reminder, this is entirely fictional data. I've entered the product description as dog leash.

You can select whether the product is packed in boxes or pallets; in this case, it's boxes.

We input the length, whether in centimeters or inches (I've chosen centimeters), and the box length is calculated automatically.

You'll also see the cubic meter (CBM), weight (in either kilograms or pounds; I've selected kilograms), and the weight per box, which is 15 kilograms.

You can specify the total units per carton, the currency per box, and most importantly, assign a specific manufacturer to this product.

In this case, I've assigned it to Dogguon Brilliant International for the dog leash SKU.

Clear so far?

Vova: Absolutely, it makes sense.

Amit: Great.

You can continue adding multiple SKUs, and if needed, you can even duplicate a SKU, which can be handy for variations or similar products.

Vova: That's helpful to know.


Amit: Now, let's move on to "Quotations."

We have a few options here.

First, you can generate a new quote from scratch.

The second option would be duplicating a previous quotation and creating a new one.

Let's start by creating a quotation from scratch.

In this scenario, let's assume you have an LCL (Less than Container Load) shipment.

I'm sure you're familiar with these terms, like Incoterms such as EXW, DDP, FOB, and so on.

You also have the option to provide a cargo description.

Now, I'm adding the dog leash to this shipment, and you'll notice that all the details have been automatically populated, which is quite convenient.

All I need to adjust is the quantity.

Let's say, for example, you have 150 boxes.

As I change the quantity, it automatically updates the total weight and calculates the total cubic meter (CBM).

You can add multiple loads within the same quotation.

However, please keep in mind that each quote is from one supplier to one destination.

Now, here's a useful tip: Amazon often requires sellers to split total cartons among multiple FBA centers.

So, you can initially generate the first quotation and then simply duplicate your quotes later on, making it easy to adjust quantities as needed.

I'll demonstrate that shortly.

Vova: That sounds like a practical approach.

Now, about understanding the shipment mode, it's crucial.

I understand the basics, but for someone new to this or even experienced sellers, it's always beneficial to know the options available.

Would you recommend sellers to understand their shipment mode first, or can they consult with your team for guidance?

Amit: Absolutely, Vova.

Understanding the shipment mode is essential.

However, we're here to assist and provide guidance.

Whether you're a newcomer or an experienced seller, we're happy to help you navigate the best choice for your specific needs.

But before we get into the details, let's talk about these shipment modes.

So, these are already pretty detailed

Like Sea FCL - Full Container Load via sea, Sea LCL - Less than Container Load via sea.

So, sellers can read the abbreviations and get what these shipment modes mean.

But let's say, you're a novice with no idea regarding how to ship.

Here's the thing.

Right here, you've got this chat box, a direct line to our team.

If you ever have any questions or uncertainties, you can simply click on it and drop us a message here, and we'll respond immediately.

It's as simple as that.

We're here to assist at every stage, no matter where you are in your journey.

Vova: Fantastic.

So, let's say we're not shipping a full container load, maybe it's less than a container load.

How would we go about generating a quote for that?

Also, Amazon has been known to split shipments into multiple parts recently.

Can you explain how we would handle that?

Amit: Absolutely, Vova.

Let's complete the current process, and then I'll provide you with a clear example of how to handle that situation.

So, we have 150 cartons in this case.

We've selected FOB - DDP as the location type, right?

Now, click Next and let's add shipping details.

The location type was FOB, so we will select the second option.

Now, the mandatory field is the Port of Loading.

Let's go with Shanghai as the port of loading.

Vova: Apologies for cutting you, Amit.

Let's let the readers know that FOB stands for "Free On Board."

Amit: No problems, and you're right. FOB means the supplier is responsible for getting the goods onto the vessel.

Now, let's suppose the incoterms were "EXW."

In that case, you'd need to specify the pickup location, right?

Vova: That would be from the factory, correct?

Amit: Exactly, from the factory.

Vova: Got it.

Amit: Now, for the pickup date, let's say, next week, alright?

Now, click Next and we have two main options here.

The first option is about shipping location and we aim to ship it to an Amazon FBA center.

So we select Amazon FBA, and a drop-down menu will appear from which you can choose the specific Amazon center.

In this case, let's say it's going to Lux 9, alright?

Now, the Port of Destination is not mandatory because we've learned that, in most cases, clients aren't sure which Amazon center they should go to.

So you don't need to fill in the product destination unless you're certain about it.

Next, you have the service level.

Let's say you have multiple options.

You can choose Regular, Express, or Super Express.

By selecting one of these, you'll receive three different quotations: one for Regular, one for Express, and one for Super Express.

Vova: Just a quick question, is it based on workdays or calendar days?

Amit: Great question, Vova! It's based on calendar days, but remember, it's estimated from the departure date, and it's just to provide clients with a quick overview of the process.

Now, in this case, I've selected Regular and Super Express.

Let's go ahead and use the VOVAEVEN100 coupon code; the code has been applied successfully.

You can also add your Customer Purchase Order (PO) number with your supplier if you have one, like 908, for example.

Then, there's a crucial question: Do you need insurance?

If the answer is yes, you can specify the currency, which in this case is US dollars, and input the value of the goods.

Vova: Just to clarify, it's the value of all the goods, right?

I mean, the total value of all the goods in this specific request?

Amit: That's correct.

It's the value of the goods for this particular request.

Now, you can send your request.

Once you do that, you'll see the quotation details.

Let me quickly check my Gmail account, which is linked to this account.

Ah, there it is!

I've received an automatic response that says Quotation received, along with a quotation number and some basic details.

Vova: Oh, so it's automatically confirming that the quotation request has been received?

Amit: Exactly, but it's not providing the actual quote just yet.

Vova: Got it.

Amit: Let's consider a scenario, Vova. Suppose you initially assigned Amazon as the destination - specifically, Lux 9, as we mentioned.

However, you've realized that there's been a mistake, and you actually need to ship it to your 3PL (third-party logistics provider), right?

Vova: Yeah.

Amit: Not a problem at all.

You can easily edit the request right here.

Click on Edit Request.

The details such as the auditor and other information will remain the same, but instead of selecting Amazon FBA, we'll choose Factory or Warehouse.

Now, you can pick your 3PL from the options available.

Let's say we're going with Amazing 3PL, although this is just dummy data.

Okay, I've selected it.

The address you've previously added for the pickup location is automatically assigned here.

This is precisely why we emphasize efficiency and speed in the process.

It's as simple as that.

Click Update Request.

And now, instead of going to Amazon, it's heading to Amazing 3PL USA.

Vova: Just a quick question: Does it send a new email notification when you make this change?

Amit: That's a great question.

Well, honestly, I don't think so, but I believe it generates a new email for us internally.

Vova: Perfect, that's good to know.

Amit: And that's a great point, Vova.

I want to highlight another feature here.

Can you see this chat box on the bottom-right corner?

You can use it for any communication you need.

Let's say you've received a quotation from us, and you want to send a message like, Hi, thank you, blah, blah, blah, or any other message you wish.

You can type it right here, and we'll receive it.

We'll respond, and you'll see our reply in this chatbox.

Plus you'll get it by email as well.

So, it's a convenient way to communicate directly within the system.

Now, let me walk you through an example.

Let's say you initially got a quote for a shipment with 150 cartons, and you mentioned that Amazon split your inventory into three parts.

One of these parts is going to a 3PL.

Now, you want to replicate this exact scenario.

Instead of 150 cartons, you now have 50 cartons, and instead of going to a 3PL, it's going to Amazon FBA, specifically Lux 9.

Click Update Request.

And the quote is generated.

Let's say that now you have a 3PL warehouse, and you want to duplicate this request again.

You change the quantity to 25 this time, assign it to FTW1, and let's say you prefer regular service this time; no need for express or super express.

The quote is generated again.

It may have taken me just 10 seconds because I'm more experienced, but even for someone new to the platform, it's still much faster than composing emails repeatedly.

Vova: Absolutely, I totally get it.

Sometimes I find myself searching for supplier details or trying to recall past conversations, and it can be quite a hassle.

Having everything centralized in one place is incredibly convenient.

Amit: Yeah, of course. Let's say you've received a quote, alright?

Vova: Quotes should also be available inside the system, right?

And we'll receive updates by email, I assume.

Amit: Exactly.

And here's where you can find the quote.

For instance, I've received a quote, and you can see it right here.

The quote is displayed with the option to accept it.

In this case, I've already accepted the quote.

You can see the accepted status, the rates, the expiry date (which is the same as the date it was generated), and the general details of the quotation.


Amit: Now, let's move on to the "Shipments" segment, alright?

We can take this one as an example.

I'll scroll up to show you more details shortly.

But for now, understand that this quotation, which was numbered 463, has been accepted and assigned a job number, SEA000220.

Every quotation that gets accepted by the client is assigned a unique job number.

Now, let's continue.

This particular shipping is identified as SEA000220.

Now, let's take a closer look at the shipment details.

Here, you have various essential pieces of information: the place of pickup, port of loading, port of discharge, port of destination, and the delivery location.

What's really neat is that once this shipment is live, you'll have access to a live map displaying the vessel's current location.

Imagine a real shipment, and you'd see a red dot pinpointing the exact location of the vessel at all times.

It's a fantastic way to track your shipment's progress.

Next, you'll find essential identifiers like the quotation number, job number, PO number (which, in this case, is an Amazon FBA reference ID), shipment terms (here, it's EXW - DDU, extra duties), the assigned shipping line (Evergreen), house bill of lading number, vessel name, voyage number, and details about the shipper, manufacturer, consignee, and the commodities being shipped—books in boxes, in this instance.

You'll also see the total weight, total CBM, and more.

Under the Task Center, you'll find a comprehensive collection of all the documentation related to the shipment.

This includes your invoice, receipt, proof of delivery, and any measurements that might not align with the ones initially provided by the seller.

In such cases, there will be picture references showing the measurements taken at our warehouse.

In essence, everything pertaining to the shipment's documentation will be readily accessible in the Task Center.

Now, Vova, let me ask you from your experience, how many times have you found yourself repeatedly reaching out, asking, "Can you please send me my POD? Can you please provide me with this or that?"

You won't need to do that anymore because everything is right here in the Task Center.

You can access it even years down the line after a shipment has been delivered.

The records for a specific shipment will remain in your Task Center.

Vova: That makes perfect sense, Amit.

By the way, one thing I was curious about while you were going through the shipment details.

You were walking us through, and there's the part with the PO, and you mentioned the FBA number.

I might have missed it, but where did we input that when we were generating the shipment?

Amit: Good question, Vova!

Let me revisit the quotation process, alright?

Vova: Sure.

Amit: Let's take this one, for example.

Vova: So, we added it during the quotation process, right?

Amit: Absolutely.

During the quotation process, in the last segment, you'll find it under Additional Information.

It's labeled as "Customer PO #", you see?

Vova: Ah, got it.

So, the Customer PO is where we input the Shipment ID, which in Amazon's case is often the FBA number.

Amit: Indeed, you've got it right.

During the quotation process, you can edit this field if needed.

In many cases, especially for smaller sellers, they use their Amazon reference and ID because they might not have an actual purchase order with their suppliers.

However, some larger sellers or aggregators might prefer to use a purchase order to better track their shipments.

Vova: I understand, because sometimes when I've worked with foreigners, they've asked for this FBA ID for some reason...

Amit: Absolutely, and the reason we ask for it is that it's the only way we can schedule an appointment for a shipment.

Without it, we won't be able to deliver the goods to Amazon.

Vova: So, for FBA sellers like myself, we should definitely input our FBA ID for our shipment.

Most of the time, that's what we do.

However, for larger sellers, it might vary, but I can confirm that as a smaller seller, we usually put the number we find in our Amazon shipment details.

Our viewers who are watching the video or readers reading the article and familiar with the shipping process on Amazon should be aware of this.

It's in the shipment details in your Amazon seller account; you'll find both the FBA ID and Shipment ID.

So, should we input one of them or both?

Amit: Typically, it's better to input both the Amazon reference and Amazon shipment ID.

Vova: Thanks for explaining that, Amit. Makes sense, alright.

Amit: Now, let me show you what I consider the best feature here.

We have the shipment events, each status of which will trigger automatic email notifications.

I'll also demonstrate how we send these messages, and you can access them right here.

Now, Vova, I know you work with some Chinese forwarders, some with us and some with others.

You're probably aware that when dealing with Chinese forwarders, you often feel like you're in a fog.

You have no idea about the shipping status, the location, or the expected delivery date.

That's precisely why we believe in transparency and keeping you informed about your cargo's status is crucial.

As a seller, your main goal is to ensure you're always in stock.

But how can you achieve that if you're in the dark about your shipment's progress, right?

That's precisely why we developed this platform – to provide sellers like you with enhanced transparency and control over your supply chain.

In this case, please remember that this data is a dummy, representing shipment events that occurred for the given shipment.

For instance, it eventually got delivered on April 4th.

Now, let me show you how these messages are sent.

Here, we have a "Delivery Time Scheduled" event.

For each event, you'll receive a similar notification, but with different status updates.

In our case, the last status was delivery scheduled.

So you'll receive a notification like this one, with a subject line saying Delivery Time Scheduled.

The subject includes information about the cargo, SKU details, shipment type (SEA shipment), number of boxes, reference Amazon ID, and specific details about the product (in this case, bookshelf white).

We also have visually appealing graphics for each status, creating a nice, informative message.

The message will typically convey something like this:

"We are pleased to inform you that the shipment has been scheduled for delivery, along with shipment details, relevant information, and our contact details…"

To sum it up, for each leg of your shipment and at each status update, you will receive a message tailored to the latest status.

These updates will be sent to your email, and you can also access them within the platform itself.

The primary goal is to provide you with better control and transparency over your shipments.

One more thing to note is the chat box feature.

Just as we saw during the pricing stage, you also have a chat box dedicated to a specific shipment where you can communicate with your account manager.

If you have questions about your shipment's status, departure details, or any other inquiries, you can easily send a message through this chat box, and our team will respond accordingly.

Can We Negotiate on the Quoted Price

Vova: Let me ask you something.

Amit: Sure, go ahead, Vova!

Vova: So, when we receive a quote, let's say it's acceptable, and the price seems fair.

Is there room for negotiation on the price, or do you have a fixed system in place that provides the best rate?

And as we establish a long-term relationship with your company, let's say we've shipped with you several times and are considered good clients, would there be any flexibility in discussing payment terms or rates?

Amit: Absolutely, you have the flexibility to negotiate.

Let's say you receive a quote from Proboxx for $1,000, but you find a quote from another forwarder for $950.

You value the reliability and professionalism of Proboxx, and you want to work with us.

In this case, you can send us a message within the platform, saying something like, Hey, can you consider reducing the cost to $950?

We will definitely respond to your request.

Additionally, you can reach out to us through our generic email,, for any inquiries or concerns, and our team will be responsive.

At Proboxx, we prioritize customer service and the overall experience, and we see our clients not just as customers but as partners in success.

While Proboxx is a platform, it's important to remember that there are real people behind it.

Our team is here to provide support and assistance to all our clients.

The platform is designed to enhance the efficiency of your supply chain, but we also offer the human touch with our email support and dedicated team members.

Vova: That's fantastic, Amit. Thanks for sharing this.

Amit: You're welcome, Vova.

We understand that different clients have different payment preferences, so we strive to offer a range of payment options.

Whether you prefer credit cards, PayPal, or another method, we want to ensure that the payment process is as convenient as possible for you.

Vova: That's reassuring, Amit.

I appreciate the flexibility.


Amit: Thanks! The last segment we have is "Invoices."

Here, you'll be able to see all your invoices and their status be it due, paid, or whatever. 

Vova: Okay. And how do you pay? I mean is there any specific platform like PayPal or Payoneer the company uses to initiate payments? How does the payment process work?

Amit: Well, on our platform, we provide you with the convenience of choosing from various payment options, including Wise, Payoneer, credit card, and bank account.

When it comes to the specific payment details for your account, I'd prefer to discuss that individually to ensure it aligns with your specific needs.

Vova: Got it.

So, in general, there will be a pay button on the platform?

Amit: Well, once the shipment arrives at our warehouse, we generate an invoice and shoot it to the client.

And from there, they can pay with a link or whichever platform they prefer.

Vova: Perfect. That's nice. So you mentioned that the platform itself is free to use, right?

Amit: Absolutely, Vova.

Proboxx Discount Code

Vova: And you have an exciting offer for my community - an exclusive Proboxx coupon code, "VOVAEVEN100" which will grant them a $100 credit on their first shipment, right?

Amit: Absolutely!

Vova: Well, that's a great way to get started and experience the benefits of your platform. Thanks a bunch for the offer. 

Plus, they'll have access to HS code checking for free, making it easier to determine the correct code for their specific products.

And just to add, this code gives us a hundred dollars off our first shipment; a fair deal!


Amit: Can I elaborate on the importance of HS code for a moment?

Vova: Sure, Amit. Go ahead, please!

Amit: Just now, I had a call with a potential client who had already produced their product.

After we checked the HS code, it turns out that the duty is a whopping 28.3 percent, which is a significant cost.

He wasn't aware of this, and now he needs to reevaluate his profit margins.

This serves as a valuable case study to emphasize the importance of verifying the HS code with a customs broker or forwarder even before starting production.

Knowing the duty percentage upfront, regardless of whether you're doing DDP or DDU, is crucial because it can have a significant impact on your overall profit for a specific product.

So, I highly recommend checking the HS code and duty percentage before production begins.

Vova: I completely agree, it's a significant amount of money, and it can change your financial outlook drastically.

So yes, checking your HS code and validating it is crucial, and you have the option to do it for free with Amit and his team.

Plus, don't forget the discount you can get with my coupon code VOVAEVEN100.


Vova: Amit! We've almost gone through everything, but I see this "Warehouse" tab.

Now, regarding this tab, let's say we're working with Proboxx for housing our grill brush product.

We want to store 25 boxes.

I see the Inventory section on the left.

Is this where we manage our inventory if we choose to store it with Proboxx, or is there another platform or process you recommend?

Amit: That's correct.

Currently, the software is not set up to handle warehouse management as it requires collaboration with warehouses and is a bit more complex.

However, we do offer a prepared solution in the United States and Canada for those who need help with warehouse management.

If anyone has inquiries regarding this, they can simply send us a message at, and we'll do our best to assist.

Vova: So, do you have a separate system or solution for this specific aspect?

Amit: Yes, exactly.

Vova: So, you can manage your inventory with your warehouse, which will still be able to count the boxes and everything, you know, all that info, but it's just not available currently in Proboxx.

It will be added with time, which is great.

But yeah, it seems like we've covered everything.

Amit, if there's anything I should have asked you but didn't, please let me know.

Amit: It seems like we've gone through everything, we've shown the platform and how it works.

Vova: To our viewers, listeners, and readers, please feel free to comment on the video and ask if anything is not clear.

Our Free Amazon FBA Logistics Course with Amit

Vova: I'd also like to mention that Amit and I created a free course, which was more than two years ago, right?

Amit: I think it's even more, maybe three years.

Vova: Yeah, about in 2020, that was three years ago...

Amit: Yeah, yeah...

Vova: We also created a course on Logistics a while back.

So, if you want to dive deeper into topics like FOB, and EXW, or understand how to navigate the shipping process from point A to Amazon point B, this course is your way to go.

It should be a useful resource.

Amit, I want to express my gratitude for being our guest today.

It was an informative discussion, and I hope Proboxx continues to thrive.

Amit: We're on a strong trajectory, and I appreciate the opportunity.

Thanks again.

Vova: Thank you, Amit, and to all our viewers, listeners, and readers. Thank you for tuning in.

We'll stay in touch.


So, that's a wrap-up of our enlightening conversation with Amit from Proboxx.

We delved into the exciting world of international shipping and discovered the incredible power of their platform.

It's been quite the journey, and we've learned some valuable insights along the way.

First and foremost, we explored the Proboxx platform itself.

This online tool acts like a magical bridge, connecting sellers like us with suppliers and forwarders all over the world.

It simplifies the complex process of shipping goods, turning it into a smooth and manageable adventure.

And the best part?

It's absolutely free!

We learned about the various tabs and features on the Proboxx platform.

From creating quotations to tracking shipments, Proboxx has us covered.

You can generate quotes with just a few clicks, and even get a $100 discount on your first shipment using the code VOVAEVEN100.

And don't forget, you can also check your product's HS code for free, ensuring you don't get surprised by unexpected duties and fees.

One of the standout features of Proboxx is the transparent communication it facilitates.

You can chat directly with your account manager through the platform.

No more waiting around for emails or phone calls!

Plus, you'll receive automatic updates on your shipment's status, so you're always in the know.

We also discussed the importance of understanding your product's HS code, something that can save you a lot of money in customs duties.

Amit shared a cautionary tale of a client who had to pay a whopping 28.3% duty because they didn't check their HS code in advance.

So, make sure you validate your HS code early in your product's journey.

Furthermore, we touched on payment methods and found out that Proboxx offers flexibility when it comes to paying invoices.

You can choose from credit cards, Wise, bank transfers, or even Payoneer.

This flexibility ensures that you can make payments in a way that suits you best.

As we wrapped up our conversation, we realized that Proboxx isn't just a platform; it's a team of dedicated people who are here to support us.

Amit emphasized their commitment to providing excellent customer service, and it's evident that they truly care about their client's success.

Lastly, we mentioned that Amit and I had collaborated on a free logistics course a few years ago.

In conclusion, Proboxx is a game-changer for anyone involved in international shipping.

It's a user-friendly, free platform that simplifies the complexities of logistics.

So, whether you're a seasoned seller or just starting your journey, Proboxx has got your back, making shipping simpler, smoother, and more successful!

Thanks for joining us on this exciting voyage, and remember, your success is Proboxx's success.

Stay tuned for more adventures in the world of e-commerce!


Vova :)

Table of Contents
  1. Proboxx Review and Tutorial: Amazon Seller Logistics Simplified!
    1. Introduction
    2. Proboxx Coupon Code
    3. Meet My Guest: Amit Rosenthal
    4. What is Proboxx and How Does it Help You
    5. Proboxx Tutorial and Review
    6. Dashboard
    7. Customer Party
    8. Items / SKUs
    9. Quotations
    10. Shipments
    11. Can We Negotiate on the Quoted Price
    12. Invoices
    13. Proboxx Discount Code
    14. MUST KNOW About HS Code
    15. Warehouse
    16. Our Free Amazon FBA Logistics Course with Amit
    17. Conclusion

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