Codes: ASIN, SKU, FNSKU, EAN, GTIN
ASIN (Amazon Standard Identification Number) is a 10-character number (letters and / or numbers) used to identify products on the Amazon platform. ASIN is created after the product has been uploaded into the catalog. It identifies the model, colour and size of the product. The SKU (Stock Keeping Unit) code is used to identify products in stock. All products added by Amazon must have their SKUs, which you can create yourself. Otherwise, Amazon will assign a string of random letters or numbers to your products, creating a SKU code. FNSKU (Fulfillment Network Stock Keeping Unit) is a code that you can generate in your sales panel. This number is assigned to the products of the seller. Like the SKU code, it consists of 10 characters (letters and / or numbers). The FNSKU number allows products in Amazon to be identified as specific seller products. GTIN (Global Trade Item Number) is a bar code assigned to the products by the manufacturer. This allows you to quickly determine who is the producer of a given good. In addition, the GTIN code identifies the country of origin and sometimes also the weight of the product. GTIN codes confirm the legality of the products. The regional equivalent of the GTIN code is EAN (European Article Number).