What is Junglytics?

Junglytics is an Amazon seller analytics tool designed to help you make your business more profitable. Our platform is designed to save you time with fully customizable dashboards that update automatically. We also give you the ability to easily filter down to specific subsets of your business. Want to see how your sweatshirt product line is performing in Germany? Check. Only size S? Check. A distribution of the colors people prefer? Check. You get the idea, our platform is fully flexible to answer the questions most important to you and your business.

Our advanced analytics and reporting capabilities allow you to track key metrics like sales, advertising efficiency, and profit margins filtered to the appropriate level of your Amazon catalog. You’ll be able to quickly identify trends and make data-driven decisions that lead to increased sales and profitability.

Whether you’re a new seller just starting out or an experienced pro looking to take your business to the next level, Junglytics has everything you need to succeed. So why wait? Sign up for Junglytics today and start unlocking the full potential of your Amazon business.

You can check out a live demo of the tool on our website or sign up for a free 30-day trial and start making your Amazon business more profitable today!

What is Junglytics used for?

Key Junglytics use cases:
1. Key performance indicator monitoring

2. Diving into the data to answer questions about why something changed in your business

3. Monitoring how key metrics have changed when a change is made to a product/lisitng

4. Amazon agency accountability/dashboards

5. Measuring the profitability of segments of your business (region, product line, custom group, variations, etc)

6. Due diligence in M&A

Offer for Flex Customers

We offer a free 30 day trial and for Flex customers we will offer an additional 50% off for the first 3 months with promo code FLEX50


FLEX warehouse in Germany is open for B2B/B2C shipments

The process of setting up a new FLEX warehouse in Germany (Deutschland) has been completed and beginning Aug 1st, 2022 the new DE warehouse location is able to start processing in/out shipments.

FLEX. is able to provide you with anything from pre-Amazon storage, customs clearance in Germany, forwarding to Amazon fulfillment centers, B2B fulfillment, processing removals/returns with a local German address, FBA prep and more. From a single box shipments, a few EURO pallets to several 40ft HQ containers.

B2C fulfillment will be available by the end of August 2022.

The address of the 1st FLEX warehouse in Germany is:
FLEX. Logistik at Altantic One / JadeWeserPort, Atlantik 1, 26388 Wilhelmshaven (aka ‘Hamburg West’), Germany
Geo location: 53.58211449246432, 8.135395569140018

The warehouse is located in the container port in Wilhelmshaven which is the only deep water sea container terminal in Germany, 3rd largest container port in DE at the moment, which is going to take over lots of cargo volume from Hamburg and Bremerhaven in the next 1-2 years due to severe delays in those two.

The warehouse is located only 200 (two hundred, sic!) meteres from the ports’ gate and a local customs office, with a direct access to A29 highway, in a brand new 12k sqm building – Atlantik One: https://www.atlanticone.de/

Distances to Amazon and some other main container terminals in Europe:

  • from Bremerhaven, DE – 80 km, 1 hour drive
  • from Hamburg, DE – 200 km, 2 hour drive
  • from Rotterdam, DE – 375 km, 4 hour drive
  • from Antwerpen, BE – 450 km, 5 hour drive
  • to Amazon Dortmund – 270 km, 3 hour drive

Please feel free to reach out to us when looking for e-commerce logistics solutions in Germany, the new FLEX warehouse address will be activated on your account in myFLEX.


How to import products into the EU for e-commerce?

If you are a non-EU established company, for example your company is registered in the UK, Hong Kong, United States etc, even if you have EORI EU and VAT registration numbers in several countries in the European Union, there are several additional limitations you need to be aware of once you start importing your products into the EU and sell them online on Amazon and all the other e-commerce marketplaces in the EU. Some solutions may work in a small scale, some are only designed for large scale business, some work if you import only a few shipments a year, the other are economical only for several containers per year.

There are several limitations for non-EU companies to import and do business in the EU – the only long term solution is to set up a company in the EU, in one of the EUROzone countries and register it for VAT EU and EORI EU numbers

How do import into the European Union as a non-EU established company and save on import VAT?

Solution 1.
Fiscal customs clearance in the Netherlands
It requires you find a company within the EU, who will take responsibility for all imports, VAT and duties settlements, for the period of 6 years;
or the customs agency in NL will require you set up a customs security – 5-50k and above EUR depending on your sales volume, type of goods being imported etc.

To set up an indirect fiscal representation in the NL, it takes even 2-3 months, you will be asked to provide your company’s financial records, bank statements etc – your application can still be rejected.

If your company is allowed to do fiscal customs clearance in NL, you will also may be required to get registered for VAT NL in order to activated so called Article 23. Each shipment with fiscal customs clearance in NL requires the goods to be moved outside of NL straight after the customs clearance in completed (FLEX can offer to receive your shipments from NL to our DE warehouse). Your goods cannot stay in NL.

Solution 2.
Standard customs clearance in the Netherlands
It requires you to pay VAT NL, which – without VAT NL registration – you won’t be able to claim back later on.

Solution 3.
Importing into the European Union via Germany
For non-EU companies German customs allow for up to 10 imports a year using EORI EU number; but the imports have to be done on a occasional basis, so if you ship week after week, the 2nd shipment can be rejected; if you plan to ship several regular shipments via DE and clear the customs in DE, you have to establish a indirect fiscal representation in Germany – the procedure is similar to NL and several additional requirements apply including security deposit.

Max number of imports via DE for non-EU company per year is valid both for a standard customs clearance (where you pay import VAT DE) and fiscal customs clearance (where you don’t pay import VAT and the goods are moved to another country straight after).

Solution 4.
Importing via Poland

You can clear the customs in PL using your EORI EU and VAT EU numbers without much hassle, but if you do not have VAT PL number, you won’t be able to claim the import VAT back later on.

If you have VAT PL you have used for the customs clearance in PL, you still have to have a local PLN bank account number in Polish zloty – PL tax office do not issue VAT returns on bank accounts outside of PL and in different currencies than PLN; tax return in EUR is not possible; there are few banks in PL who offer PLN accounts for non-EU companies but company’s director may be required to visit a local branch in Poland at least once to sign the paperwork and provide his ID in person

Based on the above, the simpliest long term solution for large scale imports into the EU, several containers a year/month – is a local company in on of the EU countries with EORI EU and VAT EU numbers.

NOTE: All the information above is provided based on our experience and a feedback from several customs agencies in PL, NL, DE. The only way to obtain binding decisions on the customs clearance rules in the EU, is by applying to local customs offices in those countries on paper, providing them with all the details and waiting for 2-3 months for their official decision.


VAT on e-commerce for European sellers in Europe

Every e-commerce business owner gets acquainted with VAT as one of the most important regulations from the very beginning of their operations. In Europe, where free movement of goods is a pivotal single market element, VAT is regulated on a national level, but certain mechanisms exist to simplify VAT


FLEX. is attending #RWB2022 on 30-31 March to accelerate global online marketplace sales

FLEX. is attending #RWB2022 on 30-31 March to accelerate global online marketplace sales! Network with me and engage with other business executives as we shape the future of the marketplace landscape. Register today: http://events.rwb.global/s/?544-Newsletter

During this two-day unparalleled and interactive digital event, RWB 2022 will shine a light on the pertinent issues and opportunities for online marketplace ecommerce, bringing together industry-leading speakers, keynote discussions, Q&A sessions, networking video meetings and community building sessions.

Welcome to Europe’s largest online marketplace conference.


Selling on Amazon in the European Union

With the help of Accomazzi.net, an Italian IT Agency focused on e-commerce and advertising, we are presenting you with a simple guide on how to create an account on SellerCentral and start selling your products on Amazon EU marketplaces.

If you have already decided to start selling on Amazon as a seller and you already understand which logistic is the best solution for you, then you can start selling on Amazon EU marketplaces.

The first step is to go on https://sell.amazon.co.uk/ (in English) or on one of the other European country sites (.it for Italian, .de for German, .fr for French, .pl for Polish, etc.) and to create a professional account, which has a cost of 39 euros/month (excluded VAT). The account will enable you to enter SellerCentral, your backoffice on Amazon.

Remember that, apart from the monthly cost, Amazon charges a referral fee for each item sold. The amount depends on the product category. Most referral fees are between 8% and 15%.

The second step is to add your product(s) on Amazon. The procedure is extremely simple if the product is already on sale on the marketplace: just type in your price and stock availability. From SellerCentral, click the Catalogue menu and then the Add Products item. There you will find the search engine, so search the Amazon database for products and add them to your inventory.

If your product(s) are not yet on Amazon, then you will have to select Inventory -> Add Products via Upload and follow the instruction there. Basically, you will have to fill in an Excel spreadsheet with data and info; then upload it.

After having uploaded your inventory, using the function Inventory -> manage Inventory you can update your prices and quantities. Remember in “Settings” to set up your Shipping Settings and your VAT settings.

After that, you can start to advertise your products. To do so, just go to Advertising -> Campaign Manager. Then choose Sponsored Products. In the panel, you will decide which product(s) to advertise. You will decide the campaign duration and budget and just choose Automatic targeting. That’s it. Amazon will do everything for you.

Sounds easy, right? Listing your products and advertising them will be a piece of cake.

Well, yes and no. There are a lot of little details and a lot of possible mistakes that can ruin your “way to success” on Amazon.

We at Accomazzi.net have been certified as a Service and Software Partner by Amazon and we can help you in many ways; in fact, we have been helping tens of (mainly Italian) companies to sell on Amazon since 2015. From single industrious shopkeepers to important companies moving millions of merchandises each month. We can help your staff to thrive in the Amazon ecosystem — marketing, sales and cataloguing.

We will train your employees on how sales work on Amazon, share with them the knowledge gained in the field by our experts, and prepare them to properly manage all the situations that can occur. Moreover, we can help you in preparing your catalogue (item names and descriptions) and help you in uploading it on Amazon.

But there’s more… what about automating it all? Our integrated software solution, Sar-At™, can manage stocks and prices, fetching data from your internal company database and automatically adding new insertions on both Amazon and eBay, whenever a new item is released or added to your internal inventory. Or remove out-of-stock items. It can also obtain sale data from Amazon and forward it to your IT systems, if needed.

If you are a reseller, Sar-At can automatically handle prices for you, checking multiple times per day if a competitor is trying to undersell you, and in that case lower your price (within limits, of course). Or, even better, raise it when there’s no strong competition, in order to maximize your profits.

Finally, we can manage your advertising campaigns both for individual products and to generate more visibility for your brand. We can help you in the process of store creation and to add A+ content to your items.

Intrigued? Let’s have a chat, or an email exchange, and discuss how we can help your business. You can find us at [email protected]


Why do you need a professional freight forwarder for?

There are so many reasons why a Freight Forwarder is needed when shipping goods from suppliers in China to Amazon in Europe:

  1. DEALING WITH SHIPPING LINE OR AIRLINE. First and foremost, if it was so easy dealing directly with a shipping line or airline to book freight, Freight Forwarders would not exist.
  2. SHIPPING RATES. The buying power of a Freight Forwarder is much greater than the average importer, so the rates we get are much better. Sometimes 50-100% better depending on the route.
  3. CONSOLIDATION. Shipping lines do not offer consolidation services. This is something that Forwarders developed and operate, by consolidating clients cargo in one place, to create enough ‘pay load’ to fill a container. The proportion of costs are spread across each cbm/ton and a sell rate is created which included the freight from port to port, and the added service features either side.
  4. SERVICE. A good forwarder will learn your business, spot trends and recommend alternative efficiency improvements to maximise your profits. Sometimes shipping less more frequently, is better than shipping bulk less often. Quick example is cash flow vs storage costs.
  5. CUSTOMS & EXCISE. A Forwarder declares your import or export to the customs for a small fee, pays out the due funds and re-invoices you at net cost! Shipping lines and Airlines do not do this.
  6. DELIVERY. How do you want your expensive investment of goods delivered? Protected, wrapped, to FBA Spec and no doubt sitting neatly on secure pallets? Then again, you need a Freight Forwarder to ensure this happens. We may even throw in some photos before it heads off to ‘Amazon World’ too!