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Selling on the Tundra marketplace

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Selling on the Tundra marketplace

Getting started on Tundra

Tundra is a US based B2B marketplace that connects sellers to independent retailers. Tundra have over 10,000 verified buyers and this number is increasing all the time.

Tundra verify buyers to prevent reselling on other marketplaces and monitor this closely. To become a sellers, you apply to Tundra and once approved you can create your own storefront within the marketplace.

Tundra covers shipping costs and can also organise the logistics. You'll receive pre-prepared shipping labels to use prior to the package being collected by the carrier for delivery.

Orders are fulfilled on a FCA basis and although Tundra can organise the shipping logistics, you will be responsible for ensuring the goods are correctly packaged and cleared for export including any documentation or license requirements. Tundra do not charge any commissions or listing fees to sell on the marketplace. They do offer paid promotional services if you opt to use them.







You can sell on the Tundra marketplace if you business is in one or more of the following sectors:

  • Textiles
  • Apparel
  • Fashion
  • Home-wares
  • Soft Furnishings
  • Beauty
  • Food and drink

Subscription and fees

No fees or subscriptions are charged but paid for promotion options are available

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