Test protocols created by ISTA members to meet their particular purposes and applications. The tests may be completely original, or may be modifications or variations of ISTA Procedures or Projects or other published and accepted tests. ISTA reviews and approves these tests, but primary responsibility rests with the originating members. AMAZON TESTING FAQ: Click here for answers to the most commonly asked questions regarding Amazon Testing.
Project 6-AMAZON.COM-SIOC, Ships in Own Container (SIOC) for Amazon.com Distribution System Shipment Project 6-AMAZON.COM is a general simulation test for “Ships In Own Container” (SIOC) packaged-products shipped through Amazon’s distribution system to final customer destinations. This testing protocol has been developed by combining data from previous studies of transportation environments, relevant testing protocols, Amazon Fulfillment Center environment visual observations, and customer feedback. This test is for packaged-products shipped by Vendors to Amazon.com Fulfillment Centers and delivered to final customer destinations via Parcel or Less-Than-Truckload (LTL) outbound shipment methods. It challenges the capability of both package and product to withstand transport hazards normally encountered during handling and transportation. Amazon.com Vendors with items intended to utilize Ships In Own Container (SIOC) are encouraged to use this test to understand the protective performance of their packaging. ISTA Members – Login to the MEMBER CENTER and choose the Resources Fold er and then File Archive to download the full procedures.
Non-Members – You may purchase the full procedure by visiting our STORE. Project 6-AMAZON.COM-Over Boxing, e-Commerce Fulfillment for Parcel Delivery Shipment Test Project 6-Amazon.com-Over Boxing is a general simulation test for e-Commerce fulfillment. In comparison to items ready to ship in its own packaging (Test Project 6-Amazon.com- SIOC), this kind of e-Commerce fulfillment comprises an individual retail packaged-product weighing 70 pounds (32 kilograms) or less being placed into a master shipping container (Over Box) either by itself with the addition of dunnage(air pillows, etc.) or with multiple individual retail packaged-products with dunnage for shipment from Amazon.com to an end consumer through a parcel delivery system. This test challenges the packaging and/or products, whether primary package or transport package, ability to withstand the general damage-producing motions, forces, conditions, and sequences of this environment. ISTA Members – Login to the MEMBER CENTER and choose the Resources Fold er and then File Archive to download the full procedures. Non-Members – You may purchase the full procedure by visiting our STORE. Project 6-SAMSCLUB, Packaged-Products for Sam’s Club® Distribution System Shipment ISTA® 6-SAMSCLUB was developed by ISTA in cooperation with Sam’s Club, and is designed as a General Simulation protocol. 6-SAMSCLUB is a general simulation test for packaged-products shipped through the Sam’s Club® distribution system to final destinations in the U.S. It was developed from an extensive survey, observation, and field measurement program of the actual Sam’s Club system. The program involved personal visits to various Distribution Centers, overseas suppliers and ports, and U.S. Ocean containers, trucks, and fork lifts were instrumented for acceleration and other data. Industry experts translated this information, observation, and data into the 6-SAMSCLUB Project laboratory tests. ISTA Members – Login to the MEMBER CENTER and choose the Resources Fold er and then File Archive to download the full procedures. Non-Members – You may purchase the full procedure by visiting our STORE. 6-FEDEX-A: FedEx Procedures for Testing Packaged Products Weighing Up to 150 lbs. 6-FEDEX-B: FedEx Procedures for Testing Packaged Products Weighing Over 150 lbs. These tests are used in the development of transport packages. They can be used to compare relative performance of two or more container designs, but are not intended to evaluate the protection afforded packaged-products. Project 7A: Open Reusable Transport Containers for Loads of 60 lb (27 kg) or Less and Unitized for Shipment on a Pallet This procedure has been discontinued from this series. Procedure 7B: Closed Reusable Transport Containers for Loads of 150 lb (68 kg) or Less This procedure has been discontinued from this series. Procedure 7C: Reusable Intermediate Bulk Containers This procedure has been discontinued from this series. Procedure 7D: Temperature Test for Transport Packaging Basic Requirements: atmospheric conditioning, vibration and shock testing.
ISTA Members – Login to the MEMBER CENTER and choose the Resources Fold er and then File Archive to download the full procedures. Non-Members – You may purchase the full procedure by visiting our STORE. Standard 7E: Testing Standard for Thermal Transport Packaging Used in Parcel Delivery System Shipment OVERVIEW and EQUIPMENT REQUIRED. ISTA Members – You may purchase the full procedure at the ISTA member discounted rate by visiting our STORE. Non-Members – You may purchase the full procedure by visiting our STORE.
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