To compete with delivery services like FedEx and UPS, Amazon has resumed a shipping service it had suspended during the early stages of the Covid-19 outbreak.
The business announced on Friday that Amazon Shipping, which enables sellers to ship purchases placed on Amazon or items purchased from other websites, has reopened. A firm spokeswoman stated that for businesses to be qualified for the service, they must sell on Amazon.
Amazon had been testing the initiative, but in 2020 it was suspended. When dealing with workforce shortages and a surge in online purchasing, it was highlighted here that the corporation needs to concentrate more on its own platform.
“We’re always working to develop new, innovative ways to support Amazon’s selling partners, and Amazon Shipping is another option for shipping packages to customers quickly and cost-effectively,” said Amazon spokesperson Olivia Connors. “We’ve been providing this service for a while with positive feedback so we’re now making it available to more selling partners.”
In the meantime, Amazon’s shipping speeds have increased. More than half of Prime orders in the top 60 U.S. metro regions were delivered the same day or the following, the business reported last month, claiming that this was the fastest Prime pace ever. Additionally, the business announced that it would double the number of same-day delivery locations over the next few years.
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