Watch: Amazon looking to expand its deliveries for new quick delivery products

Retail giant Amazon is looking to make rapid deliveries for groceries and cleaning supplies direct from merchants. By delivering direct from merchants, Amazon avoids additional strain on its warehouses. Amazon is courting sellers with lower delivery costs, powerful logistics software, and warehouse inspections. The new service is threatening to cut into UPS and FedEx business, but merchants are so far on board.


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