Amazon is always changing and adding new features for its users.
The new service available is shipping with Amazon, now live for online merchants to use with launch partner Linnworks in the UK.
Shipping with Amazon is the ability to use Amazon Logistics as you would any other regular courier to deliver your parcels (regardless of whether the sale took place on Amazon or not) and deliver next day to the consumer.
Amazon already have plenty of experience delivering parcels and even as a private delivery company is one of the top couriers in the UK alongside giants such as Royal Mail, Hermes and Yodel.
They have built out Amazon Logistics to deliver products held in their warehouses, either sold by Amazon Retail or through FBA when sold by third party merchants.
In recent years, Amazon also added Seller Fulfilled Prime where a retailer could keep the stock in their own warehouse and Amazon Logistics would pick it up to deliver, so collections from merchants are nothing new for Amazon.
By taking on deliveries for products they haven’t sold, Amazon will be able to massively scale up Amazon Logistics. They already have thousands of contracted third party couriers across the country and the steady influx of parcels with goods not sold on Amazon will increase this massively, lowering their overall costs.
Shipping with Amazon is a courier that collects seven days a week and in general offers a service with more delivery options available for its users. It also offers a tracking with maps for the final mile showing how many deliveries there are to make and an expected wait time before your parcel arrives.
Shipping with Amazon is a service you may want to check out to see what type of offers or packages they have.
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