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Amazon Is On Its Way To Deliver Most Number Of Packages Than UPS And FedEx

There were many hard times faced by Amazon when it comes to delivering packages before they started their own delivery system. Now the reports are coming, which shows the excellent service provided by Amazon delivery services to its customers. A few months ago, FedEx shocked everyone when the company declared they would not be delivering Air and ground delivery packages of Amazon. That did not stop the tech giant company from saying its third-party sellers that they should not use Fedex for providing goods to prime members.

Under Amazon Prime, the company is trying to deliver goods very fast, and they are getting succeed at it also. Recent data released shows that Amazon managed to deliver 94% of its packages within the time limit, UPS delivered 93% of the boxes on time and Fedex, on the other hand, managed to cross barley 90% benchmark as compared to its rivals. Amazon’s delivery system is already getting ahead of its competitors, and the majority of the people are not giving it attention.

Amazon Prime members soon will be receiving a one-day delivery system under the tech giant company is trying to deliver goods within 24 hours. Even though this program is highly costly and requires a large transportation system, it seems like Amazon would get succeed in it also. Such planning is scaring its rivals because during the black Friday sales Amazon delivery system manages to deliver a massive amount of quantities within a short period. According to Morgan Stanley, Amazon gave more than 46% of its own delivery packages through its logistics system, which is double as compared to the previous year. It reveals the tech giant company is trying not to depend upon companies like Fedex, UPS for providing delivery services to its customers.

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Doris Maguire

I'm a personal finance and business regarding writer on LIVINGWITHED. I studied Social Anthropology at the London School of Economics, where I was a writer and editor for one of the university’s global affairs magazines, the London Globalist. I am particularly interested in cross-border investments, partnerships, transformations, new revenue growth, and start-ups.

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