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Amazon relaunches shipping service that competes with FedEx and UPS


Amazon has restarted a shipping service it paused in 2020, and that competes with carriers like FedEx and UPS.


Amazon Shipping, which allows sellers to ship Amazon orders or products sold on other sites, has relaunched, the company confirmed last week. Brands must sell on Amazon to be eligible for the service, according to a spokesperson.


Meanwhile, Amazon’s shipping speeds have also accelerated. During Q2 2023, more than half of Prime orders across the top 60 US metro areas arrived the same day or the next, with the eComm giant calling this their 'fastest Prime speed ever'. The company also publicized its plans to double the number of same-day delivery sites in the coming years.


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