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Amazon will suspend Amazon Shipping delivery service in June
E-Land Technology Driven E-commerce was informed that on April 8th, due to the surge in orders due to the epidemic, Amazon will suspend Amazon Shipping delivery services in the United States in June.
It is reported that the service is designed to compete with UPS and FedEx, regardless of whether it is a package on the Amazon website, the service can be delivered. It can be used in many cities such as Los Angeles, but it is not a non-Amazon core business. Under the epidemic, online shopping orders surged, and Amazon required a large number of people to handle the delivery business, so it had to suspend the service, thereby allocating more manpower and resources to process orders. After Amazon announced the suspension of the business, its competitors UPS and FedEx shares rose 2%.
It is understood that before this, due to the surge in online shopping orders during the epidemic period, Amazon had announced that it would suspend Prime Pantry delivery services. An Amazon spokesperson said that Amazon is working on fulfilling open orders and replenishing inventory, and will update users when it can accept new orders. However, the spokesperson declined to comment on when it could be restored. The suspension of Amazon Shipping delivery service by Amazon this time was also caused by too many orders during the epidemic period. In fact, before this, Amazon had delayed delivery time due to the surge in online shopping demand. To solve this problem, Amazon also announced that it will recruit an additional 100,000 warehousing and delivery employees in the United States.
From April 10th, E-Post will charge part of the surcharge for road transport
China Post issued a notice on April 6 stating that it will temporarily charge a part of the surcharge for road transport, and offline E-post treasure is listed.
The announcement is as follows:
Affected by the spread of the new coronavirus in all parts of the world, international flights are suspended and suspended, and transportation costs have risen sharply.
In order to adapt to changes in operating costs and ensure the sustainability of various business operations as much as possible, from 0 April 10, 2020, China Post will provide temporary services for offline E-mail treasure, offline air international parcel business and offline e-Express Additional transportation surcharges will be charged, and the end date will be determined according to changes in freight rates and will be announced separately.