Amazon quietly opens its logistics network to third-party merchants in India


Amazon is quietly starting to provide its transportation and logistics network as a service to third-party merchants, companies, and direct-to-consumer brands in India. The e-commerce company is trying to replicate a model it has been testing in the U.S. by utilising its extensive delivery network to drive revenue in the important international market.

According to the company’s website, the service, known as Amazon Shipping, has “wide reach and the finest reliability - all at the lowest logistics cost.” The business states that Amazon Shipping “will pick up your packages 7 days a week and deliver them to your consumers.” Read More…