Amazon Testing Delivery Rival For FedEx And UPS - PYMNTS.com

Amazon's long-rumored delivery service — and feared disruptor of FedEx Corp. and the United Parcel Service (UPS) — may actually be coming soon, according to Bloomberg. Reports emerged this week that Amazon is testing the service as part of its push ...

Amazon wants to conquer this industry next - New York Post

Jeff Bezos' e-commerce giant has quietly started delivering packages from third-party retailers who operate stores on its platform, according to a report. The test program, being held on the West Coast ahead of an expected national roll-out in 2018, is ...

Amazon Reportedly Testing Local Delivery from Merchant DCs - Multichannel Merchant

Once again raising the specter of cutting out more business to UPS and FedEx, Amazon is reportedly testing a program that involves making local deliveries from the warehouses of retailers selling on its marketplace, according to a report from Bloomberg.

Amazon Moves Deeper Into Delivery Biz - Baystreet.ca

Online retail giant Amazon.com (NASDAQ: AMZN) is reportedly experimenting with a new delivery service. Bloomberg reported, citing two people familiar with the matter, that Amazon's new service would be aimed at making more items available for free ...

How Amazon Is Now Threatening FedEx and UPS - 24/7 Wall St.

Amazon.com Inc. (NASDAQ: AMZN) shares saw a nice bump on Thursday on reports that it is experimenting with its own delivery service. This is not good news for the likes of FedEx Corp. (NYSE: FDX) and United Parcel Service Inc. (NYSE: UPS). It seems ...

Report: Amazon 'Seller Flex' Takes on FedEx, UPS - PCMag

Amazon doesn't always offer the cheapest price for goods; sometimes merchants selling through its platform can offer a lower price for new or used versions. The trade-off is that those products often take longer to ship, but Amazon's new delivery ...

Amazon testing its own delivery service for some products - Newsline

Oct. 5 (UPI) — Online retail giant Amazon is experimenting with completing its own product deliveries, going outside its longtime partnerships with UPS and FedEx. The system, being called Seller Flex, enables Amazon-partnered companies to house their ...

Report: Online giant testing its own delivery service - Chain Store Age

Amazon's new program could give carriers like United Parcel Service and FedEx a run for their money. The online giant is experimenting with a program that rivals services handled by longtime partners UPS and FedEx. Specifically, it is dabbling in a ...

Amazon.com, Inc. (AMZN) Looks To Reduce Reliance On FedEx & UPS - ExpressNewsline

Inc.is experimenting with a new delivery service meant to make more products available for free two-day delivery and relieve overcrowding in its warehouses, according to two people familiar with the plan, which will push the online retailer deeper into ...

Amazon Developing New Distribution System: Report - Twice

Amazon is reportedly testing a new approach to order fulfillment that will allow it to pick up and deliver items directly from the warehouses of third-party sellers. The project, dubbed Seller Flex, was developed in India and is now being trialed on ...

Cramer: The hit to UPS and FedEx on possible Amazon delivery program may have staying power - CNBC

The hit to delivery service companies' stocks on fears that Amazon will disrupt the industry might have some staying power, CNBC's Jim Cramer says. "We'll wait for a second day. See if anyone joins or downgrades these and then you got your shot ...

Report: Amazon piloting long-anticipated delivery service - Retail Dive

Amazon is piloting a delivery service aimed at boosting the number of goods eligible for its Prime free two-day delivery and to free up space in its warehouses, Bloomberg reports, citing unnamed sources. The system, dubbed "Seller Flex," involves ...

Amazon Is Testing Its Own Delivery Service to Rival FedEx and UPS - Bloomberg - Daily Mail

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Buy FedEx (FDX), UPS (UPS) Weakness on Today's 'Fake News' - Wolfe - StreetInsider.com

Get instant alerts when news breaks on your stocks. Claim your 2-week free trial to StreetInsider Premium here. Wolfe Research said news today from Bloomberg that Amazon (NASDAQ: AMAZN) is testing its own delivery service to rival FedEx (NYSE: FDX) ...

Today's Pickup: Amazon testing direct ship program - FreightWaves

Amazon is testing a service that would have packages shipped directly to end customers from third-party sellers rather than having the item shipped to Amazon's warehouse first. (Photo: Shutterstock). AddThis Sharing Buttons. Share to LinkedIn ...

Investors scramble to assess Amazon/FedEx/UPS wildcards - Seeking Alpha

FedEx (NYSE:FDX) is now down only 0.42% and UPS (NYSE:UPS) is off 0.98% as some of the early fears on news of an Amazon test of delivery peel back. Though the test is small in scale, analysts think the implications could be significant. "Given the ...

Markets Right Now: US stocks edged higher in early trading - Lynchburg News and Advance

Stocks are inching higher in early trading on Wall Street a day after the market closed at its latest record high. Constellation Brands jumped 4.4 percent shortly after the opening bell Thursday after the beer and wine maker reported earnings that beat ...

Boxing Battle: Amazon Escalates; FedEx UPS Falter - Barron's

Bloomberg reports that Amazon is testing a new delivery service that will encroach deeper into the realms ruled by UPS and FedEx. By. Johanna Bennett. Oct. 5, 2017 9:54 a.m. ET. Text Size; Regular; Medium; Large. Watch out United Parcel Service (UPS) ...

Amazon wants to make more products available for two-day delivery, so it's launching a FedEx competitor - AOL

Amazon is testing a new delivery service with the intention of making more products available for free two-day delivery, according to a Bloomberg report. The service would also help take pressure off of overcrowding issues at its warehouses. Can't get ...

Amazon is reportedly coming after UPS and FedEx with its own delivery service - Business Insider

A new program called Seller Flex would allow more items on Amazon — even those sold by third parties — to be listed with the Prime badge of two-day shipping, according to a new report by Bloomberg. Amazon itself will handle the pickup of packages ...