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By Sasha Fedorenko May 24, 2019 - 5:01 pm

Zalando sustainability focus puts a spotlight on creative approach to packaging

Zalando sustainability focus is fundamental to the marketplace's success in the next decade as they aim to become the leading platform for 'green' fashion in Europe. Sustainability in ecommerce fashion does not only apply to textiles, but also to how the goods are packaged for

How Amazon determines ‘appropriateness’ of product listings?

Amazon's annual shareholder meeting saw the discussion of the "appropriateness" of product listings on the marketplace. Amazon faced 12 resolutions from 11 Amazon shareholders. The meeting raised the subject of the accepted standard of sellers' product listings on Amazon. Citing Amazon's product listings policy Offensive and Controversial

Zalando brands raise concerns on fulfilment model, says UBS report

Zalando brands have raised concerns on the marketplace's fulfilment model which they are more reluctant to use, says a new report 'ZFS Partner Interviews. Downgrade to Sell' by UBS. The study interviewed some of Zalando's top 10 largest stock volume brands in their fulfilment service network

USPS trials autonomous trucks in Phoenix and Dallas

USPS are trialling autonomous trucks manufactured by tech startup TuSimple to deliver parcels to customers in Phoenix and Dallas ahead of the wider roll-out if proved to be successful. USPS announced their vision of the possibility of using "a future class of vehicles" which will see

Amazon 75% off storage fee discounts incentive for ‘Prime 1-day shipping’

Amazon US today announced a discounted storage fees incentive for sellers willing to use FBA and hold stock levels according to Amazon's suggested levels which will make the products available to consumers with Prime 1-day shipping. The move highlights Amazon's transition to faster delivery promise in

Are Amazon Air surpassing UPS and FedEx aerial network?

Amazon Air have been making headlines with news of strengthening their logistics capabilities. Last week Amazon announced the planned launched of new air hub in 2021 as part of their ongoing commitment to accelerated delivery. Some might even say that Amazon is developing their fulfilment network faster

UPS move to raise USPS service fees rejected

The US Supreme Court rejected to hear the case brought by UPS which aimed to rise USPS service fees, as reported by The Hill. The UPS' rejected appeal to a lower court focused to force USPS to up their prices, citing the UPSP's anti-competitive service pricing

DHL deploys AR smart glasses to accelerate warehouse operations globally

DHL have rolled-out augmented reality (AR) smart glasses as part of their digitalisation strategy, which aims to accelerate their warehouse fulfilment processes globally. In 2015, the AR-enabled smart glasses saw a successful pilot at DHL ahead of the wider introduction. Following test runs in the USA,

How to run an Amazon business in 2019

The success of an Amazon business is influenced by a combination of factors that uniquely make up a company. That is, whether a seller is trading competitive or private label products, product categories they're selling in, their revenue figures, and the ability to scale, says