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By Chris Dawson February 19, 2020 - 10:21 am

Amazon Press tour witnesses police raid in Austria

When is a really bad time to get a police raid on your business? Possibly when it happens in the middle of a press tour and that's pretty much what happened for Amazon Austria this week. It's hard not to feel a little sorry for

How Amazon delighted 5 year old Lucas with an Amazon Prime Truck last Christmas

At this time of year, most of the customer service calls and twitter tweets that go into Amazon are complaints - people only tend to contact Amazon when things go wrong. But last year, there was one tweet that stood out and grabbed the attention

FedEx dump Amazon ground deliveries in the US

Having already seem FedEx dump Amazon air deliveries in June this year, it's now been announced that FedEx will dump Amazon small package ground deliveries as well. FedEx will end their contract and leave Amazon to fend for themselves. This will leave FedEx delivering some

Amazon sued over Prime Truck logo by Prime Inc

Amazon have been taken to court by a 50 year old trucking company called Prime Inc. Prime Inc contend that the Amazon Prime logo on Prime Trucks is confusing and is leading Prime Inc customers to think Amazon products are being trucked around the US

Amazon new fulfilment centre to launch in East Midlands

An Amazon new fulfilment centre has been announced last week to launch in Kegworth, East Midlands. Amazon’s new investment aims to enable small to medium-sized businesses (SMBs) selling on Amazon to scale their businesses. However, the launch date of the hub is yet to

Amazon faces new antitrust probe over dominance abuse

Amazon are facing a new antitrust probe over alleged dominance abuse in ecommerce and logistics service on Amazon.com. The Italian Competition Authority (AGCM) has launched a preliminary investigation yesterday against five Amazon groups including Amazon Services Europe, Amazon Europe, Amazon EU, Amazon Italia Services and

Shipping with Amazon courier service expands in the US

Amazon are starting to expand their Shipping with Amazon service, as they start to monetise themselves, effectively becoming an Amazon Courier service offered out to people that don't sell on Amazon. It's relatively small scale at the moment with Shipping with Amazon only operating in the

Amazon forced to turn down tens of thousands of Delivery Service Partner applicants

It looks like Amazon will be forced to turn down thousands of business hopefuls who applied to become an Amazon Delivery Service Partner. This is despite increasing their order for Mercedes Benz Sprinter vans from 5,000 to 20,000. Originally when Amazon announced their Delivery Service Partner

Amazon buys 20,000 Mercedes-Benz Sprinter vans

Amazon has become the biggest worldwide customer of Mercedes-Benz Sprinter vans following a commitment to purchase 20,000 vehicles. Mercedes-Benz Vans announced it will be producing Amazon branded Sprinter vans for the new Amazon Delivery Service Partner program at a new facility in North Charleston, South Carolina.

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