Amazon Shipping relaunched
Amazon Shipping, which allows sellers to ship Amazon orders or products sold on other sites, has relaunched, the company confirmed Friday. Businesses must sell on Amazon to be eligible for the service, according to a company spokesperson.
The Seattle-based retail company already provides shipping to merchants who use its storage and delivery service, Fulfillment by Amazon. Amazon Shipping allows sellers to use the company’s delivery services without storing their products in its warehouses. It operates only for domestic shipments.
The e-commerce giant tested the program in the past. But the company paused it in 2020 to better handle orders that were being made on its own platform amid the pandemic-induced surge in online shopping.
“We’re always working to develop new, innovative ways to support Amazon’s selling partners, and Amazon Shipping is another option for shipping packages to customers quickly and cost-effectively,” Amazon spokesperson Olivia Connors said in a statement.
“We’ve been providing this service for a while with positive feedback so we’re now making it available to more selling partners,” Connors said.