Amazon launching FBA in Australia

Amazon is launching its Fulfilment by Amazon (FBA) service in Australia.

The service will enable Australian companies to store products at its 24,000-square-metre warehouse in Dandenong South, south-east of Melbourne, and have their orders packed and shipped by Amazon.

For Australian customers, the launch will mean that FBA-valid orders over $49 will qualify for free shipping and Amazon’s one-day delivery option, and will also be included in services offered in the Prime subscription service (which Amazon is reportedly looking to launch in Australia in mid-2018).

 

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