Amazon reportedly talking to Azul about shipping in Brazil

Amazon reportedly talking to Azul about shipping in Brazil

Amazon has reportedly been talking to the Brazilian airline Azul regarding shipping goods into Brazil.

According to an article published by Reuters, Amazon wants to work with Azul so it can arrange distribution channels and deal directly with consumers, rather than rely on third-party vendors to ship their own goods.

Reuters has also reported that the online retail giant may be looking to lease a warehouse outside Sao Paolo to support a distribution initiative.

 

 

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