20,000 Mercedes ordered for Amazon’s new delivery scheme

20,000 Mercedes ordered for Amazon’s new delivery scheme

Amazon has reportedly ordered 20,000 Mercedes-Benz Sprinter vans according to Bloomberg.com.

Mercedes, which just opened a new plant in North Charleston, South Carolina, started producing Amazon-branded vans for the online retailer’s Delivery Service Partner program, which enables small businesses to lease vans for deliveries through third-party fleet management companies.

Amazon is assisting small businesses across the U.S. by providing discounted vehicles, fuel, insurance, uniforms and access to delivery technology, the Seattle-based company said in June.

For the full story see:
https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2018-09-05/amazon-orders-20-000-mercedes-vans-to-bolster-delivery-program

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