As Amazon Air Expands, FedEx And UPS May Suffer How Scammers in China Manipulate Amazon 9 months ago   10:15

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Amazon aims to compete with FedEx and UPS in the logistics and shipping industry. That's what analysts told CNBC after Amazon Air recently expanded to 50 planes and announced it will open a $1.5 billion air hub in Northern Kentucky in 2021. Amazon is handling up to 26% of its own shipping, meaning FedEx, UPS and the U.S. Postal Service are losing a portion of Amazon's business. FedEx says it's not worried, but Morgan Stanley reports the major shippers have already lost 2% revenue to Amazon Air.
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As Amazon Air Expands, FedEx And UPS May Suffer

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Which industry do you think Amazon will disrupt next?
Be.you.tifully Made
Amazon is going to put literally everybody out of business. I better try to get a job there when I graduate.
Chris P. Bacon
Fed-Ex ....exec thinks Amazon isn't a shipping threat? He's an idiot. Bye bye Fed-Ex idiot.
Stringbean
Fed-Ex guy making out that Amazon Air is no threat to them. Yeah right, maybe not in the short term but Amazon is a monster that keeps growing and expanding.
Rexy
“Ontario international in Southern California”


B r u h
K2PAK
That’s what blockbuster said about Netflix. Just saying
Zama Dlamini
Amazon needs to be stopped, they are putting local businesses out of business, people are becoming jobless, are creating a monopoly which will end up hurting consumers in the end and they DON'T PAY TAXES, they have to be stopped before they get rid of USPS!
BuffyTV
8:33 yeet
Theo Fu
Amazon is growing
Mark Svenningsen
Unfortunately nobody has noticed that Amazon is delivering Amazon packages....they will NOT make a serious profit since they are servicing their own products not outside companies.
30jersey478
It wouldn't shock me to see Amazon acquire some of the first hybrid planes in the future. They can go green, cut expenses and still get orders to customers fast. The same with semi-trucks also. If they do it, I said it first.
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It’s crazy how crazy Amazon grows! Well Twitch will die, if all Streamers move, but Amazon will go on
NASCARBOB57
Amazon's shipping stinks. Still waiting for a order from two weeks ago. This is not the first time. Never had a problem with UPS.
Ben Esser
where is the post office getting its founding from then . its getting money from the taxpayers where that is direct or indirect is the appropriate question
Notorious Nora
FedEx and UPS are terrible companies, good riddance. Evolve or die
joe vision
wrong the post office is bailed out by the federal goverment and the post office borrows money thru t bills you are a bimbp
GOODFOX004200
UPS and FedEx is old time for a new generation to take over
nicholas aasmundstad
When you realize a monopoly is wanting to get not only houses but now they’re after hotels🤣
Jayyy_ _Frann
ebay is something that saves fedex and all that stufg as well
Moe Money
Let the company grow! Amazing how a book salesperson is building this one of a kind global hedgemenont of a company! Please dont scream monopoly and divide the company I'm many parts, that is not the American dream but is American Killing.
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How Scammers in China Manipulate Amazon As Amazon Air Expands, FedEx And UPS May Suffer 9 months ago   08:54

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