Discussion in 'UPS Discussions' started by ChicagosPrimeMinister, Jan 3, 2016.
Looks like free advertising. Like the logos on our trucks. Like the Amazon prime tape on the boxes?
These are the trailers that Amazon purchased to move their own volume between distribution centers.
And now apparently the planes are coming.
Well that would put my route on the chopping block, I'm 50% Amazon
To have independent contractors move.
They aren't actually delivering their own stuff
That was just Prime shipping taking from one warehouse to another
Really. Hmmm. Try again,thanks for playing.
Is that the fresh goods grocery stuff?
Sure they will deliver a little bit of stuff in the big cities but I'm
So sick of hearing about Amazon....
So easy to create your own delivery system while oil is in such glut. Feel free to come back to this thread when oil goes back up to 60-80 range.
It's the same we have in the UK, Amazon Logistics as they call them are subcontractors running under the Amazon name. They're not Amazon employees but work for Amazon and hold stock for Amazon
They're called BCOs or business capacity owners. Most companies with this arrangement a guy owns a semi and leases a trailer from the company.
Be interesting to see when Amazon gets the heat for failing to meet their own promise of delivery for Christmas.
Not having one of the big players to blame will put all of the pressure on Amazon to do a lot of explaining!
And when they say "can y'all help?" Meaning UPS we say "NOPE BITCHES" you're on your own.
They will still blame us.
what do expect. UPS and Fedex cant do the job right.
They can do it,Amazon isn't worth enough profit for them
We like the return side a lot more than delivery side.
Yes. But amazon really only makes 4. To 6 billion profit. With 24 billion in sales. UPS makes 4 to 6 billion each quarter. They as of now. Can't afford a delivery company. Unless they buy out someone who is. This is my bet. If they want yo deliver
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