Delhi: These days e-commerce companies sell their products in some new ways or provide good service, but e-commerce company Amazon has launched air delivery service in India. . Amazon is popular all over the world. Today the service of Amazon company has reached far-flung villages of India. Amazon has launched Amazon Air service to improve its delivery. Actually, the company has partnered with cargo-based airline Quikjet to speed up the delivery of goods and improve the transportation network. Recently, ‘Republic Day Sale’ was held on this platform, in which people made huge purchases. Meanwhile, to further improve its delivery network, the company has announced a partnership with Bengaluru-based cargo airline Quikjet.
Support 1.1 million sellers
Under this partnership, the company will deliver instant goods in Delhi, Mumbai, Bangalore and Hyderabad. Let me tell you, Amazon has become the first e-commerce company in the country to partner with third party carriers to deliver under the air network. Amazon already offers air cargo service in the United States and Europe. Now India has become the third country where the company has started this service. With this, the customer will get the goods quickly and the company will also be able to strengthen its network. With this move of Amazon, Flipkart and all other e-commerce websites are going to get tough competition. Amazon will now use the full cargo space of the Boeing 737-800 aircraft for air delivery. The company said that this launch will support 1.1 million sellers across the country.
New today: Amazon Air takes off in India!
— Amazon (@amazon) January 24, 2023
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The company is continuously investing in speed
On the occasion of the launch, the company also said that it is continuously investing in Speed. The company is looking to strengthen the delivery network by investing in delivery infrastructure. The company further said that with this the goods will be delivered quickly. Amazon’s air cargo plane in India has been called Prime Air. This is a separate service of the company. This launch has come at a time when Amazon has recently closed three of its businesses.