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Amazon Is Reportedly Launching Its Own Delivery Service For Businesses

The e-commerce giant's new delivery service will launch in Los Angeles soon, according to The Wall Street Journal.

By Katherine Biek | February 9, 2018

Amazon is reportedly gearing up to launch its very own delivery service.

According to The Wall Street Journal, Amazon plans to ship products from other businesses to consumers. However, the company is reportedly going to start with shipping goods from businesses that sell products on its website.

This will really just be one more facet of the e-commerce giant's growing delivery infrastructure. It already has its own cargo planes, has found a way to deliver packages inside people's homes and is still working on its drone delivery service.

The Wall Street Journal reports Amazon wants to eventually surpass both UPS and FedEx by charging cheaper shipping prices.

Shipping with Amazon, as it's being dubbed, will reportedly launch in Los Angeles soon.