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Prepping for the festive cheer: Amazon scales delivery network in India

Competing with Walmart-owned Flipkart and Reliance-owned Jiomart, the e-commerce major has added tens of thousands of delivery partners to serve the rising customer demand for the festive season

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Amazon India has also strengthened delivery with its flagship ‘I Have Space’ programme

Peerzada Abrar Bengaluru
With the festive season round the corner, Amazon India has built significant augmentation in its delivery network.

The e-commerce firm, which competes with Walmart-owned Flipkart and Reliance-owned JioMart, has ramped up its delivery infrastructure and added a number of delivery partners to serve the rising customer demand. 

The company has added close to 200 delivery stations, including those operated by ‘delivery service partners’ across the country, to further its direct reach including Northeastern towns such as Champhai, Kolasib, Lumding and Mokokchung.

“The recent expansion in delivery programmes has collectively furthered Amazon India’s goal to improve reach and provide a fast, safe and more

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First Published: Sep 28 2020 | 1:55 PM IST

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