E-commerce giants war has a direct impact on the logistics business. Who is going to deliver the fastest is the key to the market share! Now FedEx are is on its their way to deliver packages seven days a week, something they currently do only during the holiday seasons.
Starting next year, FedEx’s year-round delivery will help it meet the growing demand from its online shoppers and retailers.
FedEx adds to the latest escalation in the race for faster delivery as retailers, and logistics companies compete for online dollars.
FedEx is also taking back nearly 2 million daily deliveries to homes that are currently handled by the post office.
The delivery giant expects the number of packages sent daily to double in the next six years. FedEx decision to deliver every day may also have a similar impact on the other key players.
Last month, Amazon surprised many by making one-day shipping the default for its 100 million Prime members. Walmart followed two weeks later, implementing free next-day delivery on more than 220,000 items.
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