Amazon Using Logistics for FBA Orders, Pushing Ahead on Drones

| Mike O'Brien

An Amazon executive said the company at this point is just using its recent investments in logistics and transportation to handle internal capacity, including servicing sellers using its Fulfilled by Amazon (FBA) program where it handles third-party orders. See what else he said about the company’s logistics focus, as well as the status of its drone delivery program.

New FedEx Fulfillment Service Targets SMB Market

| Mike O'Brien

FedEx Supply Chain, rebranded from the company’s 2016 acquisition of Genco, is rolling out FedEx Fulfillment, a solution that provides a full suite of warehouse, inventory management and delivery services for small- to medium-sized businesses that is directly competitive with Fulfillment by Amazon (FBA).

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Third-Party Sellers on Amazon Saw 2016 Boom

| Mike O'Brien

Amazon shipped over 2 billion items worldwide in 2016 for third-party sellers on its marketplace using its fulfillment services – more than double the figure from 2015. See what other milestones the company achieved in 2016 and during the holiday season.

Choosing Marketplaces as Your Cross-Border Shipping Choice

| Tim Parry

Choosing the right shipping option for your cross-border ecommerce business can be tough, but there is one solution that could help American retailers – marketplaces. See why this is a good option and how to pick the one that is best for your business.

How Online Sellers Can Make the Most of Amazon

| Jennifer Artabane

It’s clear that the opportunity is there for third-party retailers, but there is a difference between listing your products on Amazon and being successful on Amazon. Oftentimes the difference for retailers lies in their ability to meet Amazon’s customer service expectations and increase their product visibility.