On September 15, Amazon announced today that it would launch Amazon flex distribution service in Brisbane, Australia, allowing users with personal vehicles to register and deliver in the region.
Amazon flex service will greatly improve Amazon’s distribution capacity in Queensland, which is already operating in Sydney and Melbourne with more than 1000 distribution partners. Amazon flex drivers can use the app to select one of the 4-hour delivery periods according to their own schedule. In the meantime, they will collect the package from a nearby distribution station and deliver it to the recipient.
The Commission is calculated based on the estimated delivery time (the minimum value in each region) and is transferred weekly through direct deposit.
Craig Fuller, Amazon’s Australian operations director, said: “we are happy to be able to offer people in Brisbane hundreds of flexible money opportunities when they need them more than ever before. Extending our Amazon flex network to Brisbane gives us the ability to cope with the peak demand of our customers, while providing our Brisbane customers with more ways to deliver goods directly to their homes. In this period, our role in supporting communities is very important, and we are committed to providing people with the goods they need when they need them. “.
Amazon said Amazon flex will bring a faster logistics experience to Brisbane customers.