Amazon encourages sellers to use Amazon Pay ! to reduce fraudulent orders and refunds!
Amazon US issued an announcement to encourage sellers to use Amazon Pay to help sellers reduce fraudulent orders and reduce chargebacks. The following is the content of the announcement:
Using Amazon Pay can help sellers reduce fraudulent orders and reduce chargebacks. Amazon Pay payment business currently covers the United States, the United Kingdom, Germany, France, Italy, Spain, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Sweden, Portugal, Hungary, Denmark, Japan, India and other countries.
By using Amazon's mobile payment platform, sellers can gain and increase buyers' trust. Amazon Pay offers sellers cost-effective, advanced security while helping grow your sales business by easily attracting new buyers.
To learn how to protect your business with Amazon Pay , watch Amazon PayTalks .
Maersk will launch the "Maersk Coastal Connect" New Zealand coastal dedicated service!
Maersk is launching a new New Zealand Coastal dedicated service, 'Maersk Coastal Connect', to enable a more resilient New Zealand supply chain service and improve vessel scheduling reliability. This is the first service of its kind in Maersk's 25 years of operation in the country and will help strengthen New Zealand domestic connections and provide importers, exporters and domestic distributors with a sustainable and flexible supply chain solution.
Maersk deploys two weekly 2,500TEU container ships, Maersk Nadi and Maersk Nansha , which will call at New Zealand's five main ports – Timaru, Littleton, Nelson, Auckland and Tauranga, respectively. The combined north-to-south and south-to-north capacity will reach 250,000 TEUs per year. Maersk Coastal Connect will set sail for the first time on 12 July 2022 . The service will operate with New Zealand crew to support local business and will continue to invest in New Zealand.
Henrik Jensen , Managing Director of Maersk Oceania, said: " By operating two purpose-built vessels, we can transport empty containers to their destinations more efficiently. At the same time we have enabled an additional timetable buffer of more than 4 days to reduce supply chain disruptions and port congestion. , inflation and lower port productivity. This will ensure a smooth connection to our network of international trunk routes, benefiting from the more than 2,000 shippers in New Zealand. ”
Additional investment in New Zealand coastal services and the recent announcement of a cold chain facility in Hamilton will create significant value for customers in the New Zealand market. Maersk's expanded local product portfolio in coastal shipping, warehousing, cold chain solutions, onshore delivery and value-added services will connect New Zealand in new ways, enhancing the country's overall product offering, further connecting and simplifying customer supply chains, and providing Integrated and flexible solutions.