Amazon plans to close three UK warehouses, 1,200 employees will be affected!
According to foreign media reports, Amazon recently announced that it will close three UK warehouses, namely Hemel Hempstead (Hemel Hempstead), Doncaster (Doncaster) and Gourock (Gourock). 1,200 employees will be affected. To ensure that the warehouse network meets Amazon's business needs and improve the experience of employees and customers.
Winter storms continue to hit California, USA! eBay offers protections for sellers again!
Items already shipped may experience shipping delays or difficulty getting to the carrier as severe weather continues to hit California and the West Coast in recent days. The eBay US station announced that the extreme weather brought by the winter storm is still raging in California and the west coast of the United States. Considering that the goods sent by the seller may be delayed, eBay will automatically protect the seller's service index rating.
The annual delivery volume in the next five years is 500 million! Amazon developing Prime Air, a drone delivery service!
According to foreign media reports, Amazon and its drones have been launched to develop its Prime Air program in the United States. The drone can deliver packages up to 1.5kg in less than an hour. Amazon hopes to use drones to deliver 500 million packages a year by the end of the next decade, even in densely populated areas like Arizona or Seattle.
Amazon launches three heavyweight combination tools to protect the health of seller accounts
Recently, Amazon announced the launch of tools and products including Account Health Rating (AHR), Contact Me Now (Call Me Now) and Account Health Assurance (AHA), which can provide sellers with clear account health Indicators, carry out daily monitoring and discover risks in time, provide daily communication channels and assist sellers to actively solve problems.
A third of UK parcels are delayed at Christmas! 26% increase in returns!
Of the nearly 3 million parcels returned to UK retailers in 2022, more than 350,000 were sent back between Black Friday and Christmas, and more than 50,000 between Christmas and New Year's Day, according to parcelLab. was sent back. 25% of the UK's top retailers now charge for order returns, a 14% increase on last year.
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