Amazon is buying 11 used Boeing 767-300 jets from Delta and WestJet, the first time it has bought rather than leased

Barcelona, January 10, 2021.- Amazon has decided to buy planes, rather than rent them, taking advantage of the economic crisis of COVID-19 for airlines. Amazon continues its career to be one more logistics operator, along with traditional brands such as Fedex and UPS, as we already reported here four years ago.

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Is this true?: More than half of transportation and logistics professionals still use a pen and paper to manage their supply chain

Barcelona, November 5, 2019.- In the era of the Blockchain, the safest Internet 3.0 ever created, we find logistic realities hard to believe. A study by Business Insider Intelligence magazine says: More than half of transportation and logistics professionals still use a pen and paper to manage their supply chain. Below we publish a summary of this research and each reader will know whether or not it happens in their logistics facilities.

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It´s done: Amazon to Launch Delivery Service That Would Vie With FedEx, UPS

Barcelona, February 12, 2018.- Do we have any doubt that Amazon will be a global logistics operator?. The Jeff Bezos ecommerce has just taken a small step, for what is already a planned logistics strategy. A few months ago we asked ourselves here:  UPS, FedEx,DHL have a new competitor: Amazon?. Today, the information that has just been published by the major American media (cnet.com) is the following:

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Amazon poseed to take on UPS, FedEx in delivery business

UPS, FedEx,DHL have a new competitor: Amazon?

Barcelona, January 14, 2016.- Amazon intends to buy the remaining 75% of French delivery company Colis Privé. Amazon started as an online bookstore and today can become a logistics operator that competes with UPS, FedEx or DHL. Global technology giants are interested in logistics. What changes will these new logistics competitors ?. The end customer is the main beneficiary with a time of ever shorter delivery ?. What will the reaction of traditional logistics operators ?. Regarding this news release then a magnificent story published by The Seattle Times on 11 January:

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