Amazon on Monday announced The company is bringing its air cargo business to India, bringing new growth to the company’s logistics sector despite looking to cut costs in other sectors.
Electronic retailers use two. Boeing 737-800 aircraft flown by Quikjet Cargo Airlines to transport cargo between Hyderabad, Bangalore, Delhi and Mumbai. Sarah Rhoads, vice president of Amazon Global Air, said in her statement that Amazon Air will enable the company to offer faster deliveries to its Indian customers.
Amazon Air’s launch in India comes at a time when Amazon CEO Andy Jassy is taking a broader look at the company’s costs in light of a deteriorating economic outlook and slowing retail sales. Last week, Amazon began the latest phase of the biggest layoffs in his 28-year history. This is expected to lay off 18,000 employees. Jassy has tried other ways to cut costs, including a company-wide employee hiring freeze at Amazon, halting some projects, and pausing warehouse expansion.
Despite trying to cut costs, Jussie said before The company intends to continue to pursue long-term opportunities and continue to invest in its stores, advertising and cloud computing businesses.
Debuting in 2016, Amazon Air outsources operations to multiple airlines. The service gives Amazon more control over the speed and cost of deliveries, and the company has been working to reduce deliveries in more parts of the U.S. from two days to the same day as his. I was.
Amazon Air launched in the US, then expanded to Europe. India is our third market and Amazon Air’s first business in Asia.
For years, Amazon has been working to grow its presence in India, poised to become one of the fastest growing e-commerce markets in the world.
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