No one can deny the convenience of online shopping -you search products online, click ‘purchase’ and in a matter of days your products are delivered directly to your doorstep. But, what happens when you’re not available to receive your package? With most delivery hours taking place during working hours, packages are often left exposed for anyone to take, thrown on lawns or held until your able to sign for the package. This causes a major frustration for customers.
In an effort to fix this issue, Amazon has been working on a solution to make receiving packages easier and more convenient for it’s customers. In fact, they have already started Sunday deliveries and are not using their new “trunk delivery” program.
In this article, “Amazon Wants the Keys to Your Car: The Retail Giant Plans to Deliver Packages in Customers’ Trunks”, Ramon Ray shares the details of Amazon’s new delivery service. Working exclusively with Audi, Amazon Prime customers are able to have products shipped directly into the trunk of their car.
Find out more about Amazon’s “trunk delivery” program by reading Ramon’s article on Endicia.
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