When it comes to e-commerce, Westerners are very familiar with Amazon.com. Alibaba, the Chinese e-commerce giant, is largely unknown. Amazon’s revenues of $74.4 billion dwarf Alibaba’s $8.4 billion. But Alibaba has a different business model. Unlike Amazon they do not take ownership of inventory, stock it in their distribution centers, and [...]
The Chinese e-commerce behemoth Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. released fresh insights on its logistics capabilities ahead of what's expected to be one of the largest tech IPOs in history. In an updated security filing on Monday, Alibaba included additional details, including new insights on its approach to logistics, that were [...]
Less than a year after launching its Shopping Express service in Silicon Valley and San Francisco--delivering retail products straight to homes on the same day they're ordered online--Google is muscling even farther into Amazon's territory,...
The battle for fast, local delivery of items ordered over the Internet is heating up. Amazon.com, Inc., Google, Inc., eBay Inc. and the ride-sharing service Uber have all recently launched services that are intended to bypass traditional couriers, and lock in fickle customers. Amazon has introduced Prime Pantry, a bulk grocery delivery [...]
Amazon is testing its own delivery network for "the last mile," the final leg of a package's journey to consumers' doorsteps. The new delivery efforts will get Amazon closer to a holy grail of e-commerce: same-day shipping.
What do both Google and eBay do wrong that a 90-year-old industrial supply distributor does right? I’m talking about same-day delivery. And I’m also talking about Grainger, the longstanding industrial supply distributor whose doorstep delivery footprints are being followed, even now, by another of the most innovative companies in the world — Amazon. Same-day delivery …
Over the past two years, investors and entrepreneurs have demonstrated a renewed interest in logistics, both in the west and in Asia. Amazon has hedged its bets on drones as the future of package delivery, investing over US$14 billion in the technology since 2010. Startups like Postmates and...
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