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Amazon Want To Help You Start A Delivery Service

If you two start a small business in the delivery industry Amazon is offering you a great opportunity.

You can become an Amazon Delivery Service Partner that is engaged in the delivery of goods from Amazon to their customers.

It operates like a franchise business model, in which Amazon handles the branding and marketing but leave the day-to-day operations to you.  You will operate as an independent contractor.

Acccording to Amazon business owners with 20 to 40 vans could make between $75,000 and $300,000 in annual profits.

This is what you can expect:


-As an owner, you will operate with 20-40 vans and have 40-100 employees.


-You’ll be fully responsible for hiring and developing a team of drivers.


-Your small business willl operate 7days/week, 365 days/year.


-You may also be allowed to deliver products from Amazon competitors.

This is what Amazon will do for you:

-Assist with up to $10,000 in start-up costs.


-If you’re a military Veteran Amazon has set aside up to $1 million to help you interested in starting your own delivery businesses.


-Provide discounts on vehicles, uniforms, fuel and insurance coverage, handheld devices, etc.


-take care of getting you set up and ready to operate out of an Amazon delivery station in your city.


-Provide training:  Provide three weeks of hands-on training to ensure you’re set up for success, starting with a one-week introduction to Amazon in Seattle, followed by two weeks in the field working alongside the community of existing owners and drivers to learn the tips and tricks of operating a successful delivery business from those who know it best.


-Give you a comprehensive toolkit:  Give you all the tools and technology you’ll need to run your business, including daily processes designed to keep your operation running smoothly.


-Offer on-demand support:  Owners receive ongoing support from Amazon, which includes a comprehensive operations manual, driver assistance for on-road issues, and a dedicated account manager.


-Shared experience:  Amazon shares more than 20 years of technological and logistics experience to guide you in one of the fastest-growing industries in the world.

You can start the process by visiting the Amazon Delivery Service Partner page.


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